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In the world of cardiologists who treat adults with congenital heart disease, the unusual is not so very unusual and the rare is fairly commonplace. Take Wendy Book, M.D., for example — this week...

When it comes to treating patients suffering from heart failure, which is typically defined as a heart whose pumping power is weaker than normal, physicians are facing a paradox.

Today’s busy emergency departments have an arsenal of imaging tools at their disposal when triaging and diagnosing trauma patients. Increasingly, ED physicians are turning to more sophisticated...

Positive AAA Results with Endovascular Approach

Author’s Note: For this inaugural article I begin with an insider’s look on the “health” of drug-eluting stents and what lies ahead for this much-debated device.

If its cancer care, emergency medicine, pediatric and maternal-fetal medicine specialties keep Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJUH) in New Brunswick at the forefront of nationally...