Researchers looked into the potential health benefits of supervised exercise therapy for people with heart failure. They discovered that patients' exercise capacity and quality of life are both improved by supervised exercise treatment.
Heart failure is a severe condition concerning how well the heart can pump blood throughout the body. A recent study tested the hormone acyl ghrelin among people with chronic heart failure. Dr. Robert Segal, the founder of Manhattan Cardiology, Board Certified Cardiologist, and a fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC), commented on the […]
Remember that old Bee Gees hit, “Staying Alive?” It’s taken on new meaning as a theme song of sorts for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, since the emergency, lifesaving technique requires chest compressions timed closely to the chanting lyrics. “You might save a life just by following the straightforward steps involved in CPR,” says cardiologist Dr. Robert […]
Manhattan Cardiology’s Cardiologist, Dr. Jossef Amirian speaks to Cheddar on how Myocarditis Looms as Threat to Athletes Recovering from COVID-19. View the original piece placement on Cheddar.
Manhattan Cardiology’s Founder and Cardiologist, Dr. Robert Segal speaks to Hollywood Life With Bonnie Faller on Why FloppyValve Syndrome Killed Carol Barr Even though It’s ‘Not Usually’ Fatal. “Mitral valve prolapse can make the heart susceptible to cardiac arrhythmias which can cause sudden cardiac death. In patients with mitral valve prolapse, the sudden cardiac death has […]
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Manhattan Cardiology’s Founder and Cardiologist, Dr. Robert Segal speaks to Capsule on integrating virtual care and the short and long-term implications of COVID-19 on his businesses. How did you get started in medicine and what led you to pursue not only being a physician but also running a business when you set up your Manhattan Cardiology […]
Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Robert Segal, MD, speaks to Well + Good about Cardio You Should Do Everyday According To A Cardiologist He is quoted saying: “It is important to do these moves because remaining indoors for long duration of time can run the risk of a sedentary lifestyle, depression, and decreased immune system. Performing cardiovascular exercises […]
Manhattan Cardiology’s Founder and Cardiologist, Dr. Robert Segal speaks to The New York Post about the coronavirus antibody test and how accurate it may be. He’s quoted saying: Cardiologist Robert Segal has been conducting antibody tests at his Manhattan Cardiology clinics on the Upper East Side and Midtown since April 16 “for anyone who has felt […]
Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Robert Segal, MD, speaks to New York Post about if the coronavirus antibody is a magic bullet or false hope. He is mentioned saying: Cardiologist Robert Segal has been conducting antibody tests at his Manhattan Cardiology clinics on the Upper East Side and Midtown since April 16 “for anyone who has felt […]