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Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Learn about heart failure, treatment options and how to better manage your health and live with heart failure.

  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/heart-failure/heart-and-how-it-works/ The Heart and How It Works - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - The heart is responsible for circulating blood throughout the body. The electrical system of the heart coordinate the pumping of the heart.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/heart-failure/what-heart-failure/ What Is Heart Failure? - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Heart failure is a very common condition that affects thousands of people. Most people live with the condition for the rest of their lives.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/heart-failure/causes-heart-failure/ What Causes Heart Failure? - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - There are many different causes of heart failure. The most common cause of heart failure in Canada is due to coronary artery disease.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/heart-failure/symptoms-heart-failure/ What Are the Symptoms of Heart Failure? - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - The main symptoms of heart failure are fatigue, shortness of breath and swelling in the lower legs and ankles. The symptoms may come and go over time.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/heart-failure/heart-failure-diagnosed/ How Is Heart Failure Diagnosed? - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - When your healthcare provider suspects that you may have heart failure, a number of tests such as blood tests, ecg and chest x-ray may be arranged.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/introduction-to-treatments/ Introduction to Treatments - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Establishing a healthy lifestyle is an essential part of managing heart failure. Some medications and devices can help you feel better and live longer.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/sodium-restriction/ Sodium Restriction - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Avoid retaining extra fluid by reducing the amount of sodium (salt) in your diet. Learn how to read the nutritional label and follow a low sodium diet.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/fluid-restriction/ Fluid Restriction - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - The body may lose the ability to normally eliminate extra fluid that is consumed. Monitoring your weight and control your fluid intake.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/medications/ Introduction to Medications - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Several different classes of medications are used to manage heart failure. Learn the name, dose, frequency and the purpose of all your medications.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/medications/beta-blockers/ Beta-Blockers - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Beta-blockers block the stress hormones that cause your heart to enlarge and become weak. They also lower your resting heart rate.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/medications/aceis-arbs/ ACEIs & ARBs - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - ACE Inhibitors and ARBs work by dilating blood vessels, and decreasing stress on the heart. These medications cause your blood pressure to drop.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/medications/entresto/ Entresto™ (Sacubitril/Valsartan) - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Entresto is a new drug combining two medications sacubitril and valsartan. It helps decrease the strain on a weakened heart muscle.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/medications/diuretics/ Diuretics - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - People with heart failure have a tendency to retain fluid. Diuretics (commonly called ‘water pills’) are very useful for reducing excess water in the body.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/medications/aldosterone-antagonists/ Aldosterone Antagonists - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Aldosterone antagonists block hormones that put stress on your heart. They are also a diuretic, so they make your kidneys get rid of extra fluid.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/medications/nitrates-vasodilators/ Vasodilators and Nitrates - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Vasodilators and nitrates increase the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart. They are often prescribed for those who cannot take an ACEI or ARB.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/medications/digoxin/ Digoxin - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Digoxin strengthens the heart’s pumping function. Digoxin can also slow the heart beat down, so is helpful in people with atrial fibrillation.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/medications/potassium-supplements/ Potassium Supplements - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Potassium has an important role in many functions of the body, such as maintaining a normal heart rhythm, building muscle and overall nutrition.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/device-therapies/ Introduction to Device Therapies - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - "Device therapies" refer to specialized pacemakers that either protect you against life-threatening heart rhythms or make your heart pump more effectively.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/device-therapies/implantable-cardioverter-defibrillator-icd/ Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator (ICD) - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Patients with heart failure are at risk of arrhythmias. Implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs) can pace the heart into a normal rhythm.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/device-therapies/cardiac-resynchronization-therapy-crt/ Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT) - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT), also called a Biventricular Pacemaker can make the two pumping chambers of the heart pump at the same time.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/device-therapies/left-ventricular-assist-devices-lvads/ Left Ventricular Assist Devices (LVADs) - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Left Ventricular Assist Devices (LVADs) are mechanical pumps that support the main pumping chamber of the heart, the left ventricle.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/heart-transplantation/ Heart Transplantation - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Before a patient is considered a candidate for a heart transplant, your doctor will order a number of tests and strict criteria must be met.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/treatments/end-of-life-planning/ End-of-Life Planning - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Most patients with heart failure will unfortunately die from the disease. End-of-life planning is a difficult but important topic to discuss.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/healthy-living/introduction-to-heart-healthy-living/ Introduction to Heart Healthy Living - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Maintaining good heart health involves eating properly and getting enough exercise. Here are some special things to consider for people with heart failure.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/healthy-living/nutrition-guide-for-heart-failure/ Nutrition Guide for Heart Failure - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Fluid and sodium restriction are the main nutritional considerations to heart failure. Follow the Canadian Food Guide and consume fruits and vegetables, whole grains and lean meats.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/healthy-living/potassium-and-heart-failure/ Potassium and Heart Failure - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Potassium helps your heart beat normally and regulating blood pressure. Maintaining a normal potassium balance is important.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/healthy-living/avoiding-alcohol/ Avoiding Alcohol - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Alcohol is toxic to the heart. If you have heart failure, you should avoid alcohol completely.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/healthy-living/exercise-and-heart-failure/ Exercise and Heart Failure - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Exercise is essential for maintaining good cardiovascular health. Enrolling in a cardiac rehabilitation program may be an option for you.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/healthy-living/energy-conservation/ Energy Conservation - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Fatigue is a common symptom of heart failure. Energy conservation is about maintaining a healthy balance between activity and rest.
  • http://tedrogersheartfunction.ca/healthy-living/working-with-heart-failure/ Working with Heart Failure - Ted Rogers Heart Failure Patient Education - Whether or not you are able to return to work depends on how severe your symptoms are, and how physically and emotionally stressful your job is.

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  • A. R. - So far it works ! Plain and simple

    Ford dealership wanted to charge me $450.00 to replace an oil pan gasket, and another $483.00 to replace the upper valve gaskets. These were minor leaks on a 2007 Ford Taurus with only 62000 miles on it. The vehicle was emitting a burning oil smell; because the oil was dripping on the exhaust manifold. It stunk bad in the car when you would run the air or anything else. This vehicle has been babied its whole life. Read the instructions on the product carefully and apply as needed to your situation. The vehicle doesn't need to run for two hours straight or nothing like that. Just add as needed and let this non-petroleum based product work it's magic. I have no leaks, no smell and no oil spots on my garage floor. I also have that extra $1000 bucks in my pocket. So far so far so good. I'll update back in a few months.

  • Joiedevivre - Worked for about 5 minutes- No one year warranty honored

    These tablets seemed like a good deal & rated well on "besttabletsunder200.net". With normal use both tablets screens cracked & will not work. I replaced one, that hasn't been charged in awhile and now will not work at all, so now I have 2 useless tablets and brokenhearted kids that got this for Christmas. I tried to contact about the 1 year warranty, but the seller wanted me to pay $60 for repair (that is not a warranty). Upon further communication, the company will not return emails or correspondence. I basically threw my money in the trash.

  • Natalie - Replaces a swiffer but not a regular mop

    I am very picky about my kitchen floor...especially since I got my dog, I find I am cleaning the floor 3x/week. I was using a swiffer during the week and mopping once a week on the weekend. But swiffers are expensive! And not very environmentally friendly since you have to keep buy disposeable pads. This steamer basically replaces my swiffer. I use between regular moppings for "maintenance" but it certainly will not clean up big messes or replace a regular mop. I still need to get out my mop, bucket and soap 2-3x/month. And then in between these cleaning sessions I can just plug this baby in and do a once-over to keep the kitchen floor decent. Very happy with my purchase and from my research this brand seemed to be the best reviewed.

  • HMAN - Outdated. It is for NCLEX-RN but it is based on older test plan. Make sure you are not buying 7 years old test plan.

    I am not sure how familiar you are with how NCLEX-RN tests are created. So if you do not know how it is done then here is your chance to learn it.

  • Shaun B. - Good....But I Still Favor "Born Sinner" Collectively....

    I was excited to see that J.Cole had released a new album. I really enjoyed his last effort, Born Sinner, in which I felt it was an album you could listen to top to bottom, with no fillers. Collectively, that was one of the best rap/hip-hop albums of recent memory. When I saw this follow-up was released, I was surprised that there was no to little publicity/build-up for this release, considering his last effort was so strong. As a whole, I don't like this album as good as his last release, but that's not to say that this album isn't any good as well. This album has it's moments, and there are some songs I really like, such as "Wet Dreamz," but as a whole, I don't enjoy this effort as much as the last. With that being said, this album is still better that 95% of the hip-hop content being released today. I rated Born Sinner as a 4.4, I would give this one a 3.6 as a whole.