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Cardiovascular Institute in the News
Space technology studied for heart surgery
The device, called a “Cooling Cap,” uses targeted hypothermia to slow brain activity, potentially limiting or preventing damage by reducing the metabolic demands on the brain...said Paul J. Pearson, M.D., Ph.D...who is leading a feasibility study on the device for use during...
Heart attack patients John Roberts and Rob Bowne talk about their integrated cardiac care and the unexpected friendship they forged at NorthShore Cardiovascular Institute.
Patient Alan Hellman and Dr. Jason Robin discuss how he benefited from a minimally invasive cardiac procedure.
Before her video consult with Mayo Clinic, Diane Krier-Morrow discusses her heart problems that began with rheumatic fever more than 50 years ago.
Sandra's Story: Life Changing MitraClip® Therapy (Cardiology)
Joan Breger talks about her expert diagnosis at NorthShore to treat a rare heart valve condition.
Fern McNamara talks about how she turned her life around after suffering a heart attack at age 50.
Karin Rigg never considered herself at risk for a heart attack. Hear how it changed her life.
Blogs and Online Chats
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