The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Tom Avril recently reported on coronary brachytherapy, a technique to treat restenosis in the heart, that had once fallen out of favor.
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It’s that time of the year – new backpacks, fresh haircuts and joyful parents. For many students, the fall sports season has also begun. Jefferson experts have a few reminders to make sure your team is ready.
On his journey to a half marathon, Dr. Weitz visited the Rothman Institute Performance Lab to complete a Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Test with Sports Medicine physician Michael Ross, MD.
Dr. Weitz interviews Jefferson ED Tech Mike Rowe about 11th Hour Racing, a nonprofit that uses running as a vehicle to raise funds to support families of cancer patients who are financially burdened by their diagnosis.
Susan Maier developed pain in her neck and shoulder in the summer of 2013. She mentioned her pain to her cardiologist, Lori Frank, M.D., who ordered an echocardiogram and nuclear stress test, which ended up saving her life.