Jacqueline Eubany, MD

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

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Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

Cardiovascular Disease

438 East Katella Avenue, Orange, CA 92867, USA

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Dr Jacqueline Eubany is a board certified cardiologist and electrophysiologist, who is currently practicing medicine in Orange County, California. She attended the University of California Riverside for her undergraduate studies, and Boston University for medical school. She joined the United States Navy after medical school and completed most of her medical training in the US Navy. While working as a physician in the US Navy, her clinic was responsible for the healthcare of Active Duty Military, including wounded war veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and members of congress. She served in the United States Navy for twelve years. She was inducted as a fellow in the prestigious American College of Cardiology, and in the Heart Rhythm Society. She is an active member in other distinguished societies, and has served on several advisory boards related to heart disease. She has been invited to be the guest speaker for several heart health events because she has a major interest in women’s heart health. Dr. Eubany has visited over 50 countries, and enjoys scuba diving, horseback riding, biking and reading about world history.

Education

  • MD: Boston University School of Medicine

  • Internship: Naval Medical Center San Diego (Internal Medicine)

  • Residency: Naval Medical Center San Diego (Internal Medicine)

  • Fellowship: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (Cardiovascular Disease)

  • Fellowship: George Washington University (Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology)

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Internal Medicine

  • Cardiovascular DiseaseAmerican Board of Internal Medicine

  • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

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Heart Attack – Exercise Stress Test

An exercise stress test is an an indirect way of determining how much blockage you have in your heart. Like I mentioned earlier, a heart attack happens when you have complete blockage of the heart,...

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Heart Attack – Lifestyle Changes

You can decrease your risk of having a heart attack by up to 80% by implementing some simple lifestyle changes. We say eating a heart healthy diet. These are usually foods that are rich in...

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Heart Attack – Long Term Medication

Medications that you most likely remain on indefinitely after you’ve had a heart attack, include aspirin, a medication for cholesterol, which most likely is a statin medication, medications for blood pressure, like a Beta blocker....

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Heart Attack – Medication After Stents

Once you’ve undergone a cardiac cath and you’ve had a stent placed, you usually put on blood thinners to prevent acute occlusion of the stents. You’re usually put on aspirin and another antiplatelet agent. It’s...

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Heart Attack – Medication Side Effects

One side effect of a statin or cholesterol medication is that of a muscle pain and muscle ache. This side effect is pretty rare, but can be deadly. If you’re taking a statin and you...

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Heart Attack – Organizations

For more information about heart attacks or any ailments involving the heart, you can visit the American Heart Association website.

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Heart Attack – Prevention

Prevention of a heart attack is key. Knowing your risk factors and being able to decrease your risk factors, we can really decrease your risk for having a heart attack by up to 80%. Some...

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Heart Attack – Similar Symptoms

The classic symptom of a heart attack includes the left sided chest pressure that radiates down the arm associated with shortness of breath. But there’s some symptoms that are not quite typical for heart attack,...

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Heart Attack – Surgery Complications

Some complications associated with the coronary artery procedure includes bleeding, infection, you can actually have a heart attack while having this procedure. There’s also a risk of stroke and there’s the risk associated with the...

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Heart Attack – Surgery Recovery

Recovery for after a bypass surgery varies with different patients. You’re usually in the hospital for one week post surgery and then you require longer term rehab after that. The recovery time after a stent...

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