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Recent advances in cardiology — how science and technology make our lives better

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Recent advances in cardiology — how science and technology make our lives better

Discover the latest and greatest in heart care. Advances in technology over the last decade have made open-heart surgery almost a thing of the past. You’ll learn how new technology saves hearts without opening chests, prevents stroke without blood thinners and how your smartphone can save your life.

Kent Dauterman, MD

Dr. Kent Dauterman
Cardiologist
Southern Oregon Cardiology

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Practice - Heart Month WebinarFebruary 1, 202310:00 am30 minutes
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The Tell-Tale Heart If you’re experiencing shortness of breath, a racing heartbeat, chest pain or swelling in your extremities, your heart might be telling you something. Learn the signs of heart disease, the latest treatments, prevention tips and how to live with heart failure–it’s not a death sentence anymore. There’ll be time for questions, too.

Featuring cardiologists Timo Dygert, MD, and Nathan Funk, MD, Southern Oregon Cardiology
February 14, 202311:00 am1 hour
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