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Novel and Less-Invasive Options for Tricuspid Valve Regurgitation Now Available Through Clinical Trials Enrolling at UVA
For the past decade, the cardiology team at UVA Health has been helping to lead clinical trials in the U.S. and Europe focused on discovering new ways to repair or replace regurgitant tricuspid valves. Find out if your patients may be candidates for the four studies now enrolling.
Watch the Live Case Studies UVA Presented at the 2020 Virtual Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics Conference
UVA presented two live surgical cases for valve replacement now available to view online.
An Update from the UVA Cardiovascular Surgery Program
Get information on the cardiac surgery team's tiered system for triage, the latest clinical trials and new initiatives, including the UVA Aortic Center.
Case Study: 88-Year-Old Survives Cardiogenic Shock with Emergency Coronary Intervention
This is one example of a complex case with a positive outcome made possible by the collaborative efforts of UVA's multidisciplinary heart team.
Taking a More Individualized Approach to AAA Screening and Treatment
Despite the benefits of a minimally invasive approach to elective AAA repair, we now know that EVAR is not the best long-term option for every patient.
Ensure Your Heart Attack Patients Have Everything They Need for a Successful Recovery
We now know that achieving the best long-term outcome after heart attack requires ongoing, comprehensive care. That’s why some leading medical centers, including UVA Health, have developed entire programs dedicated to heart attack recovery.
UVA Enrolling Patients for Heart Failure Study Investigating Novel Technology to Reshape the Heart
UVA just completed its first procedure to implant the AccuCinch® Ventricular Repair System.
Get to Know: Structural and Interventional Cardiologist Nishtha Sodhi, MD, FACC
Nishtha Sodhi, MD, FACC, specializes in transcatheter valvular and coronary interventions.
UVA Recognized for Best Doctors, Quality Heart Attack Care and Smart Technology Use
UVA Health received three notable awards this month.
UVA Broadens Expertise to Safely Manage and Extract Cardiac Implantable Electronic Devices and Leads
CIEDs are now commonly used to treat conditions such as heart failure and heart arrhythmia. Yet
problems can arise with the devices, including malfunction, lead failure and infection.