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Mamas Mamas
Professor of Cardiology, Academic Interventional Cardiologist, Big Data and Running. Associate Editor Circulation: Cardiovascular Interventions
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Mamas Mamas 1m
i guess it depends on whether your dentist likes you and used enough anaesthetic 😉😜😜
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David Brown 42m
Atorvastatin doesn't have to be given at bedtime. That's ancient mythology based on one simvastatin study many years ago.
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Dr. Sameer Gupta 55m
Excellent talk by - Radial access should be preferred approach in the Cath lab.Fellows don’t lose femoral skills,better outcome for patients and use the ulnar if radial occluded
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Mamas Mamas 1h
Replying to @CizCG @CoachCareNYC
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Mamas Mamas 1h
generally street clothes. We simply don't have the support in clinics to have patients gown up to be examined. It can be challenging sometimes in elderly frail patients or those in wheelchairs and sometimes examinations are sub-optimal by necessity
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David Brown 2h
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Dr. Sameer Gupta 2h
Radiation injury is real. Use appropriate techniques for prevention,but nothing is better than “common sense”- Rajiv Jauhar at
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Fer Nuñez 2h
Being busy between job, I hadn't time 2 b on . But now I have a ? for my interventional cardiologists friends: In your countries do you need a certificate of special training on radiological protection & safety in order to perform procedures?
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Mamas Mamas 2h
yes, we need the irmer certificate (i think that's how you spell it) that you need to repeat every few years
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Russell Reader Oct 10
We're hiring! Come and work with us in the amazing team: 📺📻📱🗞️
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CoachCare 2h
Check out this informative video on The Goals and Challenges of Digital Health from renowned professor, Mamas Mamas.
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Mamas Mamas 2h
With today filming an interview about some of our research work due to be published. No short changing here, no forgotten recordings, no suspect photos with AV team 😎
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amrelhadidy 3h
My lecture today in Guro live 2018 Seoul South Korea and Great discussion on CTO and microcatheters Very great attendees and professors from Japan and Korea and China & conference was in South Korea university Seoul @omer kogtekin
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Mamas Mamas 3h
good analysis but such work always limited by selection biases/ confounders. Its the sort of question that can only be answered by a RCT. There are many reasons that IC choose not to CR incluing non viability, comorbidity, frailty, non significance which impact on outcomes
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Alex Truesdell 5h
The (seemingly unrecognized) risk with this and other cumulative/additive, non-safety-related, non-evidence-based rules/tasks/checklists...is that they divert clinician attention from other more important tasks...which is itself a real safety issue...
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Mamas Mamas 4h
Pity we cant see who voted for which option. I bet the chair of the joint commission was the only one that voted for "extremely important" 😉
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David L. Fischman 5h
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Mamas Mamas 5h
hopefully they serve more than 🥕🥕
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Dr Asif Qasim 6h
Just seen this - Seven Deadly Sins - go easy on the wrath!!
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Mamas Mamas 8h
Fabulous video guys.. binkley st least stayed for a while..
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