Join our experts to hear about breakthrough advances in cardiovascular medicine. Learn how new minimally invasive cardiac procedures offered at UPMC Passavant can lower surgical risk, reduce recovery time, and enhance quality of life.
Sandeep Jain, MD
An irregular heartbeat — also known as afib — can point to a more serious medical problem that can lead to cardiac arrest or stroke. Recent advancements like the Watchman procedure offer patients minimally invasive solutions in addition to medicine and surgery.
John T. Schindler, MD
A faulty heart valve can make your heart work harder, leaving you tired or short of breath. But minimally invasive procedures, like the TAVR (transcatheter aortic valve replacement), means heart valve disorders can be fixed without cracking the chest, plus faster recovery times.
Venmathi Indramohan, MD
Join Dr. Indramohan for a discussion about cutting-edge imaging technology at UPMC Passavant used to diagnose, treat, and monitor a range of heart conditions including, cardiomyopathy, congestive heart failure (CHF), and heart valve disease.