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Sidney Kimmel Medical College
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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 Hospital, 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. Reduced Vascular Complications after Percutaneous Coronary Interventions with a Nonmechanical Suture Device: Results from the Randomized RACE Study
  4. Validation of left ventricular volume measurements by gated SPECT 99mTc-labeled sestamibi imaging
  5. Hemodynamic effects of arbutamine
  6. Correlation between hemodynamic changes and tomographic sestamibi imaging during dipyridamole-induced coronary hyperemia
  7. Role of adenosine in the cardiac catheterization laboratory
  8. Modified microsample ACT test for heparin monitoring
  9. Use of a tantalum-178 generator and a multiwire gamma camera to study the effect of the Mueller maneuver on left ventricular performance: Comparison to hemodynamics and single photon emission computed tomography perfusion patterns
  10. Hemodynamic effects of intravenous sematilide in patients with congestive heart failure: A class III antiarrhythmic agent without cardiodepressant effects
  11. Identification of high-risk patients with left main and three-vessel coronary artery disease by adenosine-single photon emission computed tomographic thallium imaging
  12. Effect of adenosine on coronary blood flow and its use as a diagnostic test for coronary artery disease
  13. Identification of high-risk patients with left main and three-vessel coronary artery disease using stepwise discriminant analysis of clinical, exercise, and tomographic thallium data
  14. The perfusion pattern in coronary artery occlusion: Comparison of exercise and adenosine
  15. Effect of intravenous adenosine infusion on myocardial perfusion and function: Hemodynamic/angiographic and scintigraphic study
  16. Delayed resolution of obstructing thrombus following acute closure
  17. Atrioventricular block during adenosine thallium imaging
  18. Early thallium imaging after percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty: Tomographic evaluation during adenosine-induced coronary hyperemia
  19. Preservation of myocardial function during ischemia with intracoronary Oxygent
  20. Dynamics of coronary occlusion in the pathogenesis of myocardial infarction
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