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The Road to a Successful Women’s Heart Clinic 

The Road to a Successful Women’s Heart Clinic
The Road to a Successful Women’s Heart Clinic

Darcy H. Theisen

and Bobbi L. Hoppe

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date: 04 December 2021

Despite a growing body of scientific evidence highlighting the sex-associated differences in cardiac pathophysiology and a growing body of major randomized clinical trials, very few clinics are specifically dedicated to the care of women who have cardiovascular issues, including rhythm disorders. The importance of developing clinics devoted to the advancement of women’s cardiovascular health cannot be understated. Through the development of dedicated clinics, the advancement of women’s cardiovascular health can continue. In this chapter, we share our experience and business plan that culminated in a successful women’s heart clinic in the metropolitan area of Minneapolis-St Paul, Minnesota.

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