TriHealth Heart & Vascular Institute
As Cincinnati’s leading heart and vascular program, we focus on personalized care - providing the least invasive option, with the least recovery time and optimal outcomes for each patient. Our highly regarded cardiologists and surgeons perform Cincinnati’s widest range of cardiac procedures at multiple locations across the region.
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Greater Cincinnati Region’s Heart Care Leader
- The TriHealth Heart & Vascular Institute is Ohio’s 1st and only alliance with Cleveland Clinic Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute.
- 1st in the world to use the Lightning Flash Mechanical Thrombectomy System to remove blood clots in the pulmonary arteries and venous system.
- A 1st for Cincinnati – HeartFlow® FFRCT Analysis, advanced imaging providing a 3D model of a patient’s arteries showing blood flow and blockages.
- The highest 3-star rating was awarded to the Bethesda North Coronary Artery Bypass surgery program for patient care and outcomes by the Society of Thoracic Surgeons.
- Bethesda North Hospital has received the Blue Distinction Center for Cardiac Care from Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Cincinnati’s most experienced in minimally invasive heart and vascular procedures and surgeries.
One of the first hospitals in the United States – and one of four in Ohio – to offer transcatheter aortic valve replacement, a minimally invasive alternative to open heart valve replacement.
The first health system in the region to repair aortic aneurysms with custom-built stents, known as fenestrated stents.
We are a top provider of acute heart attack care.
Regional leader in cardiac research and clinical trials, offering our patients access to treatment options not available elsewhere.
Contaminated Heater-Cooler Devices
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a warning about the potential risk of a very rare infection due to a non-tuberculous Mycobacterium (NTM) from Sorin 3T Heater-Cooler devices used during open heart and cardio-thoracic surgery. Patients who had open heart or cardio-thoracic surgery for which a heart lung machine might have been used from early-September 2012 through mid-April 2017 should seek medical care if they are experiencing symptoms such as fatigue, muscle pain, joint pain, night sweats, unintentional weight loss, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, unexplained fever, and/or redness, heat or pus at the surgical wound. This infection cannot be spread person-to-person. CDC estimates the risk to be less than 1 percent. We have recently diagnosed a patient who had cardiac surgery at Good Samaritan Hospital during the interval noted with this very rare infection.
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If you want to discuss any of your symptoms with a cardiac surgery provider, please contact our NTM call center at 513 865 9885. You will be asked to provide some basic information for a more detailed call back to follow.