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P1215 Women and Heart Disease

INTRODUCTION Guiding Your Way Throughout this Patient Resource Guide, use these interactive features to add to your learning experience: Open PDF. Download or print pages that help you manage your heart health. To use this tool, install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader (http://get.adobe.com/reader/). Audio. Listen to the audio version of the pages you are viewing. To use this, make sure you have the most recent free copy of Adobe Flash Player (http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/). Play. Play videos and animations by pressing the play button. Highlighted Text. Click on any highlighted text (in dark red) and you will see a definition of that word. Learning Checks. Check what you have learned throughout this Guide. Help. Click the help button on the Menu Bar to get help using this Patient Resource Guide. Aa Keep Track of Your Healthcare Team Keep track of your healthcare team and important contact information using this form. Bring this list to your healthcare visits. Healthcare Team Member Address Phone Number Email Nurse Practitioner/Cardiac Rehab Nurse Nurse Physician Physician Assistant Cardiologist Pulmonologist Registered Dietitian Health Psychologist or Social Worker Insurance Provider Pharmacist Ophthalmologist or Optometrist Community Health Worker or Case Manager Dentist Pastoral Care Worker Other © 2018 WomenHeart, ABC, CardioSmart, and StayWel . All rights reserved. Keep Track of Your Healthcare Team Download/print this PDF ➠ PLAY VIDEO Heart Health for the Generations ➠ Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States. It kills more women than all forms of cancer combined. One in four women who die in the United States each year die of heart disease. If you don’t have heart disease now, you can help prevent it. And if you’ve already been diagnosed with heart disease, you can help keep it from getting worse. Work with your healthcare provider to make sure you get the care your heart needs. And also start making lifestyle choices that are healthier for your heart. This guide will help you get started. © Association of Black Cardiologists. All rights reserved. Used with permission. abcardio.org 3


P1215 Women and Heart Disease
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