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Heart Failure Beat Podcast: Is ACHD Just Heart Failure By A Different Name
Heart Failure Beat: Is ACHD Just Heart Failure By A Different Name (Episode 28)
Description:  On the April episode of the Heart Failure Beat, Priya and Michael take on adult congenital heart disease (ACHD) with guests Chetan Pasrija, MD, MS, and Ari Cedars, MD, and discover that it’s never too early to refer a patient with ACHD for advanced therapies.  Andrew Sauer, MD, an associate editor of the Journal of Cardiac Failure, joins the episode for a new segment featuring a review of a recently published article on the STRONG-HF trialPriya does a fast-track review of 4 trials in 4 minutes from ACC.24 and the ISHLT 44th Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions on From Failure to Function and on Heart Failure Rounds, Michael reviews a recently published HFSA Scientific Statement on cognitive impairment in HFThis is a slightly longer episode jam-packed with fascinating tidbits of information, so settle into the full episode or explore the chapters to catch your favorite segment!
Guest Names and Titles
Michael Beasley, MD and Priya Umapathi, MD

Chetan Pasrija, MD, MS, Ari Cedars, MD, and Andrew Sauer, MD
Speakers and Content

Heart Failure Rounds
Cognitive Impairment in Heart Failure: A Heart Failure Society of America Scientific Statement
Michael Beasley, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine at Yale School of Medicine

JCF Spotlight
Safety Indicators in Patients Receiving High-intensity Care After Hospital Admission for Acute Heart Failure: The STRONG-HF Trial
Andrew Sauer, MD
Cardiologist, associate professor, and clinical trialist at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and the University of Missouri-Kansas City

Featured Interview: Is ACHD Just HF by a Different Name?
Ari Cedars, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, Director of the ACHD program at Johns Hopkins

Chetan Pasrija, MD, MS
Assistant Professor of Cardiac Surgery at Johns Hopkins 

From Failure to Function: 4 Trials in 4 Minutes
Priya Umapathi, MD
Assistant Professor in the Division of Cardiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital  

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