TomorrowsDiscoveries Preventing Heart Failure  David Kass MD
Over the course of his 30 years at Johns Hopkins, David Kass, M.D., has worked to understand why the heart fails and what we can do about it. He and his team developed a pacemaker-like treatment that coordinates the heartbeat. Called cardiac resynchronization, this treatment is now used worldwide. Discover more videos at hopkinsmedicine.org/research/about-faculty/discoveries-for-a-better-tomorrow.