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May
15

Dr. Yaariv Khaykin Explains Ventricular Tachycardia

Our latest educational video is out! Watch Dr. Yaariv Khaykin explain ventricular tachycardia and treatment options. https://youtu.be/zPsifcwAMGM

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May
10

New study shows ablation is better than medical therapy for atrial fibrillation

HOT OFF THE PRESS…According to a late breaking trial, ablation is much better than medical therapy for atrial fibrillation (CABANA study). Dr. Yaariv Khaykin is attending the annual sessions of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) in Boston, and is sharing this information live. The study followed 2000 patients randomized to ablation or drug therapy and […]

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May
01

Watch Dr. Yaariv Khaykin explain ICDs (Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators)

Our next educational video is out! Watch Dr. Yaariv Khaykin explain ICDs (Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators) and how certain patients can benefit from them.

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Mar
29

Pace Cardiology is pleased to welcome Dr. Kevin Michael to its Barrie Clinic

Dr. Michael is currently accepting general cardiology as well as cardiac electrophysiology referrals at our Barrie clinic. To book an appointment, please call 1-888-662-0680. Dr. Michael graduated from the University of Natal in South Africa with a Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB), and a Master’s in Cardiology (MPhil) from the University of Cape Town. […]

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Mar
29

PACE Cardiology is pleased to welcome Dr. Mohamed Metawee

Dr. Metawee is currently accepting general cardiology, as well as, cardiac electrophysiology referrals at our Barrie clinic. After finishing his medical school from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt, Dr. Mohamed Metawee, MD, FRCPC (C) finished his Cardiology training in Egypt, and subsequently did a Heart Failure and Transplant Fellowship at the University of Toronto, Canada. […]

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Mar
27

Heart Attack or Cardiac Arrest?

What’s the difference between a heart attack and a cardiac arrest? A heart attack occurs when the blood supply to part of the heart stops and thus causes a section of the heart muscle to begin to die; whereas a cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops beating as a whole.

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