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CARDIO INTERVIEWS
Cardio Interviews feature in depth 1 to 1 interviews by world experts in the field of cardiology. These educational videos showcase leading experts tackling current topics and controversial issues in medicine today. These interviews can be viewed by clicking on the relevant links below or using the category search form.
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2015-11-19
Dr Alexander Niessner speaks to Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about anticoagulants in atrial fibrillation and how to identify high risk patients during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK.
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2015-11-19
Prof Jean-Pierre Bassand speaks to Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about Garfield-AF registry: 2-year data during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK
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2015-11-10
Prof Juan Carlos Kaski and Dr Antonio Bayes de Luna speak with Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about inter-atrial block and the clinical implications of the Bayes Syndrome during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, …
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2015-11-10
Dr Noel Bairey-Merz speaks with Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about diagnosing angina and the key differences between men and women during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK Transcript form the Interview: What are the key …
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2015-10-30
Prof Antoni Martinez-Rubio speaks with Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about assessing risk of bleeding in patients with atrial fibrillation who require new oral anticoagulants (NOACs) during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK.  
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2015-10-30
Dr Giuseppe Rosano speaks with Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology the true advances in the treatment of heart failure during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK
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2015-10-30
Professor Filippo Crea speaks with Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about inflammation and coronary artery disease during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK
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2015-10-30
Professor Giuseppe Ambrosio speaks with Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about myocardial protection and the reperfusion injury during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK
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2015-10-16
Professor Hiroaki Shimokawa speaks with Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about ethnic differences in incidences of coronary artery spasm during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK.
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2015-10-16
Prof Udo Sechtem speaks with Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about coronary artery vasospasm in patients with angina pectoris during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK.  
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2015-10-08
Associate Professor Iana Simova speaks to Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about the non-invasive measurement of coronary flow reserve during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK.
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2015-10-08
  Professor Kausik Ray speaks to Cardio Debate and Radcliffe Cardiology about PCSK9 in the treatment of familial hypercholesterolaemia during the ESC Congress 2015 in London, UK.  
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2015-08-19 by Prof Juan Carlos Kaski
Professor Juan Carlos Kaski, Head of the Cardiovascular Sciences Research Centre, St George's University of London, UK, discusses microvascular angina for this Expert Opinion interview.                      
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2015-06-26 by Dr Rajan Sharma, Dr Ravi Patel
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2015-06-26 by Dr Rajan Sharma, Dr Ravi Patel
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2015-06-26 by Prof John Camm, Prof Juan Carlos Kaski
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2015-06-26 by Prof Juan Carlos Kaski, Dr Chris Arden
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2014-05-01 by Prof Juan Carlos Kaski, Dr Gillian Cockerill
HDL and atherosclerosis - the end of the road for therapeutic strategies that increase HDL?
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2014-05-01 by Prof Juan Carlos Kaski, Dr Ingrid Dumitriu
Cradio Debate talks with Prof Kaski and Dr Dumitriu from St George's, University of London, UK, on the topic of T lymphocytes.
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2012-11-08 by Prof Juan Carlos Kaski
Prof Kaski interviews Dr Luigi Gnudi, Head of Metabolic Unit in the Cardiovascular Division at King's College London, UK.
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2012-10-30
During the ESC2012, Munich, Germany, Professor Gregory Y.H Lip, from the University of Birmingham, UK and Chair of the Executive Committee of the ESC Atrial Fibrillation Registry General talks to the ISCP about the Atrial …
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2012-10-30
During a debate session on the second day of the ESC2012, Munich, Germany, the following question was raised: Is left atrial appendage (LAA) occlusion ready for widespread use in clinical practice? Whilst no one doubts …
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2012-10-30
Five new guidelines have been announced at the ESC2012, here Professor Ian Graham from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, talks about what’s new in the 2012 ESC Cardiovascular Prevention Guidelines. Lipoproteins: changing the way we manage CVD …
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2012-10-30
During the ESC 2012 in Munich, Germany, Professor Paul M. Ridker from Harvard Medical School, Boston, US, discussed the therapeutic implications of vascular inflammation, focusing on the CV reduction trials, including JUPITER, and two new …
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2012-10-30
Treating inflammatory diseases such as respiratory infections and early-onset rheumatoid arthritis (RA) reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. Professor Maite Kelm from the University of Dusseldorf, Germany, recommends that giving elderly patients the influenza vaccine …
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2012-10-30
Clinicians need greater understanding of vascular inflammation Understanding the mechanisms of inflammation will enable clinicians to better manage patients at risk of cardiovascular disease, as was discussed during the Vascular Inflammation symposium on the first day …
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2012-09-04
Five new guidelines have been announced at the ESC2012. Here Professor Ian Graham from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, talks about what’s new in the 2012 ESC Cardiovascular Prevention Guidelines. Lipoproteins: changing the way we manage CVD …
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2012-07-05
During the International Congress of the ISCP 2012, Dr Munir Pirmohamed from The University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK, presented the Neufeld Lecture – the lecture title being ‘Pharmacogenomics: Ready for use in clinical practice?’. Here, …
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2012-07-05
Dr Rao Kondapally, NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Cardiology, St George’s University of London, UK, describes the latest controversial findings on aspirin, including benefits in healthy patients and the possible anti-cancer effects of this drug. Although …
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2012-07-05
Professor Jay N. Cohn, Director of the Rasmussen Centre for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention at the University of Minnesota Medical School, Minnesota, USA, talks to Cardio-Debate about the ‘Unresolved Issues in the Search for Better Heart …
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