Eiman Jahangir, MD

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January 22nd, 2013

How Will You PROTECT Your Patients with Nonvalvular Afib?

For which patients is the Watchman left-atrial appendage closure device a better alternative to warfarin and other anticoagulant medications?


November 6th, 2012

Poster Sessions: Better to Present or Observe?

A fellow presents his poster to a few people but finds more fulfillment in interacting with other poster presenters.


November 6th, 2012

Late-Breaking Trials vs. Abstract Oral Sessions

One fellow shares why he prefers to spend his time at AHA 2012 attending the abstract oral sessions.


November 4th, 2012

The Benefits of Technology

Dr. Eiman Jahangir sorts through the AHA schedule in minutes using their mobile app and wonders why the AHA still bothers printing the full program booklet. Do you think there should be a way to opt out of receiving the whole schedule on paper?


November 18th, 2011

AHA.11 Concludes and Our Fellows Reflect

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Several Cardiology Fellows who are attending AHA.11 this week are blogging together on CardioExchange.  The Fellows include Revathi Balakrishnan, Eiman Jahangir, John Ryan (moderator), and Amit Shah. Read the previous post here. This is their final post. See their complete coverage at the bottom of this post and in this review of our AHA coverage. Readers, were […]


November 15th, 2011

An Event, Not a Conference

Several Cardiology Fellows who are attending AHA.11 this week are blogging together on CardioExchange.  The Fellows include Revathi Balakrishnan, Eiman Jahangir, John Ryan (moderator), and Amit Shah. Read the previous post here. Check back often to learn about the biggest buzz in Orlando. This is the last day of the conference for me. While I am sad […]


November 14th, 2011

What’s Up, Interventionally?

Martin Leon surveys the expansion of the interventionalist’s world


November 14th, 2011

Global CV Health Concerns: Macro and Micro

Now I know how I should approach and present myself to a potential mentor. But will it really take at least 10 years to train in research?


November 14th, 2011

Stenosis vs. Stroke: Is Treatment Worth the Risk?

Several Cardiology Fellows who are attending AHA.11 this week are blogging together on CardioExchange.  The Fellows include Revathi Balakrishnan, Eiman Jahangir, John Ryan (moderator), and Amit Shah. Read the previous post here. Check back often to learn about the biggest buzz in Orlando. On Sunday morning, I feel like the conference has really begun. I am sitting […]


November 13th, 2011

An Unexpected Preconference Overload

Anyone else surprised by the volume of ad-driven snail mail and email–most of it junk–we all got in the run up to the conference?