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Ohio State Researches Stem Cells for Cardiac Treatment


August 04, 2009

 | Watch Watch : 150k COLUMBUS, Ohio – As the debate over using stem cells for medical research continues at the national level, researchers and clinicians at The Ohio State University Medical Center are studying the effectiveness ... The rest of the story



OSU Medical Center Begins Cryptogenic Stroke Study


April 23, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A central Ohio man has become the first patient in the country to receive an advanced, implantable monitoring system as part of a long-term international study to assess the frequency ... The rest of the story



First U.S. Patients Receive New Heart Therapy Device


April 21, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A West Virginia man and a central Ohio man are the first in the United States – and only the sixth and seventh worldwide – to receive an implant designed to treat moderate heart failure ... The rest of the story



Pretreated Stem Cells Better Adapt to Transplant Site


April 15, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Researchers at the Ohio State University Medical Center have found that “pretreating” adult stem cells with an anti-angina drug allows them to better adapt to the harsh environment of ... The rest of the story



Ohio State Experts Co-Edit Book On Heart Failure


March 31, 2009

Several faculty members at The Ohio State University Medical Center have written and published a handbook on heart failure for use by pre-hospital care providers, emergency physicians, nurses, and primary ... The rest of the story



Treatment for Sleep Apnea Can Reduce Heart Size


February 02, 2009

 | Watch Watch : 150k COLUMBUS, Ohio – Using cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, Ohio State University Medical Center researchers are able to assess the effects of a common treatment for sleep apnea on heart structure and ... The rest of the story



OSU Medical Center Launches Regional Heart Care Initiative


December 18, 2008

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State University Medical Center is launching a regional quality improvement initiative to expedite care for patients suffering from the most serious form of heart attack, or ... The rest of the story



Free Online Tool Assesses Risk For Cancer, Coronary Disease


November 10, 2008

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Thanksgiving is not just a day of sharing thanks with family, but it is also a time of sharing vital family medical history. Ohio State’s Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer ... The rest of the story



Researchers Find Potential Heart Disease, Sleep Apnea Link


November 03, 2008

 | Watch Watch : 150k COLUMBUS, Ohio – Researchers here have discovered a possible link between a common sleep disorder and heart disease, which is the leading cause of death responsible for 29 percent of people worldwide. ... The rest of the story



OSU Heart Program Names First Schottenstein Laureate


October 21, 2008

The Ohio State University Heart and Vascular Center has named Dr. Pascal Goldschmidt, senior vice president for medical affairs and dean of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, ... The rest of the story



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