Cardiac surgery and Transplantation

Every day, improvements in the field of heart surgery are created. Surgery is becoming easier and safer, and recovery is becoming faster and less painful, due to advances in technology. New and creative techniques for minimally invasive operations, cutting-edge technologies, and clinical trials are all helping to advance the science of heart surgery in Beaumont, reducing recovery periods and making heart surgery less painful for patients.

With the introduction of newer immunosuppressive drugs and procedures that may potentially result in tolerance, the future of heart transplantation seems bright. A improved knowledge of acute and chronic rejection pathways through basic science investigations supports much of this improvement in heart transplant treatment. Personalized medicine will be a part of the future, with genetics and molecular research dictating specific treatment for best results.

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