Category: Heart & Vascular (Page 2)
Chasing the #1 Killer Through the Genetic Code
Finding the genetic roots of arterial plaque formation sets the stage for future CAD treatments.
Every Minute Matters: How UVA Health Will Streamline Organ Acceptance Practices
An analytical scorecard will help doctors make heart transplant decisions better and faster.
UVA Health Among Select Centers to Offer Curative Therapy for Rare Pulmonary Hypertension
Learn how a team of dedicated clinicians brought pulmonary thromboendarterectomy to Virginia.
New Heart Failure Treatment in View
A recent study of heart failure patients at UVA Health revealed that colchicine, a common gout medication, significantly improved survival rates.
Leducq Grants Put UVA Health on World Stage for Cardiovascular Research
We're using Leducq grants to push understanding of atherosclerosis into new realms.
UVA Health Among Select Hospitals to Treat Fibromuscular Dysplasia
One of only 15 healthcare centers in the country with the expertise to treat FMD effectively, UVA Health Heart & Vascular is contributing to research efforts that could lead to new therapies for this complex and serious disease.
Ingredients for Success: Why This CTO Treatment Team Is Next Level
UVA Health is among the few high-volume cardiac care centers in the country with the requisite skills and dedicated expertise to tackle chronic total occlusion. Find out how we achieve high success rates and life-changing outcomes.
Pioneering Collaborative Optimizes CHD Care Across Virginia
The Virginia Congenital Cardiac Collaborative aims to optimize care and outcomes for children in Virginia with complex congenital heart defects.
New UVA Health Aortic Center a National Leader in Patient Care, Improving Outcomes, and Emerging Technologies
Serving as a quaternary referral center, we give patients access to innovative procedures and devices only available at select centers.
Research at UVA Health Is Revolutionizing Our Understanding of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy has historically been less well-understood than other cardiac conditions, but research at UVA Health is opening the door to tailored interventions.