Reversing one heart transplant patient’s decline required intensive therapy, precise collaboration and the innovative use of an organ infected with a potentially deadly disease.
A Mass General cardiologist is among the researchers trying to determine whether exercise, taken to an extreme, can put the heart in peril.
Treatment of pulmonary embolisms may benefit from a team approach. But that model faces obstacles inside and outside the hospital.
A team of Massachusetts General Hospital physicians recently became the first in New England to perform mitral valve replacement with a new, minimally-invasive method that doesn’t require patients to undergo a full open-heart procedure.
An expert in telemedicine for stroke patients, the director of Mass General’s Comprehensive Stroke Center testified before the U.S. Senate last year on behalf of the legislation.
Mass General’s heart transplant program continues to grow, reflecting strong leadership and close coordination with other experts in heart failure.
A Mass General hypertension expert discusses the new guidelines and what to do if your blood pressure is too high.
Mass General experts in cardiology and obstetrics and gynecology told Tanisha Torres a heart condition need not prevent her from having children.
The co-directors of the Corrigan Women’s Heart Health Program discuss what they’ve learned during its first decade and what still needs to be done.