'Alexa, monitor my heart.' Researchers design artificial-intelligence system to recognize ominous gasps for air.
A cut to her aortic valve, via catheter, pulled UW Medicine patient Debbie Davis out of a tough spot.
"I feel at least 20, 25 years younger," says Warren Buck, 72, a baby-boomer who has rediscovered his active self a year after his second hip replacement at Northwest Hospital and Medical Center.
The 90-day implant releases steroids to reduce inflammation of chronic sinusitis.
Would you consider a therapy that might get you a few more months, but involved shaving your head and wearing a skullcap-like devce for 18 hours a day?
Patient Paul Hamilton discusses his recovery after transplant surgery involving a "liver in a box" device.
A provocative study and accompanying commentary pub
Surgeons at UW Medicine in Seattle have performed the first liver transplant in the Pacific Northwest involving a warm blood-perfusion device to transport the organ between donor and recipient.
In a clinical trial, UW Medical Center deploys a warm-preservation device to transport the donor organ. The first patient received the liver from his sister, who had died unexpectedly.
(Downloadable video and broadcast script). Dr. Jorge Reyes describes a clinical trial of a new device for transporting donor livers between recovery and transplant, and potential upsides if the trial is successful.