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Elevated MPV basically means that your platelets are larger than "normal" -- which can be because your body has recen...
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Diastolic dysfunction basically means that the heart isn't able to relax as well as it should, so the left ventricle ...
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If you are having chest pain that goes to the shoulders, you should be evaluated by a doctor. These symptoms could be...
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All of these tests are indicators of liver function, and they are only mildly elevated. Many things can cause elevate...
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Sometimes Lipitor can cause mild elevations in liver enzymes, such as AST and ALT. Usually, this is just monitored. I...
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A resting heart rate in the 140-180 range is certainly not normal, but not completely unexpected in the setting of WP...
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Lots of things can elevate homocysteine -- vitamin deficiencies (specifically folate, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12), c...
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Unofrtunately, the actual rate and duration of tachycardia needed to cause a cardiomyopathy is unknown. Certainly, th...
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While Metoprolol is techincally a "blood pressure medicine", it has very minimal effect on blood pressure and mostly ...
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Generally, when assessing a person's operative candidacy, there are several cardiac features that are important -- co...
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