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Cutting Edge: Episode 17

Feb 25 | 3:30 PM

Dr. Savita Rangarajan, Hematologist talks about the favorable safety profile of gene therapy for Hemophilia-B reducing annual bleeding rates. Dr. Kamal Sharma, Interventional cardiologist talks about statin as first choice in treating dyslipidemia, life-style modification and role of EPA, PCSK9 and fibrates, concomitant diabetes. Another story from Nature, Novel therapeutic target for long QT syndrome, Dr. Sharma says QT says the phase of electrical instability and its prolongation can be hazardous and lead to syncope or sudden death. Dextromethorphan shortens QT interval seen in-vivo study but human trials are awaited.

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dr. Mahadev Desai

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dr. Pranav Kharod

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Consultant Neurologist, HCG Hospital

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dr. Kamal Sharma

Dr. Kamal Sharma

Chief of Interventional Cardiology, SAL Hospital | Author | Researcher | Innovator

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dr. Savita Rangarajan

Dr. Savita Rangarajan

Consultant Haematologist | University Hospitals Southampton & CTRU | Director KJ Somaiya Super Speciality Hospital, Mumbai

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Dr. Mahadev Desai

Senior Consultant Physician | Ahmedabad

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Consultant Neurologist, HCG Hospital

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