COVID-19: Early Insights into Cardiovascular Issues
- Introduction: Lars Svensson, MD, PhD, Venu Menon, MD
- Case Presentation: Amit Goyal, MD
- Myocardial Injury in COVID-19: Insights from Troponin: Venu Menon, MD
- Therapeutics of COVID-19 Induced Myocardial Injury: What we know and what we don’t: Paul Cremer, MD
- The Relationship Between STEMI and Viral Infection: Grant Reed, MD
- Ventilator Management of COVID-19: What we know and what we don’t: Penelope Rampersad, MD
- Mechanical Circulatory Support in COVID-19: When and what outcomes?: Edward Soltesz, MD
- COVID: The Initial Non ICU Cleveland Clinic Experience: Daniel Cantillon, MD
- Cleveland Clinic COVID-19 Registry: Mina Chung, MD
- Identify cardiovascular risks and treatment options for patients with COVID-19
- Assess ventilation support and management
- Discuss mechanical circulatory support strategies
This online series is designed for physicians, allied health practitioners and students interested in complex cardiovascular and thoracic conditions
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