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Sanjay Sharma
Manage best hearts in the UK. Prof of Cardiology. Medical director London marathon. Sports cardiology Don. Love Spurs. Author of Rapid Review in Medicine
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Sanjay Sharma 17m
Should have actually referenced where young people can have their hearts tested by experts at very subsidised prices. Cheaper than buying a small round in a pub in London
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Sanjay Sharma 23h
This is so important to improve outcomes after a cardiac arrest at home. 80% of all arrests take place at home or non public places. Survival with intact cognitive function is <9%. CPR improves chances by at least 4-fold
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Aneil Malhotra Dec 5
Reaping the rewards of exercise: better late than never! Privileged to co-author editorial for this paper with on relationship between sedentary & physically active states with cardiac events
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Sanjay Sharma Dec 5
Excellent article on the fact that it is never too late to start exercising to reduce CV morbidity and mortality. Here is our view on the paper. is
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Sanjay Sharma Dec 1
Replying to @jhfrudd
Flutter with 2:1 AVB. Is he a runner?
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 30
Great read. Very few articles on sudden cardiac deaths in triathlon
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 28
Thank you!! Great to meet crowd medical staff and get an insight into the infrastructure and organisation on match day
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 28
Looking forward to talk about detecting potentially serious heart disease among and the
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R Ladeiras Lopes Nov 27
What a great team to work with during Congress Programme Committee! Expect top-quality sessions in the CoT track during 2020 in Amsterdam
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 27
Replying to @StephenMakin
I take my hat off to all of you that can empty your mail box!! I often get a full referral and am expected to give an opinion based on all the results attached. The worst is all the cc’s on a trivial conversation between colleagues 😂
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 26
He is truly one of our own. Known him since he was 15. Had no idea what a fabulous player he would become
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 26
This is absolutely fantastic!!!
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 20
Replying to @jesus_perez
I have never know Spurs to enjoy as much success or the play the type of football before you guys joined! I would have never dreamt of a regular top 4 place let alone a champions league final. Good luck and please keep in touch 😘
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CRY Nov 20
CRY's Family Research Day gave some of our supporters a chance to learn more about the massive impact of our research. gave a presentation on how CRY’s research has changed the way we screen young people for cardiac conditions.
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 19
Great event! Nice to have met so many physiologists, sports scientists and sports medicine docs
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 19
Pleasure to be presenting at the 2019 conference with today to highlight the impact of exercise on sport
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 18
Most cases can be managed with lifestyle modification. People with a persistent type 1 pattern, syncope or ventricular tachycardia should have an ICD.
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 16
It is definitely not outdated. Indeed, it is now widely accepted in Europe and US even among the athletes themselves. I still don’t think it should be MANDATORY
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 16
Controversial topic: but tried providing some balance
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Sanjay Sharma Nov 15
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