Inder Birdi at The Keyhole
Inder Birdi at The Keyhole Heart Clinic discusses aortic valve replacement options in patients with aortic stenosis and associated ascending aorta aneurysm. He also discusses the association between bicuspid aortic valve stenosis and early need for replacement of the ascending aorta is it is enlarged. Aortic root replacement with xenograft root, homograft, and OnX valve conduit is mentioned.
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Medical advice from Drs. Marc Siegel and David Samadi
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Please do not stop your aspirin regimine if your doctor has placed you under his care, these doctors are speaking to those who have made a personal choice to take aspirin everyday without advising a doctor, aspirin is a last resort to battling heart disease, if your already a healthy patient this can create further unessessary damage.
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Most over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs carry a risk of causing food intolerances and chronic, low-grade inflammation. Aspirin is an exception. But this is why it’s best taken with bicarbonate and glycine. IMPORTANT NOTE: Give 30-60 minutes between any dose of bicarbonate and aspirin to avoid hurting your stomach. Tune in to learn more!
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Why not get the Alka Seltzer company to just add glycine to their product? It's basically aspirin with sodium bicarbonate sans the glycine. Seriously though, would it work just as good to add some glycine to a glass of water, pop in some AS tabs and drink? I am not sure most people are going to do the Ph testing of their urine, etc. i like the idea of this recipe though, and will have to try it the next time I use aspirin.
Any thoughts on Dr. Russell Jaffe's approach that suggests, urine pH levels below 6.5 usually indicate a Magnesium deficiency.. and it's best to raise pH levels (6.5 - 7.5) to become more alkaline via taking more Magnesium/Zinc/chromium/copper/iron/manganese, MCT Oil, and other dietary approaches rather than with bicarbonate. (He was on the JJ Virgin podcast #259)
Also if not currently taking a daily low-dose aspirin, any thoughts on a protocol that may minimize the common risk cited of stomach bleeding? For example, taking the low-dose every other day? Or the type of aspirin (ex. enteric safety/coated/delayed, vs 'buffered' to make less acidic)? Or if is there any CVD in family history or any blood work that can suggest the benefits of a daily 80mg aspirin may outweigh the risks?
Alka Seltzer. Also, please address the claims that aspirin causes Reyes syndrome? I've always felt aspirin ( Alka Seltzer) to be the safest anti inflammatory, but when I gave it to my kids for flu fevers, I was admonished by medical staff.
Is sodium bicarbonate alright
How does one stop aspirin safely to avoid withdrawal/rebound effects?