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 timeline of those advances.
From the operating room to running trails to her family's dinner table, Dr. Irene Kim makes the most of every second and is quick to adapt. She shares what energizes her and what excites her about the future.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals supported an unprecedented number of patients with oxygen and interventions. The experience and knowledge gained could permanently change how these technologies are used.
A national study led by Cedars-Sinai provides further support that a stenting system for opening blocked brain arteries has a low rate of complications and may be as good or better than traditional therapy for some patients with a stroke...