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Stanford Health Care Offers Targeted Heart Services Designed for Women
Women often experience heart symptoms differently than men. Stanford Medicine faculty use advanced diagnostics to pinpoint the source of symptoms. We routinely offer additional testing to detect common causes of chest pain in women. Our doctors also specialize in treating atypical heart attacks. Women may experience a heart attack without blocked arteries. Some people have the opposite, 100% blocked arteries, called chronic occlusions. Listen to Dr. Jennifer Tremmel, director of Women’s Heart Health and the Chronic Total Occlusion Program, discuss the advanced heart care provided at Stanford Health Care. Learn more: Women’s Heart Health https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-clinics/womens-heart-health.html Catheterization Angiography Laboratory https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-clinics/cath-lab.html Jennifer Tremmel, MD Interventional cardiologist Director of Women’s Heart Health Director of Chronic Total Occlusion Program https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/t/jennifer-tremmel.html