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TriStar Centennial Medical Center


October 06, 2015

Participants will be guided in the steps involved in successfully quitting smoking.

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September 28, 2015

The last thing Danny Keen, 58, felt like wearing after his quadruple bypass was a defibrillator vest.

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August 24, 2015

TriStar Spring Hill ER and TriStar Centennial Medical Center will team up on Wednesday, Aug. 26 with local emergency response organizations to stage a drill that will test preparedness for the treatment of patients with heart attack.

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July 09, 2015

TriStar Centennial Medical Center has received the American College of Cardiology's NCDR ACTION Registry–GWTG Gold Performance Achievement Award for 2015.

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June 22, 2015

Cardiologists at TriStar Centennial Heart & Vascular Center have implanted the WATCHMAN™, becoming one of only 40 programs in the nation to offer this life-saving treatment option.

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October 09, 2014

TriStar Centennial Medical Center is rolling out the pink carpet to host its second annual Power of Pink: Women’s Night Out event.

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October 07, 2014

The CDC estimates that more than 10% of adults in the United States—more than 20 million people—suffer from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Without treatment of CKD, your kidneys may stop working, a condition called kidney failure. Once this happens patients are faced with two options: dialysis or a kidney transplant.

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October 02, 2014

Novel Irrigated Multi-Electrode Catheter Ablation System is Designed to Reduce Procedure Time and Complexity Nashville, Tenn., October 2, 2014- TriStar Centennial Medical Center is currently enrolling patients in the reMARQable clinical study, which will assess the safety and effectiveness of the nMARQ™ Catheter System for the treatment of patients with drug-resistant, paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (Afib). The nMARQ™ System is a novel irrigated catheter ablation system that features a multi-electrode catheter designed to reduce procedure time and complexity. TriStar Centennial Medical Center is one of 26 sites in the U.S. and the first site in Tennessee to conduct this pivotal trial. In partnership with Sarah Cannon Research Institute’s (SCRI) cardiovascular research program, the study is being conducted by Gregory Bashian, M.D. and Chris Jones, M.D. with Centennial Heart Cardiovascular Consultants. “We are very excited to be the first center in the state to offer this new technology for our patients. Many of us have felt that this type of technology may advance our ability to achieve a permanent cure for the treatment of Afib,” said Chris Jones M.D., cardiac electrophysiologist for Centennial Heart Cardiovascular Consultants. During catheter ablation, doctors insert a therapeutic catheter through a small incision in the groin where it is then guided up to the heart through a blood vessel. Once it reaches the left upper chamber of the heart (left atrium), radiofrequency energy is delivered to the heart wall to create lesions that block faulty electrical impulses that can cause heart rhythm disorders. To treat atrial fibrillation (“Afib”), most electrophysiologists (EPs) today use a single electrode ablation irrigated catheter in a “point by point” manner in an attempt to create a continuous line of lesions around the openings of the pulmonary veins, located inside the upper left chamber of the heart (left atrium). The catheter’s single electrode tip applies radiofrequency (RF) energy to the heart wall to create lesions in the tissue. If the lesions or “points” are not properly connected around the pulmonary veins, abnormal electrical signals may escape through the gaps and the Afib may return – potentially requiring a repeat procedure. The nMARQ™ multi-electrode catheters are able to simultaneously create multiple lesions around the openings of the pulmonary veins with one application of power. The catheter is designed to help EPs efficiently complete procedures by reducing the number of power applications they would traditionally have to make around pulmonary vein openings with single electrode catheters. It features an adjustable loop design to accommodate a range of pulmonary vein sizes and is designed to reduce procedure time and complexity. “The nMARQ™ System is a promising new treatment option for patients with atrial fibrillation and we are looking forward to learning how its novel design might help the clinical community better serve patients in need of treatment,” said Gregory Bashian, M.D., cardiac electrophysiologist for Centennial Heart Cardiovascular Consultants. “Catheter ablation is a very effective treatment option for this patient population and we are always looking for new ways to improve clinical outcomes as well as procedural efficiency for this procedure.” Afib is the most common heart rhythm condition is the U.S. and is a leading cause of stroke among people 65 years and older. Afib causes the upper chambers of the heart, or atria, to beat rapidly and in an uncontrolled manner. Patients with Afib often experience reduced quality of life and have symptoms such as a rapid pulse, confusion, dizziness, fainting, fatigue and shortness of breath. Afib is a progressive disease and may increase in severity and frequency if left untreated. Those interested in learning more about the reMARQable (nMARQ™ Pulmonary Vein Isolation System for the Treatment of Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation) study or speaking with a physician to see whether they or someone they know might be candidates for participating in this clinical trial may contact Centennial Heart Cardiovascular Consultants at (615) 515-1900. The nMARQ™ Circular Catheter is approved for investigational device use only and is not available for sale in the U.S.

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April 30, 2014

TriStar Centennial is pleased to announce that Kaysha M. Hervey, has been appointed Medical Staff Director for TriStar Centennial Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn.

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April 25, 2014

Southern Joint Replacement Institute and TriStar Centennial Medical Center announced today the relocation of Southern Joint Replacement Institute's practice to the TriStar Centennial Medical Center campus.

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