Do good blood oxygen levels indicate a healthy heart?

Good enough. Normal blood oxygen saturation levels means nothing is immediately broken. That doesn't mean everything is in tip top shape. There are many pulmonary, cardiac, and hematologic causes of low blood oxygen levels and the "pulse ox" as we sometimes call it, helps us know when these conditions are getting better.
Heart disease. Good blood oxygen levels indicate adequate lung, chart and blood function to achieve those levels. Abnormalities of the heart are possible within this statement.

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73 year old woman with healthy heart and lungs has been put on oxygen because of low oxygen stat. It will drop for no reason to 70's then go up.

Hypoxia. Need more info - why is the O2 sat being monitored in an otherwise healthy pt. Read more...
Faulty reading. The most important step to assessing low oxygen is to make sure the pulse oximeter is reading correctly. Pulse oximeters can be effected by nail polish, skin temperature and other things. A common cause of low oxygen is shunting. Sitting for long periods, obesity and shallow breathing due to pain can decrease the amount of lung used for oxygen exchange. . Read more...

Getting a skipped heart beat here and there while resting, dangerous or of concern? My tests indicate a healthy heart structure and rhythm.

Not dangerous. Occasional palpitations are not worrisome. In fact, to some extent the fact that your heart can skip beats and get back to normal rhythm right away is a good sign that your system is working normally and can withstand more irregularity than those who don't have these. Sounds like you have good medical followup. Good luck, and don't worry. Read more...

What is a healthy heart rate for women who are in good shape?

Depends . Your age and general health, medication profile, and exercise routine are extremely important to address this question. Additionally, your use of caffeine and chocolate will impact your heart rate. Your rate should be between 60-80 beats per minute. Read more...

What would be a good healthy heart rate for a 53 yr old just doing daily activities? RHR 50s/60s. Is upper 90s-lower 100s too high?

Max HR based on age. When we perform stress tests, we generally try to obtain as close to maximum as possible calculated as 220 minus your age so for you: that would be 167. I tell my patients that they should achieve at least 85% of maximum during maximal effort and to ease down once that heart rate is achieved. As one becomes more conditioned, it takes longer to achieve that peak heart rate. Read more...

Could you tell me what are good foods and vitamins for getting a healthy heart and improving circulation?

Save Money. You most certainly don't need to supplement with vitamins (unless it's vitamin d, and even then it's a hard maybe). Study after study has found no benefit. Fish oils seems to be pretty great, but only in high doses of >3gm/day of the dha/epa. Google "mediterranean diet" and have a look at this: http://www.Webmd.Com/diet/features/what-to-know-about-omega-3s-and-fish. Read more...

I am 84 yr old female w/very healthy heart. I had rather not follow any heart diet. I would prefer to follow a good diabetic diet. Where to find one?

Diet for diabetes. I prefer that term to "Diabetic" At 84 if you do not have diabetes you are lucky and enjoy for the next 20 years. If you do have diabetes and have concerns see if you can get a dietitian to see you at your home or at the doctor's office. Read more...
ADA. You can find much useful information on the American Diabetic Association (ADA) website, www.diabetes.org. Read more...