Troy Office

Capital Cardiology Associates office in the Samaritan’s Medical Arts Building

Samaritan’s Medical Arts Building
2231 Burdett Ave.
Troy, NY 12180
Main office 518-292-6200
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Hours of Operation
Weekdays, excluding major Holidays, 8AM – 4:30PM

Call 519-292-6004 for appointments

The Troy office is conveniently located in the Samaritan’s Medical Arts Building adjacent to the Samaritan Hospital campus, with access to the CDTA bus line.

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News from Capital Cardiology Associates

The latest updates and happenings

National Wear Red Day

National Wear Red Day is the first Friday in February, where women are encouraged to wear red to raise awareness about heart disease being the number one killer of women. “This is something that is personally dear to my heart,” stated Dr. Heather Stahura. “The staggering thing is, 1 out of every 3 women will die of a cardiovascular disease issue over the span of their lives. That’s our sisters, our mothers, our daughters, our friends. I think that is what the Go Red for Women (movement) is about: informing us of our risk, starting that conversation with our doctor, and making the change to live our healthiest life.”

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TEE Cardioversion Milestone

The TEE Cardioversion Suite at Capital Cardiology Associates celebrated its 1000th procedure, 20 months after seeing their first patient Dr. Jeffrey Uzzilia said, “It is the best feeling to come to work every day knowing that everyone wants to do the same thing: do what’s best for our patients.”

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The Life of Heart Transplant Survivor

David Gray is a heart transplant survivor. “My new life is that I visit heart patients. I go to Westchester Medical Hospital every week. I talk with patients who come through from Capital Cardiology, I spend twelve hours a day down there,” David said.

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Study Links Weight History With Congestive Heart Failure

On top of their being no cure for congestive heart failure, the condition is one of the most common infirmities affecting adults over 40 years old with more than 200,000 cases being diagnosed in the US every year. “Unfortunately what we are seeing more common these days are patients in their 50’s and 60’s with congestive heart failure,” states Dr. Connor Healey, a board-certified cardiologist with Capital Cardiology Associates. And for younger patients who receive the diagnosis, “The real scary thing is the overall expected lifespan is five years.”

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Inside Open Heart Surgery

Thousands of open heart surgeries are performed every day in the United States. “I would say there are two major ways a patient would present the need for an open heart surgery procedure or CABG,” says Dr. Lance Sullenberger. “The first would begin with a visit to your cardiologist.”

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Alcohol and Heart Disease

One of the most common questions heart disease patients are asked by their doctor is, “How much alcohol do you consume?” The American Heart Association recommends no more than one drink per day for women and two for men.

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The Only to Offer WATCHMAN in the Capital Region

“We have implanted over 100 WATCHMAN devices, and Capital Cardiology Associates is the only center in the Capital Region offering this procedure,” stated Dr. Augustin DeLago. The WATCHMAN is a permanent implant device for patients with atrial fibrillation or AFib.

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How the Flu Affects People with Heart Disease

Fact: People who get the flu shot lower their heart attack risk by about 36%. “Basically the additional stress on your body in fighting the infection makes you more susceptible to a heart attack,” states Dr. Brion Winston.

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