Judith Hodge sees people with heart disease every day. As a staff member of the Fort Sanders Heart Center, she well knows the signs and symptoms of a heart attack. But, when Judith herself began experiencing chest pains off and on, she dismissed the warning signs.
She spent the night in the hospital and in the morning interventional cardiologist Dr. Joshua Todd performed a transradial cardiac catheterization. Judith learned that one of the arteries at the back of her heart was 95 percent blocked.
Read the full story of how Dr. Joshua Todd treated Judith Hodge with transradial cardiac catheterization.