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April 28, 2015
"Motion-Tracking" MRI Tests Reveal Novel Harbingers of Stroke in Atrial Fibrillation Patients
Researchers from Johns Hopkins performing sophisticated motion studies of heart magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans...
March 11, 2015
Digitizing Heart Cell Crosstalk May Help Locate Epicenters of Dangerous Heart Rhythms
A team of scientists led by Johns Hopkins cardiologist and biomedical engineer Hiroshi Ashikaga, M.D., Ph.D., has...
March 02, 2015
Johns Hopkins Study Says Treadmill Performance Predicts Mortality
Johns Hopkins cardiologists report they have developed a formula that estimates one’s risk of dying over a decade based...
December 18, 2013
Skip Balloon After Placing Carotid Stent, Surgeons Suggest
Johns Hopkins Hospital surgeons say skipping one commonly taken step during a routine procedure to insert a wire mesh...
November 22, 2013
Advanced CT Proves as Accurate as Invasive Tests to Assess Heart Blockages
computed tomography (CT)
August 30, 2012
Advanced CT Scans Match Accuracy of Stress Tests and Catheterization to Assess Coronary Blockages
August 30, 2012 — An ultra-fast, 320-detector
June 29, 2011
Johns Hopkins Student Team Wins Top Prize for Device That Could Cut Risks in Dialysis Treatment
June 29, 2011 — A device that could reduce key health risks facing kidney failure patients connected to dialysis...
June 02, 2008
Johns Hopkins Students Help ICU Patients Get on Their Feet
June 3, 2008 - Johns Hopkins undergraduates have designed and built a device to enable critically ill intensive care
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