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Couple of weeks ago, I saw two patients in clinic for hospital discharge follow-up. Both were young and both had a recent stroke. The first patient was a 37-year-old man with valvular heart disease requiring anticoagulation with Coumadin. He presented with a severe right MCA stroke and was found to have a right M1 occlusion. His INR was sub therapeutic ... more...
Posted by Muhammad ALVI on The Early Career Voice Oct 25, 2016 2:44 PM CDT
Cardiovascular disease is the number 1 cause of death worldwide. Which means more people die each year from cardiovascular disease than from any other cause. Unfortunately, more than three quarters of all cardiovascular deaths occur in low and middle income families.   In these socio-economic populations a lack of proper health education is ... more...
Posted by Fritzson Michel on The Early Career Voice Oct 20, 2016 4:32 PM CDT
In having this opportunity to be an "Early Career" blogger through the AHA, I lay claim to being on the very early end of the career spectrum. I started my Cardiology Fellowship training on July 1, 2016—along with every Fellow in every specialty across the nation.   I've been thrilled to be able to finally state that, yes, I'm a Cardiologist, after years of ... more...
Posted by Mark Kaeppler on The Early Career Voice Oct 18, 2016 3:37 PM CDT
In my inaugural blog post , I discussed the importance of forming an Early Career Structural Heart Disease Task Force to better streamline the framework and curricula of the current 36 structural heart disease programs in North America. While there is an ongoing debate amongst the current crop of advanced interventional fellows with regard to the ... more...
Posted by Ankur Kalra on The Early Career Voice Oct 14, 2016 3:11 PM CDT
Recently, Apple released the second iteration of its Apple Watch with added upgrades. This was accompanied by the usual marketing overdrive concentrating upon its benefits in staying connected, using it as a fitness tracking tool, and a way to improve healthy behavior by staying in touch with peers doing the same thing.   This is not unique and for all ... more...
Posted by Deepak Padmanabhan on The Early Career Voice Oct 11, 2016 4:04 PM CDT