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At Nazareth Hospital, heart doctors and cancer specialists work together to try to prevent a condition called cardiotoxicity.
Mercy is collaborating with Penn Medicine to help people whose heart failure hasn’t responded to standard therapy get more specialized care.
Managing your care involves sleuthing for salt. It’s found in a lot of foods and can make your condition worse by causing fluid buildup and forcing your heart to work harder.
Mercy hospitals earn top honors for heart failure and stroke care.
If you have a problem with one of your heart’s valves, the experts at the Mercy Cardiac Valve Center can help.
High blood pressure usually has no symptoms. So it’s important to get regular blood pressure checks from your primary care doctor.
You may have heard about a big change in how high blood pressure is diagnosed, and it could affect you or someone you love.
From PINs to passwords, we need to keep track of a lot of important information. And another bit of info that’s just as vital to know: blood pressure numbers.
At Mercy Cardiology at Nazareth Hospital, you can now call and be seen by a cardiologist the next business day—sometimes even the same day you call.
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