Peninsula Heart Centre NEWS

How to have a low-carb snack

This article from about.com (http://lowcarbdiets.about.com/od/whattoeat/a/snacks.htm) is very helpful for people who want to snack but don't want the high-carb content of most snacks... Enjoy... It’s important to have access to nutritious low-carb snack food so that...

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What’s New at the American College of Cardiology 2011?

The American College of Cardiology Annual Scientific Sessions was held recently in New Orleans. Interesting reports of clinical trials and other studies are outline below for your benefit: PARTNER study compared transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) with...

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There’s a bug in my eye!

Here's an article on microrobots swimming inside the eye…. from New Scientist TV... http://www.newscientist.com/blogs/nstv/2011/03/tiny-robot-roams-through-eye.html 18:24 10 March 2011 If you're squeamish, the thought of having a tiny robot in your eye might not...

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Check your sugar levels – with your tears…

This article is exciting for diabetics, they may not need to have a pin prick on their finger every time they want to check what their blood sugar level is... http://asunews.asu.edu/20110315_asumayodiabetesdevice ASU, Mayo Clinic team work to help diabetes patients...

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The doctor will see you now…. from his webcam

Very soon, remote medical consultations via webcam and PC technology will be commonplace. The improvement in  technology - PC, webcam, high-speed broadband, software, privacy, electronic billing, all converge to enable patients and doctors to meet on the digital...

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The ideal diet for us

Here's the lowdown on the ideal diet - read further if you want to know.. From the heart.org (http://www.theheart.org/article/1194951.do) Mediterranean diet and metabolic syndrome MARCH 7, 2011 | Michael O'Riordan Athens, Greece - A diet high in monounsaturated fatty...

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First bioabsorbable drug-eluting stent approved

The first of a new generation of stents have been approved by European health authorities in early January 2011. This stent is fully bioabsorbable, leaving no trace, and allowing the coronary artery to resume its flexibility and natural movements with each heartbeat....

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The Best of Medgadget 2010

The Best of Medgadget 2010 This article summarises the best technological advances as determined by the Medgadget team for the year 2010. Some of the technology applies particularly to cardiology, and has been posted on my blog as well....

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Aspirin reduces cancer deaths

This interesting article from the Lancet shows that aspirin has additional benefits to its antiplatelet effects. From the New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/07/us/07aspirin.html?_r=1&partner=rss&emc=rss December 6, 2010 Aspirin Helps in Reducing...

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Mechanical treatment of hypertension nears

Interventional treatment of resistant hypertension by the use of renal artery denervation is nearer with the publication of the latest clinical trial: Simplicity HTN-2 at the recent American Heart Association meeting in Chicago. In this trial, renal artery denervation...

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03 9789 0088

Dr Greg Szto - 0438 231 165
Dr Vivek Gupta - 0431 025 021

FRANKSTON

Suite11, Peninsula Private Hospital
525 McClelland Drive

MORNINGTON

Consulting Suites, Beleura Private Hospital
925 Nepean Highway

ROSEBUD

Suite 8, Peninsula Medical Suites
1533 Pt Nepean Road

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