23: COVID-19 and Cardiovascular Disease
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“We are at war with a pandemic and the enemy is not each other, it’s the virus.” In this latest episode, Ankur Kalra, MD meets with Andrew Sauer, MD, co-author of upcoming paper in US Cardiology Review on COVID-19 and Cardiovascular Disease that provides a concise and current summary of cardiovascular complications from COVID-19. Hear them discuss the latest issues surrounding the pandemic, the known cardiac implications and the rapidly emerging data. Submit your question to Ankur via: podcast@radciffe-group.com. Hosted by @AnkurKalraMD. Produced by @RadcliffeCARDIO. What to listen for: In this episode they discuss: [00.00] Introductions [05.55] The importance of lessons learned from other countries and the importance of social distancing [09.25] Troponin elevation in COVID-19 positive patients [13.15] Receptor mechanisms and treating COVID-19 patients with hypertension [19.19] Cardiac arrhythmia mechanisms in COVID-19 patients [23.00] Fulminant myocarditis, congestive heart failure and BNP in COVID-19 patients [26.47] Treatments and risks: antiviral therapy, infection markers, complications [28.59] HCPs, PPE and the importance of social distancing [32.52] Antimalarial drugs in treating COVID-19 patients [34.54] Transplant patients, donors and testing for COVID-19 [39.35] The importance of surveillance biopsies [42.18] Pressure rooms for at-risk patients [45.05] Closing remarks
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