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Hrs/Ehra/Aphrs/Lahrs/Acc/Aha Worldwide Practice Update For Telehealth And Arrhythmia Monitoring During And After A Pandemic., N. Varma, N. F. Marrouche, L. Aguinaga, C. M. Albert, E. Arbelo, J. Choi, M. K. Chung, G. Conte, L. M. Epstein, P. D. Varosy, +13 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Hrs/Ehra/Aphrs/Lahrs/Acc/Aha Worldwide Practice Update For Telehealth And Arrhythmia Monitoring During And After A Pandemic., N. Varma, N. F. Marrouche, L. Aguinaga, C. M. Albert, E. Arbelo, J. Choi, M. K. Chung, G. Conte, L. M. Epstein, P. D. Varosy, +13 Additional Authors

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Reduction In St-Segment Elevation Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory Activations In The United States During Covid-19 Pandemic, S. Garcia, M. S. Albaghdadi, P. M. Meraj, C. Schmidt, R. Garberich, F. A. Jaffer, S. Dixon, J. J. Rade, M. Tannenbaum, T. D. Henry, +2 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Reduction In St-Segment Elevation Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory Activations In The United States During Covid-19 Pandemic, S. Garcia, M. S. Albaghdadi, P. M. Meraj, C. Schmidt, R. Garberich, F. A. Jaffer, S. Dixon, J. J. Rade, M. Tannenbaum, T. D. Henry, +2 Additional Authors

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The Covid-19 Pandemic And Acute Aortic Dissections In New York: A Matter Of Public Health., I. El-Hamamsy, D. R. Brinster, J. J. Derose, L. N. Girardi, K. Hisamoto, M. N. Imam, S. Itagaki, P. A. Kurlansky, C. Lau, H. Takayama, +3 Additional Authors Jan 2020

The Covid-19 Pandemic And Acute Aortic Dissections In New York: A Matter Of Public Health., I. El-Hamamsy, D. R. Brinster, J. J. Derose, L. N. Girardi, K. Hisamoto, M. N. Imam, S. Itagaki, P. A. Kurlansky, C. Lau, H. Takayama, +3 Additional Authors

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Multifocal Extracranial Mycotic Aneurysms In A Patient With Endocarditis, A. M. Spring, M. A. Catalano, B. F. Farber, K. V. Krishnasastry, P. J. Yu Jan 2020

Multifocal Extracranial Mycotic Aneurysms In A Patient With Endocarditis, A. M. Spring, M. A. Catalano, B. F. Farber, K. V. Krishnasastry, P. J. Yu

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© 2020 This report describes the case of a 44-year-old man with Streptococcus gallolyticus (formerly S. bovis) endocarditis requiring surgical mitral valve replacement who developed multifocal extracranial mycotic aneurysms after the resolution of infection.


The Effect Of Chloroquine, Hydroxychloroquine And Azithromycin On The Corrected Qt Interval In Patients With Sars-Cov-2 Infection, M. Saleh, J. Gabriels, D. Chang, B. S. Kim, A. Mansoor, E. Mahmood, P. Makker, H. Ismail, B. Goldner, J. Willner, S. Beldner, R. Mitra, R. John, J. Chinitz, N. Skipitaris, S. Mountantonakis, L. M. Epstein Jan 2020

The Effect Of Chloroquine, Hydroxychloroquine And Azithromycin On The Corrected Qt Interval In Patients With Sars-Cov-2 Infection, M. Saleh, J. Gabriels, D. Chang, B. S. Kim, A. Mansoor, E. Mahmood, P. Makker, H. Ismail, B. Goldner, J. Willner, S. Beldner, R. Mitra, R. John, J. Chinitz, N. Skipitaris, S. Mountantonakis, L. M. Epstein

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Background - The novel SARs-CoV-2 coronavirus is responsible for the global COVID-19 pandemic. Small studies have shown a potential benefit of chloroquine/hydroxychloroquine ± azithromycin for the treatment of COVID-19. Use of these medications alone, or in combination, can lead to a prolongation of the QT interval, possibly increasing the risk of Torsade de pointes (TdP) and sudden cardiac death. Methods - Hospitalized patients treated with chloroquine/hydroxychloroquine ± azithromycin from March 1st through the 23rd at three hospitals within the Northwell Health system were included in this prospective, observational study. Serial assessments of the QT interval were performed. The primary outcome was QT ...


Feasibility Of Radiofrequency Catheter Ablation In A Patient With Deep Brain Stimulators, M. Grabie, J. Gabriels, K. Xiang, C. S. Elayi, J. N. Makaryus, J. N. Catanzaro Jan 2020

Feasibility Of Radiofrequency Catheter Ablation In A Patient With Deep Brain Stimulators, M. Grabie, J. Gabriels, K. Xiang, C. S. Elayi, J. N. Makaryus, J. N. Catanzaro

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A Comparison Of Existing Risk Prediction Models In Patients Undergoing Venoarterial Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation, B. Worku, M. Gaudino, D. Avgerinos, K. Ramasubbu, I. Gambardella, I. Gulkarov, S. Khin Jan 2020

A Comparison Of Existing Risk Prediction Models In Patients Undergoing Venoarterial Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation, B. Worku, M. Gaudino, D. Avgerinos, K. Ramasubbu, I. Gambardella, I. Gulkarov, S. Khin

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© 2020 The Author(s) Background: Patients undergoing consideration for venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (VA-ECMO) require an immediate risk profile assessment in the setting of incomplete information. A number of survival prediction models for critically ill patients and patients undergoing elective cardiac surgery or institution of VA-ECMO support have been designed. We assess the ability of these models to predict outcomes in a cohort of patients undergoing institution of VA-ECMO for cardiogenic shock or cardiac arrest. Methods: Fifty-one patients undergoing institution of VA-ECMO support were retrospectively analyzed. APACHE II, SOFA, SAPS II, Encourage, SAVE, and ACEF scores were calculated. Their ability ...


Management Of Elective Aortic Valve Replacement Over The Long Term In The Era Of Covid-19, C. Basman, C. A. Kliger, L. Pirelli, S. J. Scheinerman Jan 2020

Management Of Elective Aortic Valve Replacement Over The Long Term In The Era Of Covid-19, C. Basman, C. A. Kliger, L. Pirelli, S. J. Scheinerman

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Use Of Teledermatology By Dermatology Hospitalists Is Effective In The Diagnosis And Management Of Inpatient Disease., C. K. Gabel, E. Nguyen, R. Karmouta, K. J. Liu, G. Zhou, A. Alloo, R. Arakaki, Y. Balagula, V. R. Sharon, Daniela Kroshinsky, +25 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Use Of Teledermatology By Dermatology Hospitalists Is Effective In The Diagnosis And Management Of Inpatient Disease., C. K. Gabel, E. Nguyen, R. Karmouta, K. J. Liu, G. Zhou, A. Alloo, R. Arakaki, Y. Balagula, V. R. Sharon, Daniela Kroshinsky, +25 Additional Authors

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BACKGROUND:Patient outcomes are improved when dermatologists provide inpatient consults. Inpatient access to dermatologists is limited, illustrating an opportunity to utilize teledermatology. Little is known about the ability of dermatologists to accurately diagnose and manage inpatients using teledermatology, particularly utilizing non-dermatologist generated clinical data. METHODS:This prospective study assessed the ability of teledermatology to diagnose and manage 41 dermatology consults from a large urban tertiary care center utilizing internal medicine referral documentation and photos. Twenty-seven dermatology hospitalists were surveyed. Interrater agreement was assessed by the kappa statistic. RESULTS:There was substantial agreement between in-person and teledermatology assessment of the diagnosis ...


Mechanical, Team-Focused, Video-Reviewed Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Improves Return Of Spontaneous Circulation After Emergency Department Implementation, D. M. Rolston, T. Li, C. Owens, G. Haddad, T. J. Palmieri, V. Blinder, J. L. Wolff, M. Cassara, Q. Zhou, L. B. Becker Jan 2020

Mechanical, Team-Focused, Video-Reviewed Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Improves Return Of Spontaneous Circulation After Emergency Department Implementation, D. M. Rolston, T. Li, C. Owens, G. Haddad, T. J. Palmieri, V. Blinder, J. L. Wolff, M. Cassara, Q. Zhou, L. B. Becker

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Management Of Acute Myocardial Infarction During The Covid-19 Pandemic., E. Mahmud, H. L. Dauerman, F. G. Welt, J. C. Messenger, S. V. Rao, C. Grines, A. Mattu, R. Jauhar, P. Meraj, T. D. Henry, +3 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Management Of Acute Myocardial Infarction During The Covid-19 Pandemic., E. Mahmud, H. L. Dauerman, F. G. Welt, J. C. Messenger, S. V. Rao, C. Grines, A. Mattu, R. Jauhar, P. Meraj, T. D. Henry, +3 Additional Authors

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The worldwide pandemic caused by the novel acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV2) has resulted in a new and lethal disease termed coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Although there is an association between cardiovascular disease and COVID-19, the majority of patients who need cardiovascular care for the management of ischemic heart disease may not be infected with COVID-19. The objective of this document is to provide recommendations for a systematic approach for the care of patients with an acute myocardial infarction (AMI) during the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a recognition of two major challenges in providing recommendations for AMI care in ...


European Heart Rhythm Association (Ehra) International Consensus Document On How To Prevent, Diagnose, And Treat Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device Infections - Endorsed By The Heart Rhythm Society (Hrs), The Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society (Aphrs), The Latin American Heart Rhythm Society (Lahrs), International Society For Cardiovascular Infectious Diseases (Iscvid) And The European Society Of Clinical Microbiology And Infectious Diseases (Escmid) In Collaboration With The European Association For Cardio-Thoracic Surgery (Eacts), C. Blomström-Lundqvist, V. Traykov, P. A. Erba, H. Burri, J. C. Nielsen, M. G. Bongiorni, J. Poole, G. Boriani, L. M. Epstein, E. Mangoni, +10 Additional Authors Jan 2020

European Heart Rhythm Association (Ehra) International Consensus Document On How To Prevent, Diagnose, And Treat Cardiac Implantable Electronic Device Infections - Endorsed By The Heart Rhythm Society (Hrs), The Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society (Aphrs), The Latin American Heart Rhythm Society (Lahrs), International Society For Cardiovascular Infectious Diseases (Iscvid) And The European Society Of Clinical Microbiology And Infectious Diseases (Escmid) In Collaboration With The European Association For Cardio-Thoracic Surgery (Eacts), C. Blomström-Lundqvist, V. Traykov, P. A. Erba, H. Burri, J. C. Nielsen, M. G. Bongiorni, J. Poole, G. Boriani, L. M. Epstein, E. Mangoni, +10 Additional Authors

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© 2019 The Author(s). Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the European Society of Cardiology. Pacemakers, implantable cardiac defibrillators, and cardiac resynchronization therapy devices are potentially life-saving treatments for a number of cardiac conditions, but are not without risk. Most concerning is the risk of a cardiac implantable electronic device (CIED) infection, which is associated with significant morbidity, increased hospitalizations, reduced survival, and increased healthcare costs. Recommended preventive strategies such as administration of intravenous antibiotics before implantation are well recognized. Uncertainties have remained about the role of various preventive, diagnostic, and treatment measures such as skin antiseptics, pocket ...


Hrs/Ehra/Aphrs/Lahrs/Acc/Aha Worldwide Practice Update For Telehealth And Arrhythmia Monitoring During And After A Pandemic., N. Varma, N. F. Marrouche, L. Aguinaga, C. M. Albert, E. Arbelo, J. Choi, M. K. Chung, G. Conte, L. M. Epstein, P. D. Varosy, +13 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Hrs/Ehra/Aphrs/Lahrs/Acc/Aha Worldwide Practice Update For Telehealth And Arrhythmia Monitoring During And After A Pandemic., N. Varma, N. F. Marrouche, L. Aguinaga, C. M. Albert, E. Arbelo, J. Choi, M. K. Chung, G. Conte, L. M. Epstein, P. D. Varosy, +13 Additional Authors

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Hrs/Ehra/Aphrs/Lahrs/Acc/Aha Worldwide Practice Update For Telehealth And Arrhythmia Monitoring During And After A Pandemic., N. Varma, N. F. Marrouche, L. Aguinaga, C. M. Albert, E. Arbelo, J. Choi, M. K. Chung, G. Conte, L. M. Epstein, P. D. Varosy, +13 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Hrs/Ehra/Aphrs/Lahrs/Acc/Aha Worldwide Practice Update For Telehealth And Arrhythmia Monitoring During And After A Pandemic., N. Varma, N. F. Marrouche, L. Aguinaga, C. M. Albert, E. Arbelo, J. Choi, M. K. Chung, G. Conte, L. M. Epstein, P. D. Varosy, +13 Additional Authors

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Ultrasound On The Frontlines Of Covid-19: Report From An International Webinar, R. B. Liu, V. S. Tayal, N. L. Panebianco, Y. Tung-Chen, A. Nagdev, S. Shah, E. Pivetta, P. C. Henwood, M. J. Nelson, C. L. Moore Jan 2020

Ultrasound On The Frontlines Of Covid-19: Report From An International Webinar, R. B. Liu, V. S. Tayal, N. L. Panebianco, Y. Tung-Chen, A. Nagdev, S. Shah, E. Pivetta, P. C. Henwood, M. J. Nelson, C. L. Moore

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Idiopathic Bilateral Internal Jugular Vein Thrombosis Diagnosed By Point-Of-Care Ultrasound., V. M. Aquino-Jose, J. Johnson, T. Dulani Jan 2020

Idiopathic Bilateral Internal Jugular Vein Thrombosis Diagnosed By Point-Of-Care Ultrasound., V. M. Aquino-Jose, J. Johnson, T. Dulani

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Internal jugular vein (IJV) thrombosis is an unusual condition, especially when it develops bilaterally. This is a case of bilateral IJV thrombosis in a 77-year old female who presented to the emergency department with neck and arm swelling after discontinuing apixaban and undergoing an oropharyngeal procedure. The diagnosis of bilateral IJV thrombosis was made with the use of point-of-care ultrasound to evaluate bilateral jugular vein distention and bilateral upper extremity pitting edema found on her physical examination.


Author Correction: Caspase-11 Signaling Enhances Graft-Versus-Host Disease (Nature Communications, (2019), 10, 1, (4044), 10.1038/S41467-019-11895-2), Y. Lu, R. Meng, X. Wang, Y. Xu, Y. Tang, J. Wu, Q. Xue, S. Yu, H. Wang, B. Lu, +6 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Author Correction: Caspase-11 Signaling Enhances Graft-Versus-Host Disease (Nature Communications, (2019), 10, 1, (4044), 10.1038/S41467-019-11895-2), Y. Lu, R. Meng, X. Wang, Y. Xu, Y. Tang, J. Wu, Q. Xue, S. Yu, H. Wang, B. Lu, +6 Additional Authors

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© 2020, The Author(s). In the original version of this Article, the following author affiliations were inadvertently switched. Affiliation of Qingde Wang and Timothy R. Billiar should be: “Department of Surgery, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 15213 USA”. Haichao Wang's affiliation should be: “The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, Northwell Health, 350 Community Drive, Manhasset, NY11030, USA”. The errors have been corrected in the HTML and PDF versions of this article.


Erratum: Assessment Of Physician Well-Being, Part Two: Beyond Burnout (Western Journal Of Emergency Medicine (2019) 20:2 (291-304) Doi: 10.5811/Westjem.2019.1.39666), M. D. Lall, T. J. Gaeta, A. S. Chung, S. A. Chinai, M. Garg, A. Husain, C. Kanter, S. Khandelwal, C. S. Rublee, N. T. Himelfarb, +3 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Erratum: Assessment Of Physician Well-Being, Part Two: Beyond Burnout (Western Journal Of Emergency Medicine (2019) 20:2 (291-304) Doi: 10.5811/Westjem.2019.1.39666), M. D. Lall, T. J. Gaeta, A. S. Chung, S. A. Chinai, M. Garg, A. Husain, C. Kanter, S. Khandelwal, C. S. Rublee, N. T. Himelfarb, +3 Additional Authors

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© 2020 eScholarship. All rights reserved. Part One of this two-article series reviews assessment tools to measure burnout and other negative states. Physician well-being goes beyond merely the absence of burnout. Transient episodes of burnout are to be expected. Measuring burnout alone is shortsighted. Well-being includes being challenged, thriving, and achieving success in various aspects of personal and professional life. In this second part of the series, we identify and describe assessment tools related to wellness, quality of life, resilience, coping skills, and other positive states.


Ultrasound Identification Of Retrobulbar Hematomas By Emergency Physicians In A Cadaveric Model, E. Carlin, A. Palmieri, T. Bajaj, M. Nelson Jan 2020

Ultrasound Identification Of Retrobulbar Hematomas By Emergency Physicians In A Cadaveric Model, E. Carlin, A. Palmieri, T. Bajaj, M. Nelson

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Copyright: © 2020 Carlin et al. This is an open access article distributed in accordance with the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0) License. See: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Introduction: Retrobulbar hemorrhage (RBH) is a rare complication of facial trauma that can lead to dangerous orbital compartment pressures and must be rapidly recognized to prevent permanent vision loss. Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) offers a rapid modality for evaluating a wide variety of ocular pathologies, and prior case reports demonstrate the ability of clinicians to recognize RBH using ultrasound. This study aimed to assess the ability ...


Public Knowledge And Attitudes Towards Bystander Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (Cpr) In Ghana, West Africa., M. Anto-Ocrah, N. Maxwell, J. Cushman, E. Acheampong, R. Kodam, C. Homan, T. Li Jan 2020

Public Knowledge And Attitudes Towards Bystander Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (Cpr) In Ghana, West Africa., M. Anto-Ocrah, N. Maxwell, J. Cushman, E. Acheampong, R. Kodam, C. Homan, T. Li

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES:Early bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is one of the most important predictors of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) survival. There is a dearth of literature on CPR engagement in countries such as Ghana, where cardiovascular events are increasingly prevalent. In this study, we sought to evaluate Ghanaians' knowledge of and attitudes towards bystander CPR, in the context of the country's nascent emergency medicine network. METHODS:Capitalizing on the growing ubiquity and use of social media across the country, we used a novel social media sampling strategy for this study. We created, pre-tested, and distributed an online survey ...


Targeting Inflammation Driven By Hmgb1, H. Yang, H. Wang, U. Andersson Jan 2020

Targeting Inflammation Driven By Hmgb1, H. Yang, H. Wang, U. Andersson

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© Copyright © 2020 Yang, Wang and Andersson. High mobility group box 1 (HMGB1) is a highly conserved, nuclear protein present in all cell types. It is a multi-facet protein exerting functions both inside and outside of cells. Extracellular HMGB1 has been extensively studied for its prototypical alarmin functions activating innate immunity, after being actively released from cells or passively released upon cell death. TLR4 and RAGE operate as the main HMGB1 receptors. Disulfide HMGB1 activates the TLR4 complex by binding to MD-2. The binding site is separate from that of LPS and it is now feasible to specifically interrupt HMGB1/TLR4 ...


Potential Impacts Of A Novel Integrated Extracorporeal-Cpr Workflow Using An Interventional Radiology And Immediate Whole-Body Computed Tomography System In The Emergency Department, K. Hayashida, T. Kinoshita, K. Yamakawa, S. J. Miyara, L. B. Becker, S. Fujimi Jan 2020

Potential Impacts Of A Novel Integrated Extracorporeal-Cpr Workflow Using An Interventional Radiology And Immediate Whole-Body Computed Tomography System In The Emergency Department, K. Hayashida, T. Kinoshita, K. Yamakawa, S. J. Miyara, L. B. Becker, S. Fujimi

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Extracorporeal cardiopulmonary resuscitation (ECPR) can be associated with increased survival and neurologic benefits in selected patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA). However, there remains insufficient evidence to recommend the routine use of ECPR for patients with OHCA. A novel integrated trauma workflow concept that utilizes a sliding computed tomography (CT) scanner and interventional radiology (IR) system, named a hybrid emergency room system (HERS), allowing emergency therapeutic interventions and CT examination without relocating trauma patients, has recently evolved in Japan. HERS can drastically shorten the ECPR implementation time and more quickly facilitate definitive interventions than the conventional advanced cardiovascular life support ...


Time To Intra-Arrest Therapeutic Hypothermia In Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients And Its Association With Neurologic Outcome: A Propensity Matched Sub-Analysis Of The Princess Trial, A. Awad, F. S. Taccone, M. Jonsson, S. Forsberg, J. Hollenberg, A. Truhlar, M. Ringh, B. S. Abella, L. B. Becker, P. Nordberg, +2 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Time To Intra-Arrest Therapeutic Hypothermia In Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients And Its Association With Neurologic Outcome: A Propensity Matched Sub-Analysis Of The Princess Trial, A. Awad, F. S. Taccone, M. Jonsson, S. Forsberg, J. Hollenberg, A. Truhlar, M. Ringh, B. S. Abella, L. B. Becker, P. Nordberg, +2 Additional Authors

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© 2020, The Author(s). Purpose: To study the association between early initiation of intra-arrest therapeutic hypothermia and neurologic outcome in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Methods: A prespecified sub-analysis of the PRINCESS trial (NCT01400373) that randomized 677 bystander-witnessed cardiac arrests to transnasal evaporative intra-arrest cooling initiated by emergency medical services or cooling started after hospital arrival. Early cooling (intervention) was defined as intra-arrest cooling initiated < 20 min from collapse (i.e., ≤ median time to cooling in PRINCESS). Propensity score matching established comparable control patients. Primary outcome was favorable neurologic outcome, Cerebral Performance Category (CPC) 1–2 at 90 days. Complete recovery (CPC 1) was among secondary outcomes. Results: In total, 300 patients were analyzed and the proportion with CPC 1–2 at 90 days was 35/150 (23.3%) in the intervention group versus 24/150 (16%) in the control group, odds ratio (OR) 1.92, 95% confidence interval (CI) 0.95–3.85, p =.07. In patients with shockable rhythm, CPC 1–2 was 29/57 (50.9%) versus 17/57 (29.8%), OR 3.25, 95%, CI 1.06–9.97, p =.04. The proportion with CPC 1 at 90 days was 31/150 (20.7%) in the intervention group and 17/150 (11.3%) in controls, OR 2.27, 95% CI 1.12–4.62, p =.02. In patients with shockable rhythms, the proportion with CPC 1 was 27/57 (47.4%) versus 12/57 (21.1%), OR 5.33, 95% CI 1.55–18.3, p =.008. Conclusions: In the whole study population, intra-arrest cooling initiated < 20 min from collapse compared to cooling initiated at hospital was not associated with improved favorable neurologic outcome. In the subgroup with shockable rhythms, early cooling was associated with improved favorable outcome and complete recovery.


Interim Guidance For Basic And Advanced Life Support In Adults, Children, And Neonates With Suspected Or Confirmed Covid-19: From The Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee And Get With The Guidelines®-Resuscitation Adult And Pediatric Task Forces Of The American Heart Association In Collaboration With The American Academy Of Pediatrics, American Association For Respiratory Care, American College Of Emergency Physicians, The Society Of Critical Care Anesthesiologists, And American Society Of Anesthesiologists: Supporting Organizations: American Association Of Critical Care Nurses And National Ems Physicians., D. P. Edelson, C. Sasson, P. S. Chan, D. L. Atkins, K. Aziz, L. B. Becker, R. A. Berg, S. M. Bradley, S. C. Brooks, A. Topjian, +17 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Interim Guidance For Basic And Advanced Life Support In Adults, Children, And Neonates With Suspected Or Confirmed Covid-19: From The Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee And Get With The Guidelines®-Resuscitation Adult And Pediatric Task Forces Of The American Heart Association In Collaboration With The American Academy Of Pediatrics, American Association For Respiratory Care, American College Of Emergency Physicians, The Society Of Critical Care Anesthesiologists, And American Society Of Anesthesiologists: Supporting Organizations: American Association Of Critical Care Nurses And National Ems Physicians., D. P. Edelson, C. Sasson, P. S. Chan, D. L. Atkins, K. Aziz, L. B. Becker, R. A. Berg, S. M. Bradley, S. C. Brooks, A. Topjian, +17 Additional Authors

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Gut Microbiota-Derived Indole 3-Propionic Acid Protects Against Radiation Toxicity Via Retaining Acyl-Coa-Binding Protein, H. W. Xiao, M. Cui, Y. Li, J. L. Dong, S. Q. Zhang, C. C. Zhu, M. Jiang, T. Zhu, H. C. Wang, S. J. Fan, +1 Additional Author Jan 2020

Gut Microbiota-Derived Indole 3-Propionic Acid Protects Against Radiation Toxicity Via Retaining Acyl-Coa-Binding Protein, H. W. Xiao, M. Cui, Y. Li, J. L. Dong, S. Q. Zhang, C. C. Zhu, M. Jiang, T. Zhu, H. C. Wang, S. J. Fan, +1 Additional Author

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© 2020 The Author(s). Background: We have proved fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is an efficacious remedy to mitigate acute radiation syndrome (ARS); however, the mechanisms remain incompletely characterized. Here, we aimed to tease apart the gut microbiota-produced metabolites, underpin the therapeutic effects of FMT to radiation injuries, and elucidate the underlying molecular mechanisms. Results: FMT elevated the level of microbial-derived indole 3-propionic acid (IPA) in fecal pellets from irradiated mice. IPA replenishment via oral route attenuated hematopoietic system and gastrointestinal (GI) tract injuries intertwined with radiation exposure without precipitating tumor growth in male and female mice. Specifically, IPA-treated mice represented ...


The Role Of Type 1 Interferons In Coagulation Induced By Gram-Negative Bacteria, X. Yang, X. Cheng, Y. Tang, X. Qiu, Z. Wang, G. Fu, J. Wu, H. Kang, H. Wang, B. Lu, +4 Additional Authors Jan 2020

The Role Of Type 1 Interferons In Coagulation Induced By Gram-Negative Bacteria, X. Yang, X. Cheng, Y. Tang, X. Qiu, Z. Wang, G. Fu, J. Wu, H. Kang, H. Wang, B. Lu, +4 Additional Authors

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Inpatient Use Of Mobile Continuous Telemetry For Covid-19 Patients Treated With Hydroxychloroquine And Azithromycin, J. Gabriels, M. Saleh, D. Chang, L. M. Epstein Jan 2020

Inpatient Use Of Mobile Continuous Telemetry For Covid-19 Patients Treated With Hydroxychloroquine And Azithromycin, J. Gabriels, M. Saleh, D. Chang, L. M. Epstein

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Inpatient Use Of Ambulatory Telemetry Monitors For Covid-19 Patients Treated With Hydroxychloroquine And/Or Azithromycin, D. Chang, M. Saleh, J. Gabriels, H. Ismail, B. Goldner, J. Willner, S. Beldner, R. Mitra, R. John, L. M. Epstein Jan 2020

Inpatient Use Of Ambulatory Telemetry Monitors For Covid-19 Patients Treated With Hydroxychloroquine And/Or Azithromycin, D. Chang, M. Saleh, J. Gabriels, H. Ismail, B. Goldner, J. Willner, S. Beldner, R. Mitra, R. John, L. M. Epstein

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Impact Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Training In The New York Metropolitan Area: A Perspective From The United States Epicenter, T. Gupta, T. M. Nazif, T. P. Vahl, H. Ahmad, A. E. Bortnick, R. Jauhar, R. Kandov, M. Kim, A. Lee, S. Kodali, +11 Additional Authors Jan 2020

Impact Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Training In The New York Metropolitan Area: A Perspective From The United States Epicenter, T. Gupta, T. M. Nazif, T. P. Vahl, H. Ahmad, A. E. Bortnick, R. Jauhar, R. Kandov, M. Kim, A. Lee, S. Kodali, +11 Additional Authors

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© 2020 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Background: The healthcare burden posed by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in the New York Metropolitan area has necessitated the postponement of elective procedures resulting in a marked reduction in cardiac catheterization laboratory (CCL) volumes with a potential to impact interventional cardiology (IC) fellowship training. Methods: We conducted a web-based survey sent electronically to 21 Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education accredited IC fellowship program directors (PDs) and their respective fellows. Results: Fourteen programs (67%) responded to the survey and all acknowledged a significant decrease in CCL procedural volumes. More than half of the PDs ...


Covid-19 Infection Unmasking Brugada Syndrome, D. Chang, M. Saleh, Y. Garcia-Bengo, E. Choi, L. Epstein, J. Willner Jan 2020

Covid-19 Infection Unmasking Brugada Syndrome, D. Chang, M. Saleh, Y. Garcia-Bengo, E. Choi, L. Epstein, J. Willner

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