Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) in Lexington

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) is a treatment protocol for surgeries that helps patients return to their daily routine faster. By following the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery program, Baptist Health supports your post-operative recovery.

Participating in the CREST 2 Study

Baptist Health Lexington participates in the CREST 2 study alongside the NIH to determine the best method for reducing the chance of stroke. Learn more about the study from this video.

Heart Attack Emergency Treatment at Baptist Health

When it comes to heart attack treatment, urgency is extremely important. Cardiologist Azher Aslam explains more about how to identify heart attack symptoms, how to act quickly, and why it matters.

Coronary Artery Disease: Diagnosis & Treatments

What is Coronary Artery Disease? Understand coronary artery disease causes, risk factors, and cures through this short video. Education is the first step to creating healthy habits and preventing conditions. Learn more today.

How to Prevent a Heart Attack in Lexington

Dr. Azhar Aslam, MD discusses heart attack prevention and what patients can do to help avoid heart disease. Learn more with this video from Baptist Health Lexington.

New Medications after a Heart Attack in Lexington

Dr. Robert Sawyer, MD discusses advances in medication for patients who've suffered a heart attack. Learn more about post heart attack medication with this video from Baptist Health Lexington.

Utilizing SpyGlass Technology with Endoscopy Procedures in Lexington

Baptist Health uses SpyGlass technology in endoscopy procedures that examine the bile ducts and pancreas. Learn how SpyGlass procedures assist with the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal conditions, such as gallstones.

Screening for Breast Cancer in Lexington

Baptist Health recommends getting your first mammogram screening by age forty. Learn more about how to take action and schedule a breast exam with us.

The Importance of Vaccines

Learn about vaccine safety and the importance of vaccines in preventing outbreaks of diseases such as influenza, measles and whooping cough.

Team Approach to Gastrointestinal Cancer in Lexington

As Gastrointestinal Cancer becomes more aggressive, so must our approach. At Baptist Health, we solicit a full team of doctors to provide our patients with the best stomach cancer treatment. Learn more about the signs of stomach cancer and how our team provides individualized care.

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