Experts advise on developments to look for in the transcatheter space when it comes to managing diseases of the mitral, tricuspid and pulmonary valves.
The next waves of progress in transcatheter aortic valve replacement are likely to involve expanding indications, valve refinements and new accessory treatments.
Got a patient who’s curious about robotically assisted heart surgery? Share the essentials — and some reassurance — with this richly visual three-minute video.
An otherwise healthy 56-year-old needs mitral valve repair and is referred for MitraClip placement despite having low surgical risk. How to meet his expectations for a minimally invasive repair?
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The dramatic case of a 56-year-old with an ICD for radiation-associated heart disease shows why performing high-risk lead extractions in a hybrid OR with surgical backup can be critical.
The mitral valve poses anatomic challenges to transcatheter treatment that the aortic valve doesn’t. Here’s a glimpse into six ongoing studies designed to overcome them.
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.