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Sidney Kimmel Medical College
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Ogilby, David

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J. David Ogilby, MD

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925 Chestnut Street
Mezzanine Level
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-4260
(215) 503-3976 fax

Medical School

Boston University School of Medicine - 1979

Residency

Boston City Hosp 2238 ital, Boston, MA

Fellowship

Boston University Medical Center Hospital

Board Certification

Internal Medicine
Cardiovascular Disease

Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Publications

Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. "very" very late stent thrombosis: Acute myocardial infarction from drug-eluting stent thrombosis more than 5 years after implantation
  2. Efficacy of intracoronary nicardipine in the treatment of no-reflow during percutaneous coronary intervention
  3. Validation of left ventricular volume measurements by gated SPECT 99mTc-labeled sestamibi imaging
  4. Role of adenosine in the cardiac catheterization laboratory
  5. Modified microsample ACT test for heparin monitoring
  6. Hemodynamic effects of intravenous sematilide in patients with congestive heart failure: A class III antiarrhythmic agent without cardiodepressant effects
  7. Identification of high-risk patients with left main and three-vessel coronary artery disease by adenosine-single photon emission computed tomographic thallium imaging
  8. Effect of intravenous adenosine infusion on myocardial perfusion and function: Hemodynamic/angiographic and scintigraphic study
  9. Delayed resolution of obstructing thrombus following acute closure
  10. Early thallium imaging after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty: Tomographic evaluation during adenosine-induced coronary hyperemia
  11. Preservation of myocardial function during ischemia with intracoronary Oxygent
  12. Single photon emission computed tomography with thallium-201 during adenosine-induced coronary hyperemia: Correlation with coronary arteriography, exercise thallium imaging and two-dimensional echocardiography
  13. Tricuspid valve endocarditis
  14. Effects of 'paradoxical' systolic fiber stretch on ischemic myocardial contracture, compliance, and contractility in the rabbit
  15. Preservation of myocardial compliance and reversal contracture ('stone heart') during ischemic arrest by applied intermittent ventricular stretch
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