Features May 2007 Issue

Heart Treatment Made Easier for Patients

Advances in technology are enabling faster diagnoses and more effective treatment, with less stress for patients.

Constant developments in medical science help make heart treatment a more "patient-friendly" process, according to Richard Krasuski, M.D., a cardiologist at Cleveland Clinic. "By finding what’s best for patients, we are providing them with the best opportunity to improve their health," he says. This includes new techniques and procedures that make cardiac treatment less invasive, safer, and more effective.

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