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Coronary artery disease

Indicates that the number one killer of both men and women in America today is coronary artery disease, also known as heart disease. Explores the risk factors and symptoms associated with CAD, emphasizing that it can lead to a heart attack or cardiac death without warning. Promotes a positive approach by portraying these traumas as life-changing occurrences for patients who do survive a cardiac event and commits to improving their health. Features case studies and personal commentary from patients, along with explanations of advanced medical procedures developed to treat CAD.

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  • "Explores the risk factors and symptoms associated with coronary artery disease, emphasizing that it can lead to a heart attack or cardiac death without warning. Includes case studies and personal commentary from patients and explanations of advanced medical procedures developed to treat coronary artery disease."
  • "The number one killer of both men and women in America today is coronary artery disease, also known as heart disease. This program explores the risk factors and symptoms associated with CAD, emphasizing that it can lead to a heart attack or cardiac death without warning."
  • "Indicates that the number one killer of both men and women in America today is coronary artery disease, also known as heart disease. Explores the risk factors and symptoms associated with CAD, emphasizing that it can lead to a heart attack or cardiac death without warning. Promotes a positive approach by portraying these traumas as life-changing occurrences for patients who do survive a cardiac event and commits to improving their health. Features case studies and personal commentary from patients, along with explanations of advanced medical procedures developed to treat CAD."@en
  • "The number one killer of both men and women in America today is coronary artery disease, also known as heart disease. This program explores the risk factors and symptoms associated with CAD, emphasizing that it can lead to a heart attack or cardiac death without warning. Promoting a positive approach, the video portrays these traumas as life-changing occurrences for patients who do survive a cardiac event and commit to improving their health. Case studies and personal commentary from patients, along with explanations of advanced medical procedures developed to treat CAD, are also included. (28 minutes)."@en
  • ""The number one killer of both men and women in America today is coronary artery disease, also known as heart disease. This program explores the risk factors and symptoms associated with CAD, emphasizing that it can lead to a heart attack or cardiac death without warning. Promoting a positive approach, the video portrays these traumas as life-changing occurrences for patients who do survive a cardiac event and commit to improving their health. Case studies and personal commentary from patients, along with explanations of advanced medical procedures developed to treat CAD, are also included."--www.films.com"
  • "The number one killer of both men and women in America today is coronary artery disease, also known as heart disease. This program explores the risk factors and symptoms associated with CAD, emphasizing that it can lead to a heart attack or cardiac death without warning. Promoting a positive approach, the video portrays these traumas as life-changing occurrences for patients who do survive a cardiac event and commit to improving their health. Case studies and personal commentary from patients, along with explanations of advanced medical procedures developed to treat CAD, are also included."@en
  • "The number one killer of both men and women in America today is coronary artery disease, also known as heart disease. This program explores the risk factors and symptoms associated with CAD, emphasizing that it can lead to a heart attack or cardiac death without warning. Promoting a positive approach, the video portrays these traumas as life-changing occurrences for patients who do survive a cardiac event and commit to improving their health. Case studies and personal commentary from patients, along with explanations of advanced medical procedures developed to treat CAD, are also included."
  • "In the words of one noted physician, blockages in the main blood vessels of the heart create a problem that is "relatively simple and very complex." This program reflects that dual perspective, aiming to simplify the discussion while embracing the complexity of coronary artery disease. Viewers learn about the ailment's causes, development, dangers, and treatment through helpful case studies and expert interviews. Dynamic 3D graphics show how plaque builds up in arteries, how this eventually obstructs blood flow, and how angioplasty, or the insertion of a tiny balloon and stents, can relieve the constriction. Patients who are coping with coronary artery disease share the challenges they face in their everyday lives, while astute commentary is provided by Dr. George A. Beller of the University of Virginia, Dr. Emmanouil Brilakis of the University of Texas, and other respected medical professionals. Contains surgical scenes of a graphic nature."@en
  • "In the words of one noted physician, blockages in the main blood vessels of the heart create a problem that is "relatively simple and very complex." This program reflects that dual perspective, aiming to simplify the discussion while embracing the complexity of coronary artery disease. Viewers learn about the ailment's causes, development, dangers, and treatment through helpful case studies and expert interviews. Dynamic 3D graphics show how plaque builds up in arteries, how this eventually obstructs blood flow, and how angioplasty, or the insertion of a tiny balloon and stents, can relieve the constriction. Patients who are coping with coronary artery disease share the challenges they face in their everyday lives, while astute commentary is provided by Dr. George A. Beller of the University of Virginia, Dr. Emmanouil Brilakis of the University of Texas, and other respected medical professionals. Contains surgical scenes of a graphic nature."
  • "Inside the chest cavity are the left coronary artery and right coronary artery, which supply blood to the heart muscle. Damage to or blockages of either artery reduce blood flow in the affected artery, resulting in decreased oxygen delivery to the heart muscle. This condition, called ischemia, can cause pain. If a coronary artery's inner wall becomes damaged, plaque consisting of lipids (fats) and clotted blood can build up, causing progressive narrowing of the path through which blood can flow. Blood may find that the vessel it must pass through is too narrow. If the artery becomes completely constricted (blocked), causing anoxia (lack of oxygen) to the part of the heart muscle that the artery supplies, myocardial infarction (a heart attack) may occur. This event may cause some heart muscle cells to die."
  • "Inside the chest cavity are the left coronary artery and right coronary artery, which supply blood to the heart muscle. Damage to or blockages of either artery reduce blood flow in the affected artery, resulting in decreased oxygen delivery to the heart muscle. This condition, called ischemia, can cause pain. If a coronary artery's inner wall becomes damaged, plaque consisting of lipids (fats) and clotted blood can build up, causing progressive narrowing of the path through which blood can flow. Blood may find that the vessel it must pass through is too narrow. If the artery becomes completely constricted (blocked), causing anoxia (lack of oxygen) to the part of the heart muscle that the artery supplies, myocardial infarction (a heart attack) may occur. This event may cause some heart muscle cells to die."@en

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  • "Educational television programs."@en
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  • "Coronary artery disease"@en
  • "Coronary artery disease"
  • "Coronary Artery Disease"
  • "Coronary Artery Disease"@en
  • "Coronary artery disease /"