The University of Michigan Health System treats patients with a variety of heart problems - from coronary artery disease to heart rhythm abnormalities, heart valve disorders and heart failure. Specialists in cardiovascular medicine, interventional radiology, vascular surgery, critical care, cardiac surgery and cardiac anesthesia collaborate to provide care for patients who require treatment of common or complex heart disease.
Surgical treatments are provided at our new Cardiovascular Center and range from heart bypass to complex heart valve repairs and replacements, percutaneous valve options, and complex aortic aneurysm/dissection repairs to heart transplant and implant of artificial hearts.
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Quality of care measures for other types of adult heart care will be added in the near future.