Finessing Success in Robotically Assisted Heart Surgery (Video)

Essentials for patients and referring physicians

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In the three-minute video below, three Cleveland Clinic cardiac surgeons with extensive expertise in robotically assisted mitral valve surgery — A. Marc Gillinov, MD; Stephanie Mick, MD; and Per Wierup, MD, PhD — share an exquisitely clear overview of the procedure for curious patients and referring physicians alike.

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