All too often, problems with your vascular health are only found after a serious event, like a stroke. By understanding your risks beforehand through a vein evaluation, we can take steps to prevent the unthinkable.
Dr. Soffer discusses the new SEEQ heart monitor that patients can use at home. For patients that have palpitations, slow heartbeat, skipped beats and other similar cardiac events, this device can be worn up to a week at a time.
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