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Deep Chandh Raja Aug 13
CS angio- Difficulties in negotiating the tortuous tributary and moreso phrenic N capture at all poles in the more posterior tributary
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Deep Chandh Raja Aug 14
1. Anatomical challenges for device implants in adult congenital heart 2. Advocacy for primary prevention ICD in post surgical repair congenital heart ds (not 'only' post TOF repairs)
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Deep Chandh Raja Aug 10
Great teaching on identifying non- PV triggers in AF by Prof Francis Marchlinski..invaluable slides..
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Prash Sanders Aug 10
Incredibly informative session on Arrhythmias in congenital heart disease this morning - Jon Kalman, Andrew Davis, Irene Stevenson and Jon Skinner - I am learning a lot
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Prash Sanders Aug 10
Replying to @aphrs2019
.....and outstanding collaborations with our colleagues from with Prof Minglong Chen
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Prash Sanders Aug 10
Fabulous EP program this year - speakers did a grand job, amazing joint sessions. Thank you to the amazing international faculty & contribution to the program - we learnt a lot and Prof Frank Marchlinski
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Dave Cleghorn Aug 8
Every 9 minutes an Australian suffers a stroke. Stroke is disabling and life changing. What can be done to prevent it? Hear from the experts
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JACC Journals Aug 8
Case Report: Learn how an intra-coronary tirofiban injection restored blood flow in the sinus node artery with return of sinus rhythm after ablation of atrial tachycardia in the anterior left atrium.
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Suneet Mittal Jul 31
While the were busy saving $$$ and hoarding prospects that will never see the major leagues on their team, the did what they needed to do - they got themselves a real starter and put themselves in the . Who is beating Verlander, Cole, and Greinke?
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Prash Sanders Aug 7
Looking forward to this session - outstanding experience of the speakers and panelist....will be fun
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Dave Cleghorn Aug 1
A star studded line up for this year’s ‘State of the Art’ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦ All welcome!
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Phillip Cuculich, MD Aug 5
So, it’s not JACC (yet), but our has installed a rule. Simply resubmit your previously declined paper as-is! If we like it, we ask for reformat AFTER acceptance. Give us your tired, your poor, Your huddled manuscripts, yearning to breathe free.
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Pasquale Santangeli Aug 6
Replying to @drrpathak @ACTHealth
Great to see you Rajeev and thanks for having me
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Rajeev kumar Pathak Aug 6
Great honour to have friend and mentor ⁦⁩ in canberra ⁦⁩. We all having great time.
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Deep Chandh Raja Aug 7
Thanks for spending time with us..hope you had a great stay..Nice to learn from masters like you and
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Andres Enriquez Jul 25
area of slow conduction unmasked by extrastimuli (confluence of 5 isochrones in small area), this correlated with diastolic activity, long stim-qrs and VT termination
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Doug Gibson MD, FHRS Jul 14
Post isuprel. I did not do this on a whim. Serious clinical challenge in this patient. Strokes and bleeds. Not a good candidate for OAC. Changed OAC, no change in smoke. Extremely concerned about pt while on OAC
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Suneet Mittal Jul 17
Nice! A lot of hard work is required to generate the desired salaries. The $$$ really does not grow on trees. Because of time constraints, it becomes harder and harder to add 1000 wRVUs to existing productivity. 90% data seems impossible to achieve, if sleep still required.
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Ahmet Taha Alper Jul 17
Today's second case is also fascicular VT w 1:1 conduction. Nice manifest entrainment from the atrium confirmed the VT.
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Robert Schaller Jul 18
Interesting ECG of a young man with new low EF and intermittent CHB
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