1. COPEPTIN AS A SURROGATE FOR VOLUME STATUS AND SERIAL MONITORING IN HEART FAILURE

    Journal of the American College of Cardiology 65(10):A1004 (2015)

  2. POST-MARKETING PHARMACOVIGILANCE STUDY FOR THE ACTIVE DETECTION AND EVALUATION OF MAJOR BLEEDING IN RIVAROXABAN USERS WITH NON-VALVULAR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

    Journal of the American College of Cardiology 65(10):A281 (2015)

  3. HEART FAILURE PATIENTS WITH ELEVATED PRO-ENDOTHELIN HAVE IMPROVED MORTALITY ON STATIN THERAPY

    Journal of the American College of Cardiology 65(10):A877 (2015)

  4. SERIAL SAMPLING OF MIDREGION PROADRENOMEDULLIN IS PREDICTIVE OF SHORT TERM MORTALITY IN PATIENTS ADMITTED FOR SHORTNESS OF BREATH

    Journal of the American College of Cardiology 65(10):A986 (2015)

  5. Characterizing major bleeding in patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation: a pharmacovigilance study of 27 467 patients taking rivaroxaban.

    Clinical Cardiology (Hoboken) 38(2):63 (2015) PMID 25588595

    In nonvalvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF), rivaroxaban is used to prevent stroke and systemic embolism. To evaluate major bleeding (MB) in NVAF patients treated with rivaroxaban in a real-world clinical setting. From January 1, 2013, to March 31, 2014, US Department of Defense electronic health ...
  6. Early management of patients with acute heart failure: state of the art and future directions. A consensus document from the society for academic emergency medicine/heart failure society of america acute heart failure working group.

    Journal of Cardiac Failure 21(1):27 (2015) PMID 25042620 PMCID PMC4276508

    Heart failure (HF) afflicts nearly 6 million Americans, resulting in one million emergency department (ED) visits and over one million annual hospital discharges. An aging population and improved survival from cardiovascular diseases is expected to further increase HF prevalence. Emergency provi...
  7. Early Management of Patients With Acute Heart Failure: State of the Art and Future Directions-A Consensus Document from the SAEM/HFSA Acute Heart Failure Working Group.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 22(1):94 (2015) PMID 25423908

    Heart failure (HF) afflicts nearly 6 million Americans, resulting in 1 million emergency department (ED) visits and over 1 million annual hospital discharges. The majority of inpatient admissions originate in the ED; thus, it is crucial that emergency physicians and other providers involved in e...
  8. Early management of patients with acute heart failure: state of the art and future directions. A consensus document from the society for academic emergency medicine/heart failure society of america acute heart failure working group.

    Journal of Cardiac Failure 21(1):27 (2015) PMID 25042620

    Heart failure (HF) afflicts nearly 6 million Americans, resulting in one million emergency department (ED) visits and over one million annual hospital discharges. An aging population and improved survival from cardiovascular diseases is expected to further increase HF prevalence. Emergency provi...
  9. Early Management of Patients With Acute Heart Failure: State of the Art and Future Directions-A Consensus Document from the SAEM/HFSA Acute Heart Failure Working Group.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 22(1):94 (2015) PMID 25423908

    Heart failure (HF) afflicts nearly 6 million Americans, resulting in 1 million emergency department (ED) visits and over 1 million annual hospital discharges. The majority of inpatient admissions originate in the ED; thus, it is crucial that emergency physicians and other providers involved in e...
  10. Early Management of Patients With Acute Heart Failure: State of the Art and Future Directions-A Consensus Document from the SAEM/HFSA Acute Heart Failure Working Group.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 22(1):94 (2015) PMID 25423908 PMCID PMC4319710

    Heart failure (HF) afflicts nearly 6 million Americans, resulting in 1 million emergency department (ED) visits and over 1 million annual hospital discharges. The majority of inpatient admissions originate in the ED; thus, it is crucial that emergency physicians and other providers involved in e...
  11. Early management of patients with acute heart failure: state of the art and future directions. A consensus document from the society for academic emergency medicine/heart failure society of America acute heart failure working group.

    Journal of Cardiac Failure 21(1):27 (2015) PMID 25042620 PMCID PMC4276508

    Heart failure (HF) afflicts nearly 6 million Americans, resulting in one million emergency department (ED) visits and over one million annual hospital discharges. An aging population and improved survival from cardiovascular diseases is expected to further increase HF prevalence. Emergency provi...
  12. Early management of patients with acute heart failure: state of the art and future directions. A consensus document from the society for academic emergency medicine/heart failure society of america acute heart failure working group.

    Journal of Cardiac Failure 21(1):27 (2015) PMID 25042620

    Heart failure (HF) afflicts nearly 6 million Americans, resulting in one million emergency department (ED) visits and over one million annual hospital discharges. An aging population and improved survival from cardiovascular diseases is expected to further increase HF prevalence. Emergency provi...
  13. Early Management of Patients With Acute Heart Failure: State of the Art and Future Directions-A Consensus Document from the SAEM/HFSA Acute Heart Failure Working Group.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 22(1):94 (2015) PMID 25423908

    Heart failure (HF) afflicts nearly 6 million Americans, resulting in 1 million emergency department (ED) visits and over 1 million annual hospital discharges. The majority of inpatient admissions originate in the ED; thus, it is crucial that emergency physicians and other providers involved in e...
  14. Early management of patients with acute heart failure: state of the art and future directions--a consensus document from the SAEM/HFSA acute heart failure working group.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 22(1):94 (2015) PMID 25423908 PMCID PMC4319710

    Heart failure (HF) afflicts nearly 6 million Americans, resulting in 1 million emergency department (ED) visits and over 1 million annual hospital discharges. The majority of inpatient admissions originate in the ED; thus, it is crucial that emergency physicians and other providers involved in e...
  15. Sex- and Gender-specific Research Priorities for the Emergency Management of Heart Failure and Acute Arrhythmia: Proceedings from the 2014 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference Cardiovascular Research Workgroup.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 21(12):1361 (2014) PMID 25422074 PMCID PMC4284822

    The emergency department (ED) is the point of first contact for patients with acute heart failure and arrhythmias, with 1 million annual ED visits in the United States. Although the total numbers of men and women living with heart failure are similar, female patients are underrepresented in clin...
  16. Sex- and Gender-specific Research Priorities for the Emergency Management of Heart Failure and Acute Arrhythmia: Proceedings from the 2014 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference Cardiovascular Research Workgroup.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 21(12):1361 (2014) PMID 25422074

    The emergency department (ED) is the point of first contact for patients with acute heart failure and arrhythmias, with 1 million annual ED visits in the United States. Although the total numbers of men and women living with heart failure are similar, female patients are underrepresented in clin...
  17. Sex- and gender-specific research priorities for the emergency management of heart failure and acute arrhythmia: proceedings from the 2014 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference Cardiovascular Research Workgroup.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 21(12):1361 (2014) PMID 25422074 PMCID PMC4284822

    The emergency department (ED) is the point of first contact for patients with acute heart failure and arrhythmias, with 1 million annual ED visits in the United States. Although the total numbers of men and women living with heart failure are similar, female patients are underrepresented in clin...
  18. Sex- and Gender-specific Research Priorities for the Emergency Management of Heart Failure and Acute Arrhythmia: Proceedings from the 2014 Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference Cardiovascular Research Workgroup.

    Academic Emergency Medicine 21(12):1361 (2014) PMID 25422074

    The emergency department (ED) is the point of first contact for patients with acute heart failure and arrhythmias, with 1 million annual ED visits in the United States. Although the total numbers of men and women living with heart failure are similar, female patients are underrepresented in clin...
  19. Novel biomarkers in acute heart failure: MR-pro-adrenomedullin.

    Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine 52(10):1433 (2014) PMID 24756062

    First isolated from human pheochromocytoma cells, adrenomedullin (ADM) is a peptide hormone with natriuretic, vasodilatory, and hypotensive effects mediated by cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP), nitric oxide, and renal prostaglandin systems. ADM expression occurs in many tissues and organ sy...
  20. How galectin-3 changes acute heart failure decision making in the emergency department.

    Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine 52(10):1409 (2014) PMID 24756061

    When considering the appropriate disposition plan in a patient presenting to the emergency department (ED) with acute heart failure (HF), the range of options includes discharge home to intensive care unit (ICU) admission. Unfortunately, there are few objective measures to insure optimal choices...