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Prash Sanders
Cardiac Electrophysiologist and Director, Centre for Heart Rhythm Disorders | UofA | Royal Adelaide Hospital | SoMe Editor
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Thomas  Agbaedeng 8h
We are currently exploring the links - the data should be out soon. Here is one from Norway, which reported independent association between the gut-derived metabolite TMAO and incident in a CAD cohort.
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Amy Johnston Dec 6
Incredibly sad news from the Faculty of Medicine today. I don't know who needs to hear this but: PLEASE reach out to someone if you're feeling overwhelmed or you're at a breaking point. You matter and people care about you ❤
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Prash Sanders 11h
It was good to see you at Tokyo airport. Safe travels back to Bordeaux
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FS Dec 5
Always a pleasure to come to Japan
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Kamlesh Khunti 13h
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Prash Sanders 12h
....have not seen but plausible through gut microbiome and will have some data in time
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Prash Sanders 19h
I am - mainly as a means to reduce the amount of ablation on the posterior wall
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Jacob Koruth 23h
What I do to go back In time and step into that lab .... Jeremy Ruskin giving a memorial lecture in honor of the late Masood Akhtar MD
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@FatkinLab Dec 5
Our latest review out in read it here! Great to collaborate with and the Seidmans!
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Prash Sanders 24h
Brilliant - well done guys
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EBR Systems Dec 5
Congratulations to Dr. Stevenson, Dr. Wynn, Dr. Lipton and the teams at RMH and RHH on their 1st SOLVE CRT Randomized Study Implant.
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Edward Gerstenfeld Dec 6
It may depend on technique for PVI. If PVI is distal, PWI may help by including PV antrum. But with proximal PVI, not sure there is much benefit to isolating small remaining PW strip, beyond preventing flutter. Will see what STAR-AF3 and find.
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JK Han MD Dec 6
This should be fun - Can't wait! Hoping to stir up some good Twitter discussions. (also - & already with plans to go up to McConkey's ⛷️🏂Helmet and wristguard ready...😳)
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Edward J Schloss MD Dec 6
For still on the fence about whether they are going to , this may be all the motivation you need 👇
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Dominik Linz Dec 6
From one hub to another: Groningen➡️Amsterdam➡️Copenhagen... look at this infrastructure 👇 not just a huge network of cycle lanes, but also bicycle parking everywhere! However, one thing is completely absent: helmets😉
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Dominik Linz Dec 6
Thank you I van Gelder, Y Blaauw & M Rienstra for inviting me to to discuss future ! Now on my way to , then off to ! Looking forward to meeting friends &colleagues!
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Edward J Schloss MD Dec 6
Seriously. Check out these sessions. is going to be great. See you in Salt Lake City Feb 28-29 ⛷🏂
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Luis C. Saenz, MD Dec 6
negative results could be explained by: 1.Similar PVR at both branches 2.Entrance block is Non-accurate for PWI (very subjective/bid-block better) 3.Non-transmural PWI 4. Non-durable PWI 4. No role for PWI. Need better end-point/re-check PVs/PW to know
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Rakesh Gopinath Dec 6
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Tina Baykaner Dec 6
seeing the poll results... what are thoughts on the linked manuscript that showed no benefit of posterior wall ablation to for ?
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