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Cardiac Surgery Diseases and Conditions

Cardiac surgeons in the Heart & Vascular Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) provide research-driven, collaborative care for the full range of cardiovascular diseases and conditions. Our surgeons specialize in treating patients using traditional open heart surgery techniques and the most advanced minimally invasive procedures.

From more common cardiovascular conditions, such as coronary heart disease and heart rhythm disorders, to rare genetic heart diseases, we have the surgical and medical expertise and advanced technologies necessary to provide outstanding care. We also specialize in providing cardiovascular care for patients who have other health concerns, including women who are pregnant and patients who are being treated for diabetes.

Below is a list of many of the heart and vascular diseases and conditions that are treated by Cardiac Surgery at the Heart & Vascular Center.


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