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Duke Heart Week Ending August 2nd

Chief’s message:

Students return to the Duke Campus this week and will undergo testing and protocols to reduce transmission.  We are all continuing to struggle with understanding and working in the COVID-19 world.  This last week there was an important article in the journal JAMA that showed evidence of myocardial involvement with COVID-19.  The images are included here.

Additionally, our faculty and fellows are working in many groups to help the system care for both the cardiovascular patients and our COVID-19 patients. We will be spending the upcoming weeks reviewing our research and quality work in the Heart Center around our COVID and our continuing heart care.  We appreciate all the support from the heart community.

COVID-19 Updates:

All the latest official DUHS information regarding coronavirus/COVID-19 response at the following locations:

Have news to share?

If you have news to share with the Pulse readership, please contact Tracey Koepke, director of communications for Duke Heart at tracey.koepke@duke.edu. We would love to hear about your latest accomplishments, professional news, cool happenings, and any events or opportunities that may be of interest to our Duke Heart family. Please call with any questions: 919-681-2868. Feedback on Pulse is welcome and encouraged.

 

Duke Heart in the News:

July 27 — Tracy Wang

Health Day

In Rush to Publish, Most COVID-19 Research Isn’t Reliable, Experts Say

https://bit.ly/3190AkM

 

July 28 — L. Kristin Newby and Chris Woods (Global Health)

WBTV (Kannapolis)

Volunteers take part in drive-thru testing, months of follow-up in COVID-19 study in Kannapolis

https://bit.ly/31fO9U4

 

July 28 — L. Kristin Newby

Salisbury Post

Duke University study begins drive-thru COVID-19 testing of participants

https://bit.ly/33lrjxc

 

July 28 — Jason Katz

Medpage Today

Full-Dose Clot Prophylaxis for COVID-19 Tied to Mortality

https://www.medpagetoday.com/infectiousdisease/covid19/87792

 

July 29 — L. Kristin Newby

WSOC (Charlotte)

COVID-19 study of hundreds of Cabarrus County residents underway

https://bit.ly/2XkxKg8


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