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May 24, 2012 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-05-24

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Whether you come to Beaumont
for an EKG or a heart attack,
you'll find the most advanced
heart care - anywhere.

At Beaumont, we pioneered a
procedure - now used around
the world - that actually stops
heart attacks while they are
happening.

As the leader in minimally
invasive heart surgery, we
were first in the country to
use a tiny catheter to replace
an aortic valve. First in
Michigan to correct atrial
fibrillation robotically. And
we offer minimally invasive
treatment for complex aortic
aneurysms.

The world's most advanced
technology and most
experienced surgeons and
cardiologists are right here.

Do you have a Beaumont
doctor?

Beaumont®

Call 888-683-7678
or visit beaumont.edu

Marc Sakwa, M.D., a second-generation
surgeon, is chief of Cardiovascular
Surgery at Beaumont Hospital in Royal
Oak. At the Beaumont Valve Center,
he and his colleagues are performing
innovative, leading edge procedures,
such as replacing aortic valves through
small, three-inch incisions.

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