Our entire Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates family wishes you and your loved ones a holiday season filled with joy, laughter, and good health.
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Today and every day, we support all women everywhere. Please join us in celebrating women’s strength, courage, and achievements.
It's Employee Appreciation Day - the perfect chance to remind our Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates team members just how much we value their hard work and dedication all year long.
To everyone in our C3 family, thank you for all you do to support our practice, our patients, and each other. We appreciate you so much!
Devoting some time every day to care for yourself can go a long way toward protecting your heart health. Self-care, like moving more, preparing healthier meals, getting enough quality sleep, and taking a moment to de-stress, helps your heart.
Please note that our office phone lines will remain open for patients to reach our office staff and schedule appointments. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding. Please stay warm and safe!
People with heart valve disease do not always have symptoms, and those with symptoms often believe they are a normal part of aging.
Listen to your heart- if you are concerned about your heart health, it is time to give us a call. To schedule an appointment, call our office at (214) 814-1550 or visit https://www.texasc3.com/about-the-providers/.
For ways you can help raise awareness about heart valve disease, visit valvediseaseday.org.
Thanks to JER Chilton YMCA at Rockwall for inviting Dr. Macpherson to speak at another Lunch & Learn event. Such a great turnout and an important opportunity to share information on Peripheral Vascular Disease.
On behalf of Dr. Macpherson and our entire C3 team, thank you to everyone who attended and made this an incredible event!
Modern cardiovascular care is nothing short of amazing, and it wouldn't be possible without the doctors, technologists, nurses, medical assistants, and support staff who ensure safe, accurate, and compassionate care for our cardiovascular patients.
To all cardiovascular professionals who give their heart and soul to heal the hearts of individuals, families, and communities – we thank you!
It’s when your breathing slows and blood pressure and heart rate decrease. You can’t always prevent or avoid stress, but you CAN change how you respond to it. Taking time to de-stress helps protect our minds and .
To learn how you can stress less for a healthier heart, visit https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/relaxation-techniques-what-you-need-to-know.
Join us this Friday, February 18th at JER Chilton YMCA at Rockwall to learn all about Peripheral Vascular Disease from our very own Dr. Nicholas Macpherson.
This event kicks off at 12pm. To reserve your spot, contact Stacie Renfro at [email protected] or call 972-772-9622.
Reservation required, see information below. We can't wait to see you on the 18th!
Devoting a little time every day to care for yourself can go a long way toward protecting your heart health AND set an example for those around us to do the same.
For patients with scheduled in-office appointments, a member of our office staff will reach out to you directly regarding your visit.
Please note that our office phone lines will remain open for patients to reach our office staff and schedule appointments.
Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates is leading the field of cardiology by incorporating wearabl Dr. Tony S.
Dr. Tony Das, MD is a nationally recognized board-certified interventional cardiology specialist who graduated from Baylor Medical School in 1990, Harvard Mass General Hospital Internship/Residency in 1993, and Texas Heart Institute Fellowship in 1996 and has been practicing in Dallas since 1996. Das is one of the first cardiologists in Dallas to specifically obtain board certification in Endovasc
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Our entire Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates family wishes you and your loved ones a holiday season filled with joy, laughter, and good health.
Can you enjoy the holidays without jeopardizing your heart's health?
Studies show that heart attacks and other cardiac events, like congestive heart failure and "holiday heart syndrome", increase this time of year.
Follow these steps to have a happy, and heart-healthy, holiday season:
• Make time to recharge - just a few minutes of quiet meditation can reduce stress.
• Avoid overindulging - when it comes to fatty foods and alcohol, moderation is key.
• Take medications as directed - set reminders on your phone so you don't miss doses.
• Be picky - choose the traditions that are most meaningful to you and resist the urge to "do it all".
To allow our team members to enjoy time with their loved ones, we will be closing at 1pm on Friday, December 23rd, and Friday, December 30th. We will also be closed Monday, December 26th, and Monday, January 2nd.
Thank you for trusting us with your heart health. We wish you and your family a happy & healthy holiday season!
Clinical Validation of a Continuous Monitoring Mobile Cardiac Detection Device for Atrial Fibrillation
Dr. Tony Das is passionate about cardiovascular care, remote health monitoring, and staying on the cutting edge of both!
Remote Digital Monitoring continues to increase in adoption for cardiovascular disease. It was Dr. Das' honor to be a co-investigator with Dr. Subhash Banerjee in this important Clinical Trial evaluating the Livmor AF detection system. The sensitivity and specificity of the device are clearly market-leading technology!
Thank you, Dr. Das, for your continued contributions to the advancement of cardiovascular care!
Clinical Validation of a Continuous Monitoring Mobile Cardiac Detection Device for Atrial Fibrillation The American Journal of CardiologyVolume 189, 15 February 2023, Pages 61-63Clinical Validation of a Continuous Monitoring Mobile Cardiac Detection Device for Atrial FibrillationAuthor links open overlay panelSubhashBanerjeeMDabfTonyDasMDcJerroldGrodinMDabNicoleMinniefieldMDabShirlingTsaiMDabRahulBan...
When you love your work as much as we do, patients can't help but notice.
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Today is a day to be grateful – and at Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates, we are most grateful for you!
Thank you to each of our patients for trusting us with your heart health. We wish you and your loved ones a safe and healthy holiday. Happy Thanksgiving!
We won because of YOU!
Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates is the Gold Winner for Best in DFW's BEST MEDICAL PRACTICE.
Our entire team is honored to receive this recognition for the medical expertise, outstanding care, and heartfelt compassion we provide our Dallas and Rockwall patients.
Thank you to everyone who voted for the Best in DFW People's Choice Awards. We appreciate your support and acknowledgment of our cardiovascular and vascular expertise.
Within minutes of smoking your last cigarette, your body begins to recover.
15 years after quitting smoking, your risk of coronary heart disease is close to that of a nonsmoker.
Need help quitting smoking? Check out these tips from the American Cancer Society:
Happy National Nurse Practitioner Week to our invaluable NP, Vicki!
And please join us in celebrating all NPs nationwide by recognizing the meaningful difference they make in the high-quality care patients receive each day.
We’re proud to have an NP on our team! Thank you, Vicki, for being such an important part of Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates and the exceptional medical care we’re known for.
Happy Veterans Day to our soldiers, both past and present. Thank you for your sacrifice, your bravery, and the example you set for us all.
We are pleased to announce our very own Dr. Imran Baig is a speaker at this weekend's Dallas PCI Conference!
Dr. Baig will share his expertise in coronary imaging and physiology, speaking to fellow physicians about atherectomy devices for diseased arteries.
For more information about Dr. Baig and his areas of expertise, visit https://www.texasc3.com/about-the-providers/.
We are so excited about this new addition to our Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates family!
This little girl on the way is so loved already by Dr. Nicholas C. Macpherson, his wife, and their two sons. Today we showered Dr. Macpherson with beautiful gifts and well wishes for sweet baby Charlotte.
Congratulations Macphersons! We cannot wait to meet your beautiful baby girl!
We couldn't miss an opportunity to celebrate one of the most important people on our Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates team!
Happy birthday to our beloved Nurse Practitioner, Vicki Skobel! 🎉🎈🎂
Vicki works tirelessly to meet the needs of our patients with expertise and heartfelt compassion. She's an integral part of the exceptional care we're known for, and we're so lucky to have her on our C3 team.
In case you missed it..... our team was featured in the Best Docs issue of D Magazine!
If you’ve been diagnosed with a heart condition, treatment options can be frightening - especially if the recommended treatment is surgery. Are you wondering if surgery is the best option for you?
Consider the Second Opinion Program at Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates. Our team offers second opinions for patients who want more clarity and reassurance about their treatment plan. We can determine which treatment option is the best possible choice for your specific condition.
If you feel unsure about a treatment plan for you or a loved one, consider a second opinion. Call us at (214) 814-1550 or visit https://www.texasc3.com/second-opinion/.
It’s Medical Assistants Recognition Week!
Please help us say THANK YOU to Sherry, Amanda, Maricela, and Brooke. We are grateful for their dedication to Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates and the compassion they show our patients every day.
Thank you, Sherry, Amanda, Maricela, and Brooke, for all you do to make Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates the best choice for cardiovascular care!
At Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates, we use blood tests, heart monitoring and imaging tests to diagnose heart problems in our patients. These cardiovascular diagnostic and screening tests provide us information about your heart's electrical activity, heartbeat rhythm, blood flow through heart chambers, valves and coronary arteries, and whether any tumors or structural abnormalities are present in your cardiovascular system.
If you or a loved one have symptoms that suggest a heart or blood vessel problem—such as shortness of breath, chest pain and/or pressure, heart palpitations, dizziness, sweating, numbness and weakness—our team can run a variety of tests to determine if a cardiovascular condition is the cause.
To schedule an appointment with our expert cardiologists and staff, call (214)814-1550. We offer screening and diagnosis for a full range of cardiovascular conditions.
There are many types of heart disease, each with its own symptoms. For some, treatment involves lifestyle changes and medication, while others require surgical intervention.
Valvular heart disease affects the four valves of the heart, making it difficult for any of the valves to open and close properly. This can cause your valves to be “leaky” or for blood flow to be blocked.
The causes of valvular heart disease include infections, high blood pressure, and heart attack. The most common symptoms are chest pain, fatigue, rapid weight gain, and irregular heartbeat.
Our team specializes in the treatment of Valvular Heart Disease and Structural Heart Disease. To learn more, visit https://www.texasc3.com/cardiac-conditions/.
To schedule an appointment with us, please call (214) 814-1550 or visit https://www.texasc3.com/about-the-providers/.
This World Heart Day, help us connect people to heart health and reduce the number of deaths caused by cardiovascular disease. Encourage family, friends, and members of our community to lead heart-healthy lives by eating a healthy diet and staying physically active.
Dr. Tony S. Das is one of D Magazine’s Best Doctors of 2022!
What an honor to be recognized for Cardiology and to be among the most respected doctors in Dallas, as voted by fellow doctors.
For more information about Dr. Das, Dr. Macpherson, Dr. Baig and our entire Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates team, visit www.TexasC3.com!
For more information about Dr. Das, Dr. Macpherson, Dr. Baig, and our entire Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates team, visit www.TexasC3.com!
About 38% of American adults have high cholesterol.
You can make healthy lifestyle choices every day to lower your risk.
Visit https://www.cdc.gov/cholesterol/prevention.htm to learn more.
Making lifestyle changes can help keep your cholesterol in a healthy range.
Exercise regularly, avoid foods high in saturated fat, and if you have high cholesterol, take your medications as directed.
Learn more about cholesterol here: https://www.cdc.gov/cholesterol/index.htm
What do you know about cholesterol?
Cholesterol circulates in your blood. It’s a waxy substance your body needs to build cells and make vitamins and hormones. Too much cholesterol can pose a risk to your health.
As the amount of cholesterol in your blood increases, so does your risk of cardiovascular diseases, such as heart disease and stroke. It’s important to have your cholesterol tested regularly, so you can know your levels and control them with the help of your doctor.
To learn more about cholesterol, visit https://www.cdc.gov/cholesterol/index.htm
Another successful Lunch & Learn event at JER Chilton YMCA at Rockwall!
Dr. Nicholas Macpherson & Dr. Imran Baig spoke about Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) and the Watchman alternative to blood thinners. Such a great opportunity to share new information about heart health with the folks in our Rockwall community.
On behalf of Dr. Macpherson, Dr. Baig, and our entire C3 team, we thank everyone who attended this incredible event!
BAV: SAVR versus TAVR | aortopathy bicuspid aortic valve
Check out Dr. Imran Baig's latest contributions to structural cardiology and cardiovascular care: https://www.uscjournal.com/articles/bicuspid-aortic-stenosis-and-without-aortopathy-considerations-surgical-aortic-valve?fbclid=IwAR3A73UvGkBzUsBFNeUlscoBKIZ0NgvasUjTo9dwBM-vcc0zJ_3L8IVCi9Q
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) has transformed how we manage aortic stenosis and has proven to be safe and effective. This literature review considers patients with bicuspid aortic valves (BAVs) and whether TAVR or surgical aortic valve replacement (SAVR) is most appropriate for managing aortic stenosis.
Thank you, Dr. Baig, for this work highlighting the importance of heart teams in determining the most appropriate treatment options for patients.
BAV: SAVR versus TAVR | aortopathy bicuspid aortic valve The treatment of aortic stenosis has evolved in recent years with the introduction of transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) as a complementary strategy to surgical aortic valve
Are you registered yet?
Our next Lunch & Learn event is THIS FRIDAY, September 16th at JER Chilton YMCA at Rockwall. Join our expert cardiologists, Dr. Nicholas Macpherson and Dr. Imran Baig, as they share information about Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) and the revolutionary Watchman Implant.
Register today for this FREE event! Call the Y: 972.2772.9622
Connected Cardiovascular Care Associates
Dr. Tony Das, MD is a nationally recognized board-certified interventional cardiology specialist who graduated from Baylor Medical School in 1990, Harvard Mass General Hospital Internship/Residency in 1993 and Texas Heart Institute Fellowship in 1996 and has been practicing in Dallas since 1996.
Dr. Tony S. Das is one the first cardiologists in Dallas to specifically obtain board certification in Endovascular Interventions for peripheral vascular disease through the SVMB (Society of Vascular Medicine). Specializing in minimally invasive, non-surgical therapy for heart and peripheral vascular disease, he has advanced training in coronary stents, vascular and carotid artery stents, abdominal aneurysm stent-grafts and structural heart conditions such as aortic stenosis with TAVR. Recently Dr. Das has been leading initiatives to create national programs to incorporate remote monitoring for cardiovascular patients using wearable watch devices that record vital signs, heart rhythms, coronary disease and heart failure. These remote physiologic monitors reduce patient hospitalizations and improve care with less office visits which is a trend in innovation in cardiovascular care being led by Dr. Das.
Dr. Das serves on the advisory council for several cardiovascular and digital health companies, is actively involved in clinical research, and is a reviewer for several cardiac and vascular journals. His research studies involve evaluating drug-eluting stents, new wires for opening chronic occlusions, carotid stent therapy and laser technology for treating long SFA occlusions and below-the-knee vascular disease to name a few. Dr. Das has published over 50 peer reviewed articles and teaches at national and international vascular conferences regularly.
To learn about Dr. Das, Dr. Macpherson, our C3 team and available services, please visit https://www.texasc3.com/.
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