Edward J Schloss MD (@EJSMD )

Edward J Schloss MD

Bio Division Chief, Cardiac Electrophysiology, The Christ Hospital. Associate Online Editor, Heart Rhythm Journal.
Call me Jay. And my wife is pretty awesome.

Location Cincinnati, OH
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TweetDeck : If this doctor/scientist thing doesn’t work out, Ethan Weiss has a bright future in podcasting.

Remarkable interviewing skills and insights shine in Best Known Method. Wife and I both gobbled up multiple episodes on road trip this week.


Tweetbot for iΟS : HRS is launching a new Open Access journal! Click here for more information if you’d like to apply for Editor-in-Chief or nominate someone: bit.ly/2Zh9CsP

Tweetbot for iΟS : Call for Papers! Submit manuscripts now through December 2nd for the HeartRhythm journal Digital Health Supplement, to be published in the May 2020 issue! Click here for more information: bit.ly/2ZddQ8Y

Tweetbot for iΟS : The First Use Of A Rotating Mechanical Dilator Sheath For S-Icd Coil Extraction: A Case Report heartrhythmcasereports.com/article/S2214-…

Tweetbot for iΟS : Self expanding valves offer additional challenges in #TAVR. Not just higher incidence AV block, also later and evolving presentation. We need to consider this in our management strategy. twitter.com/CRB_EP/status/…

Tweetbot for iΟS : Roque Arteaga MD FHRS FACC We’ve done MCAT in folks with new BBB. Not in narrow QRS. Is that OK? Not really sure until all this gets validated.
And . . . how well is an MCAT gonna help someone with new infrahissian CHB? How quick is response?

Tweetbot for iΟS : Roque Arteaga MD FHRS FACC I am most concerned about the evolving substrate offered by the self expanding valves. Do we really know where we’ll ultimately land in these folks at 36 hrs? Is the valve done expanding yet? Shouldn’t this figure into the algorithm?

TweetDeck : Cases like this one from a few months ago give me pause.

— Acute AV block next day after self expanding #TAVR. Normal ECG and conduction pre, intra and post op.

It’s a whole lot easier taking out a temp pacer than putting one in.