Dr Kohli is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and is currently a cardiology fellow at the University of California San Francisco.
Who Should Be Screened for Diabetes?
Until now, the USPSTF has recommended against screening asymptomatic adults for diabetes. A recent draft recommendation shifts focus and suggests intermittent screening for certain high risk adults.
Trends in Atrial Fibrillation Therapy: 2002 to 2011
Overall it looks as though pharmacologic rate control is still the preferred therapy for new onset AF, but a new study identifies some interesting trends in the use of drugs for both rhythm and rate.
Atrial Fibrillation Characteristics Linked to Dementia
Atrial fibrillation and dementia have long been linked, partly because both tend to affect the elderly. But there may be a causal link as well related to management of anticoagulation.
Fish Oils Fail to Impact Endpoints in AF
The recent AFFORD trial suggests no clinical role for omega-3 fatty acids in preventing atrial fibrillation or in modulating disease markers.
iECG May Prove Cost-Effective for Screening Occult Atrial Fibrillation
A new study finds that iPhone-based technology deployed in local pharmacies can detect asymptomatic atrial fibrillation. iECG anyone?
Cerebral Microbleeds in Atrial Fibrillation Portend Poor Prognosis
Results of a recent study suggest the presence or absence of CMBs may help refine risk prognostication in patients with AF.
Community-Wide Screening for AF Reduces Stroke
The cost vs the benefit of community screening for disease is often hotly debated. A new study suggests that detection and treatment of asymptomatic AF may be worth that effort.
Type 2 Diabetes Diagnosis: Which Test Would You Choose?
You just diagnosed Mrs Bates as having metabolic syndrome. The unusual fatigue and nocturia she describes make you wonder about another potential diagnosis. How would you proceed?
Metabolic Syndrome: What Does It Look LIke?
Mrs Bates is 65-years old and sees you for her annual physical examination. She is in general good health and takes only atorvastatin. Her BMI is not ideal, though, and she has some new complaints.
Perioperative AF: Not as Innocuous as It Seems
Lone atrial fibrillation describes isolated episodes of AF that have been previously considered benign. A revised picture is emerging, according to a new study.
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