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Go Red has come and gone, but that doesn't mean we've stopped caring about women’s heart-health. On February 27, 2014, we'll be hosting a Women’s Heart Event at the Regina M. McGinn, MD Education Center to give women a shot at tests and info about the #1 killer of women in the U.S. - heart disease. Dr. Marcin Kowalksi will be debuting the newest weapon in the fight against heart disease on Staten Island, the S-ICD System, a new under-the-skin (not in the heart) defibrillator that senses arrhythmias and shocks the heart into a normal rhythm to prevent sudden cardiac death. “Primary prevention is very important in treatment of sudden cardiac death and not enough people are aware of such an important treatment as a defibrillator,” said Dr. Kowalski in a recent NY1 interview. Free blood pressure, BMI, and other heart-related screenings will be available. Check out our NY1 GoRed coverage and visit our website for upcoming information: www.siuh.edu

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