July 16, 2019/By Kendra J. Grubb, MD, MHA
3D Models Help Cardiac Surgeons Prepare for Surgery
Cardiac surgeons can now use 3D modeling technology to simulate complex operations, making the seemingly impossible possible.
June 18, 2019/By Nestor Villamizar, MD, and Omar Marchant
What Is Recovery from Lung Cancer Surgery Really Like?
Multiple variables influence the way patients recover from lung cancer surgery—some variables relate to the patient; others relate to the surgery itself.
May 21, 2019/By Tom C. Nguyen, MD, and Alexander P. Nissen, MD
How Does Extra Weight Affect Heart Surgery?
The prevalence of obesity continues to climb nationwide, as does the prevalence of heart disease requiring surgery.
April 9, 2019/By Lauren C. Kane, MD
Five Questions Parents Ask About Heart Defects
While there are some heart defects that are known to be associated with specific genetic syndromes, this is not always the case.
March 25, 2019/By Todd K. Rosengart, MD
Six Common Myths about Heart Surgery
Through the years, I’ve had patients come to me with facts, figures, and concerns that they have gathered from the internet or heard from friends and family.
February 28, 2019/By Amy E. Hackmann, MD
Flu Season: What You Need to Know
Influenza, or “the flu,” is a group of viruses that cause respiratory symptoms such as high fever, body aches, cough, sore throat, and nasal congestion.