Charles L Mesh, MD
Specialty: Vascular Surgery
Location and Office HoursCardiac Vascular & Thoracic Surgeons Inc
Cincinnati, OH 45209
- monday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
- tuesday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
- wednesday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
- thursday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM
- Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield
- Buckeye Community Health Plan
- CIGNA HealthCare
- Choice Care/Humana
- Humana Health Plan
- Medical Mutual of Ohio/HMO Health Ohio
- Molina Healthcare of Ohio
- United Healthcare
- Bethesda North Hospital
- Christ Hospital
- Cincinnati VA Medical Center
- Clinton Memorial Hospital
- Jewish Hospital
- Mercy Hospital Anderson
- Mercy Hospital Clermont
- Mercy Hospital Fairfield
- Mercy Hospital Mt Airy
- Mercy Hospital Western Hills
- Select Specialty Hospital
- St Elizabeth Medical Center South Unit
- St Luke Hospital East
- St Luke Hospital West
- University of New Mexico Hospital
How do peripheral arterial and peripheral vascular disease differ?
PAD (peripheral arterial disease) is specific to arterial blockages that are more common. PVD (peripheral vascular disease) refers both to arterial and venous problems.
What arteries travel through the elbow joint?
Three arteries travel through the elbow joint. They are the brachial artery, which branches into the deep brachial artery, and the ulnar recurrent and medial recurrent arteries.
(This answer provided for NATA by the Southern Utah University Athletic Training Education Program.)
How does exercise benefit heart health in women?
Women who walk or do other exercise daily experience less cardiovascular aging. They have fewer heart attacks and strokes, lower blood pressure, and higher blood levels of heart-protective high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol. The heart-healthy benefits of being physically active add up fast. In as little as 90 days, doctors can actually measure the age-reducing effects of regular exercise.
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