Cardiorespiratory fitness is a major factor influencing the obesity paradox in heart failure. Our experts reviewed the available evidence to guide patient counseling on an evolving issue.
Our heart surgeons share advice on how to avoid postcardiotomy shock and help ensure success with coronary bypass in patients with left ventricular failure due to ischemic cardiomyopathy.
A team of nurses from Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital conducted a study aimed at understanding the relationship between heart failure and quality of life issues.
ACNO Dr. Nancy Albert offers her perspectives on heart failure awareness and the work of the Heart Failure Society of America.
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Heart failure expert and executive nurse leader Dr. Nancy Albert discusses the information card innovation that helps heart failure patients transition from hospital to home, reduces readmissions and more.
An investigational procedure with percutaneous and minimally invasive surgical components promises a new treatment option for a heart failure population with limited alternatives.
Cleveland Clinic Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute reaches healthcare leaders in China meeting the needs of healthcare leaders with virtualized solutions.
Looking for a benchmark for your heart failure or electrophysiology program? Check out some of our key volume and outcome statistics from these subspecialties in this dynamic infographic.
A new JACC statement makes the case for earlier referral of patients with advanced heart failure. Our experts review the recommendations and the rationale behind them.
A large case series shows that catheter ablation of refractory ventricular arrhythmia in patients with cardiogenic shock can allow for liberation from mechanical support in most cases.