Dr. Jason Deen, a cardiologist and Blackfeet nation descendent, lends context to the new AHA statement he co-authored.
Cardiologists detached and removed a patient's failed mitral-valve clip device, then implanted a new biologic valve — all via catheter.
Dr. Owens shares his insights on UW Medicine’s leadership role in caring for patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
About 70% of people with atrial fibrillation are 65 to 85, a population demographic projected to grow over the next few decades.
The GCHP is now soliciting applications for Interdisciplinary Team Science Pilot Grants which will stimulate new inter- and trans-disciplinary collaborations in the field of global cardiovascular health.
We are proud to share our annual report for 2022. The UW Medicine Heart Institute is committed to serving a region that extends far beyond just the Puget Sound area.
A person's chance of surviving cardiac arrest is significantly higher if a bystander calls 911 and applies chest compressions.
Dr. Pamboukian brings her cardiovascular care, research and education commitment to UW Medicine.
Dr. Leonard Cobb, 96, a co-founder of the Seattle Medic One paramedic program, died Feb. 14, 2023. A true visionary in the field of cardiac disease.
Dr. Jason Deen, associate professor of pediatrics and medicine (Cardiology) and vice chair for equity, diversity and inclusion in the Department of Pediatrics is the 2023 School of Medicine recipient of the MLK Community Service Award from UW Medicine.
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