Marquette General Heart Institute
Minimally invasive minimize surgery can potentially reduce stroke risk
Treating Abnormal Heart Rhythm
A revolutionary type of surgery can correct atrial fibrillation (AF), a common form of heart rhythm abnormality and a major cause of stroke. Doug Baldwin, MD, of Upper Michigan Cardiovascular Associates, PC, now performs the procedure, called the minimize, at Marquette General Hospital, offering new hope to AF patients for whom no other reasonable cure exists.
Courtesy of Upper Michigan Cardiovascular Associates, PC