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Lawrence Haines 15 May 17
As promised, showing . Heart rate approx 225 bpm. Note the artificial mitral valve.
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ABM Mar 9
Replying to @TheTweetOfGod
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CardiologyClinics Nov 12
Thank you to & for editing Dec Clinics. This issue discusses mapping & ablation of particular arrhythmias in specific substrates, such as , & :
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JK Han MD Sep 10
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Erin Covington 25 Jan 18
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Medical City Children's Hospital 12 Jan 17
Go Kendal (#16)! She's back to ⚽️ thx to great cardiology care for lethal . Her story:
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EmergncyMedicineNews Dec 29
IV is more effective and safer than for the acute conversion of , and it’s listed ahead of it in the ACLS guidelines via
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Umar Shakur 2 Aug 18
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UndiagnosedWarrior Mar 5
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JHMT Oct 12
HEART matters: 'Sky is the limit' for heart treatment without invasive surgery -
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Author & Speaker Odessa Gillespie Black 30 Aug 16
After going into , it's hard to fall asleep. I won't .
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CardiologyClinics Nov 29
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SallyFly 20 Dec 13
All I want for Christmas is my sons heart to beat right
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CardiologyCharli May 1
2/4 exams ✅ my cardiology 1 exam was very MI/VT heavy and a bit bloody brutal if I’m honest. Hoping cardiology 2 is ETT heavy 😉
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Dr. Faisal Imran 7 May 17
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Medical City Children's Hospital 22 Feb 17
On 5PM: How cardiac electrophysiologist Dr. Rajeev Joshi & others saved 15yo Kendal from lethal .
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Shreya P. Trivedi MD Jul 18
Super helpful to decide with aberrancy vs. with imp Rx implications 🧐
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cardiologist 5 Aug 18
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🌸 Love you JMO 🌸 one chicago 🚒🚑🚓 Aug 2
Hate having a heart condition 😭
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touchCARDIO 21 Oct 16
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