Heart valve diseases
Your heart valves work hard: in an average lifetime they open and close 2.5 billion times. Understand more about heart valve diseases and how they’re treated.
An arrhythmia is when the heart beats either faster or slower than normal. Learn more about the most common heart arrhythmias.
Plaques can build up silently and go undetected over many years, but are a major risk for coronary disease. Explore more about coronary disease and its treatment.
Congenital heart defects
Congenital heart defects are problems with the heart that are present at birth and are more common than you may think. Look inside and improve your knowledge of congenital heart defects.
A normal heart pumps 7200 liters of blood per day. Heart failure means that it is pumping less. Discover the range of treatment options for heart failure.