UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute In the News

2014

Heart Health: Managing life’s ups and downs is important to a healthy heart
Source: WacoTrib.com
Jan. 30, 2014
Dr. Krishna Tummalapalli
UPMC

After-hours heart attack? You're more likely to die, study finds
Source: NBC News
Jan. 21, 2014
Dr. Joon Lee

Former heavy equipment operator becomes first Pennsylvanian to undergo minimally
invasive surgery to implant heart pump

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Jan. 20, 2014
Dr. Jay Bhama

New recommendations spark a cardiovascular controversy
Source: Uniontown Herald Standard
January 17, 2014
Dr. Krishna Tummalapalli
Dr. John Schindler

2013

Four Pittsburgh-area hospitals try out new cardiac stents in trial
Source: Pittsburgh Business-Times
Oct. 17, 2013
Dr. Catalin Toma

Much new on table for nuclear cardiologists
Source: Medpage
Sept. 25, 2013
Dr. Prem Soman

Heart health: cheerful people less likely to have CAD
Source: Medpage
July 10, 2013
Dr. Suresh R. Mulukutla

Man recovering from life-saving surgery to run Pittsburgh marathon
Source: WPXI
May 4, 2013
Dr. Rabih Chaer

Researchers compare strategies for treating blood clots
Source: WPXI
March 1, 2013
Dr. Rabih Chaer

Women's heart health
Source: WESA-FM
February 28, 2013
Katie Berlacher, MD

Drug Has Mixed Results in Diastolic HF
Source: Medpage Today
February 26, 2013
Dr. Jeffrey Teuteberg

'I was never alone' Heart pump and family help Geistown man survive health scare
Source: Daily American
February 12, 2013
Dr. Robert Kormos
Dr. Christian Bermudez
Dr. J. Kumar Bhama
Dr. Jeffrey Teuteberg
Dr. Raveen Bazaz

"Heart Month" shines spotlight on women and heart health
Source: KDKA-TV
Feb. 1, 2013
Dr. Vinay Badhwar
Dr. Beth Piccione

 

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