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Dr. Natalie Bello is leading a charge to collect more data on pregnancy in an effort to improve outcomes related to heart disease.
Dramatic advances in the field of minimally invasive heart valve replacement are extending and improving life for millions. Cedars-Sinai physicians are seeking the next frontier.
Patients unable to undergo heart transplantation sometimes receive mechanical left ventricular assist devices to get the blood flowing properly—and otherwise healthy patients over ...
New Cedars-Sinai research reveals that the potential for high blood pressure—also known as hypertension—is driven by genetics in women more than in men.
Cedars-Sinai investigators are leveraging machine learning to help glean insights into disease prediction and assist with expeditious detection.
A new FDA-approved device makes significantly more people with pulmonary valve disease eligible for minimally invasive surgery when they need a valve replaced.
Discoveries / Mar 22, 2022
Suffering a tear in a major brain artery during pregnancy is rare. One woman experienced two and got a second chance at life thanks to her persistence and the work of expert neuros...
Cedars-Sinai Blog / Feb 10, 2022
Meet Dr. Ruchira Garg, director of Congenital Noninvasive Cardiology and associate director of the Guerin Family Congenital Heart Program at the Smidt Heart Institute, shared her t...
Cedars-Sinai Blog / Dec 16, 2021