Cardiovascular Update 2013

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Current ‘state of the art’ lectures at this years’ conference range from the difficulty of reading certain ECG’s to how one should therapeutically cool the patient who has had a sudden cardiac arrest and has been resuscitated yet remains obtunded.

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Current ‘state of the art’ lectures at this years’ conference range from the difficulty of reading certain ECG’s to how one should therapeutically cool the patient who has had a sudden cardiac arrest and has been resuscitated yet remains obtunded.<br/><br/>
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last episode published
2013-03-18 15:19
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
18.03.2013

Therapeutic Hypothermia for “First Responders” Dr. James R. Boogaerts, MD, FACC

Dr. Boogaerts starts with an emphasis that all “Sudden Death” events need not end that way--that there are many factors in the resuscitation and support of patients having either an ischemic event or an arrhythmia that can greatly improve the chance fo...
Dr. James R. Boogaerts author
10.02.2013

Device-based Therapy for Cardiomyopathy Dr. Russell C. Reeves

Dr. Reeves reveals the great utility of both an ICD and a Bi-ventricular implantable pacemaker in a variety of clinical situations, but stresses that the single greatest deterrent to sudden cardiac death is an implantable defibrillator in the non-ische...
Dr. Russell C. Reeves author
10.02.2013

EGC Jeopardy Quiz Dr. Paul J. Troup, MD, FACC

Dr. Troup follows the familiar quiz show, Jeopardy, for his quiz format, trying hard to stump Dr. Saema Mizra, Dr. Andy Miller&amp; Dr. Russell Reeves. In some measure, he is successful by showing a complex and wide variety of ECG abnormalities and by...
Dr. Paul J. Troup author
10.02.2013

Management of Hypertension in 2013 Andrew P. Miller, MD, FACC

Although the latest expected guidelines are not yet available, Dr. Miller reviews our current knowledge and gives kudos to the body of Canadian cardiologists who have utilized ambulatory monitoring of BP and the comfortable expansion of therapy to 3 or...
Dr. Andrew P. Miller author
10.02.2013

Diagnosis& Management of PVD Dr. J. Bradley Cavender, MD, FACC

Dr. Cavender visits his “Top 10” locations for vascular disease, showing a case of a single patient with almost every major vascular system involved, discussing the latest methods of endovascular, relatively non-invasive therapies.