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Heart Matters – January 2012

Heart Matters – Volume 3, Issue 1. In this issue of Heart Matters, read about how Sunnybrook has achieved Ontario's lowest transfusion rate for elective heart bypass, improving safety and patient comfort in the cardiovascular intensive care unit, our growing Echo Lab, breakthrough treatment for blocked arteries, Schulich Heart Centre grand opening, sixth annual research day and Ninth International Winter Arrhythmia School.

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Heart Matters – November 2011

Heart Matters – Volume 2, Issue 2. In this issue of Heart Matters, read about our new Chair of Vascular Surgery, the Schulich Heart Centre redevelopment, a million dollar grant for STEMI research, 9th Annual Vascular Golf Day, 4th Annual Canadian CTO Summit, honouring Dr. Gideon Cohen and improving the quality of care in the CVICU.

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Heart Matters – June 2011

Heart Matters – Volume 2, Issue 1. In this issue of Heart Matters, read about the opening of the Brian W. Gilbert Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, new port access surgery, new wireless handheld cardiac monitors, Schulich Award winner Claudia Bucci, Echo Lab, blood pressure research, Canada Research Chair in Imaging for Cardiovascular Therapeutics, and ethnicity and heart disease.

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Heart Matters – December 2010

Heart Matters – Volume 1, Issue 3. In this third issue of Heart Matters, read all about a heart patient's speedy recovery from minimally invasive bypass surgery, the new chief of the Schulich Heart Centre, a heart-felt gift of gratitude from a heart patient and his wife, the CCU's Sunnybrook Team Award, and some tips for heart-healthy holiday eating.

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Heart Matters – July 2010

Heart Matters – Volume 1, Issue 2. In this issue of Heart Matters, you'll find stories about our new robotic arrhythmia invasive lab – the first of its kind in Toronto; our celebration of 20,000 hearts, a new study which found fewer Ontarians are dying of heart disease; the important role of the social worker in our patients' experience; our new division head of cardiology; the inaugural Bernard S. Goldman Chair in cardiovascular surgery; our Schulich Award winner and a patient's experience with our new, minimally invasive valve replacement initiative – TAVI.

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