There are more than 114,500 people in the United States on transplant waiting lists. On average, 20 people die each day waiting for an organ. David Mulligan, MD, chief of Yale Medicine Transplant Surgery & Immunology answered questions about what is being done to address the shortage.
There is a reason aortic aneurysm is known as “the silent killer.” Most people who have an aneurysm have no symptoms at all. This video features a patient who underwent surgery for aortic aneurysm and highlights the work of cardiac surgeon John Elefteriades, MD, an internationally renowned pioneer in his field.