Cardiac Partners Cardiac Program

How COVID-19 Treatments Affect Heart Patients

The COVID-19 pandemic posed a challenge for health care providers to quickly make plans for effective treatments. Although there isn’t yet a definitive treatment for COVID-19, there are options, depending on your symptoms and their severity. If you have a heart condition, you should know your treatment options and how they may affect your cardiovascular health before getting treated. Treatments at Home If you have tested positive for COVID-19 and…

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Hand Sanitizer

Heart Patients & COVID-19?

By now, it’s clear that COVID-19 poses a serious risk to many people with pre-existing conditions. For those with a cardiac condition, there are even…

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Heart Health Outcomes of COVID-19

Although health professionals knew early on that contracting the COVID-19 virus could lead to respiratory infection and permanent lung damage, it’s now becoming more clear…

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Home Exercises for Cardiac Rehabilitation

Home Exercises for Cardiac Rehabilitation

If you’ve experienced a heart attack, heart failure, angioplasty, or heart surgery, you’re probably enrolled in a cardiac rehabilitation program with your health care provider.…

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The Effects of Smoking and Heart Health

It’s long been known that smoking is one of the leading causes of lung cancer in America. But did you know it can greatly affect…

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Is Daily Aspirin Therapy Right for You?

“Daily aspirin therapy can be a lifesaving option,” says Enakshi Bajpai, DO, Cardiologist at Inspira Health and member of Cooper and Inspira Cardiac Care. “But…

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Impella Cardiac Device

Impella Cardiac Device Moves Recovery Close to Home

The doctors at Inspira Medical Centers Woodbury and Vineland have a new tool in their arsenal to help a damaged heart pump enough blood to…

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Dr. M. Scott Dawson Wins Top Honors

M. Scott Dawson, M.D., a board-certified cardiologist with Cooper and Inspira Cardiac Care, recently earned first place in the Saint Joseph’s University Pedro Arrupe Center’s…

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Region’s Only Hospital to Offer MitraClip Procedure

Heart Valve Device Offers New Options for Patients Until recently, high-risk heart patients with a severe form of leaky mitral valve disorder, called mitral regurgitation,…

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Remedē System

First to Treat Central Sleep Apnea with New Device

(CAMDEN) – A medical team at Cooper University Health Care recently was the first in the eastern United States to treat a patient with central…

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