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Arrhythmia treatment with zero radiation

Catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation is a well-known corrective procedure. Thanks to new innovative three-dimensional (3D) mapping systems, more cardiac arrhythmia patients can now benefit from zero radiation exposure during…

Advanced treatment for severe heart failure

Heart failure is a complex condition and often requires a combination of treatments. At Harefield Hospital, severe heart failure patients can benefit from ventricular assisted device surgery using a minimally…

Patient-centred physiotherapy

At Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Specialist Care, we offer comprehensive treatment for private patients with cardiac and respiratory conditions – including physiotherapy. Physiotherapy can help to manage long-term conditions…

Reducing arrhythmia key to tackling UK stroke endemic

Heart rhythm problems affect millions in the UK. But what can be done to prevent them from occurring? Dr Jonathan Clague suggests that people need to know about the damaging…

Leaky mitral valves fixed with MitraClip®

The transcatheter mitral valve repair (TMVR) programme at Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals is one of the most experienced and comprehensive in the world. Dr Robert Smith has treated more…

3D imaging reduces x-ray exposure

More cardiac arrhythmia patients can now benefit from zero radiation exposure during transcatheter procedures, thanks to innovative three dimensional (3D) mapping systems. Arrhythmias or heart rhythm problems are experienced by…

High intensity sport and cardiac conditions

Is there a link between sport and cardiac arrest? Can high intensity sport cause cardiac events? If you have an undetected cardiovascular condition then it might – but, for the…

New approaches to Coronary Occlusion

Patients who experience chest pain or shortness of breath will often find that coronary artery disease is the cause of their symptoms. Coronary artery disease is one of the top…

Lung Cancer Surgery using groundbreaking VATS PlasmaJet® System

At Harefield Hospital, patients with pleural pathology and those with metastatic tumours in the lung can be treated using less invasive and more effective surgical approaches in the form of…

Aortic valve replacement patients benefit from the new Inspiris Resilia valve

Harefield Hospital, one of the first centres in the world to implant the Edwards Lifesciences® Inspiris Resilia tissue valve; estimated to last up to 30 years. This new valve is…