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    Rosman Explains How Stress Could Be a Risk Factor For Stroke in Death of US Capitol Police Officer

    Experts are questioning the medical examiner’s ruling in U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick’s death during the Capitol riot. The medical examiners had not found any signs of blunt force trauma, but a stroke can follow a traumatic situation.

  • *Save the Date* 7th Annual Women’s Heart Symposium, April 15 – 16

    In North Carolina, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among women, with heart disease and stroke accounting for more than a quarter of all deaths. Education can help reverse this trend and is the core component of the Women’s Heart Symposium.

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    Remembering Dr. James “Buddy” Harper

    The UNC School of Medicine community is saddened to share that former cardiology colleague and friend, James R. “Buddy” Harper, MD, passed away March 8, 2021, in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Update: Read Dr. Harper’s obituary in The Pilot. Dr. James R. “Buddy” Harper touched the lives of generations of Tar Heels, from patients and colleagues to students and friends. Kathy Huffman F … Continued

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    Dr. Lindsey Rosman interviewed about COVID and remote monitoring of cardiac devices by Everyday Health

    To slow the spread of the coronavirus, clinics and hospitals encouraged patients to use telemedicine with live-video appointments called video visits. If you have an implantable medical device, remote monitoring allows your healthcare team to monitor your heart health and the function of your cardiac device without you having to be physically present.

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    Heart Awareness Month, Highlighting Cardiovascular Services and One Mission

    Medicine’s cardiovascular specialists care for thousands of patients every year, in clinic and in hospital, focused on one mission–exceptional heart care for the people of North Carolina while advancing the science and clinical practice of cardiovascular medicine. Following is a look at service highlights. Women’s Heart Program The UNC Women’s Heart Program provides clinic couns … Continued

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    UNC First to Earn Transcatheter Valve Certification (TAVR) in North Carolina

    The UNC Medical Center Heart Valve Clinic is the first TAVR center in North Carolina to become an American College of Cardiology (ACC) Certified TAVR Center of Excellence. TAVR (transcatheter aortic valve replacement) is a procedure to treat aortic stenosis, a type of heart valve disease, that does not require open-heart surgery. In 2019, the ACC began to offer TAVR certification … Continued

  • Fellows Match to the Department of Medicine

    While the pandemic made this year particularly challenging for fellowship recruitment efforts and interviews, a series of videos showing each program’s strengths was a creative solution, introducing viewers to faculty and current fellows, with a brief glimpse into what it might be like to join the program. And although it was impossible to replicate the experience of visiting in- … Continued

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    Recent Papers Published By the Division of Cardiology

    Following is a list of cardiology authors and their recently published papers: Lindsey Rosman, PhD, and Anil Gehi, MD, published “When Smartwatches Contribute to Health Anxiety in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation” in the Cardiovascular Digital Health Journal. Lindsey Rosman, PhD, and Anil Gehi, MD, also published “How to stay healthy and manage stress if you have a heart rhythm … Continued

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    Cardiology Team Publishes Case For Loeffler Endocarditis

    Brian P. Kelley, MD, an internal medicine resident, Casey Gazda, MD, a fellow in cardiology, and Joseph A. Siyak, MD, assistant professor in cardiology, published “Loeffler Endocarditis as a Manifestation of Paraneoplastic Hypereosinophilia” in a recent issue of CASE, Cardiovascular Imaging Case. Eosinophilic myocarditis (EM) represents a rare spectrum of heart disease that remai … Continued

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    Care Across the Lifespan: Introducing an ‘Inpatient Cardiology Consult for Adult Congenital Heart Disease’

    The new ‘Inpatient Cardiology Consult for Adult Congenital Heart Disease’ will follow patients with congenital defects and lead all inclusive care. UNC cardiologists ask that consults be made within 24 hours of admission. Coordinator Lunise Benjamin, DNP, NP-C, will be the main point of contact for the new program. As medical care and treatments advance, babies and children with … Continued