Troy Office

2200 Burdett Avenue
Capital Cardiology Associates – Troy
2200 Burdett Ave.
Troy, NY 12180
Main office 518-292-6200
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Hours of Operation
Weekdays, excluding major Holidays, 8AM – 4:30PM

Call 518-292-6004 for appointments

The Troy office is conveniently adjacent to the Samaritan Hospital campus, with access to the CDTA bus line.

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News from Capital Cardiology Associates

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Investing in Public Health

“Public health is a quiet secret that exists in the background. People only hear about their local health department when there is a problem,” says Dr. Oscar Alleyne.

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The Flu Forecast for 2021

Every year, it seems we deal with a devastating strain of the flu. This year, the term “twindemic” captures the overlap of the flu and COVID pandemic. “Certainly what we are concerned about is the twindemic, that cases of both influenza and COVID present in the same person. That would be quite devastating.”

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Healthcare trends for 2021

Forecasting healthcare trends for the ensuing year in standard times usually considers examining the current focus’s effect while balancing future needs. But we do not live in normal times. COVID will continue to be a massive demand in 2021, but two other major areas will most likely emerge.

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Investigating Heart Damage from COVID

COVID is not the first virus that has presented short or long-term damage to the heart muscle or vascular system. However, it is unique in how it affects people. “COVID is such a bizarre virus in that it truly presents a constellation of symptoms with each person having a completely different subset.”

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) can lead to death within just minutes of the event if the victim doesn’t receive immediate medical attention or help. SCA is often confused for a heart attack because they share a cardiac connection due to the instant onset that can strike without warning.

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Your Heart

Your heart is the only organ you can hear and feel. It is an organ which is made from muscle.”I think about periodically is that the heart beats 100,000 times a day, every day,” Dr. Lance Sullenberger reflected.

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Developing a COVID vaccine

We breakdown the timeline for developing a COVID vaccine and explore the possibility of multiple vaccines to meet global needs.

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Joy in Running

For adults, running offers unmatched health benefits. It lowers your risk of heart attack or stroke. We often don’t think of the heart as a muscle, but it is. Running increases your heart to increase blood flow, training the muscle to pump more efficiently.

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Women in Medicine

Fewer women in cardiology “unfortunately creates an opinion that heart disease is not a disease that affects women; if there aren’t women in the field, it must not affect them. That is incorrect as we know,” stated Dr. Donna Phelan.

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How stroke affects your brain

One of the challenges with stroke is that it can happen at any time to anyone. “When a stroke occurs, it has symptoms that vary from patient to patient. It can be anything from a speech problem to a blind spot developing on the right or left side of your field of vision, causing a car accident.” shared Dr. Alan Boulos.

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