In October, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi became the first hospital in the United Arab Emirates – and the youngest hospital ever – to achieve Magnet® designation.
Reports of quadruple valve replacements are exceedingly rare. Here are details on the world’s latest successful case, performed in a 22-year-old with acute infective endocarditis.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi recently performed four solid organ transplants, including the UAE’s first liver, lung and heart transplants from deceased donors and several kidney transplants, making it the first and only multi-organ transplant facility in the UAE.
The 2014 study report that gave an edge to valve replacement over repair for severe ischemic mitral regurgitation appears to have impacted real-world practice, a new analysis shows.
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Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi achieves medical milestone, completing the United Arab Emirates’ first full heart transplant.
Three Cleveland Clinic cardiac surgeons explain why the answer is “yes” in the wake of a new JACC study showing just how much volume and experience matter in mitral valve surgery.
Findings from the Perceval IDE trial will broaden use of the sutureless valve to more patients at low risk from surgery. The lead investigator explains why that’s a natural fit.
For a young Canadian with anterior leaflet mitral valve prolapse, the opportunity to undergo robotically assisted valve repair close to his family in the Middle East just couldn’t be beat.
A few of the renowned cardiac surgeons and cardiologists recruited to Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi explain why the UAE is an ideal fit for bringing emerging heart techniques and technologies to the Middle East.
Robotic and catheter-based techniques promise to make mitral valve repair and replacement less invasive than ever. But how effective are they, and are robotic approaches ready to go mainstream?