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Interventional Cardiology & Cardiovascular Medicine Parin Parikh, M.D., F.A.C.C. is a native Texan, having grown up in Plano and attended Plano Senior High School.
He graduated from Yale University with honors, and obtained his medical degree at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. He then stayed in New York to complete his general and interventional cardiology fellowship at NYU Langone Medical Center, where he served as chief fellow in interventional cardiolog
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Women with heart attacks can often present with different symptoms than men, and women are at risk for heart disease just like men are. Don't ignore the symptoms!
Women’s Atypical Heart Attacks The research is based on men, whose clutching of the chest and sudden collapse bears no resemblance to the experience of women.
Do you know your well being score? Find out more at http://www.texashealth.org/well-being, and catch Dr. Parikh asking "How's it going?"
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Dr. Parikh discusses the new FDA advisory about aspirin and primary prevention of cardiovascular disease on WFAA news. Remember, the best way to determine if you should be on an aspirin or not is to have a discussion with your physician.
An aspirin a day may not keep a heart attack at bay FDA advisory warns against daily aspirin therapy to prevent heart attack in people with low risk of heart disease.
Dr. Parikh discusses Dallas Stars hockey player Rich Peverley's collapse and cardiac arrhythmias on Fox4 News. Visit the American Heart Association website to learn more about heart arrhythmias. http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/Arrhythmia/Arrhythmia_UCM_002013_SubHomePage.jsp
Dr. Parikh was invited to speak at Internal Medicine Grand Rounds at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas on the topic of radial artery catheterization, an advanced and minimally invasive way to perform cardiac catheterization. Dr. Parikh has special training in performing cardiac catheterization procedures from the wrist (radial artery catheterization), which can be safer and more comfortable for patients than the traditional femoral (groin) approach. Currently, less than 5% of the procedures in the United States are being performed using this new innovative approach. Click on the link below to learn more about radial artery catheterization.
Radial Artery Catheterization The catheters necessary for cardiac catheterization can be inserted either into the femoral artery (in the groin), or into the radial artery (in the wrist).
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