Interventional Crossroads With Jaya Mallidi

 
 
  • Cardiology in the Time of COVID-19 Being on-call in the COVID-19 era is different; interventional cardiologist Jaya Mallidi, MD, summarizes some of the current recommendations for safe practice.
  • The War on Shock: Is Industry Leading the Charge? Protocols for patients in cardiogenic shock encourage use of mechanical circulatory support and play down palliative care, despite limited supporting data, writes interventional cardiologist Jaya Mallidi.
  • Not so Fast: How to Avoid Bias Toward Stents in Managing SIHD Channeling Daniel Kahneman's 'Thinking, Fast and Slow,' Dr Jaya Mallidi warns that inherent biases and system 1 thinking, may exaggerate the benefit of stents in SIHD and corrupt shared decision-making.
  • Conveyor Belt Medicine: Where Are the Brakes? Regional systems of care help streamline urgent care but make it difficult to halt false-positive activations in their tracks. Jaya Mallidi, MD, asks for some checkpoints along the way.
  • Interventional Cardiology: Physician and Proceduralist 'I do not want to be known as a high- or a low-volume operator,' writes, Jaya Mallidi, MD, in a plea for her field to value critical thinking as much as it celebrates the latest Impella case.