Most Recent Articles by George Marzouka, MD
For patients with cardiovascular disease, natural disasters can pose serious health dangers.
A case study is of worsening dyspnea in a patient with COPD is presented.
A middle-aged woman recently diagnosed with diastolic left heart failure now has increasing fatigue and worsening lower extremity edema.
A young man presents to his primary care provider with exertional dyspnea after his first cycle of chemotherapy for brain metastasis.
A patient presents with new-onset joint pain and is discovered to have a cardiac condition.
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The Cardiology Advisor Articles
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- ACC/AHA Release 2017 Quality Measures for STEMI/NSTEMI Management
- Role of Coffee Consumption in Heart Failure, Stroke Outcomes
- Atrial Fibrillation Survival Better With Cardiac Surgery, Cox-Maze IV
- Borderline Pulmonary Hypertension Commonly Found During Right Heart Catheterization
- Heart Failure Related to Methamphetamine Use: Possible New Epidemic?
- Cardiac Surgery: Restrictive vs Liberal Threshold for Red-Cell Transfusion
- High-Sensitivity Cardiac Troponin I Threshold Identifies Patients at Low Risk for MI, Death
- Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program Decreases Heart Failure Readmissions
- Canakinumab May Lower Lung Cancer Incidence in Patients With Atherosclerosis