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Each day, your heart beats about 100,000 times. Over a 70-year lifetime, that adds up to 2.5 billion pulses.

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As a renowned and leading Western Australian Cardiologist Dr Janssen can proviode complete  Cardiac Risk Factor Evaluation and evaluation.
A thorough evaluation starting with an interview and physical exam to determine if further testing (lab work or other diagnostic testing) is indicated to reduce the odds of cardiac events or disease in the future. This can be “primary prevention” (no known history of heart disease but perhaps risk factors warranting concern such as family history of heart disease) or “secondary prevention” in someone with a known history of heart disease or problems.
Our office is equipped with the newest technology allowing us to assess how healthy your arteries are. Rather than just treating your cholesterol or treating a “number,” we can assess whether your arteries have the beginning of disease so we can directly treat your arteries to keep them healthy.
 There are circumstances where your cardiovascular health is part of a legal issue or disputed in a workers compensation claim.  Also here Dr Janssen might be able to offer expert advice.

Understanding your heart

Six Important Things About Your Heart

Adult heart beats about 10,000 times each day 01.

Do the math, and that’s at least about one beat per second, or 60 to 100 times per minute, according to American Heart Association.

Age and fitness level affect your heart rate 02.

Generally, as children grow or adults get fitter, the heart rates gets slower.

Heart disease isn’t only the number one killer of men, it’s also the top killer for women 03.

Your heart doesn’t care if you’re from Mars or Venus.

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04. Want to know how big your heart is? Make a fist.

Heart size depends on the size of the person as well as the condition of their heart. Generally speaking, a healthy heart is about the size of the person’s fist.

05. Your heart rate drops while you sleep.

At night, it’s common for heart rates to drop below 60bpm.

06. Heart attack symptoms are different for men and women.

Although heart disease is an equal opportunity killer, symptoms of heart attack show up differently in men versus women.

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