At 59 years old, Michael Froome just got a new heart. His problem goes back 20 years after a chest pain led his doctor to order a cardiac stress test.
“When they put on the last electrode so the monitor comes live with your data, someone in the room goes, ‘Oh! That’s not good,’” Froome recalled.
Spencer Rosero, a cardiologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, is one of Froome’s doctors. He has an idea that could cut the number of hospital visits patients like Froome have to make.