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Quests for Bioengineered Pacemakers, Angelman Gene Therapy News

Quests for Bioengineered Pacemakers, Angelman Gene Therapy

UC Davis Health professors David Segal and Deborah Lieu have received Discovery Stage Research Projects (DISC2) awards from the governing Board of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM).

A Precision Medicine Approach to a Common Type of Heart Failure News

A Precision Medicine Approach to a Common Type of Heart Failure

We all know that fatty foods are linked to blocked arteries and a higher risk for heart disease, but why or how the food becomes toxic has remained a mystery, until now.

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) - A Less-Invasive Alternative to Open Heart Surgery Video

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) - A Less-Invasive Alternative to Open Heart Surgery

The heart care team at UC Davis Health was first in the Sacramento region to offer transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), a less-invasive alternative to open heart surgery for treating aortic valve stenosis.

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JoAnn Cannon — Getting back to a "new normal" News

JoAnn Cannon — Getting back to a "new normal"

JoAnn Cannon, a 62-year-old retired professor of Italian studies who lives in Davis, Calif., had for years dealt with a condition called achalasia, which causes food to collect in the esophagus and makes swallowing difficult.

How does removing the voice box affect the sense of smell? News

How does removing the voice box affect the sense of smell?

A new study by UC Davis Health researchers assessed the quality of life of patients who had their voice box removed. It showed that 60% experienced moderate to severe changes to their sense of smell, even two years after the operation.

Life-changing Craniofacial Care Helps a Girl Eat and Breathe News

Life-changing Craniofacial Care Helps a Girl Eat and Breathe

UC Davis Cleft and Craniofacial team helps improve Lily Jones’ life.

Gynecology |view more

Probiotics in pregnancy improve nausea and vomiting, study suggests News

Probiotics in pregnancy improve nausea and vomiting, study suggests

In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers at the UC Davis School of Medicine found that probiotics significantly improve the symptoms of pregnancy-related nausea, vomiting and constipation.

World’s first stem cell treatment for spina bifida delivered during fetal surgery News

World’s first stem cell treatment for spina bifida delivered during fetal surgery

Groundbreaking trial aims to reverse the paralysis and other abnormal functions of spina bifida before birth

Congenital syphilis linked to socioeconomic factors News

Congenital syphilis linked to socioeconomic factors

Cases of syphilis passed from mother to developing baby are on the rise

Pediatric Cardiology |view more

A Minimally Invasive Repair for Coarctation of the Aorta News

A Minimally Invasive Repair for Coarctation of the Aorta

Boy receives life-changing cardiac catheterization for rare heart condition

Southern California baby travels to UC Davis Health for a game-changing procedure News

Southern California baby travels to UC Davis Health for a game-changing procedure

Born premature at 25 weeks in April 2021, Mateo had a PICC line (similar to an IV, but a thicker and more durable tube) placed in his right arm to deliver fluids, nutrition and medications into his body. The PICC line was removed when ...

UC Davis Health fixes baby’s heart defect using echocardiography-only strategy News

UC Davis Health fixes baby’s heart defect using echocardiography-only strategy

Patent ductus arteriosus closure successfully completed without contrast

Orthopaedics |view more

UC Davis develops engineered bone marrow to study early osteosarcoma progression News

UC Davis develops engineered bone marrow to study early osteosarcoma progression

Researchers test interactions of macrophages with bone cancer cells in a new 3D bone marrow model.

UC Davis Health opens new center focused on musculoskeletal research News

UC Davis Health opens new center focused on musculoskeletal research

UC Davis Health officially opened its new Oak Park Lawrence J. Ellison Musculoskeletal Research Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 6. The new facility provides laboratories where faculty, residents, fellows, medical students, ...

A new hip for a patient with rare neuromuscular condition News

A new hip for a patient with rare neuromuscular condition

For the first time, a patient with spinal muscular atrophy has successfully received a hip replacement

Thoracic Surgery |view more

Pulmonologist Amir Zeki honored for anti-vaping efforts News

Pulmonologist Amir Zeki honored for anti-vaping efforts

UC Davis Health pulmonologist Amir A. Zeki was recently honored by the Sacramento County Tobacco Control Coalition for speaking to local youth and community groups about the dangers of using e-cigarettes, or vaping.

Training the Next Generation of Surgeons with Advanced Robotics - Cultivating Health Video

Training the Next Generation of Surgeons with Advanced Robotics - Cultivating Health

UC Davis Health is training the next generation of surgeons using some of the most advanced robotic surgery systems available.

Stem cells: A possible treatment for severe respiratory failure, a COVID-19 complication News

Stem cells: A possible treatment for severe respiratory failure, a COVID-19 complication

New clinical trial aims to boost survival chances for patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome.

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