EKOS Assisted Thrombolysis：A New Weapon to Open Occluded Vessel2018/7/18
A 27-year-old pregnant woman for 11 weeks suffered from chest pain, dyspnea, and syncope hence was referred to our center for further treatment.
Combination of the catheter ablation and appendage occlusion. Atrial fibrillation and stork will be away from you2018/4/11
A 49-year-old Mr. Ni in Taichung City had suffered from diabetes, hypertension, and paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.
When the hear of newborn baby is occupied by a tumor…free from surgery, drugs can regress it2018/1/8
Cardiac Rhabdomyoma (CR) is the most common neonatal heart tumor. It is a kind of benign sarcoma (Harmatoma). If it is small and it only appears in unimportant sites, it only needs to be carefully followed and most tumors can subside after two years of age.
A woman received more than 20 electric shocks for heart arrhythmia. 3D Electrocoagulation treats the formidable atrial fibrillation2017/6/28
Atrial fibrillation is the most common cause of heart arrhythmia in adults, which current prevalence rate has surpassed 1% of total population in Taiwan (estimated at about 230,000 people).
Acute Pulmonary Embolism (APE) could be fatal. Thrombosis by Ultrasonic Homogenization Combined with Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis Therapy. Up to 95% thrombolysis success rate and reduces intracerebral hemorrhage2017/6/21
Have you ever suffered from shortness of breath or chest tightness but could not find the reason or stopped paying attention after the symptoms have been alleviated? Be careful, this could be caused by “acute pulmonary embolism (APE).”
New Medical Technology Reimbursed by National Health Insurance: Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion (LAAO) effectively helps patients with atrial fibrillation in stroke prevention2017/5/17
Atrial fibrillation (abbreviated as AF) is the most common type of cardiac arrhythmia, which is more likely to occur as one ages. In Taiwan, about 1% of people are estimated to suffer from AF.
Implantation of the latest ventricular assist device saves life2017/4/26
Chief of Cardiac Surgery, CMUH, Dr. Ping-Chun Li successfully saved a patient from dying of terminal heart failure by implanting the latest left ventricular assist device this March.