If you have a condition that needs a treatment but it is not a life-threatening emergency, then you can experience delays in treatment. Private insurance gets you sorted quicker and frees capacity for other people.
Should I get the Covid vaccine? Will it cause trouble. I felt rubbish after the first jab, should I have the second dose? I get asked this all the time. From a numbers perspective it’s clear – Covid can be a nasty disease and the risk of being severely ill with it is much higherContinue reading “Covid Vaccine side effects”
One of the founding values that I have built my practice on, is that I believe in treating patients as a whole, rather than a result on a piece of paper like an ECG or a scan. The sort of problems that I deal with – chest pain, palpitations and shortness of breath, can be caused by a variety of issues, not only with your heartContinue reading “5 Reasons Why You Should Keep In Touch – The Importance Of Follow Up”
Statins? Diet? Or do I just put my head in the sand?
DVLA rules for heart conditions for ordinary car drivers. Ablations, pacemakers, defibrillators, heart attacks and fainting aka transient loss of consciousness TLOC aka syncope
Healthcare has been transformed by Covid-19, but what does that mean for cardiac patients?
There’s lots of information out there, and lots more uncertainty. The good news is that most people experience mild symptoms if any and recover. But the elderly and people with pre-existing medical conditions, particularly heart conditions, are at higher risk of adverse outcomes. The American College of Cardiology has just released a bulletin on theContinue reading “Coronavirus & the heart”
ACC & EHRA
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