New Chest Pain CME/MOC Activities in CurrentMD™ Cardiology
Expert Perspective with Drs. Martha Gulati and Deepak Bhatt
Dr. Martha Gulati (Chair of Guideline Writing Committee) & Dr. Deepak Bhatt (Co-Author) address key takeaways from the new Chest Pain Guideline. Watch this 90-second preview of the full 26-minute interview. Subscribers: Watch Now | New to K2P? Subscribe Today
- Summarize the key messages in the new Chest Pain Guideline.
- Describe the implications of the new guideline recommendations on chest pain management in the acute care and ambulatory settings
- Analyze the evidence underlying updated best practices for chest pain management
- Recognize areas of ongoing uncertainty in chest pain assessment
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In addition to the above expert perspective, Drs. Gulati and Bhatt moderated a roundtable discussion featuring several of the members of the guideline writing committee. Hear from different perspectives on why this guideline is so critical right now. Subscribers: Watch Now | New to K2P? Subscribe Today
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Meet the Moderators
MD, MS, FACC, FAHACedars-Sinai Medical Center
MD, MPH, FACC, FAHA, FSCAI, FESCBrigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Meet the Writing Committee
MD, FACCBrigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
MD, PhDLeeds Institute for Cardiovascular and Diabetes Research
MD, MS, FACC, FSVMB, FSCAI, FICATexas Tech University
MD, FACC, FAHA, FASNC, FASE, FSCCTDeborah Heart and Lung Center
MD, MPH, FACC, FAHAWayne State University
PhD, FACC, MASNC, FAHA, FSCCTIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
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When a new guideline is released, there are often unanswered questions about its practical application. It’s not uncommon for it to take years for new guidelines to become widely adopted in practice.
However, this recent collaboration among the American College of Cardiology (ACC), the American Heart Association (AHA), and other critical groups (ASE/CHEST/SAEM /SCCT/SCMR) aim to drive real change in physicians’ practice.
This team, led by Writing Committee Chair Dr. Martha Gulati, produced a clear set of guidelines for the evaluation and diagnosis of adult patients who present with chest pain. Get the inside perspective from the writing committee and learn about the final decisions that were put into the guideline.
“As common as the evaluation of chest pain is (it’s something that we all do so much in this country and in our centers) it’s not straightforward. If this was a simple thing, we probably wouldn’t need to have a guideline and we certainly wouldn’t need to have a very long one. But the reality is, as common as this is, it’s a complex thing.”
Ron Blankstein, MD
Harvard Medical School,
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
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