Matt Mannion

Aspects of a Learner | Matt Mannion

Preparing tomorrow’s physicians has been the central focus of SIU School of Medicine since its founding in 1970. Our progressive educational philosophy has helped to distinguish us from the other U.S

Dr. Tony DeMartini featured in Cath Lab Digest

Cath Lab Digest spoke with Tony DeMartini, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, SIU Heart & Vascular Center about low-dose imaging in chronic total occlusions. Read the article

Making Sense of Blood Pressure Results

"Great job,” your nurse says. “120/80!” If you’re not quite sure what those numbers mean, you’re not alone. But knowing your numbers and what they mean can go a long way in preventing heart disease

New device helps reduce stroke risk in patients with AFib

Patients with irregular heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation, or AFib, have an increased risk of blood clots, which can lead to a stroke. A new device aims to help reduce that risk. Implanted into