A newly established research chair aims to improve care and experiences for hundreds of thousands of patients who require life-saving heart surgeries and procedures each year
Researchers comparing the prolonged effects of cardiovascular rehab exercises in patients with coronary artery disease determine Nordic walking confers additional health benefits
First-of-its-kind research offers new hope for people at risk of heart attack
Data scientists at the Heart Institute have developed and tested a model with predictive capabilities for patients on the waitlist for heart surgery
We’ve compiled our highlights from Canada’s largest cardiac congress
"Last ditch effort" may give critically ill patients hope and a "fighting chance"
Transcatheter mitral valve repair may be a salvage therapy for patients with cardiogenic shock
Scientists have long understood that obesity causes inflammation, but there is still debate that the reverse is true – that inflammation causes obesity. That is, until now.
A new study tells how Canadians have coped at various stages of the outbreak
The heart of the angiotensin controversy amid COVID-19: The safety of inhibitors and receptor blockers amid a global pandemic
Scientists investigate the safety of two commonly used classes of medications amid a global pandemic.
Dr. Andrew Crean and his colleagues at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute are studying the potential for CT scan technology as a first step in detecting positive cases of COVID-19