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The Benefits of a CHIP Fellowship Program

Dr. Raja Hatem discusses the CHIP Fellowship Program designed to train cardiologists to help the underserved, high-risk patients who exhibit low EF, coronary artery calcification, multivessel disease or chronic total occlusion. IMP-231 To learn more about the Impella┬«┬áplatform of heart pumps, including important risk and safety information associated with the use of the devices, please … Continue reading “The Benefits of a CHIP Fellowship Program”