National foundation recognizes Heart Institute’s case volumes, superior outcomes in surgical repairs to halt degenerative disease.
Patients undergoing catheter-based procedures may be enrolled without giving consent, under a U.S. exception granted to researchers.
Researchers show that study participants can be safely, effectively monitored at home for drugs’ potential arrhythmic effects.
Researchers discover how to mitigate risk of arrhythmia after transplanting heart muscle cells in lab models.
Researchers found they could detect heart abnormalities in infants and toddlers months or years after their exposure to the virus.
The Lancet publishes the first such global analysis, which calls for greater effort to reduce heart disease, stroke and other conditions in women.
Findings suggest most college athletes with mild or asymptomatic cases can safely return to play without more cardiac tests.
Using smart speakers, researchers develop first AI system for contactless monitoring of heart rhythms.
Any virus can infect heart-muscle cells, but the novel coronavirus appears to have a particularly detrimental effect, which cardiologists are trying to understand. Autopsy studies of very sick coronavirus patients "have shown that about 50% of
In survey, nearly 85% desire resuscitation in the event of cardiac arrest, even though likely outcomes are poor, relative to the general population.