Jessica Vargas from Cali, Colombia, faced a complicated congenital aneurysm when she was only 15-years-old. Dr. Jorge Holguin, an Interventional Radiologist at Clinica Nuestra, a healthcare partner of Corazón y Aorta in Cali had the expertise and the tools needed to save Jessica’s life by performing a non-invasive complex surgery.
In 2014, 5 million people in India suffered heart attacks, and 3 million of those people didn’t live. The likelihood of surviving a heart attack is more than 80% if treatment is received within the first two hours. But in India, the average time to treatment is more than six hours.
Imagine holding a plastic model of your own heart in your hand, complete with unique chambers and valves. Or imagine your doctor putting on a pair of Virtual Reality (VR) goggles to “step inside” the intricate pathways of your body, checking for anything out of the ordinary
Erica and Nate Endicott expected to simply walk out of their appointment with more ultrasound images of their son. However, the appointment did not go as smoothly. During the exam, something caught the doctor’s attention
“Our goal is to produce an application that you would use to assess TBI and the severity of the injury before symptoms to help clinicians guide their treatment and monitor patient recovery,” said Jason Polzin, a 21-year GE vet and longtime football fan #BrainAwarenessWeek
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