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9.25.2014
Pet Therapy Workshop Would your pet make a good therapy pet? St. Elizabeth Volunteer Services is sponsoring a Pet Therapy Workshop on Saturday, October 4 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Learn the skills needed to visit safely with your animal in hospitals, nursing homes, classrooms, and other facilities.
9.24.2014
Do You Know the Signs and Symptoms of a Stroke? According to the National Stroke Association, nearly 800,000 people experience a stroke each year. Medical experts know that it is critical to recognize the symptoms and get treatment quickly when stroke occurs. That’s why St. Elizabeth is hosting a free program on October 9.
9.22.2014
Take Time for Your Heart You may be able to add years to your life by making simple changes to improve your heart health. The St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute offers a comprehensive program to help you identify your risk and learn how you can make meaningful changes to help you live better and live longer.
9.19.2014
LANE REPORT: St. Elizabeth Healthcare adds patient-customized heart failure technology St. Elizabeth Healthcare is using a new cardiac resynchronization therapy-defibrillator (CRT-D) system that features technology designed to improve the pumping function of the heart and provide physicians with more options to customize the therapy for each individual patient’s needs.
9.19.2014
St. Elizabeth Offers New Patient-Customized Heart Failure Therapy St. Elizabeth Healthcare became the first in Greater Cincinnati to implant a newly FDA-approved device for patients with heart failure. This new cardiac resynchronization therapy-defibrillator (CRT-D) system features technology designed to improve the pumping function of the heart and provide physicians with more options to customize the therapy for each individual patient’s needs. St. Elizabeth was the only hospital in Greater Cincinnati to be part of the clinical trial that led to FDA approval.


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