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Minnow Walsh, MD, MACC Sep 10
Best transcription error this month is from the problem list: 2. History of A fib on River rocks abandoned
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Donald Oxorn🇨🇦🌈 Sep 9
As I will tell anyone in my room who is willing to listen, looking at the heart is often helpful in diagnosing rhythm disturbances. Here both the ECG and the cardiac motion are diagnostic.(PLEASE CLICK ON IMAGE)
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James Januzzi Sep 10
OK , today on rounds I was told by a HF/Tx physician they do not use sacubitril/valsartan for their low EF patients ("I don't believe in it"). Curious what your practice style is, particularly if you don't use the drug (including cost). No judgment. I'm curious.
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Jay Mohan, D.O. RPVI Sep 11
🎥Check out this video I made showing the normal flow of blood towards and away from the heart! Credit V. Tatoo for the original picture.❓My favorite cardiovascular structure is the aortic valve and aorta! What’s your favorite part of the cardiovascular system? o
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Gökhan Kahveci Sep 11
Demonstration of Platypnea-Orthodeoxia Syndrome with TEE. When we move the patient from the supine position to the sitting position during TEE, you can clearly see that the large PFO hole is opened.
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Davide Capodanno 19h
Dear interventional friends, have you thought about an alternative career in the unfortunate hypothesis that the study is negative? I will finally study as a computer engineer, but pampering pandas does not seem bad either.
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Corrado Fiore MD, NBE Sep 14
Electrical alternans in a young female with “swinging heart”.
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Attila Kovács MD, PhD Sep 13
What do you think, what is this strange structure in the RA? 😱😱😱
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Alin Sep 13
Where are the heart failure cardiologists partying tonight in Philly? 🤔
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Michael Savage Sep 12
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Alejandra M. Guzmán Ayón Sep 11
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Yury Mareev Sep 12
one more piece of evidence that drugs for HFrEF could work in HFmrEF. Additional support for HFA 2019 update of therapy - and Russian HF guide However, all data come from subanalyses. Do we need new trials? 
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Ivan Stankovic, MD, PhD Sep 11
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Mouaz Al-Mallah, M.D MSc Sep 14
Should PYP imaging be used as a screening tool in ?
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MG Sep 12
60/M with CP x3days, CP ongoing, rapid trop I card test neg. Thoughts? Cath lab activation emergent?
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Héctor Marrero Sep 13
Today, our first paravalvular leak closure with AVP III in a 79yo patient 3 months after CABG + mitral annuloplasty. He had recovered the EF but suffered from hemolytic anemia due to dehiscence of the mitral ring
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Manny Moustakakis Sep 13
Had an echo and felt, in order of importance: 1. Great windows! I’d love to scan me! 2. Don’t have to retire from marathoning, yay. Berlin 2 weeks 🏃 3. Warmed gel, nice. 4. Oh and normal study. Good. Doctor as patient. Are my priorities in line?
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Jay Mohan, D.O. RPVI Sep 11
Haha. I shouldn’t laugh at this because it’s so true. It’s one of the reasons I couldn’t stay in internal medicine. Government/EMR /ACGME have destroyed medicine and the training of new doctors.
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Novartis US Medical Sep 14
Feel the difference between HFrEF and HFpEF at our booth 501.
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European Society of Cardiology Journals Sep 13
Invasive left ventricle pressure–volume analysis: overview and practical clinical implications
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