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Sahil A. Parikh, MD
Interventional Cardiologist, Vascular Medicine, Clinician Educator and Clinical Researcher, Husband/Father, Friend. My views only; not medical advice.
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Sahil A. Parikh, MD retweeted
NEJM May 27
As a cardiology fellow and a surgery resident are redeployed to address the Covid-19 pandemic, one person close to them is bearing an unacknowledged burden of the crisis: their 3-year-old son. To protect him, his parents decide to send him hundreds of miles away.
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Cardiovascular Research Foundation May 27
We’re bringing to you! A unique and compelling virtual experience featuring live case-based transmissions, late-breakers, virtual training & opportunities to learn and engage with the brightest minds in the field. More details coming soon.
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Tanush Gupta May 22
Survey: Interventional Fellows Fear Missing Competency Goals Due to COVID-19
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Sahil A. Parikh, MD May 16
IMPROVE-COVID Trial - Standard Proph vs Intermediate Dose RCT recruiting patients now.
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Tanush Gupta May 16
The -19 pandemic necessitated restriction of cath lab procedures in the metropolitan area beginning mid-March to urgent/emergent cases. How do these changes affect training of the current class of IC fellows? See our survey results below 👇
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Sahil A. Parikh, MD May 16
My gratitude to our incredible fellows who have worked tirelessly during the height of the surge of to stem the tide. We are here to support your training now and in the future. We are in your debt.
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Columbia Surgery May 7
On Monday we hosted another Healing Concert to be shared virtually throughout the hospital. The finale was really something special. Dr. Tomoaki Kato spent weeks on a ventilator and days on ECMO fighting COVID-19. Here he joins for a song. We love you, Dr. Kato. (Part 1)
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Eric Secemsky MD MSc May 7
1/Congrats on pub of the PTX IPD meta-analysis in ! Big attenuation in death risk with patient-level data and more complete followup. We needed this in Dec 2018!
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Sahil A. Parikh, MD Apr 30
Congratulations and our Endovascular Center Team for earning a prestigious AHA grant entitled "A Comprehensive Assessment of Arterial and Venous Thrombotic Complications in Patients with COVID-19"
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Christopher Kelly, MD, MS, FACC Apr 24
As New York City finally passes its peak, we should all take a moment to thank and . NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital has been a global epicenter of COVID-19. They really rose to the challenge. Like or RT if you agree.
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NewYork-Presbyterian Apr 22
Did you test positive for the coronavirus and recover? Your plasma could be very helpful for people who have now. Learn more about becoming a plasma donor with , or , to help those struggling with the illness:
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Dr. Martha Gulati Apr 18
Hearing from fellows the impact of what this pandemic has done to fellowship 🔺redeployment 🔺Limiting 1 year fellowship exposure 🔺Volume ⬇️
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Srihari S. Naidu, MD Apr 18
Two programs on the effects of covid pandemic on fellowship training. All star discussants today at 3:15 pm and then three fellows from the frontlines Thursday at 7pm.
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Gregg W. Stone MD Apr 17
Our article "COVID-19 and Thrombotic or Thromboembolic Disease: Implications for Prevention, Antithrombotic Therapy, and Follow-up" in JACC now on-line (pre-print).
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Behnood Bikdeli Apr 17
Grateful to and esteemed Editors and Editorial team for timely assessment of our manuscript.
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JACC Journals Apr 17
Today in : An international collaborative of clinicians summarize outcomes in patients with thrombotic disease who develop venous or arterial thrombosis, & of those w/ preexisting thrombotic disease at risk.
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TCTMD Apr 16
Join us for a LIVE webcast on & Fellows: Implications on Clinical Training & Safety w/ SATURDAY April 18th @ 3:15 PM ET
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ACC Media Center Apr 13
member Dr. spoke with 's about 's toll on heart patients, and the rise of critically ill patients:
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Sanjum S. Sethi MD, MPH Apr 12
I don’t usually rant on social media. However, after a week of service in the ICU, I’d like to get a few things off my chest. (1/10)
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David Shaywitz Apr 12
Not surprised 2c , exceptional cardiologist I trained w , doing critical work at front lines of pandemic, as featured in this important, timely, concerning article on high prev of heart ds eg myocarditis in covid
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