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News & Updates

Alaska Heart Beat; Spring 2015

March 26, 2015

You can view the full newsletter here , or read below. Our Iditarod Docs Embrace the Spirit of Alaska At the Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute, we are proud to have a talented team provide the highest quality of cardiovascular care to Alaskans. This year, AHVI physicians are participating in an event that has a special […]

April 22, 2015

April 22, 2015

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) occurs when our circulatory system struggles to get blood to our limbs due to constricted arteries. PAD is found, usually, in our legs. Symptoms can include leg pain and discomfort. More advanced symptoms can include cramping, discoloration of limbs and perpetuating sores. Luckily, the advance of PAD is preventable. According to […]

April 15, 2015

April 15, 2015

Our heart thumps, contracting and expanding, circulating blood all over our bodies. The strenuous process of pumping blood up your leg wears on our veins over time. Coupled with other factors, such as injury, we can develop serious venous insufficiencies. A venous ulcer can develop from weakened veins, venous insufficiencies and injury. Venous ulcers can […]

April 8, 2015

April 8, 2015

Our veins are workhorses. They are tasked with pushing deoxygenated blood back to our lungs and heart, often times, against the force of gravity. Inside each vein are small flaps that assure that blood only flows one way. As we age, these flaps can become weak and falter, especially in our legs. If these flaps […]

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