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New Imaging Technique to Treat Irregular Heartbeat

NEW YORK (June 1, 2017) – A technique to treat an irregular heartbeat that limits or eliminates patients’ exposure to radiation should be more widely adopted by physicians, NewYork-Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medicine cardiologists argue in a new review article in Heart Rhythm, published in the June print issue and previously published online. They posit that the primary obstacle to the procedure’s widespread use – physicians’ discomfort with a different visual tool – can...

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Hero with a Heart Award: Weill Cornell Cardiac Care Team

The Marfan Foundation was thrilled to honor Drs. Richard Devereux, Leonard Girardi, and Mary Roman at the Heartworks gala in New York on April 16. This Weill Cornell Medicine Cardiac Care Team provides the utmost in patient care for people with Marfan syndrome and related disorders and conducts research that improves their treatment. Watch the full story here

Cardiac team save man's life with ECMO machine

Our Team at the Perelman Heart Center save man’s life with an ECMO Machine

Our physicians were featured in an Eyewitness News Medical Marvels story this past summer which highlighted how the team brought a cardiac patient from the brink of death using a new technology known as an ECMO machine.  Watch the full story here.

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