“Obviously, the virus is not going away and we may have to deal with Coronavirus infections for a prolonged period of time.”
Los Angeles cardiologist Dr. Ernst von Schwarz treats a heart attack patient, showing how he clears a blockage in this one minute video edit shot in the operating room. Also: New Implantable Device To Treat Chronic Heart Failure
Stressors such as the ongoing nationwide demonstrations weaken the immune system while the lack of social distancing opens the door to more person-to-person virus transmission, says Dr. Ernst von Schwarz. “As a result, many of the elderly are even more fearful of venturing outside, especially those living in the cities,” says Dr. von Schwarz. “IContinue reading “Protests Spur Stress-Related Conditions, May Contribute To Covid-19 Second Wave”
Doctors should be cautious to prescribe hydrochloroquine / hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 patients .
Los Angeles – Dr. Ernst von Schwarz says that women often experience unique warning signs of heart disease that can be mistaken for other health issues or disregarded by their doctors. “This is especially dangerous in younger women who may not realize that they are at risk. Women of all ages should familiarize themselves withContinue reading “Heart Disease In Young Women Is Often Misdiagnosed Says Renowned Cardiologist Dr. Ernst von Schwarz”
Los Angeles cardiologist and researcher Dr. Ernst von Schwarz appears on Fox News to explain how COVID-19 is changing the ways that physicians and their patients interact. From the expanded use of telemedicine to the adoption of enhanced safety measures in the medical office, things will never be the same. “Telemedicine is useful and followContinue reading “The Future Of Medicine After COVID-19”
Sheltering in place, lack of exercise and weight gain The lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic forced most of us to either stay home or definitely reduce our outdoors and out-of-the-house activities. Gyms, public pools, golf courses, tennis courts, soccer fields are closed. All of these sport activities are at least in part still onContinue reading “Staying In Shape During The Covid-19 Lockdown”
Los Angeles, CA – “Rather than timing the heartbeat as in a pacemaker, the new device improves the pumping ability of the heart to improve ‘cardiac contractility’ which is the squeezing action of the heart as it pumps blood,” says Dr. Ernst von Schwarz. Over 6 million Americans suffer from heart failure, a condition inContinue reading “Cardiologist Dr. Ernst Von Schwarz Implants New Device to Treat Chronic Heart Failure”