CardioBeat Library

CardioBeat is a newsletter written for physicians, it is produced by the Henry Ford Heart & Vascular Institute to share news about our research and important advances in the field of cardiology, cardiac surgery and vascular surgery.

Spring 2019: In This Issue

HFWBH 10th Anniversary and Advancements in Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
1,000th 3D printed heart patient receives new mitral valve
Partner 3 Trial: TAVR has better results than Aortic Valve Surgery (SAVR)
Cerebrovascular injuries associated with blood pressure derangements
Dr. Akshay Khandelwal named board chair for the American College of Cardiology


Winter 2019: In This Issue

COAPT Trial Results: Transcatheter Mitral-Valve Repair in Patients with Heart Failure Provides New Option
ATTRACT Multicenter Trial Results
First Patient in the U.S. Receives Device for Hard-to-Treat Angina
National CSI Preliminary Results Show A 50 Percent Jump in Survival
Regional ECMO Program Expands at Henry Ford Hospital
4th Patient in U.S. Benefits from BASILICA at Henry Ford


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Summer 2018: In This Issue

National CSI Update
Targeted metabolomic profiling of plasma and survival in heart failure patients
Impact of center LVAD volume on outcomes after implantation
AAA Repair: comparing renal function in endovascular to open repair


Cardio Beat Spring 2018

Spring 2018: In This Issue

Advancing Approaches to TAVR
BASILICA and LAMPOON Procedures Show Promise
Cardiac Rehabilitation Offers Telemedicine Option
Henry Ford: Michigan’s Most Experienced Hospital for CTO PCI


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Fall 2017: In This Issue

Center for Structural Heart Disease Program continues to grow
Pregnancy Related Risks for Cardiovascular Events
ROADMAP Study: Accuracy of Seattle Heart failure Model and Heart Mate II Prediction Models
3D Guided Imaging – Predict and Prevent Valve Placement Risk


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Winter 2017: In This Issue

Protocol-Driven Care Improves Service and Quality
Study Deems Transcaval Valve Replacement "Successful"
New Procedure for Untreatable Conditions
Vascular Medicine Offers Non-Surgical PAD Patients Hope


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Fall 2016: In This Issue

New Cardiac Inpatient Unit Opens
Patients Find Virtual Care Saves Time and Travel Too
Virtual Clinic Encounters Advance Healthcare


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Summer 2016: In This Issue

FDA Approves First Leadless Pacemaker
Multi-Center Study of Transradial Versus Transfemoral Approach
Partner III Trial Begins For Patients With Severe Aortic Stenosis


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Spring 2016: In This Issue

Henry Ford Macomb Hospital Named Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospital in U.S.
Precision Medicine Improves Anti-Rejection Drug Absortion
Year One: Watchman™ Device Results
New Women's Heart Center Brings Edcuation and Support


Cardiobeat Winter2016

Winter 2016: In This Issue

TAVR Resolves Heart Failure Symptoms for 95-Year Old Arizona Patient
WomenHeart Champions
Untouched Trial Investigates Application Efficacy of S_ICD Device
Creating a 21st Century Virtual Vein Clinic


Cardiobeat Fall2015

Fall 2015: In This Issue

Edwards Sapien 3™Transcatheter
Live From Henry Ford: Ask Me Anything!
CREST-2 Trial Seeks Participants


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Summer 2015: In This Issue

Electrophysiology Studies Underway
Heart Failure Research in Progress
Cardiology Studies
ENDEAVOUR: A Study for Transthyretin Cardiac Amyloidosis


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Spring 2015: In This Issue

Cardiologist can open 100 Percent Arterial BlockAGE
3D Models Provide Guidance for Valve Replacement


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Fall 2014: In This Issue

New Cardiac Catheterization Lab Director Named
Center for Structural Heart Disease Achieves Local, National and International Milestones


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Summer 2014: In This Issue

Advanced Heart Failure Program: On a Mission
Getting to the Root Cause of Venous Edema
Cardiovascular Services Offered in West Bloomfield


Cardio Beat spring 2014

Spring 2014: In This Issue

Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing
New Subcutaneous Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator
Advanced Heart Failure Program

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