Corks N Kegs
Sponsored by CardioSolutions
Place: Sandy Ridge Winery & Mercantile
Norwalk, OH 44857
Cost: $160 per couple or $90 ea.
Date: May 7th,2021
Time: 5:30 – hors d’oeuvres, 6:00 food & wine pairings, throughout the evening entertainment, 50/50 drawing, & Silent Auction
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In Support of the Fisher-Titus Cardiac Cath Lab
To support new technology, equipment and redesign for a state-of-the-art Cardiac Cath lab (for heath and vascular procedures), and a new cardiac monitoring system for the Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehab Center. Total project cost is $1.2 million.
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In 2021, the Snyder/White Heart and Vascular Center at the Fisher-Titus Medical Center will renovate a cardiac catheterization laboratory and will replace the cardiac monitoring system for Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab.
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The Cardiac Cath Lab will be upgraded with a suite of state-of- the-art technology to provide better and safer care. Providing excellent heart and vascular care locally is important given the prevalence of heart and vascular disease and emergencies in our community.
Cardiac Cath Lab Equipment, Integration, & Technology
The present Cardiac Cath Lab was designed before many of today’s procedures were being performed here. The new Cardiac Cath Lab will support the next 10 years of excellence in cardiovascular care in the community by investing in:
Integrated HD technology and equipment to bring all images together on one large HD screen with high-res images of arteries and veins during procedures. A ceiling mounted “C arm” and operating table that integrates with all technology and equipment
Cardiac Rehab Equipment & Integration
An important part of recovery for our heart, vascular, and pulmonary patients is cardiac and pulmonary rehab to safely build back strength and stamina in a safe, monitored environment. In 2019 and 2020, pulmonary and cardiac rehab patients logged 16,050 hours of rehab. Improvements will include:
New lightweight telemetry (vitals) monitors and integrated technology to improve comfort and safety
Improved progress monitoring and physician updates