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Implantable Defibrillators or ICDs are used for both primary and secondary prevention of life threatening arrhythmias. Dr. Oussama Wazni, Section Head Electrophysiology and Pacing talks with Dr. Bruce Wilkoff, Director of Cardiac Pacing and Tachyarrhythmia Device about defibrillators and who needs one. They discuss low EF, as well as other devices …
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder), are joined by guest host Dr. Alex Pipilas (CardioNerds Ambassader, Boston University), and Cleveland Clinic fellows, Dr. Gary Parizher, Dr. Ambreen Ali, and Dr. Tiffany Dong. They discuss a case of an 18-year-old man with Autism Spectrum Disorder presented with advanced nonischemic dilated cardiomyopath…
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder) join CardioNerds Ambassadors Dr. Pablo Sanchez (FIT, Stanford University) and Dr. Christine Shen (FIT, Scripps Clinic) for a discussion with Dr. Bob Harrington (Interventional Cardiologist, Professor of Medicine, and Chair of the Department of Medicine at Stanford University) about diversity and inclusio…
 
Frozen shoulder describes a condition in which the movement of the shoulder becomes limited. This condition can develop for many reasons, but it is very painful and can have a serious impact on your daily life. Luckily, with physical therapy, exercise and other interventions, frozen shoulder is very treatable. Orthopaedic sports medicine specialist…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Pamela Brown, consultant cardiologist from the James Cook Hospital, Middlesbrough, UK. They discuss the issues surrounding becoming a consultant, and Dr Brown shares plenty of tips from her own journey, including choosing what type of job to apply for, agreei…
 
Dr. Sudish Murthy discusses the management of incidentally discovered lung nodules during cardiac testing. Enjoy the full Tall Rounds® & earn free CME•Case Presentation: Andrew Feczko, MD •Incidence, Institutional Strategy for Incidental Nodules: Peter Mazzone, MD•Reading the Lung Part of a Cardiac Test - Radiologist’s Perspective: Michael Bolen, M…
 
Pregnancy is a hypercoagulable state associated with increased risk of thromboembolism. Managing anticoagulation during pregnancy has implications for both the mother and the fetus. CardioNerd Amit Goyal joins Dr. Akanksha Agrawal (Cardiology Fellow at Emory University), Dr. Natalie Stokes (Cardiology Fellow at UPMC and Co-Chair of the Cardionerds …
 
Do you find yourself listing “stressed out” as one of your main feelings during the holidays? You’re not alone. Many people experience stress during the holidays. It can be hard to deal with the stress of large family gatherings – especially if it’s your first big holiday since the start of the pandemic – and crafting the picture perfect celebratio…
 
When treating cancer, some of the treatments may cause lasting damage to your heart, especially if you are already at risk for cardiovascular disease. Dr. Steve Nissen is joined by Dr. Patrick Collier and Dr. Rohit Mougdil from Cleveland Clinic’s Cardio-Oncology Center to discuss what is the field of cardio-oncolgy and how we best care for patients…
 
The CardioNerds are thrilled to launch The Cardiac Critical Care Series! The series Co-Chairs – Dr. Mark Belkin (Advanced Heart Failure FIT, U Chicago), Dr. Yoav Karpenshif (FIT, U Penn), Dr. Eunice Dugan (CardioNerds Academy Chief Fellow and FIT, Cleveland Clinic), and Dr. Karan Desai (CardioNerds Academy Editor and FIT, U Maryland) – join CardioN…
 
CardioNerds Tommy Das (Program Director of the CardioNerds Academy and cardiology fellow at Cleveland Clinic) and Rick Ferraro (Director of CardioNerds Journal Club and cardiology fellow at the Johns Hopkins Hospital) join Dr. Erin Michos (Associate Professor of Cardiology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Editor-In-Chief of the American Journal of…
 
Some cancer treatments may cause lasting damage to the heart, especially if the patient already has risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Dr. Steve Nissen is joined by Dr. Patrick Collier and Dr. Rohit Mougdil from Cleveland Clinic’s Cardio-Oncology Center to discuss management strategies for this patient population.…
 
Maintaining quality of life during a serious illness—or planning for end of life care—can be a tough emotional journey. This holds true whether this care is for yourself or a loved one. Luckily, there are healthcare professionals with experience helping people navigate this journey every step of the way. Laura Hoeksema, MD discusses what you can ex…
 
Pacemakers are implanted when your heart beat is too slow. Dr. Oussama Wazni and Dr. Roy Chung, Director of Physiologic Pacing Center talk about a new pacemaker technique called physiologic pacing, including who benefits and outcomes at Cleveland Clinic. If you need a pacemaker you may benefit from this type of pacing.…
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder), join CardioNerds FIT Ambassador, Dr. Natasha Cuk and her co-fellows, Dr. Lily Stern, and Dr. Paul Marano from the Cedars-Sinai Cardiology Fellowship for some late afternoon smoothies on the beach. They discuss the case of a 46-year-old woman who presented with sudden cardiac arrest and was ultimately fo…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr James Howard from Imperial College, London. They discuss two papers published in Heart that dive into artificial intelligence and machine learning in cardiology.If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automatically downloaded to…
 
When your child tells you they have chest pain, this can sometimes signal problems with their heart. However, most discomfort felt by kids isn’t caused by a serious condition. Pediatric cardiologist Francine Erenberg, MD, discusses the reasons your child might be feeling chest pain—and how to tell when it’s time to worry.…
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder), ACHD series co-chair Dr. Agnes Koczo (UPMC), and episode FIT lead, Dr. Natasha Wolfe (Washington University) join Dr. Ari Cedars (Director of the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program at Johns Hopkins) for a discussion about coarctation of the aorta. In this episode we discuss the presentation and mana…
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder), Cardio-OB series co-chair and University of Texas Southwestern Cardiology Fellow, Dr. Sonia Shah, and episode FIT lead and UT Southwestern Cardiology Fellow Dr. Laurie Femnou discuss valvular heart disease in pregnancy with cardio-obstetrics expert Dr. Uri Elkayam, Professor of Medicine and OB Gyn at th…
 
Physiologic pacing is an approach to treat patients with complete heart block that minimizes pacing induced cardiomyopathy and heart failure. Dr. Oussama Wazni, Section Head, Cardiac Electrophysiology and Pacing, and Dr. Roy Chung, Director of Physiologic Pacing Center, discuss physiologic pacing at Cleveland Clinic: outcomes, indications, benefits…
 
The link between what we eat and how we feel is strong. Many big emotional moments in our lives are paired with certain foods. We reach for our favorite treats for comfort and celebration. But what happens when you find yourself routinely turning to food as a coping mechanism? We talk to psychologist Susan Albers-Bowling, PsyD, about what emotional…
 
Alcohol septal ablation is a treatment for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, performed at Cleveland Clinic since the late 1980’s. Dr. Samir Kapadia describes hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM), how this treatment is used and who the best candidates are. Dr. Kapadia discussed outcomes of septal ablation vs. surgery (septal myectomy). HCM requires a team a…
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder), join CardioNerds FIT Ambassador, Dr. Pablo Sanchez, and his co-fellows, Dr. Jimmy Tooley and Dr. Maggie Ning from Stanford University for an important case discussion about an An otherwise healthy young adult presented with fatigue and was found to be in complete heart block due to sarcoidosis. Dr. Rona…
 
Cleveland Clinic is in the early stages of a trial that will look at a preventative breast cancer vaccine. Here to talk about the vaccine is Thomas Budd, MD. The principal investigator on the trial, Budd explains how this vaccine could work, the type of breast cancer this trial is targeting and the timeline for the vaccine’s development.…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd is joined by EP specialist Dr Bhargava from the Cleveland Clinic. They discuss his Education in Heart paper on PVCs, covering assessment, drugs and ablation.If you enjoy the show, please subscribe to the podcast to get episodes automatically downloaded to your phone and compu…
 
Aspirin, like all medicines, has many benefits, but also some risks. Dr. Steve Nissen, Chief Academic Officer for Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Institute, answers who should take aspirin, who should not, and what the current recommendations are.By Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
 
Alcohol septal ablation has been performed at Cleveland Clinic since the late 1980’s. Dr. Samir Kapadia describes optimal patients for this procedure and outcomes of septal ablation vs. surgery (septal myectomy). Alcohol septal ablation is a good treatment option for appropriately selected patients. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) requires a team…
 
The pelvic floor is a group of stabilizing and supportive muscles found at the base of your pelvis. When these muscles become weak or tight, health issues can follow. Physical therapist Melissa Dubrow, DPT, shares the importance of maintaining pelvic health, including the causes and signs of pelvic floor disorders, and what pelvic health rehab enta…
 
September was PAD awareness month. Vascular Surgeon Dr. Kirksey sat down with Dr. Khatri, Interventional cardiovascular specialist and Dr. Botek, Section Head Podiatry to talk about foot issues in the diabetic population, who should see a podiatrist, frequency of visits, and importance of foot wear. Diagnosis of vascular issues and interventional t…
 
CardioNerds Dan Ambinder, Dr. Tommy Das (Program Director of the CardioNerds Academy and cardiology fellow at Cleveland Clinic), and episode lead, Dr. Teodora Donisan (CardioNerds Academy fellow and incoming Chief fellow and Beaumont Health Internal Medicine resident) join Dr. Matthew Budoff (professor of medicine at David Geffen School of Medicine…
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Josh Saef) join ACHD fellow Dr. Prashanth Venkatesh and ACHD program director Dr. Jeannette Lin, both from the University of California, Los Angeles, for a deep dive into the complex disease entity that is Ebstein anomaly. They discuss the anatomic features of the dysplastic tricuspid valve as well as the right ventricle…
 
In this episode of the Heart podcast, Digital Media Editor, Dr James Rudd, is joined by Dr Guarav Gulsin from the University of British Columbia. They cover everything you need to know about this class of drugs for use in heart disease and beyond following the publication of a comprehensive review paper in Heart.If you enjoy the show, please subscr…
 
Your immune system keeps you healthy by protecting you from disease—or, if you do get sick, helping you fight off illness. That’s one major reason building a strong immune system is so important. Cleveland Clinic physician Neha Vyas, MD, shares tips on how you can stay healthy—and the best steps to take for a speedy recovery if you do get sick.…
 
September was PAD awareness month. Vascular Surgeon Dr. Kirksey sat down with vascular medicine specialists Dr. Fendrikova Mahlay and Dr. Ouma to talk about peripheral artery disease risk factors, symptoms of peripheral artery disease, testing for peripheral artery disease, medical management, and ongoing monitoring and care throughout your lifetim…
 
CardioNerds, Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder, join Duke University CardioNerds Ambassador and Correspondent, Dr. Kelly Arps for the diuretic showdown of a lifetime. Join us for this Cardiology vs. Nephrology discussion and respective approach to volume overload and diuretic strategies with Dr. Michael Felker (Professor of Medicine with tenure in the…
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder), join Dr. Anjali Wagle (Internal medicine resident, Johns Hopkins Hospital) and Dr. Nick Smith (Cardiology fellow, Johns Hopkins Hospital) for an important discussion involving a patient with non-ischemic dilated cardiomyopathy and biventricular heart failure who had developed diuretic resistance. They d…
 
Obstructive sleep apnea is related to various types of cardiovascular disease. Cardiologist Dr. Michael Faulx and Dr. Reena Mehra, Director of Sleep Disorders Research in the Sleep Center, have worked together to investigate this relationship. It is important to ask the right questions and look for risk factors to determine if there are underlying …
 
Some conversations can be challenging. How do you start? What do you say? It can be hard to find the words – especially when you’re trying to talk about medical conditions. When a friend or family member is diagnosed with cancer, it can be difficult to talk about the diagnosis with kids. Child psychologist Kate Eshleman, PsyD, talks about ways to s…
 
Problems with sleep can affect your heart. Cardiologist Dr. Michael Faulx and Dr. Reena Mehra, Director of Director of Sleep Disorders Research, have worked together to investigate this relationship. It is important to know what to look for to see if you have a sleep problem or at risk for sleep problems – such as obstructive sleep apnea. Testing f…
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal and Daniel Ambinder), Cardio-OB series co-chair and University of Texas Southwestern Cardiology Fellow, Dr. Sonia Shah, episode lead fellow, Dr. Kaitlyn Ibrahim (Temple University now practicing with Lankenau Heart Group), join Dr. Afshan Hameed (Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology, UC Irvine), Dr. Paul Forfia (…
 
CardioNerds (Amit Goyal, Daniel Ambinder) and Dr. Mark Belkin, (CardioNerds Correspondent) and Dr. Shirlene Obuobi (CardioNerds Ambassador) from University of Chicago are honored to bring to you the Dr. Milton Packer perspective on the evolution of the neurohormonal hypothesis as part of The CardioNerds Heart Success Series. In part 6 Dr. Packer re…
 
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