The Don't Miss a Beat Podcast is a regular news roundup of the latest evidence and clinical trial insights across cardiovascular, renal, and metabolic diseases. Don’t Miss a Beat as Steve Greene, MD, and Muthu Vaduganathan, MD, MPH, critically examine recent advances in clinical care and research with perspectives from global experts in the field.
Don't Miss a Beat hosts are joined by Alexandre Mebazaa, MD, PhD, lead investigator of the STRONG-HF trial, to discuss the inspiration for the trial, its design, and important takeaways for those looking to implement a similar strategy of rapid, in-hospital uptitration of GDMT in heart failure at their own practice.
With less than a week to go until the close of 2022, our editorial team is celebrating the final week of the year by recapping some of our most popular stories and content from the past year. Here, we are highlighting our most popular episodes of the Don’t Miss a Beat Podcast from 2022.
In this episode of Don't Miss a Beat, hosts Muthiah Vaduganathan, MD, MPH, and Stephen Greene, MD, are bringing you insights from the AHA 2022 Scientific Sessions. In the episode, which was recorded on day 2 of the 3-day meeting, our hosts offer listeners perspective on the EMPA-KIDNEY and the TRANSFORM-HF trial, the latter of which Greene served on as an investigator.
In this special edition episode of Don’t Miss a Beat, which was filmed on-site at the HFSA 2022 annual scientific meeting, hosts Muthiah Vaduganathan, MD, MPH, codirector of Center for Cardiometabolic Implementation Science at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Stephen Greene, MD, assistant professor of medicine at Duke University School of Medicine, take the audience on a deep dive into implementation science at the meeting, the potential for a polypill in heart failure, and other highlights from HFSA 2022.
In this episode of Don’t Miss a Beat, hosts Stephen Greene, MD, and Muthiah Vaduganathan, MD, MPH, provide a recap of the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2022. This recap begins with a discussion on the results of the phase 3 DELIVER trial, in which Vaduganathan served as an investigator, the ADVOR trial, and REVIVED.
In the latest edition of Don’t Miss a Beat, Drs. Greene and Vaduganathan are joined by special guest Brendon Neuen, MBBS, MSc, of the George Institute of Global Health. A trialist currently contributing to the FIND-CKD trial, Neuen takes Vaduganathan and Greene on a deep dive into the use of GFR slope as an end point in clinical trials and as a tool in clinical practice.
In the latest edition of Don’t Miss a Beat, hosts Stephen Greene, MD, and Muthiah Vaduganathan, MD, MPH, are joined by special guest Anjali Owens, MD. An assistant professor of medicine and medical director of the Center for Inherited Cardiac Disease at the Perelman School of Medicine, Owens takes our hosts on a deep dive into the current state of management for oHCM and the impact of the US FDA's approval of mavacamten.
In this episode of Don't Miss a Beat, hosts Drs. Greene and Vaduganathan break down the new ACC/AHA/HFSA heart failure guidelines debuted at ACC.22 and compare the recommendations against those made in the European Society of Cardiology's 2021 heart failure guidelines.
Don't Miss a Beat hosts Drs. Vaduganathan and Greene provide insight into the results of trials from ACC.22 late-breaking sessions they highlighted in the preview episode they recorded ahead of the American College of Cardiology's 71st Annual Scientific Session.
In the most recent episode of Don't Miss a Beat, co-hosts Drs. Vaduganathan and Greene are joined by Dr. Eugene Braunwald for a conversation that touches on the founding of the TIMI Study Group, the evolution of clinical trials, and advice he would give to early career professionals with an interest in becoming trialists.
Don't Miss a Beat is Practical Cardiology's expert-led podcast. The monthly podcast, which is hosted by Drs. Greene and Vaduganathan, will provide a regular news roundup of the latest evidence and clinical trial insights across cardiovascular, renal, and metabolic diseases.