Videos | Coronavirus (COVID-19) | May 29, 2020

VIDEO: Creating a Home COVID-19 Decontamination Area for the Clinician

Jay Mohan, D.O., RPVI, interventional cardiology fellow at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan, created this video. It shows other clinicians how he set up his home COVID-19 decontamination area where he changes clothes, shoes and sterilizes before entering his house in order to protect his family. He has been involved with direct care of COVID-19 patients the past two months.

Since the start of the SAR-CoV-2 pandemic, clinicians and first-responders who are in contact with, or possible contact with, COVID-19 patients have developed ways to not bring and viral contamination home with them. This often includes on transition spot in the garage or designed room where they can change out of work clothing and shoes and into new clothing and shoes. Shoes and coats are separated into ones used for home and those dedicated for use at work only. Those who wear and reuse N95 masks also have developed ways to take the mask off by the straps only so they do not touch it and strapping it over a tupperware container that can then be sealed, or stored inside a disposable paper or plastic bag.

Mohan is board certified in cardiology, internal medicine, echocardiography and nuclear cardiology. He also serves as vice president of the Dr. Ramesh Kumar Foundation

Mohan shares regular updates on Twitter about recent cardiology technology devices, takeaway points from conferences and short educational videos he produces. Follow or contact him via Twitter or Instagram at @cardiologyoncall.

Watch a video animation he created — VIDEO: The Latest Data on COVID-19 and Cardiovascular Disease.
 

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Examples of TrueView and GlassView 3D cardiac ultrasound visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) assisted automated measurements on the Philips Healthcare Epiq CV version 9.0 echo system. The latest version of the system was FDA cleared in October 2021 and shown at the 2021 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting for the first time. The Epiq is an AI-based platform, starting with anatomical intelligence to identify the anatomy being images automatically. The latest version of the system adds additional AI auto measurements and quantification to save time, speed workflow and reduce intra-operator variability. 

The short video shows photo-realistic rendering of the mitral valve and a new feature where the opacity of the tissue can be dialed in our out to show glass-like ghost view of the tissue. This can make it easier to navigate or see anatomical landmarks without rotating or slicing through the image planes in the 3D rendering.

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EP Lab | November 22, 2021

Christine Albert, M.D., MPH, professor, chair of the Department of Cardiology and the Lee and Harold Kapelovitz Distinguished Chair in Cardiology, and former president of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS). She spoke at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on innovations in electrophysiology (EP) technologies. 

Advances she discusses include:
   • Leadless pacing and CRT systems  
   • Wearable patch heart monitors and that are largely replacing traditional Holter monitors.
   • Pulsed field ablation (also called electroporation) that may improve cardiac ablations and prevent damage to underlying tissues.
   • Cryo-ablation balloons.
   • Improved EP mapping technologies.
   • and left atrial appendage (LAA) occluders.

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Genetic Testing | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai, moderated the Best Science in Cardiovascular Genetics and Genomics: Building Blocks to Better Outcomes, at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting. She is an expert in cardiac genetic testing and said tailoring LDL-lowering drug therapy based on routine genetic tests is coming, but is still a few years off.

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Pharmaceuticals | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai and the Erika J. Glazer Chair in Women's Cardiovascular Health and Population Science, led a discussion at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on novel therapeutics for the lipid lowering treatments. 

She discusses bempedoic acid, inclisiran to reduce LDL-C, icosapent ethyl and the use of genetic testing to further reduce high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in patients were statin therapy is not enough.

Cheng discusses more in the VIDEO: Use of Genetic Testing to Tailor Lipid Lowering Therapies.

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Hemodynamic Support Devices | March 06, 2019

Perwaiz Meraj, M.D., FACC, FSCAI, director of interventional cardiology, assistant professor, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, Northwell Health System discusses the importance of hemodynamic support to safely perform a percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with prior coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery and comorbidities. Learn more at ProtectedPCI.com/DAIC.

In this video, Meraj discuss a complex coronary intervention of a 77-year-old woman with stage 4 CKD, prior CABG, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, who presented with angina and NSTEMI with an ejection fraction of 40 percent. The team at Northwell consulted with cardiac surgeons and the heart team, and determined that this patient was too high risk for another bypass surgery. Read more on this case.
 

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Cardiovascular Ultrasound | November 24, 2021

Examples of TrueView and GlassView 3D cardiac ultrasound visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) assisted automated measurements on the Philips Healthcare Epiq CV version 9.0 echo system. The latest version of the system was FDA cleared in October 2021 and shown at the 2021 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting for the first time. The Epiq is an AI-based platform, starting with anatomical intelligence to identify the anatomy being images automatically. The latest version of the system adds additional AI auto measurements and quantification to save time, speed workflow and reduce intra-operator variability. 

The short video shows photo-realistic rendering of the mitral valve and a new feature where the opacity of the tissue can be dialed in our out to show glass-like ghost view of the tissue. This can make it easier to navigate or see anatomical landmarks without rotating or slicing through the image planes in the 3D rendering.

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EP Lab | November 22, 2021

Christine Albert, M.D., MPH, professor, chair of the Department of Cardiology and the Lee and Harold Kapelovitz Distinguished Chair in Cardiology, and former president of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS). She spoke at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on innovations in electrophysiology (EP) technologies. 

Advances she discusses include:
   • Leadless pacing and CRT systems  
   • Wearable patch heart monitors and that are largely replacing traditional Holter monitors.
   • Pulsed field ablation (also called electroporation) that may improve cardiac ablations and prevent damage to underlying tissues.
   • Cryo-ablation balloons.
   • Improved EP mapping technologies.
   • and left atrial appendage (LAA) occluders.

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Genetic Testing | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai, moderated the Best Science in Cardiovascular Genetics and Genomics: Building Blocks to Better Outcomes, at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting. She is an expert in cardiac genetic testing and said tailoring LDL-lowering drug therapy based on routine genetic tests is coming, but is still a few years off.

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Pharmaceuticals | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai and the Erika J. Glazer Chair in Women's Cardiovascular Health and Population Science, led a discussion at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on novel therapeutics for the lipid lowering treatments. 

She discusses bempedoic acid, inclisiran to reduce LDL-C, icosapent ethyl and the use of genetic testing to further reduce high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in patients were statin therapy is not enough.

Cheng discusses more in the VIDEO: Use of Genetic Testing to Tailor Lipid Lowering Therapies.

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Cardiovascular Ultrasound | November 24, 2021

Examples of TrueView and GlassView 3D cardiac ultrasound visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) assisted automated measurements on the Philips Healthcare Epiq CV version 9.0 echo system. The latest version of the system was FDA cleared in October 2021 and shown at the 2021 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting for the first time. The Epiq is an AI-based platform, starting with anatomical intelligence to identify the anatomy being images automatically. The latest version of the system adds additional AI auto measurements and quantification to save time, speed workflow and reduce intra-operator variability. 

The short video shows photo-realistic rendering of the mitral valve and a new feature where the opacity of the tissue can be dialed in our out to show glass-like ghost view of the tissue. This can make it easier to navigate or see anatomical landmarks without rotating or slicing through the image planes in the 3D rendering.

Find more RSNA news and video

Find more cardiac echo technology news
 

EP Lab | November 22, 2021

Christine Albert, M.D., MPH, professor, chair of the Department of Cardiology and the Lee and Harold Kapelovitz Distinguished Chair in Cardiology, and former president of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS). She spoke at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on innovations in electrophysiology (EP) technologies. 

Advances she discusses include:
   • Leadless pacing and CRT systems  
   • Wearable patch heart monitors and that are largely replacing traditional Holter monitors.
   • Pulsed field ablation (also called electroporation) that may improve cardiac ablations and prevent damage to underlying tissues.
   • Cryo-ablation balloons.
   • Improved EP mapping technologies.
   • and left atrial appendage (LAA) occluders.

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Genetic Testing | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai, moderated the Best Science in Cardiovascular Genetics and Genomics: Building Blocks to Better Outcomes, at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting. She is an expert in cardiac genetic testing and said tailoring LDL-lowering drug therapy based on routine genetic tests is coming, but is still a few years off.

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Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai and the Erika J. Glazer Chair in Women's Cardiovascular Health and Population Science, led a discussion at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on novel therapeutics for the lipid lowering treatments. 

She discusses bempedoic acid, inclisiran to reduce LDL-C, icosapent ethyl and the use of genetic testing to further reduce high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in patients were statin therapy is not enough.

Cheng discusses more in the VIDEO: Use of Genetic Testing to Tailor Lipid Lowering Therapies.

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Cardiovascular Ultrasound | November 24, 2021

Examples of TrueView and GlassView 3D cardiac ultrasound visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) assisted automated measurements on the Philips Healthcare Epiq CV version 9.0 echo system. The latest version of the system was FDA cleared in October 2021 and shown at the 2021 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting for the first time. The Epiq is an AI-based platform, starting with anatomical intelligence to identify the anatomy being images automatically. The latest version of the system adds additional AI auto measurements and quantification to save time, speed workflow and reduce intra-operator variability. 

The short video shows photo-realistic rendering of the mitral valve and a new feature where the opacity of the tissue can be dialed in our out to show glass-like ghost view of the tissue. This can make it easier to navigate or see anatomical landmarks without rotating or slicing through the image planes in the 3D rendering.

Find more RSNA news and video

Find more cardiac echo technology news
 

EP Lab | November 22, 2021

Christine Albert, M.D., MPH, professor, chair of the Department of Cardiology and the Lee and Harold Kapelovitz Distinguished Chair in Cardiology, and former president of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS). She spoke at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on innovations in electrophysiology (EP) technologies. 

Advances she discusses include:
   • Leadless pacing and CRT systems  
   • Wearable patch heart monitors and that are largely replacing traditional Holter monitors.
   • Pulsed field ablation (also called electroporation) that may improve cardiac ablations and prevent damage to underlying tissues.
   • Cryo-ablation balloons.
   • Improved EP mapping technologies.
   • and left atrial appendage (LAA) occluders.

Find more EP lab technology news

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Genetic Testing | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai, moderated the Best Science in Cardiovascular Genetics and Genomics: Building Blocks to Better Outcomes, at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting. She is an expert in cardiac genetic testing and said tailoring LDL-lowering drug therapy based on routine genetic tests is coming, but is still a few years off.

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Pharmaceuticals | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai and the Erika J. Glazer Chair in Women's Cardiovascular Health and Population Science, led a discussion at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on novel therapeutics for the lipid lowering treatments. 

She discusses bempedoic acid, inclisiran to reduce LDL-C, icosapent ethyl and the use of genetic testing to further reduce high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in patients were statin therapy is not enough.

Cheng discusses more in the VIDEO: Use of Genetic Testing to Tailor Lipid Lowering Therapies.

Find more AHA 2021 late-breaking studies and video

 

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Cardiovascular Ultrasound | November 24, 2021

Examples of TrueView and GlassView 3D cardiac ultrasound visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) assisted automated measurements on the Philips Healthcare Epiq CV version 9.0 echo system. The latest version of the system was FDA cleared in October 2021 and shown at the 2021 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting for the first time. The Epiq is an AI-based platform, starting with anatomical intelligence to identify the anatomy being images automatically. The latest version of the system adds additional AI auto measurements and quantification to save time, speed workflow and reduce intra-operator variability. 

The short video shows photo-realistic rendering of the mitral valve and a new feature where the opacity of the tissue can be dialed in our out to show glass-like ghost view of the tissue. This can make it easier to navigate or see anatomical landmarks without rotating or slicing through the image planes in the 3D rendering.

Find more RSNA news and video

Find more cardiac echo technology news
 

EP Lab | November 22, 2021

Christine Albert, M.D., MPH, professor, chair of the Department of Cardiology and the Lee and Harold Kapelovitz Distinguished Chair in Cardiology, and former president of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS). She spoke at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on innovations in electrophysiology (EP) technologies. 

Advances she discusses include:
   • Leadless pacing and CRT systems  
   • Wearable patch heart monitors and that are largely replacing traditional Holter monitors.
   • Pulsed field ablation (also called electroporation) that may improve cardiac ablations and prevent damage to underlying tissues.
   • Cryo-ablation balloons.
   • Improved EP mapping technologies.
   • and left atrial appendage (LAA) occluders.

Find more EP lab technology news

Find More AHA 2021 Late-breaking News

Genetic Testing | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai, moderated the Best Science in Cardiovascular Genetics and Genomics: Building Blocks to Better Outcomes, at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting. She is an expert in cardiac genetic testing and said tailoring LDL-lowering drug therapy based on routine genetic tests is coming, but is still a few years off.

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Pharmaceuticals | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai and the Erika J. Glazer Chair in Women's Cardiovascular Health and Population Science, led a discussion at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on novel therapeutics for the lipid lowering treatments. 

She discusses bempedoic acid, inclisiran to reduce LDL-C, icosapent ethyl and the use of genetic testing to further reduce high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in patients were statin therapy is not enough.

Cheng discusses more in the VIDEO: Use of Genetic Testing to Tailor Lipid Lowering Therapies.

Find more AHA 2021 late-breaking studies and video

 

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Cardiovascular Ultrasound | November 24, 2021

Examples of TrueView and GlassView 3D cardiac ultrasound visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) assisted automated measurements on the Philips Healthcare Epiq CV version 9.0 echo system. The latest version of the system was FDA cleared in October 2021 and shown at the 2021 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting for the first time. The Epiq is an AI-based platform, starting with anatomical intelligence to identify the anatomy being images automatically. The latest version of the system adds additional AI auto measurements and quantification to save time, speed workflow and reduce intra-operator variability. 

The short video shows photo-realistic rendering of the mitral valve and a new feature where the opacity of the tissue can be dialed in our out to show glass-like ghost view of the tissue. This can make it easier to navigate or see anatomical landmarks without rotating or slicing through the image planes in the 3D rendering.

Find more RSNA news and video

Find more cardiac echo technology news
 

EP Lab | November 22, 2021

Christine Albert, M.D., MPH, professor, chair of the Department of Cardiology and the Lee and Harold Kapelovitz Distinguished Chair in Cardiology, and former president of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS). She spoke at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on innovations in electrophysiology (EP) technologies. 

Advances she discusses include:
   • Leadless pacing and CRT systems  
   • Wearable patch heart monitors and that are largely replacing traditional Holter monitors.
   • Pulsed field ablation (also called electroporation) that may improve cardiac ablations and prevent damage to underlying tissues.
   • Cryo-ablation balloons.
   • Improved EP mapping technologies.
   • and left atrial appendage (LAA) occluders.

Find more EP lab technology news

Find More AHA 2021 Late-breaking News

Genetic Testing | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai, moderated the Best Science in Cardiovascular Genetics and Genomics: Building Blocks to Better Outcomes, at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting. She is an expert in cardiac genetic testing and said tailoring LDL-lowering drug therapy based on routine genetic tests is coming, but is still a few years off.

Find more AHA 2021 late-breaking studies and video

Pharmaceuticals | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai and the Erika J. Glazer Chair in Women's Cardiovascular Health and Population Science, led a discussion at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on novel therapeutics for the lipid lowering treatments. 

She discusses bempedoic acid, inclisiran to reduce LDL-C, icosapent ethyl and the use of genetic testing to further reduce high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in patients were statin therapy is not enough.

Cheng discusses more in the VIDEO: Use of Genetic Testing to Tailor Lipid Lowering Therapies.

Find more AHA 2021 late-breaking studies and video

 

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Cardiovascular Ultrasound | November 24, 2021

Examples of TrueView and GlassView 3D cardiac ultrasound visualization and artificial intelligence (AI) assisted automated measurements on the Philips Healthcare Epiq CV version 9.0 echo system. The latest version of the system was FDA cleared in October 2021 and shown at the 2021 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting for the first time. The Epiq is an AI-based platform, starting with anatomical intelligence to identify the anatomy being images automatically. The latest version of the system adds additional AI auto measurements and quantification to save time, speed workflow and reduce intra-operator variability. 

The short video shows photo-realistic rendering of the mitral valve and a new feature where the opacity of the tissue can be dialed in our out to show glass-like ghost view of the tissue. This can make it easier to navigate or see anatomical landmarks without rotating or slicing through the image planes in the 3D rendering.

Find more RSNA news and video

Find more cardiac echo technology news
 

EP Lab | November 22, 2021

Christine Albert, M.D., MPH, professor, chair of the Department of Cardiology and the Lee and Harold Kapelovitz Distinguished Chair in Cardiology, and former president of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS). She spoke at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on innovations in electrophysiology (EP) technologies. 

Advances she discusses include:
   • Leadless pacing and CRT systems  
   • Wearable patch heart monitors and that are largely replacing traditional Holter monitors.
   • Pulsed field ablation (also called electroporation) that may improve cardiac ablations and prevent damage to underlying tissues.
   • Cryo-ablation balloons.
   • Improved EP mapping technologies.
   • and left atrial appendage (LAA) occluders.

Find more EP lab technology news

Find More AHA 2021 Late-breaking News

Genetic Testing | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai, moderated the Best Science in Cardiovascular Genetics and Genomics: Building Blocks to Better Outcomes, at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting. She is an expert in cardiac genetic testing and said tailoring LDL-lowering drug therapy based on routine genetic tests is coming, but is still a few years off.

Find more AHA 2021 late-breaking studies and video

Pharmaceuticals | November 22, 2021

Susan Cheng, M.D., MPH, director of the Institute for Research on Healthy Aging in the Department of Cardiology at Cedars-Sinai and the Erika J. Glazer Chair in Women's Cardiovascular Health and Population Science, led a discussion at the American Heart Association (AHA) 2021 meeting on novel therapeutics for the lipid lowering treatments. 

She discusses bempedoic acid, inclisiran to reduce LDL-C, icosapent ethyl and the use of genetic testing to further reduce high low-density lipoprotein (LDL) in patients were statin therapy is not enough.

Cheng discusses more in the VIDEO: Use of Genetic Testing to Tailor Lipid Lowering Therapies.

Find more AHA 2021 late-breaking studies and video

 

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