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Well-known Australian cardiologist Dr. Warrick Bishop has crossed the globe to deliver a powerful TED Talk about the perfect storm that is costing lives and how it can be stopped.
In this article, Dr Bishop discusses how this is a good time to start talking about Atrial Fibrillation.
I believe we can prevent heart attack. We can put in place strategies to reduce risk. We can literally plan to change your future. I call it Healthy Heart Network. Greetings and hello to everyone on this Tuesday night, 21st of April. I'm delighted you're able to join me, if you by any chance miss this presentation, you will, of course, be able to catch up with it later on. We will rerun it and give you the chance to do that. It seems a little bit odd to be thinking about cardiovascular issues in the midst of this COVID challenge, this COVID crisis, however, it is really important to remember the importance of maintenance of other aspects of your health.
Dr Warrick Bishop, author of "Know Your Real Risk of Heart Attack” shares a personal story of how current assessment for heart attack risk is not good enough and how we must do better.
Dr Warrick Bishop, author of "Know Your Real Risk of Heart Attack” shares a personal story of how current assessment for heart attack risk is not good enough and how we can do better. Cardiac CT imaging can bring precision to prevention and save lives
30 million people around the world have it. Do you? You could, and not know it! https://drwarrickbishop.com/page/atrial-fibrillation-explained?aff=1201
Practising Cardiologist and author Dr. Warrick Bishop explains when too much exercise can put strain on your heart and the difference between isotonic and isometric exercise.
Hi, my name is Doctor Warrick Bishop, and I'm a preventative cardiologist. What does that mean? I'm the cardiologist who would like to see you before you have a problem with your heart. I want to see you while you're still well, and I want to keep you that way. I think medicine can be thought about a little bit like looking after your car. You can take it for regular servicing and make sure that the things that are able to be controlled, looked after, and maintained are looked after, controlled, and maintained. Or you can approach a tow truck mentality to your car's maintenance.
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