Left Ventricular Assist Device Delivers Restored Health and Vitality
Ron Schneider had multiple surgeries to correct an Atrial Septal Defect in his heart. However, after those surgeries in the late 1990s, Ron's heart continued to fail.
In 2006, Schneider was told that he had no future treatment options until he came to Mayo Clinic.
Originally appearing in Sharing Mayo Clinic, learn more about Ron, his history and the successful treatment he was able to find.
- Learn more about heart failure.
- Read about Mayo Clinic's approach to ventricular assist device care.
- Connect with others talking about heart conditions on Mayo Clinic Connect.
- Explore Mayo Clinic's Rochester campus.
- Request an appointment.
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