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In Her Own Words: Congenital Heart Expert Dr. Ruchira Garg teaser image

In Her Own Words: Congenital Heart Expert Dr. Ruchira Garg

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...

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Best Gift Ever: Patient Gets New Heart and Kidney teaser image

Best Gift Ever: Patient Gets New Heart and Kidney

On December 25, 2020, advertising executive Shana Pereira finally got the Christmas gift she had been waiting for: a new heart and kidney. Despite a lot of bad news leading up to t...

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Robotic and Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery: The New Standard teaser image

Robotic and Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery: The New Standa...

The Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai is leading the way in robotic and minimally invasive cardiac surgery for various pathologies of the heart and aorta, resulting in less pai...

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Cardiac Rhythm Disorders & Advanced Therapeutic Program for Ventricular ... teaser image

Cardiac Rhythm Disorders & Advanced Therapeutic Program for Ve...

Ashkan Ehdaie, MD, describes how catheter ablation is used to control ventricular tachycardia while providing information on other approaches to address VT, including the complex C...

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First-in-human experience of transcatheter mitral valve therapy teaser image

First-in-human experience of transcatheter mitral valve therap...

Raj Makkar, MD, interventional cardiologist at Cedars-Sinai, used Eos device to treat clinically significant, symptomatic mitral valve disease with transcatheter mitral valve repla...

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Advances in Congenital Heart Disease Have Improved Survival Rates teaser image

Advances in Congenital Heart Disease Have Improved Survival Ra...

Major advances in the field of congenital heart disease have dramatically improved survival rates for babies born within the last 50 years—and outcomes are only improving. Learn mo...

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A Brief Timeline of Advances in Congenital Heart Surgery teaser image

A Brief Timeline of Advances in Congenital Heart Surgery

Patients in the 1960s and 1970s were the first brave people to undergo these initial congenital heart disease surgical repairs that have led to improved outcomes. Here is a brief t...

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Women Are at Greater Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death Overnight teaser image

Women Are at Greater Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death Overnight

Women are more likely than men to suffer sudden death due to cardiac arrest during nighttime hours.

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Women's Health and Blood Pressure teaser image

Women's Health and Blood Pressure

A one-size-fits-all approach to evaluating blood pressure could be detrimental to women’s health.

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New Aspirin Recommendations: What to Know teaser image

New Aspirin Recommendations: What to Know

Confused by recent news about aspirin and heart health? We asked Dr. C. Noel Bairey Merz and cardiologist Dr. Raj Khandwalla, about aspirin and your heart health.

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Can Vitamin D and Fish Oil Lower Atrial Fibrillation Risk? teaser image

Can Vitamin D and Fish Oil Lower Atrial Fibrillation Risk?

Research from Smidt Heart Institute suggests vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil do not prevent the development of atrial fibrillation.

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Myths and Facts: Adult Congenital Heart Disease teaser image

Myths and Facts: Adult Congenital Heart Disease

Congenital heart disease is usually diagnosed in babies—and often requires time-sensitive surgery. But did you know that even after a childhood procedure to correct the heart's str...

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Healing a Broken Heart teaser image
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Healing a Broken Heart

Elaine Kamil, MD, is a busy and dedicated physician, often working 12-hour days caring for children with kidney disorders. At 71, she also finds the time to hike, travel and play w...

Cedars-Sinai Blog / Oct 12, 2021

Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Dr. Alan Kwan teaser image

Faces of Cedars-Sinai: Dr. Alan Kwan

Meet Dr. Alan Kwan, cardiac imaging expert, storyteller and Brazilian Jiu jitsu brown belt.

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Researchers at Cedars-Sinai are Looking at the Possible Migraine and Heart ... teaser image

Researchers at Cedars-Sinai are Looking at the Possible Migrai...

The link between migraines and heart disease has long been recognized, but finding the mechanism behind the connection is a bit of a headache.

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