Right before Christmas, a co-worker noticed that Brevin Cronk's lips had turned blue. It was a new, acute problem with his heart, and he was rushed to UW Medical Center – Montlake.
Lisa Novak was only 44 when her energy started to seep away.
Lisa Novak had been told that a coronary artery was too plaque-filled to be repaired with a stent. Turns out it wasn’t.
Structural studies of sodium channels are disclosing details about how they power heartbeats and respond to heart rhythm drugs.
Kepu Savou thought he had come down with a cold. When his symptoms persisted, he visited a doctor and learned that his heart was failing – something Savou never would've imagined at age 29.
Aim is to develop protocols for patient-specific replicas that help physicians plan their approaches to treatment.
Pilot clinical study shows viability of non-invasive, patient-specific computational approach to relieve heart arrhythmia.
UW Medicine cardiologist will lead one of four U.S. centers focused on better understanding risk factors of the life-threatening event, and enhancing survival.
Findings at nanometer and millisecond scales may help improve design of therapies directed at motor proteins to rescue failing hearts.
The adage of "an aspirin a day keeps the doctor away" fell by the wayside last month. New guidelines announced by the