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Author Archives: Dr. Anuj Shah

Heart Disease In Women

Signs and Symptoms of heart disease in women Early signs of heart disease in women Are men or women more likely to have heart disease? The answer may surprise you. New Jersey Interventional Cardiologist Dr. Anuj Shah dispels the top 5 heart disease myths American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women was held this month …Continue reading

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Heart Attack Risk Factors

What are the signs and symptoms of a heart attack? Are you at risk of a heart attack?  Believe it or not, there are actually many common risk factors that can lead to a heart attack that many people are not aware of. February is American Heart Month, so we wanted to share some of …Continue reading

Top 10 Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine

Peripheral Vascular Trends in Cardiology What are the emerging trends in healthcare? Dr. Anuj Shah of Apex Heart and Vascular shares his predictions on the future of cardiology.  At the end of every year, I curate a list of the top 5 advances in vascular medicine to keep up with the rapid pace of medical …Continue reading

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Peripheral Vascular Disease

  WHAT IS PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE (PVD)?   Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) Definition: PVD stands for Peripheral Vascular Disease. Peripheral vascular disease is commonly seen in patients with diabetes. The cousin of Peripheral Arterial Disease is Peripheral Venous Disease, which is called venous insufficiency. Peripheral vascular disease is when someone has blocked arteries and vein …Continue reading

Racial Disparities in Health Care: Amputation, Heart Health, and COVID-19

RACE AND HEALTH CARE DISPARITIES DURING COVID-19: Coronavirus brought racial disparities in health care to the forefront. Here’s how. AMPUTATION, DIABETES, AND PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE Racial inequality in America is an issue that has mainstream media attention right now. Both political parties are talking about systemic issues in racial equality in The United States.  However, …Continue reading

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Coronavirus New Jersey: Lessons for Covid-19 Frontline Healthcare Workers

Reopening New Jersey: 5 Lessons for Frontline Workers to Remember in the Second Wave of COVID-19   At the start of the pandemic, outside of one of the New Jersey hospitals where I was on call, there were two trailers packed with bodies. You could not do a lot as an interventional cardiologist except watch patients …Continue reading

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