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When open-heart surgery isn't an option, the minimally invasive Abbott’s MitraClip® procedure can treat mitro valve regurgitation.
Toledo Children's Hospital patients received a special visit from the man in the red suit through telehealth technology.
Through ProMedica Innovations, Dr. Piggot invented the FLEX Scoring Catheter to cut and weaken plaque so that an artery can be properly cleared.
56-year-old Rick Sobecki took part in a global clinical study of a new aortic heart valve after discovering he had atrial fibrillation.
Toledo native Conrad Jobst helped invent a stocking to reduce swelling in the legs. These stockings are still popular today.
Telestroke technology helped a doctor treat a patient who had a stroke miles away.
A device with a laser light camera helped Dr. Pigott extract plaque from Joseph Wichman's narrowed arteries after his encounter with peripheral artery disease.
A loop recorder injected under the skin helps patients with atrial fibrillation, which may increase the risk of stroke.