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
Appointments please call:
518-292-6004
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

The Polypill

The history of the Polypill began in 1999 when the idea of combining medicines to combat cardiovascular disease was first proposed. Two recent studies have shown its ability to lower blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and cardiovascular outcomes. Dr. Robert Bento, Director of Clinical Research at Capital Cardiology Associates, explains the potential of the polypill for high-risk patients.

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The Future of Vaping Bans

Since entering the market in 2006, e-cigarettes and vaping were once viewed as a “less harmful” aid to help smokers curb or quit their nicotine habit. This is no longer true. We look back on the headlines from 2019 to examine future vaping bans in New York State.

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Benefits of Cardiovascular Exercise

Regular cardiovascular exercise can help people with normal blood pressure maintain healthy blood pressure levels, allowing our heart to pump more efficiently and protecting our blood vessels. The good news is: you don’t need to spend a lot of money to reap the benefits of a great workout.

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Diabetes Awareness Month

As diabetes is becoming more prevalent in our communities, culturally, there is a concern that adults are treating their diagnoses as a condition that can be managed with medication, not as a disease that can cause long-term damage if left untreated.

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Connecting with youth on their vascular health

“I’m trying to teach people about vascular health and vascular disease and how this impacts all of us as we get older,” said Dr. Manish Mehta. In 2004, Dr. Mehta founded the Center for Vascular Awareness (CVA), a non-profit organization. Today, he’s reached over 3,000 area high schoolers on V-Healthy Day.

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Eating Fresh and Healthy for your Heart

Heart healthy tips for dinning out or meal planning. What is a superfood and what makes them “super?” Plus, how can home cooks please picky eaters? We ask our nutrition expert!

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Pacemakers and Implantable Devices

An estimated 1.5 million Americans have a pacemaker today. “I tell people if pacemakers are like cruise control, the defibrillators are like the airbag in your car,” Maryellen King, NP explained. If you have a dangerously fast or rapid heartbeat, you would be a candidate for an ICD.

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Heart Failure in People Under 65

The term heart failure is easily confused with cardiac arrest, which is when your heart suddenly stops beating. Heart failure is the result of long-term heart disease, that can start with poor lifestyle choices made younger in life. Dr. Heather Stahura highlights the importance of controlling high blood pressure.

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