Raymond Singer, MD

Einstein Answers: Frequent Questions About Heart Disease

By on 10/21/2019

Nearly half of U.S. adults have some form of heart or blood vessel disease, according to the American Heart Association. But these conditions generally can be treated with medications, procedures or some combination.

In these videos, Einstein heart surgeon Raymond Singer, MD, focuses mainly on treatments for two common conditions, coronary artery disease and heart valve disease. Dr. Singer is Chief of Cardiac Surgery at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery.

Click or tap below to watch the videos.

What Does a Heart Disease Patient Look Like?

What Is Heart Valve Disease?

What Is Coronary Artery Disease?

What Should Someone Look for in a Heart Surgeon?

How Is Minimally Invasive Surgery Different From Open Heart Surgery?

What Is TAVR?

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