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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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Sunil V. Rao 45m
‘When I tell people what happened, they freak out’: A sore arm results in 4 surgeries and 8 days in a hospital
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Prof Darrel Francis ☺ Mk CardioFellows Great Again May 24
Happy Memorial Day Weekend to all cardiology fellows! I thank m'learned friend Prof Simon Thom for showing me the funniest paper of the year. I will discuss it tomorrow. What approach should I take?
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Ian C Gilchrist Sr 5h
with , . End of life decisions. Not , but need to stay diversified.
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Nachiket Patel, MD May 25
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DCRI News May 24
May 26 at | Young Investigator Award Abstracts Session, DCRI's will present: Splanchnic nerve blockade in |
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Jordan Safirstein MD May 24
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Timothy Henry May 23
Highlights from an outstanding SCAI meeting! Abraham Verghese Reminding us why we became physicians… Take time to BE with your patients...
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Sunil V. Rao May 23
Colorado is the first state to cap skyrocketing insulin co-pays
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Ellie Murray May 23
Our new paper on using distance to care as an exposure or instrument and why it often violates all of the causal inference assumptions is now online at ! Check it out and stay tuned for a tweetorial! cc
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J.D. Serfas May 22
Replying to @cuttingforstone
The event was capped with reminding us all of the importance of connecting with our patients, no matter how fancy our technology gets. Inspiring talk, and I got a signed book to boot!
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J.D. Serfas May 22
Got some time at the Las Vegas airport, so thought I'd share some highlights from from an perspective. First, , the world has now witnessed what us fellows already knew: you sure know how to throw a party! Congrats on a job well done!
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Sunil V. Rao May 23
Fantastic! Thanks for attending .
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Robert W. Yeh MD MBA May 23
Academic Research Consortium white paper on High Bleeding Risk PCI patients, published in and today. Establishes standardized definitions to support future trials for this understudied population. EHJ: Circ:
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Carlos E. Sanchez MD May 22
Congratulations to my mentor, collegue, partner and above all great friend for being named Master of Blessed to work with a great human being and role model. Congrats buddy!
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Sunil V. Rao May 22
Replying to @willsuh76 @rwyeh and 2 others
I think we can probably come up with hypotheses without doing confounded analyses that could potentially wrongly influence clinical care
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Chandan Devireddy MD May 22
It was a whirlwind week...and I can’t wait to get some sleep tomorrow night, but it was worth it as this was THE best meeting yet! See you next year in my home for !!
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Sunil V. Rao May 22
Replying to @willsuh76 @rwyeh and 2 others
I don't think the issue is politics. The issue is that it's observational data and comparison of treatment modalities is hopelessly confounded.
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Sunil V. Rao May 22
Moving and poignant talk by on the importance of rituals and the human connection in medicine. More important now than ever before
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Rajiv Gulati May 22
Congratulations A wonderful and thoroughly deserved honor!
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David L. Fischman May 22
Congratulations for a great Scientific Sessions. Great science with great people to be topped with keynote lecture by Dr. Abraham Verghese
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