Temple offers an alternative to blood thinners for A-fib patients at risk for stroke.
Temple is a national leader in caring for patients with a rare form of pulmonary hypertension, performing more than 100 pulmonary thromboendarterectomy (PTE) surgeries to date, the highest PTE surgical volume on the East Coast.
Temple researchers are exploring how damaged heart muscles can be repaired after a heart attack.
At the Temple Advanced Heart Failure and Transplantation Program patients are offered a wide range of treatment options to help relieve their symptoms and help facilitate a longer, happier life.
This rare condition is often goes undiagnosed but can be potentially curable.
Every dollar donated helps to provide better treatments and patient care and supports our researchers in their endeavors to advance our understanding of heart and vascular disease.
The best way to beat heart & vascular disease is to avoid it in the first place or to catch it early. We encourage all of our web visitors to learn about the most common causes and symptoms of heart & vascular disease.
Clinical trials that are currently offered at the Temple Heart & Vascular Institute may help patients access new therapies that are not yet widely available.