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COAPT Study Findings Prove We’re Turning a Corner in Mitral Valve Treatment
The COAPT study found the MitraClip® device is a viable option for treating patients with heart failure and moderate-to-severe mitral regurgitation.
In-Depth Video Highlights the Benefits of the CardioInsight 3D Mapping System
Cardiologist Mike Mangrum, MD, discusses two case studies that highlight the current applications of CardioInsight, including ablation for premature ventricular contractions (PVC) and atrial fibrillation (AF).
UVA Heart and Vascular Center Earns Two Notable Recognitions
UVA Heart and Vascular Center has earned the Gold Level Excellence in Life Support Award from the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization and has also been recognized as a Center of Comprehensive Care by the Pulmonary Hypertension Association.
UVA Heart and Vascular Center Expands to New Fontaine Location
UVA Heart & Vascular Center welcomed its first patients at its new location at Fontaine Research Park, which is easily accessible and has free parking.
Two Former Fellows Join the Surgical Team at UVA Heart & Vascular Center
Learn more about their clinical areas of focus and why they chose to stay at UVA.
UVA Heart and Vascular Center Recognized for MI Care and Heart Failure Treatment
UVA’s skilled team of cardiologists, heart surgeons, nurses and therapists provide comprehensive care and monitoring to complex heart patients.
UVA Second In U.S. to Utilize CardioFocus Laser Balloon for Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation
Thanks to a recent series of grants, UVA Atrial Fibrillation Center has now acquired some of the most advanced technology available to treat this common heart rhythm disorder.
Providing Greater Access to Endovascular Treatments for Vascular Disease
There are a number of trials available at UVA for vascular disease, providing additional options to patients who otherwise have few alternatives.
UVA Introduces New MR-Conditional ICDs
With the new Evera MRI™ SureScan™ ICD system, the next generation of ICD patients will be able to have MRIs as the standard of care when they need them.
National Award for High-Quality Heart Attack Care Goes to UVA
UVA Health System is one of just 78 U.S. hospitals to receive an American College of Cardiology award for consistently meeting performance standards in treating heart attack patients.