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O. H. Frazier, MD
"The devices we've been developing and testing are either ventricular assist devices or artificial hearts. They are all pumps of some type, but they each work differently for a specific function," explains Dr. Bud Frazier, who has been instrumental in the development of many of the devices.

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An historic milestone for THI
1,000 LVAD implants and counting, smaller and helping more patients
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Video interview with O. H. "Bud" Frazier, MD; Chief, Center for Cardiac Support; Director, Cardiovascular Surgery Research; and Co-Director, Cullen Cardiovascular Research Laboratories, at Texas Heart Institute.
 

O. H. "Bud" Frazier, MD, on his inspiration for developing treatments for heart failure at the Texas Heart Institute.

 
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