July 2, 2020

Circulation on the Run: Special COVID-19 Edition

Leslie T. Cooper, Jr., MD, Jacksonville, FL; Nicholas Mills, MBBS, Edinburgh,
Scotland; Sophie Susan, MD, PhD, Lille, France
Interviewers: Carolyn Lam, MD, Singapore; Greg Hundley, MD, Richmond, VA


With global recognition that patients with cardiovascular disease seem predisposed to severe COVID-19 syndrome, the American Heart Association decided to devote an entire extended episode of its Circulation on the Run podcast to many aspects of the pandemic. In this approximately 25-minute podcast panel discussion, cardiovascular experts from around the globe discuss a wide range of timely and vital topics, including the impact of COVID-19 on the heart, severe COVID-19 syndrome, acute COVID-19 cardiovascular syndrome, cytokine storm and cardiac function and more. The insightful online analysis is monitored by Carolyn Lam, MD, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore and Greg Hundley, MD, Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health, Richmond, VA. Circulation on the Run is a weekly podcast, summary and “backstage pass” to AHA’s scientific journal, Circulation, and its editors.

Circulation on the Run: Special COVID-19 Edition

Leslie T. Cooper, Jr., MD, Jacksonville, FL; Nicholas Mills, MBBS, Edinburgh,
Scotland; Sophie Susan, MD, PhD, Lille, France
Interviewers: Carolyn Lam, MD, Singapore; Greg Hundley, MD, Richmond, VA

LISTEN TO MORE LECTURES:

Post-Viral Olfactory Loss (PVOL): Insights in the
Age of the COVID-19 Pandemic ⟶

Facing COVID-19: Lessons Learned from Italy ⟶

The WHIP COVID-19 Study: The Use of Hydroxychloroquine as Prophylaxis for COVID-19 ⟶

Coding in the World of COVID-19: Non-Face-to-Face Evaluation and Management Care ⟶

COVID-19 and Anxiety: Actionable Tools for the Care Team ⟶

What is Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and What Doctors Need to Know ⟶


 


For more Coronavirus Resources & Tools from UpToDate and Ovid




ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

The World Health Organization (WHO) ⟶ 

WHO Daily Updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak ⟶


*This single lecture is not a CME activity.






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