Leaders in Cardiology

Educational Articles

Perth Cardio’s group of Cardiologists are leaders in sub-specialised cardiology fields such as Cardiac Imaging, Electrophysiology, Advanced Heart Failure, Structural Heart and Valvular Implantations, Angioplasty and other Interventional Procedures. Our doctors are regularly involved in national and international research, cutting edge procedures and techniques, and are pioneers in their chosen subspecialties. Below is a list of recent published educational articles from our leading cardiologists.

Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Athula Karu - Assessment of cardiovascular risks in T2DM Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Athula Karu - Assessment of cardiovascular risks in T2DM (350 KB)

Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Matthew Best - Drugs to Avoid in Heart Failure Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Matthew Best - Drugs to Avoid in Heart Failure (341 KB)

Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Michael Davis - Statins in older patients - who benefits? Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Michael Davis - Statins in older patients - who benefits? (330 KB)

Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Michael Muhlmann - How to triage patients with chest pain? Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Michael Muhlmann - How to triage patients with chest pain? (250 KB)

Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Nik Stoyanov - How valuable is the standard ECG? Medical Forum WA Article - Dr Nik Stoyanov - How valuable is the standard ECG? (296 KB)

Jury’s still out on renal denervation - Dr Sharad Shetty Jury’s still out on renal denervation - Dr Sharad Shetty (243 KB)

"I Need Help" A mnemonic to aid timely referral in advanced heart failure - Dr Jay Baumwol (430 KB)

Is Your Patient HuFfing and PuEFing? (HFPEF) Is Your Patient HuFfing and PuEFing? (HFPEF) (837 KB)

Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke Risk (CHA2Ds2-VASC SCORE) Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke Risk (CHA2Ds2-VASC SCORE) (101 KB)

 Medicus Article - Dr Mike Davis - Evaluating Symptoms Suggestive of Coronary Disease Medicus Article - Dr Mike Davis - Evaluating Symptoms Suggestive of Coronary Disease (171 KB)