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WebinarLiving with Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD)
During this live webinar, Johns Hopkins specialty trained cardiologists Drs. Ari Cedars and Stacy Fisher discussed the specialized, lifelong care required for ACHD. Learn about available treatment and management options, as well as the continuing tradition of groundbreaking care for congenital heart disease at Johns Hopkins.
Patient StoryAmyloidosis Leads to Heart and Kidney Transplant: Harold Baines's Story
Harold Baines, MLB Hall of Famer, has a genetic condition called amyloidosis which is a rare disease characterized by a buildup of abnormal amyloid deposits in the body. As a result, he needed both a heart and kidney transplant.
What to Expect During Your Visit In Person Visits: Keeping Patients Safe During Cardiac Care
Keeping Patients Safe During Cardiac Care
Cardiologist Joseph Marine shares steps Johns Hopkins Medicine is taking to help keep patients safe for cardiac care and procedures.
What to Expect During Your Cardiology Telemedicine Visit
If you have a heart condition or are having concerning heart-related symptoms, it is important to get the care you need. Telemedicine, or virtual health visits, offers patients an additional option to consult with their physicians. Learn what to expect during a virtual visit with your cardiologist.
PATIENT STORYAtrial Fibrillation: Sarann’s Story
Atrial fibrillation hindered Sarann's quality of life and prevented her from enjoying the things she loved. After several failed treatments close to home she turned to Johns Hopkins cardiac electrophysiologist Hugh Calkins, M.D. for care. Learn how a procedure, performed by Dr. Calkins, called catheter ablation corrected the arrhythmia and returned Sarann to the life she loves.