Cardiovascular Report Fall 2010
For people with high-risk hearts, a better way to avoid medication downsides.
Although not all patients are candidates, Ashish Shah and colleagues are encouraged by the possibilities that are opening up.
Articles in this Issue
For people with high-risk hearts, there's a new way to sustain the muscle in the days following surgery.
At the Johns Hopkins Vein Center, most cases involve minimally invasive procedures for serious medical conditions.
A heart valve repair in your 90s doesn't always have to be out of the question.
How a minimally invasive approach may help some patients postpone the need for open surgery.
Sometimes it can take more than one ablation procedure to stop this life-threatening form of rapid heartbeat.