12 episodes

The Don't Miss a Beat Podcast is a regular news roundup of the latest evidence and clinical trial insights across cardiovascular, renal, and metabolic diseases. Don’t Miss a Beat as Drs. Steve Greene and Muthu Vaduganathan critically examine recent advances in clinical care and research with perspectives from global experts in the field. Video version available on http://PracticalCardiology.com. 

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The Don't Miss a Beat Podcast is a regular news roundup of the latest evidence and clinical trial insights across cardiovascular, renal, and metabolic diseases. Don’t Miss a Beat as Drs. Steve Greene and Muthu Vaduganathan critically examine recent advances in clinical care and research with perspectives from global experts in the field. Video version available on http://PracticalCardiology.com. 

    Don't Miss a Beat: oHCM and Mavacamten

    Don't Miss a Beat: oHCM and Mavacamten

    A first-in-class allosteric and reversible inhibitor selective for cardiac myosin approved based on the results of the EXPLORER-HCM trial, mavacamten was approved for the treatment of adults with symptomatic NYHA class 2-3 obstructive HCM after their phase 3 data indicated use was with improved exercise capacity, LVOT obstruction, NYHA functional class, and health status patients with oHCM.

    In the latest edition of Don’t Miss a Beat, hosts Stephen Greene, MD, of Duke University School of Medicine, and Muthiah Vaduganathan, MD, MPH, of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, are joined by special guest Anjali Owens, MD, of Penn Medicine. An assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Cardiology and medical director of the Center for Inherited Cardiac Disease at the Perelman School of Medicine, Owens is a leading researcher in oHCM with real-world clinical experience treating the disease. During the episode, Owens takes our hosts on a deep dive into the disease state from her perspective.

    • 23 min
    Don't Miss a Beat: Interpreting New Heart Failure Guidelines

    Don't Miss a Beat: Interpreting New Heart Failure Guidelines

    In this episode of Don't Miss a Beat, hosts Drs. Greene and Vaduganathan break down the new ACC/AHA/HFSA heart failure guidelines debuted at ACC.22 and compare the recommendations against those made in the European Society of Cardiology's 2021 heart failure guidelines.

    • 27 min
    Don't Miss a Beat: ACC.22 Preview

    Don't Miss a Beat: ACC.22 Preview

    Headed to ACC.22 this weekend or following along virtually? Get the weekend started with our special ACC.22 preview edition of Don't Miss a Beat. Hear from co-hosts Drs. Vaduganathan and Greene on their top picks from the late-breaking sessions at the upcoming American College of Cardiology meeting and offer their thoughts on the recent EMPA-KIDNEY announcement. 

    • 21 min
    Dr. Eugene Braunwald: TIMI 1 and the TIMI Study Group

    Dr. Eugene Braunwald: TIMI 1 and the TIMI Study Group

    Dr. Eugene Braunwald joins Don't Miss a Beat hosts Dr. Greene and Dr. Vaduganathan to provide perspective on founding the TIMI study group, how trials have evolved, and advice he would give to young professionals interested in becoming trialists.

    • 28 min
    Introduction to Don't Miss a Beat

    Introduction to Don't Miss a Beat

    Join Dr. Steve Greene and Dr. Muthiah Vaduganathan for a regular news roundup of the latest evidence and clinical trial insights across cardiovascular, renal, and metabolic diseases.

    In the inaugural episode of Don't Miss a Beat, Drs. Greene and Vaduganathan discuss the impact of an early career mentor and provide insight into their favorite trials from 2021, including EMPEROR-Preserved and SSaSS.

    A video version of this podcast, which includes visual aids, can be found on PracticalCardiology.com

    • 21 min
    COVID-19 and Burnout in the Cardiology Workforce with Laxmi Mehta, MD

    COVID-19 and Burnout in the Cardiology Workforce with Laxmi Mehta, MD

    Based on a study she presented at ACC.21, Laxmi Mehta, MD, discusses COVID-19 and burnout among cardiology professionals with Practical Cardiology senior editor Patrick Campbell. 

    This conversation has been edited for time and clarity.

    • 22 min

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