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First visit Cardiology


Portsmouth Road, Frimley

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Blackshaw Road, London

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Interventional cardiology


Portsmouth Road, Frimley

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Frimley Park Hospital


London Road North Cheam , Sutton

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St Anthony's Hospital


Crondall Lane, Farnham

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Spire Clare Park Hospital


Blackshaw Road, London

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St George's Hospital - Tooting


Hale Road, Farnham

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Percutaneous coronary intervention


Portsmouth Road, Frimley

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Frimley Park Hospital


London Road North Cheam , Sutton

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St Anthony's Hospital


Crondall Lane, Farnham

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Spire Clare Park Hospital


Blackshaw Road, London

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St George's Hospital - Tooting


Hale Road, Farnham

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Farnham Hospital Outpatients Department


Subsequent visits Cardiology


Portsmouth Road, Frimley

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Frimley Park Hospital


London Road North Cheam , Sutton

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St Anthony's Hospital


Crondall Lane, Farnham

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Spire Clare Park Hospital


Blackshaw Road, London

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St George's Hospital - Tooting


Hale Road, Farnham

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Farnham Hospital Outpatients Department


Blood pressure recording


Portsmouth Road, Frimley

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Frimley Park Hospital


London Road North Cheam , Sutton

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St Anthony's Hospital


Crondall Lane, Farnham

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Spire Clare Park Hospital


Blackshaw Road, London

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St George's Hospital - Tooting


Hale Road, Farnham

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Farnham Hospital Outpatients Department


Cardiac pacemaker implantation


Portsmouth Road, Frimley

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Frimley Park Hospital


London Road North Cheam , Sutton

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St Anthony's Hospital


Crondall Lane, Farnham

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Spire Clare Park Hospital


Blackshaw Road, London

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St George's Hospital - Tooting


Hale Road, Farnham

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Farnham Hospital Outpatients Department


Coronary Angiography


Portsmouth Road, Frimley

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Frimley Park Hospital


London Road North Cheam , Sutton

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St Anthony's Hospital


Crondall Lane, Farnham

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Spire Clare Park Hospital


Blackshaw Road, London

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St George's Hospital - Tooting


Hale Road, Farnham

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Farnham Hospital Outpatients Department


ECG Echocardiogram


Portsmouth Road, Frimley

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Frimley Park Hospital


London Road North Cheam , Sutton

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St Anthony's Hospital


Crondall Lane, Farnham

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Spire Clare Park Hospital


Blackshaw Road, London

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St George's Hospital - Tooting


Hale Road, Farnham

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Farnham Hospital Outpatients Department

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  • Question about Arterial insufficiency

    My Dr put me on Pradaxa for artrial fibulation. The 150 have me a headache and he changed it to 110. It upset my stomach. I am scared to keep taking it but he said if I stop I could get a clot. I am having a nervous breakdown and dont know what to do. Help.

    The best advice is to take the right dose, as the lower dose does not provide such good protection against stroke. Given the side effects you describe, it might be better to consider an alternative. You might well find that apixaban does not cause the same side effects. I would mention this to your doctor.

    Dr. Matt Faircloth

  • I have heart failure..
    After HA in 2004, was left with AF, had pacemaker last year, followed by AV node ablation,
    My heart is enlarged, and have an EF of 200..
    Have struggled with high BP, for years, and obviously. Heart failure,
    But this year has been extremely stressful for me, for private reasons,
    With my husband..
    I was devastated when I was allocated to the heart failure clinic..
    Thinking I had less than a year to live, and my husband in a care home, made it worse,
    I was having major breathing problems, last July, was taken into hospital,
    No further blockages after angiogram, but told heart failure worsened,
    Since I’ve had my BP meds increased, I’m on Bisoprolol to,
    And furosemide..
    Plus regular thyroid, and I’ve just started a new anticoagulant Apixaban,
    They want me also to go onto a new drug, Entresto shortly,
    I’ve felt. less breathless since I have my BP under co trol.
    I take losartin, and spironolactin. ..
    Do you think and I’m feeling I should recommend a magnesium, that is easy to take..
    I gag on large pills,
    My age is 74, female, and did quite well health wise, after my HA, but
    Seems though time is running out .. is there life with heart failure ?
    Many thanks..????

    There is indeed life with heart failure but discussing this is very important, especially the balance of side effects of drugs if they are unpleasant. However, the drugs you mention seem a good combination. These drugs have trial evidence showing their value in extending life and improving symptoms so are very valuable. I don’t understand your question re magnesium but don’t think it is necessary from what you’ve mentioned. There is good data for entresto so I would be happy with that drug.
    I’m sure your cardiologist has either given you, or considered the need for, a biventricular pacemaker, but you could check this. Also whether the pacemaker should have a defibrillator component to it.
    Hope this helps.

    Dr. Matt Faircloth

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Specializations

  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Pacing