It was a full house Saturday for Sarasota Memorial and Columbia University Medical Center's Cardiac Summit.  Keynote speaker was Craig Smith, MD, Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Columbia, who performed former President Bill Clinton's successful quadruple bypass surgery in 2004.  Dr. Smith spoke to the large crowd about a new treatment for heart valve disorders called Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement, or TAVR.
Shared publicly