Michael tried various treatments to control his a-fib with little success. Washington University physicians had the answer to long term relief by using cardiac mapping, an innovative treatment developed at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
Courtney was diagnosed with heart disease as a child. It didn't stop her from leading an active lifestyle until she noticed her health begin to decline.
Lena Mörsch has lived with congenital heart disease since childhood. Now she is on a mission to help others with the disease find support.
Steve's life was limited by a-fib, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity. Learn how our heart team restored his heart's rhythm and his health.
Read how physicians at Barnes-Jewish Hospital helped Gary when an aneurysm due to Marfan syndrome threatened his life.