Cardiac Surgeons Provide Second Chance at Life

Northwestern Medicine
Cardiology February 27, 2014
Woman sitting in a room full of dressesAn aortic stent was supposed to help consultant and prom dress charity volunteer Amy Ross’ potentially fatal narrowing of the aorta, but complications from the stent surgery only made the condition worse. So Amy turned to the specialists at Northwestern Medicine’s Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute for a second surgery. The successful procedure corrected the first surgery, repaired the defect and returned her to the active life she loves.

Learn about the innovative ways cardiac surgeon Hyde M. Russell, MD, treats adult congenital heart defects.

If we can do this for Amy, imagine what we can do for you. To discover your breakthrough, call 312-694-6066 or visit:  breakthroughs.nm.org.