Heart rhythm disorders like atrial fibrillation and sudden cardiac arrest have made headlines in recent months, prompting many to learn more about how the heart beats.
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Investigators Closer to Predicting 2 Common Heart Conditions
Two novel research studies from Cedars-Sinai move the needle on predicting two important heart conditions—sudden cardiac arrest, which is often fatal, and increased coronary artery calcium, a marker of coronary artery disease that can lead to a heart attack.
Cardiac Arrest: What Happened to Buffalo Bills Player Damar Hamlin?
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, 24, remains hospitalized in “critical condition” after experiencing cardiac arrest when he collapsed mid-game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night.
Smidt Heart Institute Experts to Present the Latest in Heart Research, Patient Care
Cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons and interventionalists from the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai are presenting an array of innovative research data and leading discussions on medical breakthroughs during the American Heart Association (AHA) Scientific Sessions, taking place in Chicago, Nov. 5-7.
AI Improves Accuracy of Heart Condition Diagnosis
Several recent discoveries show that the accuracy of diagnosing coronary artery disease and predicting patient risk is improved with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) models developed by scientists in the Division of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine at Cedars-Sinai.
May Research Highlights
A Roundup of the Latest Medical Discoveries and Faculty News at Cedars-Sinai
Cardiologists, Cardiothoracic Surgeons Available for Expert Commentary Ahead of Upcoming Conferences
Cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons from the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai are available to discuss the latest advances in research, clinical care, transcatheter procedures and cardiothoracic surgery throughout the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation (ISHLT) Scientific Sessions 2022 and Heart Rhythm 2022.
Women At Higher-Risk of Fatal, Nightime Cardiac Arrest
New research from the Center for Cardiac Arrest Prevention in the Smidt Heart Institute at Cedars-Sinai has found for the first time that during nighttime hours, women are more likely than men to suffer sudden death due to cardiac arrest. Findings were published in the journal Heart Rhythm.