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The Biomechanical Approach to Heart Disease

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    Many cardiovascular researchers consider the heart from a biochemical or genetic standpoint, but what are the advantages to a biomechanical approach? Dr. Joseph Gorman, associate professor of surgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, considers assessment of the pathogenesis of heart disease and heart failure at the organ level with host Dr. Lee Freedman. How are catheter-based techniques proving effective for treating structural heart failure?

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    Many cardiovascular researchers consider the heart from a biochemical or genetic standpoint, but what are the advantages to a biomechanical approach? Dr. Joseph Gorman, associate professor of surgery at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, considers assessment of the pathogenesis of heart disease and heart failure at the organ level with host Dr. Lee Freedman. How are catheter-based techniques proving effective for treating structural heart failure?

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