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Adnan Nadir Sep 17
Replying to @evandrofilhobr
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Dr Duncan Hogg 17h
Oral and Risk of Mitral and Aortic Regurgitation/ . They clearly do a thing to connective tissue, the Achilles’ tendon rupture is a definite causation, I’m interested to hear someone explain the reason!
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Robert H. Pass 8h
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David Warriner Sep 19
Great fun talking to the South Yorkshire Regional Cardiology meeting this evening about the recent COMPLETE trial with Prof Julian Gunn talking us through some clinical cases.
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Michelle Connolly Sep 12
Medical SHO called me about patient with two syncopal episodes and this .
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Will Watson Sep 20
Dapagiflozin in heart failure now published - real reductions in death, cardiovascular death and hospitalisation - a new and exciting era in drugs that target the heart's metabolism?
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David Warriner Sep 19
Me retweeting on Twitter:
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Manual Of Medicine Sep 19
Features of Acute vs Chronic Aortic Regurgitation .
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Will Watson Sep 13
Eagerly awaited scoring system. Note the use of exercise diastolic measurements to arbitrate in complex cases: many patients with are fine at rest but cripped by exercise limitation
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Robert H. Pass Sep 20
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Prof Khaled Albouaini 18h
You can appreciate that the Right Atrial Appendage has a wider base than the Left Atrial Appendage. Perhaps this is thrombi are more likely to form in the LAA Pic was taken in our pacing hands-on course
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Brad Wilson - Radcliffe Group Sep 20
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Prof Khaled Albouaini 18h
Position of cardiac valves in PA and lateral Note how the pulmonary artery is anterior to the aorta on the lateral view. CC-UK serious about education
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Medit Sep 19
A brief summary of a journal article regarding the association between fluoroquinolone (FQ) use and increased risk of mitral and aortic regurgitation
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Prof Khaled Albouaini Sep 20
Educational post: LAO is the most helpful view to tell pacemaker implanter if the pacing lead is anterior (in RV) or posterior (where it should be in a posterior/lateral venous branch). Enjoy
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Joshua Levenson, MD Sep 18
I love this idea. Although, this sounds a lot like the weekly “Cath Conference”. 😁
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Physician Jobs - MDJobSite.com 15h
Interventional Cardiologist Physician Job in Oregon (OR) -
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ECGcorner Sep 20
The 3 most common types of LQTS are LQT1, LQT2 and LQT3 representing around 75% of all cases of LQTS. ☝☝☝ Learn more:
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Fabrizio Ricci Sep 19
New solutions for treatment of MR beyond Excellent talk by at University of Chieti
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Vass Vassiliou Sep 18
New measure of Aortic Length and risk ...the longer the worse... should keep an eye on it on borderline cases & look forward to 4D flow results!
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