33 episodes

Cardiology podcast for internists, residents and medical students. We review common questions for cardiologists and recent research.

AP Cardiology Andrew Perry

    • Science
    • 4.9, 85 Ratings

Cardiology podcast for internists, residents and medical students. We review common questions for cardiologists and recent research.

    Physical Exam Series - Aortic Stenosis

    Physical Exam Series - Aortic Stenosis

    I am joined by Shreyas Venkataraman to discuss the physical exam findings of aortic stenosis and how they can help us with the diagnosis and grading of aortic stenosis. We share 2 examples of heart murmurs, discuss likelihood ratios and the physical exam finding that is most consistent with severe aortic stenosis.

    • 25 min
    Heart failure with recovered ejection fraction - Jane Wilcox

    Heart failure with recovered ejection fraction - Jane Wilcox

    I visit with Dr. Jane Wilcox from Northwestern University to discuss patients with heart failure that later have normalization of their ejection fraction (HFrecEF). We discuss how this population is different from other heart failure populations and common issues in managing them. Links: TRED-HF Myocardial Recovery versus Myocardial Remission Penn Heart Failure Study

    • 33 min
    Plant Based Diets with Kim Williams

    Plant Based Diets with Kim Williams

    I visited with Dr Kim Williams, former president of the ACC, to discuss the cardiovascular benefits of a plant based diet. Using stories of patient encounters he shares pearls to take to the bedside and how to talk to patients about plant based diets. Links: PREDIMED International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention Review of … Continue reading Plant Based Diets with Kim Williams →

    • 34 min
    False Positive Troponins

    False Positive Troponins

    I visit with Robert Christenson PhD about the troponin assays and how they can be falsely positive from anti-body mediated interference. I present a case and we discuss the mechanisms which create the false positives (or negatives) with the assays, how manufacturers are trying to mitigate them and the emerging challenge of biotin supplements. References … Continue reading False Positive Troponins →

    • 19 min
    Pregnancy in ACHD - Dr Candice Silverside

    Pregnancy in ACHD - Dr Candice Silverside

    UPDATED: I visited with Dr. Candice Silversides at the American Heart Association Meeting in November 2019. We talk about her area of expertise, pregnancy in adults with congenital heart disease. Links: ESC Guidelines on the Management of Cardiovascular Diseases During Pregnancy AHA Management of Pregnancy in Patients With Complex Congenital Heart Disease

    • 20 min
    HFpEF and Amyloid - Rick Ruberg

    HFpEF and Amyloid - Rick Ruberg

    I met with Dr. Frederick Ruberg from Boston University to discuss his talk from AHA 2019 titled “HFpEF: It’s a Diagnosis of Exclusion, So Exclude Other Causes!” We discuss what the diagnosis of HFpEF entails and then dive into cardiac amyloidosis and what populations should be screened for amyloid. Links to papers work via apcardiology.com … Continue reading HFpEF and Amyloid – Frederick Ruberg →

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
85 Ratings

85 Ratings

coloradocoors ,

Best Cardiology Podcast

I am a recently graduated acute care nurse practitioner who practices adult cardiology. This is the best podcast that I have found regarding cardiology as Dr. Perry does not just dicuss the guidelines and the studies. He dissects individual clinical topics and discusses the pathophysiology, epidemiology, evaluation and treatment for each condition with the experts. No other podcast offers this. Well done!

MagnoliaRose1473 ,

Outstanding

Dr. Perry, thank you so much for all the effort and passion you put into these captivating cardiology podcasts. I have never written a podcast review before, but your production is so interesting to me that I just have to let you know how much I appreciate it. I am in the cardiac medical device industry and my husband is a physician. I’m not sure how you have time as a resident to put these together, but they are so informative and helpful. I learn a lot from you and your attending physicians. Keep them coming! Thank you.

ReecieJoshie ,

Great learning tool

Thank you so much for this podcast. On my regular long car rides, I learn new material and get a different perspective on familiar material. Invaluable. Agree with the previous reviewer that, unfortunately, some of the audio is difficult to hear, especially in a car.

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