Videos & Documents
James Gammie, MD, Chief of Cardiac Surgery and mitral valve disease specialist, discusses basic principles and best practices associated with repair of the degenerative mitral valve.
Vincent See, MD, electrophysiologist, as well as Murtaza Dawood, MD, cardiac surgeon, discuss how procedures like the WatchmanTM device implantation are helping to prevent stroke in afib patients.
A 78-year-old woman with atrial fibrillation recently came to the University of Maryland Medical Center in deep fear: The blood thinner she was taking to avoid a stroke — which may occur from <2% up to 20% of untreated atrial fibrillation (AF) patients
University of Maryland Medical Center vascular surgeon Dr. Shahab Toursavadkohi, Dr. Tour for short, talks you through EVAR Surgery, a minimally-invasive procedure to repair aneurysms.
Brad Taylor, MD, cardiac surgeon and coronary revascularization specialist, discusses robotic MIDCAB procedure.
The University of Maryland Medical Center's Mechanical Heart Support Program, also known as the Ventricular Assist Device (VAD) Program, is just one of a spectrum of treatment options offered for heart patients at the University of Maryland.
The promise of individualized medicine — where tests and therapies are tailored to each patient’s precise genetic makeup — is becoming a reality for cardiology patients at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), the culmination of efforts
All cases of heart failure aren’t created equal, but University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) is taking part in an international clinical trial to determine if an investigational drug can slow the progression of one of the most uncommon types of this
Splitting open a patient’s chest wall and stopping the heart — part of well-established traditional coronary artery bypass surgery — are avoided in a novel robotic-assisted surgical approach used at University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), dramatical
University of Maryland Medical Center’s urban location means clinical teams care for some patients with a history of drug abuse — a key risk factor in a rare and dangerous form of heart valve infection.