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Vass Vassiliou
Academic Cardiologist, loving imaging, valves, prevention 🎶☕️ Associate Editor EJPC, Sci Rep & OMCR. Chair-elect Population Science & Public Health, EAPC, ESC
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Maitiu O Tuathail 13h
Getting asked “Does wearing a face mask lower your oxygen levels” repeatedly by patients today! Based on what they are reading on social media *Face coverings / masks don’t reduce your oxygen levels!* I managed to get six face masks on + it had no effect on my oxygen levels!
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Benoy N Shah 9h
**VALVE CASE OF THE WEEK** 46yr old male has a TTE to investigate a systolic murmur. No signs of failure on examination. 'Normal S1 S2'. TTE suggests bicuspid AV with surprisingly high gradients. Poor views due to size (BMI 40). PLAX view below...(1)
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Biljana Parapid, MD, PhD, FESC 6h
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Vass Vassiliou 8h
Χρόνια Πολλά Χριστίνα!
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Vass Vassiliou 19h
On more photo on ... speaks for itself!
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Vass Vassiliou Jul 13
I would offer a
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Nikolay Novitskiy Jul 13
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Vass Vassiliou Jul 12
I think this is one pic with Not Comment’. What more should scientists and medics do to convince that wearing masks in public is helpful?
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Dr Vikas Kapil Jul 13
PLEASE IGNORE any nonsense like this. Surgeons and anaesthetists wear medical masks for many hours in a row and this simply doesn't happen.
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Vass Vassiliou Jul 13
Whilst the coronaries are likely to be normal, in the small chance that there is stenosis the impact would be huge. I would bring to cath lab, echo on the table and then angio. (Not possible for triple CT rule out in most UK centres). PE or myocarditis at the back of my mind.
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European Society of Cardiology Journals Jul 13
Expert Consensus Document on Ischaemia with Non-Obstructive Coronary Arteries
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Elena Cavarretta Jul 12
Good news for coffee lovers ☕️☕️☕️☕️ Health outcomes of coffee consumption. Prospective epidemiological studies consistently found a lower risk of several clinical outcomes and of all-cause Mortality. Nutrients 2020 dedicated a special issue to coffee and caffeine!!! ☕️
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Vass Vassiliou Jul 12
has done a great job so far at & now it is the time to translate the good work for the whole Association ! You have my vote!
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Vass Vassiliou Jul 12
The concern is about a LMS, however I would do an make sure no contained wall rupture and then urgent
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Vass Vassiliou Jul 12
I think this is one pic with Not Comment’. What more should scientists and medics do to convince that wearing masks in public is helpful?
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Vass Vassiliou Jul 10
I think there are so many factors that it would be difficult to be dogmatic about adherence being better or worse AM or night; inc work, sleep patterns, diet ... but this study suggests AM adherence is better!
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Michael Savage Jul 10
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Jay Mohan, D.O. RPVI Jul 10
LV GRAM KEYS 🔑 NEVER use an end hole catheter (risk of perforation 🔑 RAO 30 standard view. LAO if you want to assess septum/lateral wall/VSD 🔑 Power Injector- 6F PIG tail with 10cc for 3 sec. 800 PSI 0.5 rise (varies) 🔑 comment on WMA, size, MR grade, and misc findings
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Vass Vassiliou Jul 10
For all East Anglia doctors... someone shows appreciation of ! The legendary ✈️ with ‘Thank you NHS’ will be flying past our hospitals today! It is good to see people loving the healthcare profession!
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