Artificial intelligence cuts diagnostic times from hours to minutes; imaging researchers see vast opportunities.
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.
Open surgery has long been the convention for treating aortic stenosis, a potentially lethal condition in which a failing aortic valve reduces blood flow from the heart.
The landmark study of atrial fibrillation compared the catheter procedure with medication.
Putting pacemakers and defibrillators into an antibacterial, absorbable envelope protects patients, study shows.
Stem-cell scientists show that petri dish-built matrices of vessels integrate well with existing heart tissue.
Side effects attributed to the drugs should be discussed with a doctor first, UW Medicine cardiologist says.
Anacortes, Wash., man opted into UW Medicine protocol to receive infected donor heart and then had virus eradicated.
Exact replicas of patients' organs lets doctors figure out their approach and what devices they'll need -- before showtime.