BaleDoneen Method to Present Best Practices for Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS and SPOKANE, Wash.Oct. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Every 43 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a heart attack, and every four minutes, an American dies from a stroke. On November 2-4, the BaleDoneen Method (BDM) will convene leading experts to discuss best practices to prevent these catastrophes at its 10th Annual Reunion of graduates of its Preceptorship Course.

Read more here: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/baledoneen-method-to-present-best-practices-for-heart-attack-and-stroke-prevention-in-new-orleans-300543817.html

By |2017-10-26T11:18:24+00:00October 26th, 2017|Press Releases|

President Clinton’s recidivistic disease

The following article was printed yesterday regarding President Bill Clinton’s recidivistic event.  We feel it necessary to comment on Dr. Yancy’s statements below.

Clinton undergoes angioplasty

Doctors say former president, who underwent a quadruple bypass in September 2004, had a clogged artery.

BY DEEPTI HAJELA AND MARILYNN MARCHIONE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Two stents resembling tiny mesh scaffolds were placed inside the artery as part of a procedure that is common for people with severe heart disease.NEW YORK — Former President Bill Clinton, who had quadruple bypass surgery more than five years ago, was hospitalized Thursday to have a clogged heart artery opened after he […]

By |2010-02-12T19:48:02+00:00February 12th, 2010|Press Releases|

Dr. Bale to be on Larry King Live

Several exciting things have developed about which I would like to inform you.

I was asked by Larry King to be a member of an expert medical panel to discuss sudden cardiac death and how it can be prevented. This is being sponsored by the Larry King Cardiac Foundation and will occur September 22, 2008 from 10 am to 11 am CST. The venue will be Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. There will be approximately 200 people in the audience which will be mainly comprised of public health officials and physicians. Larry King will be the moderator and it will […]

By |2008-08-29T19:50:12+00:00August 29th, 2008|Press Releases|

Notes from Amy

Tim Russert, age 58, moderator of Meet the Press and National political correspondent, died of a massive heart attack in his office on Friday June 13th, 2008. He went to work that morning completely asymptomatic and dropped dead around 11 am. The news is reporting that he had a “coronary thrombosis” which is a fancy way of saying “heart attack”. Basically, he had plaque in his artery, had a plaque rupture and a subsequent blood clot which blocked the flow of blood to his heart muscle. Tim passed a stress test in April 2008 (just 2 months ago) and he […]

By |2008-06-17T19:51:00+00:00June 17th, 2008|Press Releases|
Go to Top