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    Medical Reference Related to Heart Disease

    1. Heart Disease and Caregiver Burnout

      Treating heart disease could require the help of a caregiver. WebMD helps you recognize when a caregiver may suffer from burnout.

    2. CPR

      Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

    3. Treating Heart Failure with Diuretics

      WebMD explains why diuretics are used to treat heart failure and how they work.

    4. Atherosclerosis and Coronary Artery Disease

      Atherosclerosis can create life-threatening blockages in the arteries of your heart, without you ever feeling a thing. Learn more about coronary artery disease.

    5. Heart Failure and Heart Pump Medication

      WebMD looks at how heart pump medication -- also called inotropic therapy -- can be used in people with heart failure.

    6. Heart Failure and a Low-Salt Diet

      Your heart will benefit from a low-salt diet. WebMD tells you the sodium content in common foods and offers tips for cooking and dining out.

    7. Heart Disease: Finding Strength During Tough Times

      Caring for someone with heart disease can be very stressful. Here are tips for keeping spirituality a part of your life and that of your loved one.

    8. Are You at Risk for Atherosclerosis?

      WebMD explains the risk factors for developing atherosclerosis, hardening of the arteries.

    9. Heart Failure and Heart Transplants

      Learn more from WebMD about heart transplant surgery, including who is eligible and what is involved before and after the procedure.

    10. Treating Heart Failure With Digoxin

      Digoxin is often used to treat symptoms of heart failure. Learn more from WebMD about types of this medication, including its side effects and interaction with other drugs.

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