Atrial Fibrillation Management

Dr. Troy Rhodes September 25th, 2020

Atrial Fibrillation

Overview of Atrial FibrillationMichael C. Giudici, MD, FACC, FACP, FHRS Atrial fibrillation affects  more than 3 million in the US with projected incidence of 7.56 million by 2050. It is an indipendent predictor for mortality, increases risk for thromboembolic events and reduces quality of life. Atrial fibrillation is caused by atrial electrophysical abnormalities, structural abnormalities […]


Internal Medicine Grand Rounds September 12, 2019 Cardiac MRI and the CardiomyopathiesMahi Ashwath, MD


Internal Medicine Grand Rounds Clinical Pathology Conference October 31, 2019CPC: Mechanical complications of STEMISidakpal Panaich, MBBS, Jon Thomason, MD (Molecular Genetics Fellow)

Aortic Valve Disease

Dr. Lindower February 2017 R2 Talk: Dr. Emily Nguyen, MD, PhD Mentor: Dr. Milena Gebska, MD, PhD <iframe src=”” height=”405″ width=”720″ style=”border: 1px solid #464646;” allowfullscreen allow=”autoplay”></iframe> Aortic Stenosis Definition: Valvular aortic stenosis is a progressive disease in which the end stage is characterized by obstruction of left ventricular outflow, resulting in inadequate cardiac output, […]


Dr. Muellerleile March 2017

Sudden Cardiac Death

Dr. Girotra March 2017

10 EKGs to Know

Presented by Troy Rhodes, MD, PhD Cardiac Electrophysiology July 20, 2020 Don Brown EKG Guide Fast and wide, not consistently. Look at lead 2, QRS is wide and different. Very pronounced in the precordial leads where the QRS has different degress of width. Fast, up to 300 beats per minute on some beats. This patient […]

Acute Coronary Syndrome

Lecture by Phillip A. Horwitz, MD July 2020 All forms of ACS (unstable angina, NSTEMI, and STEMI) are all due to reduction in coronary blood flow Incredibly common diagnosis. 1.6 million in US annually – Roughly 50% have UA and the other 50% have MI Standard therapy, they present to ED with chest pain. They […]

Non-Invasive Chest Pain Eval