Andrew Czarnecki

Davinder S Jassal2
Jack V Tu1
2Davinder S Jassal
1Jack V Tu
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We present a case of an individual who presented with acute severe mitral regurgitation in the setting of an inferior ST elevation myocardial infarction. Both transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiography demonstrated a posteriorly directed eccentric jet of severe mitral regurgitation with flail anterior mitral valve leaflet attached presumably to the(More)
Next generation implantable medical devices will have the potential to provide more precise and effective therapies through adaptive closed-loop controllers that combine sensing and stimulation across larger numbers of electrode channels. A major challenge in the design of such devices is balancing increased functionality and channel counts with the(More)
BACKGROUND Public reporting of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) outcomes has been established in many jurisdictions to ensure optimal delivery of care. The majority of PCI report cards examine in-hospital mortality, but relatively little is known regarding the adherence to processes of care. METHODS A modified Delphi panel comprising(More)
There are currently no clinical devices that can be worn by epilepsy patients who suffer from intractable seizures to warn them of seizure onset. Here we summarize state-of-the-art therapies and devices, and present a second-generation hardware platform in which seizure detection algorithms may be programmed into the device. Bi-polar electrographic data is(More)
INTRODUCTION Congenital pericardial cysts are benign lesions that arise from the pericardium during embryonic development. The diagnosis is based on typical imaging features, but atypical locations and signal magnetic resonance imaging sequences make it difficult to exclude other lesions. Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging is a novel method that(More)
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