This patient education program is for patients whose doctor may have recommended a pacemaker. Included are the following sections: The Heart Beat, Arrhythmias, Pacemaker, Procedure, Risks & Complications, After the Procedure, Maintaining Your Pacemaker, and Living with a Pacemaker.
This patient education program explains cancer of the pancreas. Included are the following sections: The Pancreas, Cancer & its Causes, Pancreatic Cancer, Signs & Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Pain Management.
This patient education program explains acute and chronic pancreatitis and treatment options for each type. Included are the following sections: Anatomy, Pancreatitis, Acute Pancreatitis, Diagnosis & Treatment-acute, Chronic Pancreatitis, Diagnosis & Treatment-chronic.
This program discusses the causes and symptoms of panic disorder. Information about ways to treat and prevent panic attacks is also included.
This patient education program will help you understand Parkinson's Disease and the various treatment options. The program covers anatomy symptoms and causes.
This program explains pelvic pain. It focuses on pelvic pain in women. The program includes the following sections: what are the pelvic organs, what is pelvic pain, what are causes of pelvic pain, how is pelvic pain diagnosed and how is pelvic pain treated.
This program will help you better understand peptic ulcers, including what causes a peptic ulcer and what you can do to treat a peptic ulcer.
This program explains perforated eardrum. The program includes the following sections: what is a perforated eardrum, what is the anatomy of the ear, what are the causes of a perforated eardrum, what are the symptoms of a perforated eardrum, what are the complications of a perforated eardrum, how is a perforated eardrum diagnosed, how is a perforated eardrum treated and how to prevent a perforated eardrum.
Peripheral Artery Disease
This program explains peripheral artery disease. Peripheral Artery Disease is also known as PAD and peripheral arterial disease. The program includes the following sections: what is peripheral artery disease, what is the anatomy of the circulatory system, what causes peripheral artery disease, what are the symptoms of peripheral artery disease, how is peripheral artery disease diagnosed, what are complications of peripheral artery disease, and how is peripheral artery disease treated.
This program will help you understand phobias. It discusses the symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment of phobias.