For The Public / Visitors

Resources for patients and visitors to our Program:

Cardiac Rehabilitation
Heart Failure Program - Heart Failure Support Group
Heart Failure Group Teaching 2019/2020
Patient Guide to Thoracic Stent Grafts (TEVAR) Just the Facts
Living With Heart Failure Resource Book
Manitoba Thoracic Aortic Virtual Clinic
Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator and Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Implantation - A guide for patients and families - English
Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator and Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Implantation - A guide for patients and families - French
Living Well with Heart Disease: A guide for people with coronary artery disease
Pacemaker Implantation - English
Pacemaker Implantation - Francais
Cardiac Electrophysiology Studies and Ablation Procedures for the Treatment of Abnormal Heart Rhythms: A Patient and Family Guide - English
Cardiac Electrophysiology Studies and Ablation Procedures for the Treatment of Abnormal Heart Rhythms: A Patient and Family Guide - French
Patient Family Care Guide Acute Myocardial Infarction
Patient Information Guidelines - English
Patient Information Guidelines - Français
TAVI Information
VIDEO: "After Your Heart Attack How Are You Doing?"
VIDEO: "Keeping the Beat with Physiotherapy"
VIDEO: "Moving Safely After Heart Surgery"
VIDEO: "Success With Heart Failure - 3 Key Steps"
VIDEO: "Your Heart Your Health: A Patient's Guide to Heart Surgery"
VIDEO: "Preparing For Your Pacemaker Implantation"
VIDEO: "L'implantation d'un stimulateur cardiaque"

Other Resources

Next Steps
Heart Fair

A post - hospital discharge information session for patients with a cardiac diagnosis, the Heart Fair is held once a month at St. Boniface General Hospital.


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Cardiac
Surgery
Infection
Risk Update

In October 2016, SBGH and Cardiac Sciences began notifying adult patients who had open heart surgery in Winnipeg since 2012 about a potential infection risk related to their surgery.

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A production of the St. Boniface Hospital & Research Foundation and CJOB Radio, click to listen to episodes featuring staff from the Cardiac Sciences Program.

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