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Mauricio J. Garrido, MD
Cornell University (B.S. Chemical Engineering 1993)
Yale University School of Medicine (M.D. 1998)
Columbia University General Surgery Residency (1998-2001)
Columbia University Cardiothoracic Research Fellow (2001-2002)
Columbia University General Surgery Residency (2002-2004)
Columbia University Cardiothoracic Fellowship (2004-2006)
Columbia University Medical Center, VAD/Transplant & Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Fellow (7/06-12/06)
Treatment of acute and chronic aortic dissection.
Valve-sparring aortic root replacement.
Endovascular, surgical and hybrid treatment of thoracic aortic aneurysms.
Transcatheter aortic valve repair (TAVR), transfemoral and alternate access approaches.
Minimally invasive mitral valve repair.
Engineering principles applied to cardiac surgical management.
Bloodless surgery techniques in cardiac surgery.
Management of cardiac surgical disease in the elderly.
- Aortic valve disease
- Coronary disease
- Mechanical circulatory assistance
- Minimally Invasive