Cardiac Surgery

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What’s the Role of Preemptive Advanced Mechanical Circulatory Support in Cardiac Surgery?

Preoperative Impella 5.5 placement can provide a critical safety net for high-risk patients

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Mitral Valve Re-Repair for Degenerative Disease Found Safe and Durable

Cleveland Clinic series supports re-repair as a favored option regardless of failure timing

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Infective Endocarditis Due to Opioid Addiction: Two Diseases, Highly Divergent Outcomes

Cleveland Clinic study points to need for new strategies to curb addiction relapse

tumor in an upper chamber of the heart

Excellent Outcomes Achievable With Surgical Resection of Benign Cardiac Tumors

Recurrences were rare and survival robust in large Cleveland Clinic study

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Takeaways From Updated STS Guidelines for Surgical Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation

Concomitant AF ablation and LAA occlusion strongly endorsed during elective heart surgery

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Early Referral for Enlarged Roots Critical to Prevent Residual AR After Aortic Root Replacement With Valve Reimplantation

Residual AR related to severe preoperative AR increases risk of progression, need for reoperation

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Low Mortality Is Possible in Elective Multivalve Cardiac Reoperations

Volume-based experience and judicious patient selection are central to success

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Introducing Our Newest Cardiothoracic Surgeons

Four recent hires add bench strength and diversity to meet complex patient needs

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Outcomes of Mitral Valve Re-Repair for Early Recurrent Posterior Leaflet Prolapse

Cleveland Clinic series shows re-repair is feasible with excellent midterm results

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Patient-Reported Outcomes Improved With Myectomy for Obstructive HCM

But improvements didn’t correlate closely with physician-assigned NYHA class, study finds

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