Experts at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust have implanted three leadless heart devices in one patient in a world first.
King’s Health Partners Cardiovascular Education Working Group delivers excellent courses for world leading clinical practitioners.
Stephen Black talks about how he and his colleagues have improved the healing rates of ulcers from under 30% to more than 80%.
Dr Ronak Rajani explores collaborating with King’s Health Partners colleagues and industry partners to deliver world first procedures.
Plans for closer working between Guy’s and St Thomas’ and Royal Brompton & Harefield.
A routine test could help diagnose thousands with ‘microvascular angina’ - abnormalities in their small arteries, according to new study.
New technology is currently being trialled to see if it can improve outcomes for the thousands of patients in the UK fitted with pacemakers.
Research has found that women with high blood pressure in pregnancy have an increased risk of cardiovascular disorders later in life.
A pharmacist at St Thomas’ Hospital has helped launch an app to support people taking medications for long-term health conditions.
We sat down with Prof Maura Giacca who has joined King’s College London to find novel biological drugs for heart attack and heart failure.
Researchers from King’s College London studied data from 127,891 participants who completed the health check between 2010 and 2016.
A new test for angina could help patients avoid an overnight stay in hospital, according to research from King’s College London.