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John Erwin III, MD, FACC, FAHA

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Core & Advanced Competencies For Echocardiographers

October 11, 2019

Core & Advanced Competencies For Echocardiographers As the art and science of echocardiography deepens in complexity and nuance, training programs that aspire to a superior level III curriculum must commit to providing complex and in-depth clinical exposure, including opportunities to practice and to refine point-of-care skills.   A recent ACC feature article  (Oct. 8, 2019) reviews…

Treatment of Mitral Regurgitation: COAPT VS MITRA-FR Trials

October 3, 2019

Treatment of Mitral Regurgitation: COAPT VS MITRA-FR Trials A recent letter in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (Tan, Pereira Nunes, 74 (14)) underscores the diagnostic challenges associated with functional mitral regurgitation and the importance of an integrated approach to interpretation of the COAPT and MITRA-FR trials when determining the course of treatment for…

The Evolution Of CardioOncology

September 27, 2019

The Evolution of CardioOncology The inaugural issue of the American College of Cardiology’s journal JACC: CardioOncology was released last week, underscoring both the evolution and the importance of cardiovascular health in the cancer patient population. Anti-cancer agents such as angiogenesis inhibitors and pro-inflammatory cytokines can cause beneficial effects against cancer, but deleterious effects on the…

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