Features January 2010 Issue

Innovations for 2010 Include Tools and Drugs for Heart Health

Devices to reduce stroke risk and assist heart transplant patients are among the technological breakthroughs helping patients in the year ahead.

Cleveland Clinic annually produces a list of the top medical innovations for the coming year. The annual lineup always contains a wide range of medical subjects, from pediatrics and orthopedics to neurology, and, of course, cardiology. Cleveland Clinic’s Top Ten Medical Innovations for 2010 again contains several devices, medications and diagnostic tools related to heart health.

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