MedShr’s Highlights from ESC Congress 2019

By George Ulmann - Reporter, MedShr More than 30,000 cardiovascular specialists attended Paris over five days to discuss the entire spectrum of cardiovascular medicine. The spotlight this year was on Global Cardiovascular Health, as ESC partnered with the World Heart Federation (WHF). A key highlight of the conference was the six Hot Line sessions, which…

The Cardiovascular Effects of GLP-1 Receptor Agonists: A Literature Review

By Veron V. Yala MD, Advanced DOH (JLI) and MSc Diabetes (USW) I. Background  Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a complex metabolic disorder that occurs when there is a rise in glycaemia secondary to the inability of the pancreas to produce enough insulin or the inability to use it effectively (IDF, 2017).  The prevalence of diabetes…

Join MedShr at EuroPCR 2019 – The World Leading Course in Interventional Cardiology!

Join MedShr at EuroPCR 2019 - The World Leading Course in Interventional Cardiology! Now entering its 30th year, EuroPCR is heading to Paris from 21st - 24th May, and we’ll be there! Join us at the official annual meeting of the European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions and the World-Leading Course in Interventional Cardiovascular Medicine.…

Join MedShr at the TVT 2019: Structural Heart Summit

Join us at TVT 2019! We’re glad to be working with CRF again this year to support TVT 2019: The Structural Heart Summit. Now in its twelfth year, TVT 2019 brings a unique opportunity to experience a comprehensive clinically-relevant congress in structural heart disease, in Chicago from 12-15 June 2019. This year’s event features: • 20 Live…

MedShr connects British Cardiovascular Society members!

MedShr is connecting British Cardiovascular Society members through clinical case discussion, and the first BCS group is now live on MedShr! This is an open group for members of BCS and its affiliated societies, and we would like to invite members to connect with the group and share their cases and comments. MedShr enables doctors…

MedShr and BCIS – Interventional Cardiology Case Discussion

MedShr is now working with BCIS – the British Cardiovascular Interventional Society – to connect its members through clinical case discussion. The MedShr app enables doctors to post clinical images and cases from their every day clinical practice. Launched in 2015 MedShr is growing rapidly with a GDPR and GMC compliant network of over 800,000…