Mario A. Castillo Sang, MD
Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery, Surgery, General
Areas of Interest
- Mechanical cardiac circulatory support, - Endovascular aortic surgery , - Mitral valve repair, - Coronary revascularization, - Pulmonary embolectomy for acute and subacute pulmonary emboli, Minimally Invasive Treatments:, - Mitral valve surgery, - Video-assisted mitral valve surgery , - Hybrid, atrial fibrillation surgery, - Aortic valve surgery, - Transcatheter aortic valve replacement
Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Mario Castillo Sang, MD, is an expert in minimally invasive aortic and mitral valve surgery with special interests including coronary revascularization, surgical management of atrial fibrillation and heart and lung transplantation. Dr. Castillo - Sang will play a pivotal role in the heart valve program at The Christ Hospital, which has pioneered minimally invasive valve replacement procedures and continues to introduce new treatments to our region.
Dr. Castillo Sang earned a medical degree from Tec of Monterrey, Ignacio A. Santos School of Medicine, completed his general surgery residency at The University of Toledo and Fellowship in Cardiothoracic Surgery at Washington University in Saint Louis / Barnes-Jewish Hospital. During his studies, he was elected Administrative Chief General Surgery Resident at the University of Toledo, awarded the The Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award.
Dr. Castillo Sang met his wife, who is from Cincinnati, while completing his general surgery training at the University of Toledo. They have two lovely daughters and are happy to return to friends and family in Cincinnati.