News | February 04, 2009

Live Telecast of Surgical Procedures for Heart, Blood Vessel Disease Set for Feb. 10

February 4, 2009 - Arizona Heart Institute will present the 22nd Annual Public Forum showcasing a live-telecast of the latest surgical treatments for heart and blood vessel disease on Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2009.
Edward B. Diethrich, M.D., founder and medical director of Arizona Heart Institute and Arizona Heart Hospital, and colleagues will demonstrate several pioneering procedures, explain these new techniques and answer questions from the audience.
The event will feature live procedures via High-Definition (HD) satellite from Arizona Heart Hospital. Guests are also invited to attend the cardiovascular health fair held prior to the live demonstrations where blood pressure checks, body fat testing and educational information on many cardiovascular subjects ranging from women and heart disease to aneurysms will be offered.
The 22nd Annual Public Forum on Cardiovascular Disease will be held at the Phoenician Resort in the Grand Ballroom, Scottsdale, AZ.

For more information: www.azheart.com

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