University of Iowa physicians are the first in the state to use a novel device to remove life-threatening blood clots from the lungs of a critically ill patient.
When the Iowa Physiological Society (IPS) meets on November 1 and 2, the chapter of the American Physiological Society promises a pair of days packed with sessions on a variety of topics including asthma, seizures, cardiovascular issues in infants, cannabis as a treatment for multiple sclerosis, and how the #MeToo movement impacts STEM fields.
A University of Iowa Health Care team has successfully completed a first-ever heart valve procedure in Iowa: a minimally invasive tricuspid valve repair that involves a catheter instead of open-heart surgery. UI Heart and Vascular Center specialists performed the operation Oct. 18. The patient was discharged from the hospital on Oct. 23.
Cardiovascular and stroke research have always been central to the mission of the University of Iowa, and grant support from the American Heart Association is critical to our carrying out that mission. It is my pleasure to report that this year, the University of Iowa ranks in the top 10...
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