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Anand
EP and Heart Failure, Emory Univ, Atlanta, Ga. Trying to get better every day! Tweets are not medical advice. Love learning from my ep colleagues!!
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Anand 15h
Replying to @jskoruth
Congratulations and thank you for your hard work!!
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SK Jan 21
Frailty impacts outcomes after cardiovascular procedures. Happy to share our work on the Effect and Relationship of  Indices on Survival After
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Anand Jan 24
Fair enough, but look at that paced complex, it looks like his capture. Maybe anodal capture at the ring?
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Anand Jan 24
Replying to @andrew_brenyo
Do u think this is his bundle pacing or lbb pacing?
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Anand Jan 23
Yes, I was just messing around!
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Anand Jan 23
Accepted posters notified last week. Sorry man. Jk, I havent heard either 😉
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Anand Jan 23
Calcified ligamentum artereriosum is my bet...
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Anand Jan 22
Replying to @OregonProgress
No way this is real
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Anand Jan 22
The force from the predeployment tug test will b far greater than anything observed in scanner. The short capsule length will not lend itself to rf current induction. I think would b very safe
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Anand Jan 22
Replying to @StevenZweibel
Agree with you steven, seems bogus to assert that cost must be shifted to recoup lost revenue from open access. I would bet that majority of journal revenue is from adverts,not single article access fees. A disclosure of journal revenues would clarify....
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Anand Jan 21
Were both ilam maps in sinus? Given that the ecg would suggest more apical exit, this highlights how ilam mapping predicts slow/ isthmus site rather than exit? Great maps!
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Anand Jan 20
Replying to @drjohnm
I guess I dont really know what anyone means by Does that mean using warfarin instead of eliquis? Cypher instead of xience? Or does it mean metoprolol instead of afib ablation? Where does the financial penalty arise?
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Anand Jan 19
This is an awesome map. Do you routinely have those heavy white lines added where you perceive lines of block, functional or otherwise?
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Anand Jan 17
For endo/epi, i have also been using the add on ablation code for second mechanism (93655) given that ablation is being down in two different areas (i.e. endo lv and epi lv)...helps reflect work by rvu, but not sure if an APC is assigned to code anymore. May not change
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Anand Jan 16
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Anand Jan 14
Replying to @SpicyWengzGroup
Arabian front
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Anand Jan 14
Replying to @traependergrast
Does anyone going into EM as a career field really believe it is 12 hour shifts of nothing but GSW, upper GI bleeds, trauma bay clamshells and open fractures?
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Anand Jan 14
Agreed, fascinating signals, and very nice map! How do you decide, with this map and those signals all through CL on multiple splines, where to ablate? Assuming functional block/slowing somewhere in center of pinwheel?
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Anand Jan 14
Replying to @drdavidsingh
The la appears to be massively dilated. I would think that degree of enlargement would be a final common finding for many causes of heightened stroke risk, regardless of chadsvasc
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Anand Jan 10
Replying to @slatercharles1
Was cephalic cutdown an option?
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