Cardiology with Dr. Aseem Malhotra

Dr. Aseem Malhotra, physician, cardiologist, medical researcher and author.

Link to Aseem’s You Tube channel (subscribe to help distribution of this work)

Link to evidence based medicine event on 7th November.

Recent papers from Aseem

Part 1

Part 2

So the heart is a muscular structure, tell us about this muscle

What happens if this myocardium becomes inflammed?

What can cause myocarditis?

How would you recognise myocarditis?

What are the possible outcomes of myocarditis?

How much myocarditis are we seeing now and has this incidence changed of late?

Then much the same series of questions for pericarditis

Getting back to the myocardium, if this is an actively contractile muscle, I guess it needs a good blood supply?

What can go wrong with these coronary arteries?

What is this atherosclerosis and atheroma?

How long does it take for this furring up of the coronary arteries to develop?

Any changes in the rate of development in recent times?

What is a coronary arterial plaque, how can this lead to clots?

Can inflammatory processes lead to plaque instability?

What is a MI, is this the same as a heart attack?

What is a cardiac arrest?

How would a cardiac arrest be treated?

What is the difference between a heart attack and heart failure?

Written by Dr. John Campbell

Hello Everyone,My name is John Campbell and I am a retired Nurse Teacher and A and E nurse based in England. I also do some teaching in Asia and Africa when time permits. These videos are to help students to learn the background to all forms of health care. My PhD focused on the development of open learning resources for nurses nationally and internationally.


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  1. It must be difficult for both these proud men of integrity and skills to accept that much of their once valued medical profession is utterly corrupted. We've all undergone an avalanche of blatant lies over the last 2 years. Lies by medical authorities, pharma, politicians and the media. Recent months have revealed basic truths. 'Red pilled' we call it.

  2. I'm following Dr Campbell for a few months and Dr Malhontra only appeared in my radar lately. At the moment I understand that both of you, didn't want to go where you are now. What is strange, why didn't you study, investigate all these new mrna injections and listen a lot of doctors and cientists, before you made a lot of people take these horrible products???? I comend you that you change, but a LITTLE TO LATE. Next time study, investigate and debate, BEFORE YOU ADVISE PEOPLE TO TAKE PRODUCTS.

  3. Thank you so much John a brilliant discussion and very well explained by the fabulous Dr Malhotra who is like you John doing wonderful work with the situation that we now find ourselves in

  4. Next time they offer You a vaccine that was only tested for 12 weeks, what should You do?….

  5. So the heart responds to the blood, is that right? Rather than viewing it as some indifferent ‘pump’ it is in fact responding extremely sensitivity to the nature of the blood it has going through it? So if there’s too much sugar, bacteria or chemicals in the blood, (or shock fright and extreme stress) producing contractions on various organs including the heart then heart attack, stroke cardiac arrest can occur.

  6. I’d like to hear Aseem discuss his most complex theories as regards the heart, and what’s challenged him the most in terms of what is commonly taught about the heart and what he has deduced himsel or learned from someone

  7. Hi John, hope you are going to read this. Good interview, but one really really important point missing. Yes, there are 3 main arteries in the heart. But: there are also thousands of smaller vessels, so-called collaterals. Through exercise and Enhanced external counterpulsation (EECP) treatment the collaterals can take over some of the work and the flow of blood to all of the heart tissues continues. This should be emphasized because otherwise people think that an occlusion of one of the 3 main vessels automatically means death.

  8. I'm surprised that you have given Malhotra a platform for his biased disinformation campaign.
    Evidence-based medical science has become a delusion. Malhotra is an example of that.

  9. Yes its frustrating that these two did not see the truth earlier but we all arrive at the truth at different times. I was alerted to the Covid vaccine lies very early because I had already investigated vaccines in general. I learnt (finally) the truth about Dr Andrew Wakefield about 7 years ago, having previously gone along with all the propaganda. I advise anyone who still believes Wakefield is a charlatan to look into it. He is a totally maligned man who simply took the concerns of parents seriously and wanted to investigate connections between autism and bowel disease. This led on to discoveries about the effects of the MMR. Anyway, I can't tell the whole story here but I advise anyone else with an open mind to look into it. The vaccine industry is corrupt and rabidly greedy. They will stop at nothing. They rely on bargain basement science and refuse to acknowledge the harm done to our children from too many vaccines, given too young. A good book to start with is by Dr Richard Halvorsen, who offers an individually tailored vaccine schedule for your child. HIs book is called "Vaccines. Making the right choice for your child".

  10. 26:02 Dr Benjamin bikman, has found that Insulin resistance is also responsible for cells to grow faster this includes cancer cells and can be closely connected to breast cancer colon cancer and prostate cancer.

  11. Where two medical experts have to almost speak in code and refer to the V word as a pharmacological intervention, to avoid censorship is a sad day for freedom…

  12. This intervention is still circulating and doing god knows what damage. I believe other issues will show up as time goes by with a intervention Pharma has since the early 2000s. More than enough time to know exactly what this intervention will do to the human body. It’s exactly why not being able to Sue was worked into this very early into the game.

  13. Thank you doctors for the very informative discussion.
    I had myocardial infarction in Dec of 2018 and had three stents placed and the L. A. D. was bypassed in Oct 2019 using the L. I. M. A. procedure.
    I do not have a family history and was physically very fit upto 2013, when a workplace injury was treated with two surgeries in 2015. One was on the left shoulder and the other was the C4-C5, C5-C6 deiscectomy with fusion.
    All my indicators (blood pressure, cholesterol) were perfect.
    My B. M. I is 24.
    When I questioned my cardiologist, he simply put it down to bad luck!
    My own research indicated that a person who has undergone a major non cardio surgery has an increased risk of having a heart attack in the future.
    Could my two surgeries in 2015 be responsible for my myocardial infarction in 2018?

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