Drs. Robi Goswami and Ashwani Sastry discuss their research over the past two years as Duke Cardiology fellows.
Dr. Goswami on “Duke Biomedical Engineering and Ultrasound: Adding a Virtual Feel to Echo.”
Dr. Sastry on “Regulation of Cardiovascular Devices: An FDA Fellow Perspective.”
Christopher Granger and E. Magnus Ohman discuss new developments in the management of acute coronary syndromes and what this means for clinical practice.
Drs. Kenneth Mahaffey, Connie Hess, and Akshay Bagai present a recap of the 2013 ACC Scientific Session.
Dr. Sana Al-Khatib presented on, “The Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator: Where Have We Been? Where Are We Going?”
Drs. Christopher O’Connor (
JACC Heart Failure), Daniel Mark ( American Heart Journal), and Howard Rockman ( The Journal of Clinical Investigation) participate in a special editors’ roundtable discussion.
Dr. E. Magnus Ohman, Director of the Duke Program for Advanced Coronary Disease, presents lessons learned over the past two decades on PCI for left main coronary artery disease:
We were delighted to have Duke alum Dr. Gust Bardy visit with us last week. He has previously helped conduct the landmark
Sudden Cardiac Death in Heart Failure Trial (SCD-HeFT). His work with implantable defibrillators has continued wtih the development of an entirely subcutaneous ICD. He presented the fascinating story of its development last week at Duke Cardiology Grand Rounds.
Dr. James Daubert, Section Chief of the Division of Cardiology’s Electrophysiology Program at Duke, presented at a recent Grand Rounds on this widely discussed topic. Be sure to play it in full screen using the icon in the upper right corner.
In case you could not make to AHA 2012, Dr. Kristin Newby provides an excellent recap below. Be sure to play it in full screen.
In case you could not make to
TCT 2012, Dr. Manesh Patel provides an excellent recap below. Be sure to play it in full screen.