“Mount Sinai Fuster Heart Hospital” furthers vision of world-leading cardiac care and research that prevents heart disease worldwide
Mount Sinai study focused on Harlem preschools emphasizes the need for specialized health promotion programs in classrooms starting at an early age
High-dose anticoagulation can reduce deaths by 30 percent and intubations by 25 percent in hospitalized COVID-19 patients who are not critically ill when compared to the standard treatment, which is low-dose anticoagulation.
Mount Sinai Heart President given top honor for his extraordinary scientific achievements
Will also serve as the first-ever Dr. Valentin Fuster Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine
Mount Sinai Health System’s globally acclaimed cardiologist Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, has been named President of Mount Sinai Heart, a newly created position, effective Sunday, January 1, 2023. Dr. Fuster will continue in his roles as Physician-in-Chief of The Mount Sinai Hospital and as the Richard Gorlin, MD/Heart Research Foundation Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Mount Sinai Heart leader will be recognized for his exceptional career achievements at the 34th annual conference.
A three-drug medication known as a “polypill,” developed by the Spanish National Center for Cardiovascular Research (CNIC) and Ferrer, is effective in preventing secondary adverse cardiovascular events in people who have previously had a heart attack, reducing cardiovascular mortality by 33 percent in this patient population.
A unique Mount Sinai study focused on a multi-ethnic, underserved community in New York City shows that young Black adults are twice as likely to have atherosclerosis as similarly situated young Hispanic adults.
Awards highlight highest level of quality of care
Filip Swirski, PhD, named Director of Mount Sinai’s new Cardiovascular Research Institute
Two of Mount Sinai’s top doctors will be honored with prestigious awards at the American Heart Association’s New York City Heart and Stroke Ball, taking place virtually on Wednesday, June 9.
Thailand’s Royal Family has named Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, Director of Mount Sinai Heart and Physician-in-Chief of The Mount Sinai Hospital, a winner of the 29th annual Prince Mahidol Award in the field of Medicine.
International study may guide therapeutic strategies in patients with and without underlying heart conditions
Study is the basis of a new international clinical trial
Mount Sinai Health System and Cross County Cardiology announced a new cooperative partnership today that will include five cardiology practices located throughout Bergen and Hudson counties in New Jersey. Cross County Cardiology-Mount Sinai Doctors will work to enhance clinical care for patients with cardiovascular disease bringing the most advanced techniques within the field of cardiology and vascular care to the region.
Study findings may help doctors better triage coronavirus patients admitted to the hospital
Research could change standard of care protocols to prevent clotting associated with coronavirus
New center will help fill national gap in transition of patient care from adolescence to adulthood