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Sunil V. Rao
Intv Cardiologist, Clinical Researcher, Tweets my own & don’t reflect the opinions of my employer or any journal. No consulting RWI as of March 2018
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Francesco Costa 8h
Replying to @Costa_F_8
Infinite thanks to the co-authors of this manuscript,whose experience&inspirational insights made this analysis possible. Finally,thanks to all the patients that decided to join in these clinical trials: their courage and trust is the ultimate drive of clinical research.Thank you
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Sunil V. Rao 8h
Replying to @anish_koka
Sort of like how the MISSION act for the VA was designed under this administration.
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Gord Fogg 11h
I read a french CBC interview summary on new CTO tech and immediately below was this image. Since my clinical French is rough, I assume they were making a case against
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The Neuro Radialist 15h
Neuro-Interventionalists who perform radial access- do you include prophylactic ulnar artery compression in your patent hemostasis protocol? Please answer and comment below!
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Mark Turco 16h
Once a ‘refugee,’ a gene therapy pioneer finds a renewed calling as the field advances via
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Circ: CQO 19h
Cardio-Obstetrics: Team-Based Care to Improve Maternal Outcomes -- a Cardiovascular Perspective by Melinda Davis and |
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Sunil V. Rao 17h
The evidence so far supports that this is and should be a thing. But let’s avoid the urge to tack on another year of training and a board certification.
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Sunil V. Rao 17h
Replying to @angioplastyorg
We has one of these too. I begged my Dad for it because it had a cool game called Starfighter.
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CircInterventions Feb 16
Share your ideas how can improve your educational experience.
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Sunil V. Rao 19h
I remember the Apple IIe. First computer we owned.
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Malamo Countouris Feb 17
Thanks for the tips and feedback! What a great experience!
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Andrew Wang Feb 17
course makes me feel great about the future of cardiology! Thanks to all for the strong engagement.
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Sunil V. Rao Feb 17
We have had fellows from Mid America and had two this year!
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Sek Kathiresan MD Feb 17
Recently saw patient with pre-diabetes, hypertension, and gout: now termed metabolic syndrome, denoted as Syndrome X by G. Reaven in 1988 Who first described this constellation? apparently, Eskil Kylin - a Swedish physician - in 1923 👇🏽
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Tracy Wang Feb 17
Jenn Rymer: research is about the long game
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Sunil V. Rao Feb 16
welcoming the fellows to the Duke Fellows Presentation course
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Melissa Lyle Feb 16
Fantastic first day at the course! Learning tips for presentations and getting great early career advice!
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Chadi Alraies, MD Feb 16
Abnormal Fractional Flow Reserve in Nonobstructive Coronary Artery Disease - The Relationship With Plaque Characteristics -
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Chadi Alraies, MD Feb 16
Extended Protective Shield Under Table to Reduce Operator Radiation Dose in Percutaneous Coronary Procedures - The EXTRA-RAD Study
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AHA Meetings Feb 16
John Spertus, MD, MPH, FAHA won the Distinguished Scientist Award at . Read a brief interview about his career and success from :
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