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Heart failure gene therapy

Animation showing how a gene therapy developed at Imperial will be delivered to patients with heart failure, with the aim of improving the heart's performance. Courtesy of Celladon.

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News - Imperial College Podcast 21 November 2012

The life-saving role of heart attack centres is confirmed in a new study and a plaque is unveiled to commemorate Nobel laureate George Porter.

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Does Higher Quality Primary Healthcare Reduce Admissions for Heart Failure? A National Observational Study

Dr Rachel Brettell, Department of Primary Care and Public Health, Imperial College London. Part of the Department of Primary Care and Public Health Seminar Programme. 11th July 2012.

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Form and function of the developing heart

Professor Thomas Brand (NHLI) looks at the developing heart in his inaugural lecture. The heart is the first functional organ to form in the embryo.

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Electrical propagation in fetal heart model

First we see arrhythmia induced by bile acid in an in vitro model of the fetal heart. The arrhythmia is prevented by the addition of ursodeoxycholic acid.

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