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  1. Cholesterol (Healthopedia.com)
      Provides detailed information, listed by condition. 8-04

  2. Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) (Cnn News)
      "Congestive heart failure occurs when the heart can no longer keep pace with circulation needs. The blood backs up in veins and other parts of the body such as the liver, lungs and lower extremities. The condition also affects the kidneys' filtering ability. Patients commonly see swelling in their legs and ankles. They can also have trouble exerting themselves, easily experiencing shortness of breath and fatigue, according to the American Heart Association." 03-11

  3. Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) (Healthopedia.com)
      Provides detailed information, listed by condition. 8-04

  4. Coronary Artery Disease (Healthopedia.com)
      Provides detailed information, listed by condition. 8-04

  5. Heart - Angina (National Library of Medicine - Medline Plus)
      Provides information on diagnosis and treatment. 11-99

  6. Heart - Interpreting Systolic and Dystolic Numbers (New-Fitness.com)
      Provides a simple and clear interpretation of information on blood pressure. 12-01

  7. Heart Attack (Healthopedia.com)
      Provides detailed information, listed by condition. 8-04

  8. Heart Conditions - Ventricular Fibrillations (Medtronic)
      Provides an explanation and an animation to describe this serious condition of arrythmia.

  9. Heart Disease (WebMD)
      Provides articles for the consumer, including types of heart disease, diagnosis, prevention, treatments, and more.

  10. Pulmonary Hypertension (AmericanHeart.org)
      "High blood pressure in the arteries that supply the lungs is called pulmonary hypertension (PHT)." 6-05

  11. Remote Vital Signs Monitoring (MSN-CNET.com)
      New medical devices will be able to monitor vital signs through a wireless patch that is worn, giving better information to doctors and possibly costing less than an office visit.

      " 'It's almost impossible to characterize someone's blood pressure in a medical office,' Banet said. 'But that creates problems. What if you overmedicate, or what happens if their blood pressure is low (during the test), and you miss something?' " 9-05

   
   


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