New technique gets around open-heart surgery
Kansas City Star, September 11, 2008
A newly developed procedure is taking the place of open-heart surgeries at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City. The procedure essentially replaces a faulty heart valve with an artificial one, without cutting open the patient's chest.
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