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Detailed information on living with a pacemaker or implantable cardioverter defibrillator
When you have PAD, a walking program can be very helpful. Here are some tips to get you started.
Poison control centers are always open—24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. They're staffed by pharmacists, healthcare providers, nurses, and other experts who are available by phone.
As your body adjusts, you may have to change or limit your daily activities. You’ll need more rest. You may also need to use the energy you have more wisely.
Keep up the healthy habits you started in your first trimester. You might be a little more tired than normal. So plan your day wisely. Look at the tips below and choose the ones that suit your lifestyle.
Although common during pregnancy, some discomforts may seem worse in the final weeks. Simple lifestyle changes can help. Take care of yourself. And ask your partner to help out with small tasks.
After coronary bypass surgery, it's important to prevent swelling in your legs.
You may go home the same day after your laser prostatectomy. Or, you may stay up to 2 nights in the hospital. Be sure to follow your doctor's instructions and keep follow-up appointments.
After peripheral artery bypass surgery, plan on being in the hospital for about 3 to 8 days. The length of your stay depends on the type of bypass you have, your health, and how you respond to surgery.
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