Fifty years ago, U.S. adults were far more likely to die of heart disease. A new multimedia timeline spotlights advances since 1967 that helped change that.
More than 30 expert faculty gather in Cleveland Nov. 3 to explore the state of the art in CABG and PCI via “How I Do It Videos,” pro/con debates and more.
The nation’s No. 1 hospital in heart care adds the top-rated children’s hospital to its national network to broaden access to superior pediatric heart care for contracted employers and payers.
The newly approved Inspiris Resilia valve broadens options for aortic valve replacement patients in whom durability is a priority. Plus it’s designed to ease eventual valve-in-valve procedures, if needed.
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“Controversies in the Management of Cardiovascular Disease” touches on the hottest topics in current practice across nine hours on Oct. 6. Here’s why it’s not to be missed.
“Once you have an indication for surgery for IE, there’s no advantage in delaying it.” That’s just one of the pearls shared by Dr. Pettersson in this interview on the new guidelines he co-chaired.
Determining when to operate on patients with a dilated proximal ascending aorta and trileaflet aortic valve may have just gotten easier, thanks to a new analysis.
When a cardiac surgeon at UPMC Susquehanna found a cardiac tumor in an unsettling location in a patient, he turned to Cleveland Clinic for an additional take on whether it could be safely resected.
In this intraoperative video, master surgeon Lars Svensson walks us through intricate highlights of his modified version of valve-preserving aortic root aneurysm repair.
Colleagues of the late interventional cardiologist Patrick Whitlow, MD, give a sense of why he was honored with the prestigious Master Clinical Operator Award at this year’s Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics conference.