Our cardiothoracic surgeons can graft a healthy blood vessel onto your heart to improve the flow of oxygen-rich blood to your heart muscle, which may boost your strength and stamina.
Our doctors are skilled in the latest surgical options for replacing and repairing aneurysms, or weak spots, in your aorta, the body’s main artery. Your aneurysm could rupture if not repaired.
Our cardiothoracic surgeons can repair heart problems involving valves and abnormal or damaged structures. We also can implant devices to control your heartbeat and support blood flow.
Our physicians and medical staff use a team approach that involves you in the decision-making process about the best treatment for your newborn's condition.
Our cardiologists may recommend minimally invasive surgery to repair rather than replace your heart valve. Repair may better preserve your heart function and improve your lifestyle and longevity.
If one of your heart valves is too narrow, our cardiovascular team may recommend this repair option for improving your blood flow and relieving your fatigue and shortness of breath.
Using minimally invasive surgery, we will insert a catheter and balloon into your heart to open a stiff or narrowing heart valve, restoring blood flow and avoiding open heart surgery.
Our cardiologists are experienced in replacing leaking or malfunctioning heart valves to relieve your chest pain and fatigue and help you return to your normal activities.
If you are having any signs of a heart attack, you should see our doctors immediately. We may admit you to the hospital to make sure you receive the most thorough, individualized care.
Our cardiologists are experts in the latest minimally invasive options for treating your heart disease, offering treatment with less pain, scarring and recovery time than traditional open heart surgery.
Our cardiologists can perform many procedures for testing and treating your heart on an outpatient basis to help you avoid unnecessary hospital stays.
Our cardiologists are skilled in the latest surgical options for repairing aneurysms, or weak spots in your aorta, the body’s main artery. Your aneurysm could rupture if not repaired.
Our cardiovascular surgeons may use this minimally invasive procedure to repair aneurysms, or weak spots, in your aorta, the body’s main artery. An aneurysm may rupture if not repaired.
Your response to open heart surgery and other major coronary artery procedures will be individual. We will monitor your condition closely following surgery and regularly after you return home.
Our board-certified vascular surgeons can bypass diseased sections of blood vessels in your abdomen and provide improved blood circulation to your legs by performing an aortobifemoral bypass.
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