Health Resource Guide
Heart Disease Series
#1507 Atul Hulyalkar, MD, Board-certified in Cardiology
Sponsored by Manor Care and SJMC
Heart Disease Part I:
Risk Factors and the Lifestyle of Prevention
Heart disease remains the number one killer of both men and women.
Our susceptibility to heart disease is in a large part determined by our lifestyle.
What you can do now to improve the quality and quantity of your life in years
to come will be the focus of this presentation.
Heart Disease Part II:
The Symptoms of Common Cardiac Problems
Early recognition of the symptoms of heart disease leads to earlier diagnosis
and improved survival. This presentation will discuss the symptoms of common
cardiac problems and what you can do to improve your outcome.
Heart Disease Part III:
Cardiac Testing in the 21st Century
This presentation will summarize the kinds of testing cardiologists use to
evaluate heart-related symptoms.
Part I - February 6
Part II - March 6
Part III - April 17
North Olmsted Manor Care
23225 Lorain Road, North Olmsted
Refreshments served at 5:30 p.m.
Heart Attack: Symptoms and Emergency Management
#1508 Linda Owen, BSN, SJMC CCU Manager
Sponsored by the Welsh Home and SJMC
Linda will discuss the importance of symptom recognition and early action,
including the use of the EMS system. What initially happens when patients
arrive in the Emergency Department will also be discussed.
Wednesday, April 16
The Welsh Home
22199 Center Ridge Road, Rocky River
Heartsaver CPR and First Aid Classes
Cost: $30.00 per person. Limited space available. Must be at least 15 years
of age. There must be a minimum of six people per class otherwise the class
will be cancelled. Limit 12 per class
#1509 AHA Heartsaver CPR - February 12 or April 9
One-person adult, child and infant CPR with choking rescues for
lay people. This class is NOT intended for Healthcare providers.
#1510 AHA Heartsaver 1st Aid - March 19
This program addresses the general principles of first aid, medical
and environmental emergencies and injury emergencies.
#1511 Infant CPR and First Aid - January 28
This free program is intended for any lay person with a newborn
up to one year of age, foster parents of an infant up to 1 year of age,
or pregnant parents, grandparents, babysitters or anyone taking
care of an infant. In this course, you will learn injury prevention,
how to recognize and treat cardiovascular emergencies, and how
to treat choking in an infant. Since this is a free program, course
completion cards are not provided.
6:00 - 9:30 p.m.
St. John Medical Center
29160 Center Ridge Road
Suite R, Westlake
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