Dr. Edward P Chen M.D.
Cardiothoracic Surgeon1365a Clifton Rd Ne Suite A2200 Atlanta GA, 30322
Dr. Edward Chen is a cardiothoracic surgeon practicing in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Chen specializes in surgical procedues of vital organs in the chest such as the heart, lungs, esophagus and more. As a cardiothoracic surgeon, Dr. Chen typically treats conditions like heart disease and lung disease. This class of surgeon can also include cardiac surgeons, cardiovascular surgeons, congenital heart surgeons and general thoracic surgeons.
SurgeryAmerican Board of SurgeryABS
Thoracic SurgeryAmerican Board of Thoracic SurgeryABTS
- Modern approaches and use of surgical treatment for pericardial disease.
- Aortic reconstruction after complex injury of the mid-transverse arch.
- Axillary cannulation for proximal aortic surgery is as safe in the emergent setting as in elective cases.
- Acute aortic dissection with intimal layer prolapse into the left ventricle.
- Nocardia nova aortitis after coronary artery bypass surgery.
- Ileofemoral malperfusion complicating type a dissection: revascularization prevents renal failure.
- Reduced levels of fibrin (antithrombin I) and antithrombin III underlie coagulopathy following complex cardiac surgery.
- Long-term outcomes after isolated aortic valve replacement in octogenarians: a modern perspective.
- A small molecule CRTH2 antagonist inhibits FITC-induced allergic cutaneous inflammation.
- Antagonism of CRTH2 ameliorates chronic epicutaneous sensitization-induced inflammation by multiple mechanisms.
- Murine bone marrow-derived mast cells express chemoattractant receptor-homologous molecule expressed on T-helper class 2 cells (CRTh2).
- Selective antegrade cerebral perfusion via right axillary artery cannulation reduces morbidity and mortality after proximal aortic surgery.
- Prophylactic use of factor IX concentrate in a Jehovah's Witness patient.
- Early results of valve-sparing aortic root replacement in high-risk clinical scenarios.
- Aortic valve-sparing operations: state of the art.
- Total aortic arch replacement for the treatment of Kommerell's diverticulum in a Jehovah's Witness.
- Moderate hypothermia and unilateral selective antegrade cerebral perfusion: a contemporary cerebral protection strategy for aortic arch surgery.
- Cleft posterior mitral valve leaflet: identification using three-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography.
- The impact of body mass index on morbidity and short- and long-term mortality in cardiac valvular surgery.
- Positioning an intraaortic balloon pump using intraoperative transesophageal echocardiogram guidance.
- Short- and long-term outcomes in patients undergoing valve surgery with end-stage renal failure receiving chronic hemodialysis.
- COX-2 and PGE2-dependent immunomodulation in breast cancer.
- Expanding the indications for the David V aortic root replacement: early results.
- The impact of hematocrit on fibrin clot formation assessed by rotational thromboelastometry.
- Outcomes following redo sternotomy for aortic surgery.
- Hemiarch replacement at 28°C: an analysis of mild and moderate hypothermia in 500 patients.
- Contemporary results for proximal aortic replacement in North America.
- Three-factor prothrombin complex concentrate and hemostasis after high-risk cardiovascular surgery.
- Transfusion and hematologic variables after fibrinogen or platelet transfusion in
- Invited commentary.
- Aortic arch surgery using moderate hypothermia and unilateral selective antegrade cerebral perfusion.
- Acute type a dissection: impact of antegrade cerebral perfusion under moderate hypothermia.
- Improved left ventricular function and remodeling after the david v for significant aortic insufficiency.
- The "TEVAR-first" approach to DeBakey I aortic dissection with mesenteric malperfusion.
- Total arch replacement using moderate hypothermic circulatory arrest and unilateral selective antegrade cerebral perfusion.
- Bad company: supracristal VSD presenting with ruptured sinus of valsalva aneurysm. a case presentation with echocardiographic depiction and an analysis of contemporary literature.
- Targeting COX-2 abrogates mammary tumorigenesis: Breaking cancer-associated suppression of immunosurveillance.
- Midterm results of David V valve-sparing aortic root replacement in acute type A aortic dissection.
- Double transcatheter valve-in-valve therapy: A viable alternative for high-risk
- Moderate Versus Deep Hypothermia With Unilateral Selective Antegrade Cerebral Perfusion for Acute Type A Dissection.
- The real root-cause analysis: Optimizing surgical options in the current era.
- Reaching the full potential of MEP monitoring during surgery of the thoracoabdominal aorta.
- Maxing out the axillary artery for arterial cannulation in acute type A dissection.
- The David V Valve-Sparing Root Replacement Provides Improved Survival Compared With Mechanical Valve-conduits in the Treatment of Young Patients With Aortic Root Pathology.
- Optimal temperature management in aortic arch operations.
- When and how to replace the aortic root in type A aortic dissection.
- Severity of Preoperative Aortic Regurgitation Does Not Impact Valve Durability of Aortic Valve Repair Following the David V Valve Sparing Aortic Root Replacement.
- Clinical Outcomes of the David V Valve-Sparing Root Replacement Compared With Bioprosthetic Valve-Conduits for Aortic Root Aneurysms.
- Baby, it's cold outside. Does it need to be?
- Recurrent aortic dissection: a challenging but rare dilemma.
- Hypothermia and Selective Antegrade Cerebral Perfusion Is Safe for Arch Repair in Type A Dissection.
- Risk Factors for Late Aortic Valve Dysfunction After the David V Valve-Sparing Root Replacement.
- Reoperative aortic root replacement: Outcome in a contemporary series.
- Thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm repair: open, endovascular, or hybrid?
- Safety of Moderate Hypothermia With Antegrade Cerebral Perfusion in Total Aortic Arch Replacement.
- Heart Bypass Surgery (cabg), Thoracic Surgery, Endovascular Surgery And More
- MemberEmory Healthcare Network Physician
- University Calif
- University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Affiliated Hospitals
Dr. Edward P Chen M.D.'s Practice location
Atlanta, GA 30322Get Direction
Dr. Edward P Chen M.D.'s reviewsWrite Review
Patient Experience with Dr. Chen
- How Does your Triglyceride Level Affect You?
Triglycerides are produced as a product of breakdown of fats. It is also produced from carbohydrates to be stored as energy. Triglycerides are generally stored in fat cells and released when needed.The healthy range or normal level of triglycerides in the body is less than 150 milligrams per...
- Treatment for Congestive Heart Failure
The following methods work together to treat heart failure:...
- What Is an Arrhythmia?
An arrhythmia is the violations of the frequency, rhythm, and sequence of heart contractions.Why do arrythmias occur?...
- Alternative Remedies to Treat Cardiovascular Diseases
Herbal Treatment of the heart has been used by mankind for centuries and has shown an excellent effect. Especially effective was the use of medicinal plants in the case of chronic diseases, such as atherosclerosis and hypertension, where treatment involves a particular duration and a comprehensive...
- Atrial Fibrillation: What is a Catheter Ablation?
Atrial fibrillation - also known as AF or a-fib - is a medical condition that affects the rhythm of the heart. Problems that affect the rhythm of the heart cause a condition known as arrhythmia. This condition often causes irregular blood flow. It is quite common, with more than 200,000 cases in the...
- Are There Benign and Malignant Tumors of the Heart?
It is a well-known fact that in the body, in various tissues due to various reasons, neoplasms sometimes appear in the form of tumor growths. The heart is not an exception. The tumor growth can be benign and malignant. Therefore, there are two types of the heart tumors.Benign tumors These do not...
- Dr. Joseph Irvin Miller MD95 Collier Road Atlanta GA 30309
- Dr. Kenneth L Franco MD69 Jesse Hill Jr Dr Se Atlanta GA 30303
- Dr. Kendra J. Grubb M.D.201 Abraham Flexner Way Louisville Kentucky 40202
- Dr. Daniel L Miller M.D.1365 Clifton Rd Ne Atlanta GA 30322
- Dr. Ward Vaughn Houck M.D.61 Whitcher St Ne Marietta GA 30060
- Dr. Kirk R Kanter M.D.1405 Clifton Rd Ne Atlanta GA 30322