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Jae K. Oh Feb 24
Thanks for sharing your exciting data. Congratulations! We hope you will see our data soon that medial e' velocity is the best prognostic parameter after pericardiectomy in patients with constrction. The higher, the better. High e' > 9 indicates healthy myocardium.
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Dr.Patricia Pellikka Feb 15
1-yr mortality among 1299 pts with severe RV dysfunction was 40%. >moderate TR predicted worse outcome
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Jae K. Oh Feb 16
Yes. Acute volume loading, high output heart-failure (obesity, shunt, hyperthyroidism, etc) and constrictive pericarditis. If JVP is elevated and e' is normal or elevated, should consider CP as your first differential.
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Jae K. Oh Feb 16
Don't be too concerned. Any guideline is just a recommendation for most but not all situations. Impossible to provide a diastolic function guideline which works for every situation. You are right for the hypovolemia situation. If well measured e' is normal, D function is normal.
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Jae K. Oh Feb 16
Thanks for sharing those fantastic IVC images and hepatic vein Doppler tracings. Hepatic vein Doppler taught by is critical for echo assessing different underlying pathologies for congestion as well as volume status. Should be a part of comprehensive Echo.
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Jae K. Oh Feb 2
A very educational 3D image of vegetation in the setting of double orifice mitral valve. Thanks for sharing!
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Kaz Negishi@Cardiologist Jan 30
Here are the lists of Upcoming Webinars 27 Feb 2020 Funcional MR – How to asses and when to treat? Prof. Ling Lieng Hsi, Singapore 23 Mar 2020 Normal values in echocardiography Prof. Gillian Whalley , New Zealand
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Jae K. Oh Jan 28
After watching the moon, star, Pacific Ocean, and sunset with friends, and Ross, Terry and I are sad to leave Hawaii.
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Jae K. Oh Jan 28
A main point of the presentation was that medial e' velocity >=8 cm/s should raise a strong diagnostic concern for constrictive pericarditis in all patients with elevated jugular venous pressure and HF. e' is 5 cm/s or less in most,if not all, myocardial HFs.
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Jae K. Oh Jan 20
I am glad that you are considering to use our proposal for your database. Let me know what you find. Jae
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Madhav Swaminathan Jan 18
Goals before a long flight: 1. Keep laptop under seat in front 2. Finish talk 3. Complete manuscript 4. Review assignments 5. Sleep Reality after take off: binge watch movies... 😂
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Jae K. Oh Jan 18
Technical problem with too much gain. E' can be high with increased stroke volume such as severe MR or high output state. If a patient has clinical heart faure with increased JVP and e' higher than 8 cm/sec, think of construction high output failure.
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Jae K. Oh Jan 18
From experience of using 2016 guideline, we feel that few modifications will make the guideline more practical and reliable for diastolic function and filling pressure assessment. Please try and share your experience.
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Jae K. Oh Jan 12
The algorithm was proposed by group in Houston. I believe we can use the same algorithm for patients with primary pulmonary hypertension, LBBB , or even mitral prosthesis. E/e' may not be reliable in those situations.
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Jae K. Oh Jan 12
I was trying to emphasize that LV diastolic dysfunction cannot happen with normal myocardial relaxation. The best way to assess LV relaxation is mitral annulus e' velocity. So, medial or septal e' >=9 cm/sec indicates normal relaxation and diastolic function.
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Jae K. Oh Jan 7
Replying to @ottoecho
Congratulations!!! Jae
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Mohamad Alkhouli Jan 7
During a special talk celebrating the 55th anniversary of the legend Robert Frye’s service at Mayo Clinic, David Holmes defines the mentor as ‘The Person who Facilitate the Realization of the Dream that you Carry with you’. Truely inspiring!
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Jae K. Oh Jan 6
has done a tremendous amount of organization along with 10 Echo Societies in the Asian- Pacific region for 2020. There will be live scanning sessions for basic training as well as presentations by international faculty and young investigators.
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Mayra Guerrero, MD Dec 23
I have decorated many Christmas trees in my life, but this one is my favorite so far. A prosthetic heart valves tree to celebrate progress in this field. Notice the presents under the tree... different THVs, even a couple ViVs :) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
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Jae K. Oh Sep 26
I agree 100% with . LA strain has a great promise as shown by group. Our view point on this topic with a proposal to modify the current EACVI 2016 Guideline will be published soon in JACC Imaging. Stay tuned!
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