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Research sheds light on cardiac pathology mechanisms of COVID-19

Research sheds light on cardiac pathology mechanisms of COVID-19

Cedars-Sinai experts to present innovative heart research data during AHA Scientific Sessions 2022

Cedars-Sinai experts to present innovative heart research data during AHA Scientific Sessions 2022

Survival rates increased among children who experienced in-hospital cardiac arrest in the last 20 years

Survival rates increased among children who experienced in-hospital cardiac arrest in the last 20 years

Minimally invasive procedure enables patients to be out of the hospital within a few days

Minimally invasive procedure enables patients to be out of the hospital within a few days

World's first partial heart transplant performed at Duke Health

World's first partial heart transplant performed at Duke Health

Healthy people over 65 years of age recommended to get a heart check-up before non-cardiac surgery

Healthy people over 65 years of age recommended to get a heart check-up before non-cardiac surgery

Three-drug medication effective in preventing recurrent cardiovascular events after a heart attack

Three-drug medication effective in preventing recurrent cardiovascular events after a heart attack

UC San Diego Health first to offer new injectable medication to patients with hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis

UC San Diego Health first to offer new injectable medication to patients with hereditary transthyretin amyloidosis

Hackensack Meridian Health becomes second in the world to implant Impella Bridge-to-Recovery heart pump

Hackensack Meridian Health becomes second in the world to implant Impella Bridge-to-Recovery heart pump

Lung transplantation at Cedars-Sinai has outstanding success rates

Lung transplantation at Cedars-Sinai has outstanding success rates

Dual therapy offers both benefit and risk after common type of cardiac surgery

Dual therapy offers both benefit and risk after common type of cardiac surgery

Black individuals may be more vulnerable to atherosclerosis early in life than young Hispanic adults

Black individuals may be more vulnerable to atherosclerosis early in life than young Hispanic adults

Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center retains No. 1 rank in North Carolina

Duke Children's Hospital & Health Center retains No. 1 rank in North Carolina

COVID-19 vaccination associated with reduction in hospitalizations and mortality among heart failure patients

COVID-19 vaccination associated with reduction in hospitalizations and mortality among heart failure patients

Researchers develop a bioresorbable pacemaker to temporarily monitor and control heart rate

Researchers develop a bioresorbable pacemaker to temporarily monitor and control heart rate

Northwestern University scientists unveil a smart, bioresorbable transient pacemaker

Northwestern University scientists unveil a smart, bioresorbable transient pacemaker

Aggressively warming patients during surgery offers no benefit, study says

Aggressively warming patients during surgery offers no benefit, study says

A medium-chain fatty acid may help protect against heart attack injuries

A medium-chain fatty acid may help protect against heart attack injuries

Researchers find considerable differences in performance between different artificial heart valves

Researchers find considerable differences in performance between different artificial heart valves

NEJM editorial highlights the difficulty of diagnosing heart attacks in postoperative patients

NEJM editorial highlights the difficulty of diagnosing heart attacks in postoperative patients