New research from Michigan Medicine could help clinicians identify which patients are more likely to continue to use opioids after surgery recovery.
New research suggests LVADs may not solve mitral regurgitation for some patients with poor right heart function.
Upon uncovering that inadequate blood flow can be a more imminent, life-threatening problem than aortic rupture for some patients, doctors emerge with a new procedural method.
An innovative carotid procedure known as TCAR reverses blood flow to reduce stroke risk during revascularization. It’s now being performed at Michigan Medicine.
More people are receiving coronary revascularization under the Healthy Michigan Plan. A new analysis finds that the expansion hasn’t caused significant problems for patients.
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.