A young man with biventricular dysfunction and severe malperfusion to multiple organs is put on ECMO and Impella support. Despite Impella malfunction and subsequent stroke, he recovered to undergo heart-kidney transplant.
Check out this graphic recap of our latest volume and outcomes data in heart transplant, LVAD use, arrhythmia ablation, lead extractions and more.
At Cleveland Clinic Florida, the innovative combination of a temporary left ventricular assist device and bariatric sleeve gastrectomy enabled a patient with Class 3 obesity and advanced heart failure to lose enough weight to receive a heart transplant.
Pediatric cardiologist discusses the impact of outcomes-based research to improve outcomes for children with end-stage heart failure and reduce disparities in health outcomes.
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A new review of evidence is likely to shape guideline updates on an unaddressed but increasingly common issue in the care of heart transplant candidates and patients.
We’re involved with NIH-funded multicenter projects deploying computer algorithms and machine learning to better predict cardiac allograft rejection and improve characterization of a rare cardiomyopathy.
Cleveland Clinic Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute reaches healthcare leaders in China meeting the needs of healthcare leaders with virtualized solutions.
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 fetal echo in the third trimester showed left ventricular dilation, poor aortic valve function and severe mitral regurgitation. Is it a left ventricular aneurysm or dilated cardiomyopathy?
The first-ever cohort study to describe outcomes through adolescence among neonates with aortic atresia according to initial treatment finds a survival edge with primary heart transplant.