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Multimodality Imaging of Sinus Venosus Atrial Septal Defect: A Challenging Diagnosis in Adults [Case Report]

Qiu, Jessica K; Bamira, Daniel; Vainrib, Alan F; Latson, Larry A; Halpern, Dan G; Chun, Anne; Saric, Muhamed
PMCID:9120852
PMID: 35602989
ISSN: 2468-6441
CID: 5232842

Native mitral valve staphylococcus endocarditis with a very unusual complication: Ruptured posterior mitral valve leaflet aneurysm [Case Report]

Maidman, Samuel D; Kiefer, Nicholas J; Bernard, Samuel; Freedberg, Robin S; Rosenzweig, Barry P; Bamira, Daniel; Vainrib, Alan F; Ro, Richard; Neuburger, Peter J; Basu, Atreyee; Moreira, Andre L; Latson, Larry A; Loulmet, Didier F; Saric, Muhamed
Infective endocarditis (IE) is a life-threatening disease associated with in-hospital mortality of nearly one in five cases. IE can destroy valvular tissue, which may rarely progress to aneurysm formation, most commonly at the anterior leaflet in instances of mitral valve involvement. We present a remarkable case of a patient with IE and a rare complication of a ruptured aneurysm of the posterior leaflet of the mitral valve. Two- and Three-dimensional transesophageal echocardiography, intra-operative videography, and histopathologic analysis revealed disruption at this unusual location-at the junction of the P2 and P3 scallops, surrounded by an annular abscess.
PMID: 34923683
ISSN: 1540-8175
CID: 5108652

Long-term outcomes after transcatheter aortic valve replacement with minimal contrast in chronic kidney disease

Rzucidlo, Justyna; Jaspan, Vita; Paone, Darien; Jilaihawi, Hasan; Xia, Yuhe; Kapitman, Anna; Nakashima, Makoto; He, Yuxin; Ibrahim, Homam; Pushkar, Illya; Neuburger, Peter J; Saric, Muhamed; Bamira, Daniel; Paschke, Sonja; Kalish, Chloe; Staniloae, Cezar; Shah, Binita; Williams, Mathew
BACKGROUND:Patients with renal insufficiency have poor short-term outcomes after transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR). METHODS:Retrospective chart review identified 575 consecutive patients not on hemodialysis who underwent TAVR between September 2014 and January 2017. Outcomes were defined by VARC-2 criteria. Primary outcome of all-cause mortality was evaluated at a median follow-up of 811 days (interquartile range 125-1,151). RESULTS:Preprocedural glomerular filtration rate (GFR) was ≥60 ml/min in 51.7%, 30-60 ml/min in 42.1%, and < 30 ml/min in 6.3%. Use of transfemoral access (98.8%) and achieved device success (91.0%) did not differ among groups, but less contrast was used with lower GFR (23 ml [15-33], 24 ml [14-33], 13 ml [8-20]; p < .001). Peri-procedural stroke (0.7%, 2.1%, 11.1%; p < .001) was higher with lower GFR. Core lab analysis of preprocedural computed tomography scans of patients who developed a peri-procedural stroke identified potential anatomic substrate for stroke in three out of four patients with GFR 30-60 ml/min and all three with GFR <30 ml/min (severe atheroma was the most common subtype of anatomical substrate present). Compared to GFR ≥60 ml/min, all-cause mortality was higher with GFR 30-60 ml/min (HR 1.61 [1.00-2.59]; aHR 1.61 [0.91-2.83]) and GFR <30 ml/min (HR 2.41 [1.06-5.48]; aHR 2.34 [0.90-6.09]) but not significant after multivariable adjustment. Follow-up echocardiographic data, available in 63%, demonstrated no difference in structural heart valve deterioration over time among groups. CONCLUSIONS:Patients with baseline renal insufficiency remain a challenging population with poor long-term outcomes despite procedural optimization with a transfemoral-first and an extremely low-contrast approach.
PMID: 33180381
ISSN: 1522-726x
CID: 4665422

Cor Pulmonale from Concomitant Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Methamphetamine Use [Case Report]

Maidman, Samuel D; Sulica, Roxana; Freedberg, Robin S; Bamira, Daniel; Vainrib, Alan F; Ro, Richard; Latson, Larry A; Saric, Muhamed
PMCID:8370868
PMID: 34430775
ISSN: 2468-6441
CID: 5148322

Two cases of acute endocarditis misdiagnosed as COVID-19 infection

Hayes, Dena E; Rhee, David W; Hisamoto, Kazuhiro; Smith, Deane; Ro, Richard; Vainrib, Alan F; Bamira, Daniel; Zhou, Fang; Saric, Muhamed
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented countless new challenges for healthcare providers including the challenge of differentiating COVID-19 infection from other diseases. COVID-19 infection and acute endocarditis may present similarly, both with shortness of breath and vital sign abnormalities, yet they require very different treatments. Here, we present two cases in which life-threatening acute endocarditis was initially misdiagnosed as COVID-19 infection during the height of the pandemic in New York City. The first was a case of Klebsiella pneumoniae mitral valve endocarditis leading to papillary muscle rupture and severe mitral regurgitation, and the second a case of Streptococcus mitis aortic valve endocarditis with heart failure due to severe aortic regurgitation. These cases highlight the importance of careful clinical reasoning and demonstrate how cognitive errors may impact clinical reasoning. They also underscore the limitations of real-time reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) for SARS-CoV-2 testing and illustrate the ways in which difficulty interpreting results may also influence clinical reasoning. Accurate diagnosis of acute endocarditis is critical given that surgical intervention can be lifesaving in unstable patients.
PMID: 33715241
ISSN: 1540-8175
CID: 4817282

Three-Dimensional Imaging and Dynamic Modeling of Systolic Anterior Motion of the Mitral Valve

Vainrib, Alan; Massera, Daniele; Sherrid, Mark V; Swistel, Daniel G; Bamira, Daniel; Ibrahim, Homam; Staniloae, Cezar; Williams, Mathew R; Saric, Muhamed
Left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT) obstruction in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is often caused by systolic anterior motion (SAM) of the mitral valve caused by the interplay between increased left ventricular (LV) wall thickness and an abnormal mitral valve anatomy and geometry. Three-dimensional (3D) echocardiographic imaging of the mitral valve has revolutionized the practice of cardiology, paving the way for new methods to see and treat valvular heart disease. Here we present the novel and incremental value of 3D transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) of SAM visualization. This review first provides step-by-step instructions on acquiring and optimizing 3D TEE imaging of SAM. It then describes the unique and novel findings using standard 3D TEE rendering as well as dynamic mitral valve modeling of SAM from 3D data sets, which can provide a more detailed visualization of SAM features. The findings include double-orifice LVOT caused by the residual leaflet, the dolphin smile phenomenon, and delineation of SAM width. Finally, the review discusses the essential role of 3D TEE imaging for preprocedural assessment and intraprocedural guidance of surgical and novel percutaneous treatments of SAM.
PMID: 33059963
ISSN: 1097-6795
CID: 4641632

LONG TERM MORTALITY AFTER TRANSCATHETER AORTIC VALVE REPLACEMENT IN PATINTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE NOT ON HEMODIALYSIS [Meeting Abstract]

Rzucidlo, J; Jaspan, V; Shah, B; Paone, D; Pushkar, I; Kapitman, A; Ibrahim, H; Hisamoto, K; Neuburger, P; Saric, M; Staniloae, C; Vainrib, A; Bamira, D; Jilaihawi, H; Querijero, M; Williams, M
Background Patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) have poor short-term outcomes after transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR). Methods Retrospective review identified 575 consecutive patients not on hemodialysis (HD) who underwent TAVR at a single center between September 2014 and January 2017. Patients were stratified by pre-procedural glomerular filtration rate (GFR) [>60 (n=297), 30-60 (n=242), and <30 (n=36)]. Outcomes were defined by VARC-2 criteria. Median follow-up was 811 days. Results Transfemoral artery access (TFA), used in 98.8%, and VARC-2 defined procedural success, achieved in 81.4%, did not differ between groups. However, rates of peri-procedural stroke (0.7%, 2.1%, 11.1%; p<0.001) and acute kidney injury (0%, 1.7%, 8.3%; p<0.001) were higher with lower GFR. When compared to GFR >60, risk of all-cause mortality was higher with GFR 30-60 (Hazard ratio (HR) 1.61 [1.00-2.59]) and GFR <30 (HR 2.41 [1.06-5.49]). After adjustment for differences in baseline and procedural characteristics, all-cause mortality remained higher with GFR <60 (adjusted HR 1.67 [1.03-2.70]) compared with GFR >60. Rate of long-term all-cause mortality was higher with lower GFR (10.1%, 16.5%, 19.4%). Kaplan-Meier mortality estimates are shown. Conclusion Few patients with a pre-procedural GFR <30 but not HD undergo TAVR. Despite high use of TFA and no difference in procedural success rate, long-term all-cause mortality after TAVR is higher in patients with pre-procedural CKD. [Figure presented]
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EMBASE:2005039522
ISSN: 1558-3597
CID: 4381162

Minimizing Permanent Pacemaker Following Repositionable Self-Expanding Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement

Jilaihawi, Hasan; Zhao, Zhengang; Du, Run; Staniloae, Cezar; Saric, Muhamed; Neuburger, Peter J; Querijero, Michael; Vainrib, Alan; Hisamoto, Kazuhiro; Ibrahim, Homam; Collins, Tara; Clark, Emily; Pushkar, Illya; Bamira, Daniel; Benenstein, Ricardo; Tariq, Afnan; Williams, Mathew
OBJECTIVES/OBJECTIVE:This study sought to minimize the risk of permanent pacemaker implantation (PPMI) with contemporary repositionable self-expanding transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR). BACKGROUND:Self-expanding TAVR traditionally carries a high risk of PPMI. Limited data exist on the use of the repositionable devices to minimize this risk. METHODS:At NYU Langone Health, 248 consecutive patients with severe aortic stenosis underwent TAVR under conscious sedation with repositionable self-expanding TAVR with a standard approach to device implantation. A detailed analysis of multiple factors contributing to PPMI was performed; this was used to generate an anatomically guided MInimizing Depth According to the membranous Septum (MIDAS) approach to device implantation, aiming for pre-release depth in relation to the noncoronary cusp of less than the length of the membranous septum (MS). RESULTS:Right bundle branch block, MS length, largest device size (Evolut 34 XL; Medtronic, Minneapolis, Minnesota), and implant depth > MS length predicted PPMI. On multivariate analysis, only implant depth > MS length (odds ratio: 8.04 [95% confidence interval: 2.58 to 25.04]; p < 0.001) and Evolut 34 XL (odds ratio: 4.96 [95% confidence interval: 1.68 to 14.63]; p = 0.004) were independent predictors of PPMI. The MIDAS approach was applied prospectively to a consecutive series of 100 patients, with operators aiming to position the device at a depth of < MS length whenever possible; this reduced the new PPMI rate from 9.7% (24 of 248) in the standard cohort to 3.0% (p = 0.035), and the rate of new left bundle branch block from 25.8% to 9% (p < 0.001). CONCLUSIONS:Using a patient-specific MIDAS approach to device implantation, repositionable self-expanding TAVR achieved very low and predictable rates of PPMI which are significantly lower than previously reported with self-expanding TAVR.
PMID: 31473236
ISSN: 1876-7605
CID: 4066832

Photorealistic imaging of left atrial appendage occlusion/exclusion

Vainrib, Alan F; Bamira, Daniel; Aizer, Anthony; Chinitz, Larry A; Loulmet, Didier; Benenstein, Ricardo J; Saric, Muhamed
Recent improvements in 3D TEE post processing rendering techniques referred to as TrueVue (Philips Medical Systems, Andover, MA, USA). It allows for novel photorealistic imaging of cardiac structures including left atrial appendage (LAA) and its closure devices. Here we present TrueVue images of the LAA prior to and after LAA exclusion/occlusion using various percutaneous and surgical techniques. TrueVue may improve delineation of LAA anatomy prior to occlusion as well as visualization of occluder device position within the LAA.
PMID: 31385344
ISSN: 1540-8175
CID: 4033092

Echocardiographic Guidance of the Novel WaveCrest Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion Device

Vainrib, Alan F; Bamira, Daniel; Benenstein, Ricardo J; Aizer, Anthony; Chinitz, Larry A; Saric, Muhamed
PMCID:6302034
PMID: 30582095
ISSN: 2468-6441
CID: 3560082