George Vaughn had never had heart trouble until one fateful morning when his wife found him slumped over in their shower. Thanks to her quick actions and the care team at Sutter Heart and Vascular Institute, Vaughn beat the odds and survived a lethal ventricular fibrillation.
At age 50 Nick had a second heart attack. The heart damage was so extensive, there was only one promising solution: a heart transplant.
Mitch thought he had the flu. Fast-thinking doctors at Sutter Health found heart failure – just in time.
At age 88, William Ayres' atrial fibrillation was uncontrolled until he underwent the Totally Thorascopic Maze (TT Maze) Procedure.
Ian and Jennifer were overjoyed with the arrival of their first born, but at only a few weeks old he was diagnosed with a heart murmer.
Abby was known as 'angry baby' until her parents saw something wasn't right. Thanks to Sutter's pediatric specialists, Abby is happy and thriving.
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