Monthly Archives: March 2013

ADAPT and Overcome – Learning to Stop the Guesswork

By Scott W. Murray, MD I have been writing for the journal for three years now and the majority of my musings have been based around the fact that using angiography and guesswork in the cath lab may be a … Continue reading

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Peripheral Vascular Disease in Patients Undergoing PCI

By Dmitriy Feldman, MD Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) and coronary artery disease commonly coexist in patients undergoing PCI. Patients with PVD, even when asymptomatic, are at greater risk of future cardiovascular events as well as mortality. Prior studies, performed primarily … Continue reading

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The Most Compelling Case I Have Ever Seen

By Bernhard Meier, MD I have been a physician and cardiologist for almost 40 years. I have never come across a case as compelling as this one. A completely healthy young life is extinguished by an internal biological accident. The … Continue reading

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We Can and Should Grow the Interventional Cardiology Workforce!

By Srihari S. Naidu, MD   As we enter the interviewing season for interventional cardiology training, there seems to be no dearth of ready, willing and able physicians eager to join our ranks.  Competition remains fierce, and the talent exceptional. … Continue reading

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