VANCOUVER, Feb. 14 /CNW/ - Heart failure affects people in many different
ways and can develop over several years or suddenly as a result of a heart
attack. For most people heart failure is a life-long condition.
Join experts from St. Paul's Hospital's Heart Function Clinic for a
series of short lectures on what heart failure is, how it's treated, what you
can do to prevent it, and if you have it, what you can do to manage it.
Experts will be available to answer any questions about heart failure and
provide valuable information on prevention, drugs for treatment, diet,
exercise and self-care.
Presented by Providence Health Care's Heart + Lung Institute in
association with the Canadian CHF Clinics Network, this event is sponsored in
part by Medtronic Canada.
What: Free Drop-in Sessions "Heart Failure Awareness Day"
When: Friday, February 22, 2008 from
10:00 am to 12:30 pm (Meet the experts)
11:00am to 12:00 noon (Lectures)
Where: St. Paul's Hospital, Level 1
Conference Centre, Providence Building
(Free underground hotel parking is available on a first
come first served basis)
Speakers: Dr. Andy Ignaszewski, Cardiologist
Ms. Margaret Edmonds, Heart Failure Nurse
Ms. Beverly Lau, Dietitian
Dr. Doson Chua, Pharmacist
For more information: 604-806-8733
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