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In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we take a look at the association between influenza and myocardial infarction with Dr. Steven Schulman, director of the coronary care unit and cardiology fellowship program director at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dr. Rhanderson Cardoso, cardiology fellow at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Flutter moment by Euri Perio (RN).
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we shifted gears to meet the educational need as we all are learning more about the cardiovascular implications of SARS-CoV-2. On the CardioNerds COVID-19 series page, you will find our collection of podcast episodes, infographic, youtube videos, curated #Tweetorials, references, guest experts & contributors, flutter stars and so much more.
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Youtube video on QTc measurement
Dr. Steven Schulman graduated from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He fulfilled his training in internal medicine and chief residency, as well as completing his cardiology fellowship at Hopkins. Dr. Schulman is the director of the Coronary Care Unit (CCU) as well as the Cardiology Fellowship Program Director at Johns Hopkins. His main research interests include acute myocardial infarction. He has won numerous teaching awards from Hopkins residents and fellows over the years. While attending the CCU, Dr. Schulman teaches and guides the next generation of residents and fellows about acute cardiac care.
Dr. Rhanderson Cardoso graduated from medical school at the University of Goias in his home country Brazil. He then completed Internal Medicine residency and a chief year at the University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Hospital. Rhanderson has diverse interests in cardiovascular diseases, including electrophysiology, imaging, and prevention. He is especially passionate about teaching and hopes to have a career in academic medicine. He is currently earning a Masters degree in Cardiovascular Epidemiology at the Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health and is planning on pursuing additional imaging training at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the upcoming academic year.