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A new study, led by Columbia physicians, examined the association between Hispanic or Latino patients and pulmonary embolism severity, management, and in-hospital outcomes.
We spoke with Ari “Jody” Mintz, DO, about joining the faculty at Columbia and his role as both an interventional cardiologist and an endovascular specialist.
Columbia interventional cardiologist Dr. Margaret McEntegart is co-investigator for a study to determine if intravascular lithotripsy (IVL) can safely treat coronary artery calcification in women.
Preventative Cardiology and what you can do to optimize your heart and overall health.
- September 22, 2022
Dr. Brooke Aggarwal was selected as one of four recipients of the 2022 “Progress at the Heart” Award from Harmony Biosciences.
- August 3, 2022
U.S. News & World Report has once again found Columbia's heart care to be the best in the region.
- June 14, 2022
We spoke with Babak “Bobby” Hassid, MD, about his role as director of clinical development strategies and clinical outreach and about returning to Columbia.
- May 3, 2022
We spoke with Margaret McEntegart, MD, PhD, about running the Complex PCI and CTO service and her career in cardiology
- April 26, 2022
Dr. McEntegart will oversee Columbia’s complex PCI service, one of the leading programs for complex coronary care in New York City.
- March 22, 2022
The Heart Team is a patient-centered treatment model that brings different cardiac specialists together to help patients understand their options and make the best decision about their care.
- February 18, 2022
The CTO Plus: Complex CTO and Higher Risk PCI course provides a comprehensive update on the most complex coronary procedures with live cases and the latest research data.
- February 2, 2022
The REDUCE LAP-HF II trial found that an atrial shunt device did not improve outcomes for heart failure patients, though some researchers believe there may be subgroups who could benefit.
Source:CUMC NewsroomMay 16, 2021
Brief pulses of ultrasound delivered to nerves near the kidney lowered blood pressure in people with drug-resistant hypertension, Columbia and NewYork-Presbyterian physicians have found.
- February 11, 2021
We are delighted to introduce the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Irving Medical Center Mothers Center Heart Program.