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Cardionerds is a cardiology podcast created to bring high yield cardiovascular concepts in a fun and engaging format for listeners of all levels. For each topic, we use the consult interaction to discuss the basics after which we take pulse checks with experts for a deeper dive!



Check us out! www.cardionerds.com

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Cardionerds is a cardiology podcast created to bring high yield cardiovascular concepts in a fun and engaging format for listeners of all levels. For each topic, we use the consult interaction to discuss the basics after which we take pulse checks with experts for a deeper dive!



Check us out! www.cardionerds.com

    14. HF part 3: Approach to advanced heart failure strategies with Dr. Jerry Estep

    14. HF part 3: Approach to advanced heart failure strategies with Dr. Jerry Estep

    14. HF part 3: Approach to advanced heart failure strategies with Dr. Jerry Estep

    Amit and co-fellow Dr. Kartik Telukuntla discuss advanced heart failure therapies, or salvage therapies, with Dr. Jerry Estep, section head of heart failure at the Cleveland Clinic.



    Show page: https://www.cardionerds.com/heart-failure-awareness-cardionerds-series/



    Dr. Jerry Estep earned his bachelor of arts at the University of Texas, Austin and subsequently received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed internal medicine residency training at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and went back to Baylor for his cardiology and heart failure fellowship training. Prior to joining Cleveland Clinic in 2018 as our section head for the division of heart failure and transplant, Dr. Estep was the Section Head of Heart Failure at Methodist DeBakey in Houston, Texas. Dr. Estep has been involved in numerous clinical trials and co-authored over a 100 peer reviewed articles. He has a special interest in mechanical circulatory support devices and has published heavily on the percutaneous placement of intra-aortic balloon pump in the axillary artery as a long-term  support option to bridge patients to transplant. 







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    • 39 min
    13. HF part 2: Approach to GDMT with Dr. Randall Starling

    13. HF part 2: Approach to GDMT with Dr. Randall Starling

    Amit and co-fellow Kartik Telukuntla talk to Dr. Randall Starling, former president of the HSFA about his approach to guideline-directed medical therapy in heart failure.



    Dr. Randall Starling obtained his Bachelor’s degree and Master’s in Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh and medical degree from Temple University. He went back to University of Pittsburgh for his internal medicine residency training and then went to Ohio State University for his cardiology fellowship. He stayed on as faculty at Ohio State until 2005 at which time he joined the Cleveland Clinic. He is the former section head of the Division of Heart Failure and former Vice Chairman of the Cardiovascular Medicine Department. Dr. Starling has been the principal investigator on numerous clinical trials and most recently completed his tenure as President of the Heart Failure Society of America.



    Show page: https://www.cardionerds.com/heart-failure-awareness-cardionerds-series/

    • 52 min
    12. HF part 1: Evaluation of new onset heart failure with Dr. Ed Kasper

    12. HF part 1: Evaluation of new onset heart failure with Dr. Ed Kasper

    Dan and Carine chat with cardiomyopathy expert Dr. Ed Kasper with regards to his approach to the new onset heart failure patient. This episode is dedicated to Dr. Kasper's mentor and friend, Dr. Kenneth L. Baughman.



    Dr. Edward K. Kasper, is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins University with a B.A. in Natural Sciences. He earned his M.D. at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. His internship and residency in Internal Medicine and assistant chief of service (ACS) of the Thayer service as well as his fellowship in Cardiology, were completed at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he then joined the faculty in 1993. He is currently the E. Cowles Andrus Professor of Cardiology and Director of Clinical Cardiology at Johns Hopkins Medicine.



    Show page: https://www.cardionerds.com/heart-failure-awareness-cardionerds-series/

    • 28 min
    11. HF part 0: Preamble and tribute to Dr. David Taylor​

    11. HF part 0: Preamble and tribute to Dr. David Taylor​

    In conjunction with the 2020 Heart Failure Awareness Week, sponsored by the Heart Failure Society of America the CardioNerds are supporting the society’s efforts to promote heart failure awareness, patient education, and heart failure prevention by launching our Heart Failure Awareness CardioNerds Series. 



    This series is a tribute to Dr. David Taylor. Dr. Taylor was a heart failure attending at the Cleveland Clinic.  He died early morning of Thursday, February 6th 2020.  We remember him for the legend he is. A passionate clinician, skilled educator, devoted mentor.



    Series page: https://www.cardionerds.com/heart-failure-awareness-cardionerds-series/

    • 56 min
    10. Cardiac amyloid part 4: Pulse check with Dr. Ronald (Ron) Witteles

    10. Cardiac amyloid part 4: Pulse check with Dr. Ronald (Ron) Witteles

    Amit and Dr. Ashley Bock learn more about cardiac amyloidosis directly from Dr. Ron Witteles from Stanford. This episode is the fourth and final part of our immersive journey into the jungle of beta-pleated sheets in the heart. Flutter moment by Lois Adamski.

    Schematic and show notes: https://www.cardionerds.com/cardiac-amyloid/





    Dr. Ronald Witteles is a graduate of Northwestern University where he earned his B.A. in Biology, and of the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, where he earned his M.D. with Honors. He then moved west to Stanford University where he completed IM residency and Cardiology fellowship training, serving as both Chief Resident and Chief Fellow. He subsequently joined the faculty at Stanford, and is currently appointed as Professor of Medicine (Cardiovascular Medicine). He has served as Program Director for the Stanford University Internal Medicine Residency Training Program for more than 10 years, where he leads a residency program of approximately 140 residents. He is Co-Director of the Stanford Amyloid Center – one of the nation’s largest centers in the country which specializes in the treatment of patients with amyloidosis, and he leads an active research program in this area. He also serves as Co-Director of the Stanford Multidisciplinary Sarcoidosis Program, and he is a national leader in Cardio-Oncology, serving as Associate Editor for the country’s premier journal dedicated to the field, JACC: CardioOncology.

    • 50 min
    9. Cardiac Amyloid part 3: Pulse check with Drs. Virginia Hahn and Joban Vaishnav ​

    9. Cardiac Amyloid part 3: Pulse check with Drs. Virginia Hahn and Joban Vaishnav ​

    Dan and Carine chat with Dr. Virginia Hahn about her work profiling HFpEF patients via endomyocardial biopsy only to find a significant proportion of patients with unsuspected cardiac amyloid. This is followed by a high yield discussion with Dr. Joban Vaishnav about ATTR cardiac amyloid treatment and management options. Flutter moment by David Ambinder (MS IV). 

    Show notes and schematic: https://www.cardionerds.com/cardiac-amyloid/

    • 42 min

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