eMedTV Heart Videos

eMedTV has a wide range of videos about the heart, including complete video presentations covering topics related to coronary heart disease, valve disorders, and abnormal heart rhythms. Whether you're looking for information about what will happen before and during cardiac catheterization, aortic and mitral valve replacement surgeries, angioplasty, or cardioversion, you'll find the video you're looking for here.

Featured Heart Videos

What Happens During Cardiac Catheterization?
This video clip describes what happens during a cardiac catheterization.
Coronary Heart Disease
This multimedia clip offers an in-depth look at coronary heart disease.
Understanding Diabetes
This video clips explains type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Aortic Valve Replacement
This video clip explains what happens during an aortic valve replacement.
Problems With the Aortic Valve
There are two types of aortic valve problems: stenosis and insufficiency. This clip discusses both types in detail.
Abnormal Heart Rhythm (Arrhythmia)
This video clip discusses arrhythmia, or an abnormal heartbeat.
What Happens During the Angioplasty?
This video discusses cardiac catheterization with angioplasty and stent placement.
Chemical Cardioversion
This multimedia clip explains what happens during a chemical cardioversion.
Electrophysiology Study (EPS)
This video segment explains in detail what happens during an electrophysiology study, or EPS.
ICD Placement
This video clip explains what an ICD is and describes the procedure for an ICD placement.
Problems With the Mitral Valve
Several problems with the mitral valve can occur, which this video clip describes.
Pacemaker Placement
This video discusses what happens during a pacemaker placement.
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