Charles Davidson from Northwestern Medicine: SCOUT Trial Looks at New Catheter Therapy Option for Cardiac Patients

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As the field of cardiology advances new procedures are being developed to help patients in more effective methods. The SCOUT trial looked at one potential treatment to help patients with tricuspid regurgitation.

As the field of cardiology advances new procedures are being developed to help patients in more effective methods. The SCOUT trial looked at one potential treatment to help patients with tricuspid regurgitation.

Charles Davidson, MD, from Northwestern Medicine discussed the results of the trial during a recent interview with MD Magazine. Davidson said the new technology can be used to help avoid open heart surgery and has also been shown to be more effective that other medical treatment options.

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