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This Week in Cardiology

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This podcast delivers Dr. John Mandrola’s summary and perspective on top news of the week that cardiologists can’t miss. This podcast is intended for US health professionals only.


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Latest Episodes

An AHA Recap: SELECT, ORBITA2, and ARTESIA are the trials John Mandrola, MD, reviews in this week's podcast. more

13 days ago

Renal denervation, a potential deadly decision in the ED, GLP-1 agonists, and an AHA preview are the topics John Mandrola, MD, discusses in this week’s podcast. more

21 days ago

Tricuspid regurgitation therapy, two more left atrial appendage trials, and reflections on being too soft on medical science are the topics John Mandrola, MD, discusses in this week’s podcast. more

a month ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 1.2k ratings
  • Excellent podcast for card clinicians

    Thanks for keeping us abreast of the emerging cardiology research trials and keeping a critical eye towards analysis and outcomes. Great bite size podcast to listen on the way home.

    Apple Podcasts
    Ms. Faith D
    United States18 days ago
  • My favourite cardiology podcast.

    On my agenda each Friday. Thank you for the amazing content!

    Apple Podcasts
    Poland18 days ago
  • A ballast against medical adventurism

    Have been a regular listener for a couple of years of this podcast. Learnt to sift through the pile of published research, partly to discern between the good and bad medical studies, to identify commercial spin from within equivocal or patently negative studies. Above all, this podcast reiterates our fundamental responsibility as doctors: the one where we should try & help and try not to harm. A must listen, for every physician dealing with cardiac disease

    Apple Podcasts
    India20 days ago
  • Critical Appraisal

    Amazing podcast, probably one of the best for critical appraisal of Cardiac literature. Keep up the good fight and holding these trialists and “new fancy devices” to the standards that they should be held to. I love the skepticism and we need more of it, not just in Cardiology.

    Apple Podcasts
    Dave K EP
    United States21 days ago
  • The best medical podcast ever

    I have been listening to this podcast and reading Dr. Mandrola since I was an intern. Thank you, John!

    Apple Podcasts
    Russia23 days ago

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