Providers can use a new tool to identify what makes CABG patients more likely to need a transfusion, so they can try to lower the risk.
A new risk model developed by Michigan hospitals could help patients avoid a common post-surgical complication.
The University of Michigan recently implanted its first Micra leadless pacemaker directly into a patient’s heart, eliminating some of the issues associated with older devices.
For those with a rare form of blood clots called CTEPH, a complex surgery is often the fix when medication fails. A U-M cardiac surgeon speaks about the procedure.