The Radcliffe Cardiology Podcast
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The Radcliffe Cardiology Podcast

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The Radcliffe Cardiology Podcast brings you the latest advancements, research and best practices in the field of cardiology. Each episode features expert insights and engaging discussions with leading healthcare professionals, covering a breadth of topics in cardiovascular science.

Our podcast aims to build on the best science, with key takeaways from the top cardiology conferences and recent publications from our journals.

 


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Ep 3: Atrial Fibrillation in Congenital Heart Disease
EP3 • Nov 30, 2021 • 16m 52s
Did you know that atrial arrhythmias are the most common complication in adults with congenital heart disease?

Dr Irene Martin de Miguel (Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón, Madrid, Spain) joins us in this featured author episode to outline her recent review article, Atrial Fibrillation in Congenital Heart Disease. In this podcast, Dr de Miguel provides an overview of the current knowledge of AF in CHD, giving practical recommendations for your everyday practice.
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Ep 2: Prognostication of patients with coronary stenoses: pre-and post-PCI
EP02 • Oct 29, 2021 • 20m 38s
Is there enough evidence to support the prognostic value of coronary physiology measurements in pre-and post-PCI settings? Is post-PCI FFR ready for clinical practice?

Today's episode features co-hosts Dr Peter Ong and Dr Andreas Seitz (Robert-Bosch Hospital, Stuttgart, DE) who together summarise the main results from the TARGET FFR and DEFINE-FLOW trials that were presented at TCT Connect 2020 and published recently in ECR journal, in the context of the existing literature.
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Ep 1: Women and Heart Disease
EP1 • Oct 01, 2021 • 44m 44s
Did you know that CV disease is the leading cause of death in women and that women are more likely to die of heart disease compared to men? Dr Erin Michos (John Hopkins Uni, US) and Dr Martha Gulati (Uni of Arizona, US) join us on the inaugural episode of the ECR podcast series to discuss issues surrounding women in heart disease. Together they explore a variety of topics that are addressed in the latest special focus issue in the European cardiology Review journal.
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View from the Thoraxcenter: EuroPCR 24 Preview
EP33 • May 07, 2024 • 26m 3s
Join interventional experts, Prof Nicolas Van Mieghem and Dr Joost Daemen from Erasmus MC's Thoraxcenter for an insightful preview of the late-breaking science data to look out for at the 2024 EuroPCR meeting.
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View from the Thoraxcenter: ACC.24 Wrap Up
EP32 • Apr 15, 2024 • 43m 48s
Join Prof Nicolas Van Mieghem and Dr Joost Daemen from Erasmus MC, Rotterdam for a deep dive into the late-breaking data presented at ACC.24.
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ACC.24 Late-breaking Science Preview
EP31 • Mar 25, 2024 • 28m 10s
What’s hot at ACC.24?

Join interventional experts, Prof Nicolas Van Mieghem and Dr Joost Daemen (Thoraxcenter, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, NL) to learn more about this year’s key late-breaking and featured science trials that have the potential to shape practice and research.
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VHPSD versus Conventional Catheter Ablation in AF
EP30 • Dec 14, 2023 • 29m 53s
In this episode of the Radcliffe Podcast, we are joined by Dr Raymond Pranata, Dr Mohammad Iqbal and Dr Giky Karwiky (Hasan Sadikin General Hospital, Bandung, Indonesia) as they discuss their recently published systematic review and meta-analysis of very-high-power short-duration ablation as compared to conventional ablation for the treatment of pulmonary vein isolation in atrial fibrillation.
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View from the Thoraxcenter: AHA 23 Wrap Up
EP29 • Nov 20, 2023 • 23m 14s
Join Prof Nicolas Van Mieghem and Dr Joost Daemen (Thoraxcentre, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, NL) as they review the latest late-breaking science data from AHA Scientific Sessions 2023.
They interpret the evidence from five key trials, providing context, asking thought-provoking questions to translate the data into key take-home messages for practice and research.
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