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Michael Chetrit
Cardiologist.Former CardioMcGill. Advanced Cardiac Imaging Fellow . Interested in Cardiac Amyloid and Pericardial diseases. My views are my own.
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Michael Chetrit retweeted
Governor Mike DeWine 9h
We are so happy to see this happening in . It is saving lives. Thank you, !
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John Burn-Murdoch 8h
NEW: Tues 31 March = overhaul of coronavirus trajectories As the story shifts, the charts shift. We’re now focusing on *new* cases & deaths rather than running totals. Why? Because key for any country is when today’s new cases are fewer than yesterday’s
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Amyloidosis_papers 16h
Mutation update: TGFBI pathogenic and likely pathogenic variants in corneal dystrophies.
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Eric Topol Mar 30
I really like seeing this: March 26 vs March 30 Most US cities hit are flattening the slope of their fatality curves and increasing deaths doubling time
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Ahmad Masri Mar 28
An important case in - when you have a typical infiltrative pattern, negative and AL testing, don't stop and call it false positive -- look for the cause- here was apoliporotein A1-amyloid
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Governor Mike DeWine Mar 28
Replying to @GovMikeDeWine
We are lengthening the onset of the peak time and flattening the curve. The flattening is happening in , but how much we flatten will depend on all of us.
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Allan L. Klein Mar 28
We lost a great friend and echo legend. Condolences to his family and colleagues
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Ted Kalem Mar 28
“Air samples that were positive ... were examined for viral propagation in Vero E6 cells. Cytopathic effect was not observed in any sample and immunofluorescence and western blot analysis have not, so far, indicated the presence of viral antigens suggesting viral replication.”
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Michael Chetrit Mar 28
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Abbott Mar 27
BREAKING: We’re launching a test that can detect COVID-19 in as little as 5 minutes—bringing rapid testing to the frontlines.
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Nadeen N. Faza, M.D. Mar 27
📣 - A 💥MUST💥read 💥YOU COULD SAVE A LIFE 💥 "Reacquainting Cardiology with 🏥in Response to the😷 Pandemic" 👉
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Bonita Anderson Mar 27
Does anyone have any tips on performing an echocardiogram when the patient is prone?
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Gregg Fonarow MD Mar 28
Vericiguat in Patients with Heart Failure and Reduced Ejection Fraction | NEJM
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Robert Mentz Mar 28
VICTORIA trial: HFrEF w recent worsening HF. A 10% relative risk reduction in CV death and HF hosp with 4.2% absolute risk reduction (per 100 pt yrs). NNT of 24.
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Ann Gage Mar 27
Breathing New Life into an Old Skillset: Reacquainting Cardiology with Mechanical Ventilation in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Thank you for helping ease some anxiety re: caring for our ICU patients.
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SR Mar 28
T2 maps are impressive - I would read as marked inflammation/edema (d/t cytokine storm?) with treatment 💪🙏
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Scott Gottlieb, MD Mar 27
This is GAME CHANGER. Abbott to market, starting next week, a fast point-of-care test, delivering positive results in 5min and negative results in 13min. Will deliver 50K tests/day to start. Kudos to Abbott and FDA’s Jeff Shuren and team at CDRH who are in the fight.
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Michael Chetrit Mar 26
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James DiNicolantonio Mar 25
500 patients in northern Italy are starting to breathe thanks to hacked scuba gear, modified with 3D printers. solutions!
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Nick Mark MD Mar 25
These are awesome
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