Heart Surgery News

 

NYU Heart to Heart on Sirius Doctor Radio

 

The Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery is pleased to bring you NYU Heart To Heart on SIRIUS Doctor Radio, powered by NYU Langone Medical Center. This weekly radio program on SIRIUS CH 114 or XM CH 119 was created to give listeners easy access to essential information about cardiovascular health. Tune in every Friday morning from 6AM-8AM EST to hear our hosts- Dr. Greg Ribakove and Dr. Charles Schwartz -discuss topics with their guests that range from patient care issues on lowering cholesterol levels to prevent coronary artery disease and minimally invasive heart surgery to research endeavors on endovascular stents and stem cell research. Read more...

Recent News Items

April 21, 2012

National Marfan Foundation: Staten Island Network Group

March 08, 2012

New “Hybrid” Robotic Bypass Procedure Restores Coronary Blood Flow with Minimal Trauma and Maximum Effectiveness

August 22, 2011

NYULMC's Cardiothoracic Surgery Department Adds Endoscopic Robotic Mitral Valve Repair to Its List of Robot-Assisted Procedures

August 01, 2011

A Kinder, Gentler Way to Repair a Heart Valve

June 15, 2011

Dr. Abe DeAnda Interview on ABC News: Use of Beatless Heart, Wave of The Future

March 15, 2011

New York Hospital: 5% of Heart Surgery Patients are over 90

February 24, 2011

Dr. Aubrey Galloway's NBC Interview

October 01, 2009

NYULMC Division of Cardiac Surgery Demonstrates Exceptional Outcomes Twelve Years After Mitral Valve Repair Surgery

September 16, 2009

NYU Langone Medical Center Recognized for Excellence in Nursing

July 15, 2009

African 9-Year-Old Comes To NYU Langone Medical Center for Heart Surgery

July 15, 2009

NYULMC Ranked 11th Nationally for Heart and Heart Surgery

May 19, 2009

Fight Against Heart Disease - Wall Street Heart Walk/Run

March 01, 2009

Dr. Paolo Mignatti awarded $2 Million from National Institutes of Health for Cardiovascular Surgical Research

March 01, 2008

Dr. Leora Balsam featured in Good Housekeeping, Redbook and Woman’s Day Magazines

January 01, 2008

NYULMC Researchers Publish Results Demonstrating Dramatic Improvement in Aortic Valve Surgery Using Least Invasive Procedure