Two University of Arizona researchers are co-authors of a report released that examines current statistics of cardiac arrest in the United States and recommends public health strategies to improve survival rates.
About one in 500 people have Hypertrophic cardiomyopathyand approximately 1 percent of people with the disorder die suddenly each year and many of them are young and unaware they even have heart issues.
With mixed emotions Sarver Heart Center announced the retirement of Lori Mackstaller, MD.
More than 160 people from the greater Tucson community and student volunteers gathered for Healthy Heart Day 2015.
CPR Giant 'Threepeat' For UA Sarver Heart Center.
When Bill Chacon saw Gene Gerner fall off his horse, he knew something was seriously wrong: Gene wasn’t moving.
A message from Catherine MacDonald, BScN, MBA, cardiology clinical research manager.
Read about new faculty who have joined the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center and UA College of Medicine - Tucson.