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Astonished by Inspire
Ryan Rogers suffered from unrestful sleep for decades. When diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea, he had an Inspire device implanted at UH – and was astonished by the results.
Oxygenation Study Helps Ballet Dancer Recover from ACL Surgery
When a Cleveland Ballet dancer tore his ACL, the UH sports medicine team used their expertise and wearable technology to get him ready to perform again.
A Rebirth for Mother of Four
UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute is first in Ohio to enroll postpartum women in study of cardiomyopathy.
Woman’s Sleep Disorder Diagnoses Lead to Better Quality Sleep
Shannon Neme’s snoring led to an obstructive sleep apnea diagnosis, but her continued exhaustion pointed to a secondary sleep disorder as well.
Why Sleep Is Essential for Heart Health
Though many people don’t realize it, sleep is just as important as your blood pressure or cholesterol level for heart health.
Heart Attack Survivor Finds Weight Loss Success with Bariatric Surgery
After suffering a heart attack, Greg Pott was determined to make positive changes in his life. So he turned to the experts at the UH Bariatric Surgery Program to help him on his weight loss journey.
Patient with Cardiogenic Shock and Heart Failure Receives Award-Winning Care
When father of three Brian Pentsa’s atrial fibrillation diagnosis led to a medical emergency, he received expert care at University Hospitals’ award-winning cardiac intensive care unit.
Awake During an Aortic Aneurysm Repair
After collapsing at home, a Parma man gets minimally invasive surgery at UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute to repair three ruptured aneurysms.