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Edward J Schloss MD
Division Chief, Cardiac Electrophysiology, The Christ Hospital. Views are mine alone. Call me Jay. And my wife is pretty awesome.
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Edward J Schloss MD May 25
Everyone agrees with you.
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Edward J Schloss MD May 25
I watched firsthand as the EP catheter industry did a hit job on catheter reuse then successfully promoted 3D mapping as a “standard of care" in already safe, effective procedures. It was a masterstroke of marketing.
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Edward J Schloss MD May 25
If I had AVNRT, I’d be happy to have a skilled operator like do my ablation with this technique. When I ablated, I was entirely comfortable w the technique and treated everyone as if they were family.
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Edward J Schloss MD May 25
Timely exchange here:
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Edward J Schloss MD May 25
Replying to @JDMossMD @SergioPinski
I learned AVNRT ablation from and others at CCF. 3 catheters, all via RFV. EP study w His/CS/RV. No HRA. No 3D map. His catheter is then used to ablate. “His cloud” is a mapped in my brain. Elegant, inexpensive, safe, effective. Didn’t see any reason to change.
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Debbe McCall May 25
Twitter and the Electrophysiology Field: Podcast Interview with Dr. Edward Schloss
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JK Han MD May 24
Calling all , EP fellows & far and wide - new way to submit EP cases to : Get a peer-reviewed publication out of your next tweet!
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Edward J Schloss MD May 24
Replying to @netta_doc @JCardioEP
👏 👏 Love this!!
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Edward J Schloss MD May 23
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Edward J Schloss MD May 23
Replying to @ethanjweiss
Great discussion — the crazy irony is she probably violated the terms of the test by sharing content. Look for the NBME thugs to visit soon.
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chadi nabhan MD, MBA May 22
Forget “personalized” medicine... Forget “precision” medicine... What patients want is “humanized” medicine.. To be listened to.. To be heard uninterrupted... And cared for the same way we want to be treated.
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Edward J Schloss MD May 21
You’re probably right. My point is ABIM makes their own rules. That’s the problem.
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Edward J Schloss MD May 21
John’s not asking for CME for poster attendance. He’s asking for MOC credit. That’s ABIM’s call. No greater regulation, just their random rules.
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Edward J Schloss MD May 21
This is absurd. Please share and response.
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Edward J Schloss MD May 21
Here’s my what I did at HRS MOC essay from last year. Somehow got approved anyway. This year I didn’t care enough to be snarky.
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John Mandrola, MD May 21
Dear — See pic. At HRS, I went to hrs of MOC-level sessions. I wrote the stupid insulting essay; i’m decent at essays yet you denied it. THIS IS INSANE! I’m giving even more $$$ to fight Colleagues: here is the link>
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Edward J Schloss MD May 21
You and both got rejected. Here’s what he wrote in his essay — care to share yours?
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Edward J Schloss MD May 21
Replying to @dlschermd @doctorwes
Would love to see what you wrote.
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Edward J Schloss MD May 21
Amazing— 28,000 retweets in 2 days. Seems like a message to us all. Thankful for this brave woman and her willingness to share her story.
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Mintu Turakhia May 19
Compared to 10 years ago, is the rate of appropriate shocks that you or your group see in your device clinic today...
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