Bill Kussmaul, FACP, an associate editor of Annals of Internal Medicine, addressed some of the hottest controversies in cardiology. ... A: This is one of the hottest controversies in cardiology. The test is non-invasive and can be performed without any
Nash, MD, FACP, is the senior vice president and executive director of the North Shore-LIJ Medical Group, and a professor of Cardiology and Population Health at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ ... He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular
Sklansky, MD, chief of the division of pediatric cardiology, medical director of the UCLA Children's Heart Center, and professor of clinical pediatrics at Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA and the
Will the new guideline from the American College of Cardiology and American Heart Association (ACC/AHA) spur patients into making better lifestyle choices or instead lead them too quickly to medication? ... Whelton, MD, MSc, chair of the American College
With an integrated health care system, there may be ways for clinicians to look at when patients refill their medication,” said Michael Ho, MD, PhD, assistant professor of cardiology at the
One study, published in 2016 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, provided encouraging news for patients who survive and out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and are discharged from ... said Christopher Fordyce, MD, a clinical assistant
What do you think? Ira S. Nash, MD, FACP, is the senior vice president and executive director of the North Shore-LIJ Medical Group, and a professor of Cardiology and Population ... He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases
F. Cleland, MD, a professor of cardiology at Hull York Medical School in England who wrote an editorial that accompanied the analysis in BMJ.
He was chief of cardiology at the Truman Medical Center/University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical School.
V. Parikh, MD, a cardiology fellow at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.