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News from Dr. Golzar
Congratulations to Drs. Dia and Sehgal for Receiving FASE Credentials!
Congratulations to Dr. Masood Qazi!
Dr. Qazi was appointed on August 16, 2010 as Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine.
Dr. Faheem Ahmad - St. James Hospital Physician of the Year
Dr Faheem Ahmad was named Physician of the Year at St. James Hospital. He is being awarded a plaque that reads "The Medical Staff of St. James Gratefully Acknowledges Faheem Ahmad, MD., as Physician of the Year. A true steward to the values of life who exemplifies outstanding ethics and professionalism and has shown skilled and compassionate caring service to all patients.
PAD hits hard here in Chicago
Chicago Sun-Times article says peripheral arterial disease, or PAD, increases chance of heart attack or stroke
Congratulations to Dr. Allan Zelinger!
Dr. Allan Zelinger from Cardiology is among the twenty-five cardiologists and radiologists in the State of Illinois to become board certified in Cardiovascular Computed Tomography. This indicates a level of recognized expertise in interpreting coronary CT angiography, a new and promising noninvasive means of assessing the coronary arteries. Advocate Christ is one of the centers in the Chicagoland region that has pioneered the use of this technology to benefit its patients over the last few years.
Pulmonary Hypertension Program
It is with great pleasure that we announce the opening of our Pulmonary Hypertension Program.
Sleep Apnea Increases Heart Disease Risk
Obstructive sleep apnea, or periodic interruptions in breathing throughout the night, thickens sufferers' blood vessels. Moreover, it increases the risk of several forms of heart and vascular disease.
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