Imperial College London

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Faculty of MedicineNational Heart & Lung Institute

Professor of Clinical Cardiology
 
 
 
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Jenkins S, Alabed S, Swift A, Marques G, Ryding A, Sawh C, Wardley J, Shah BN, Swoboda P, Senior R, Nijveldt R, Vassiliou VS, Garg Pet al., 2021, Diagnostic accuracy of handheld cardiac ultrasound device for assessment of left ventricular structure and function: systematic review and meta-analysis., Heart

OBJECTIVE: Handheld ultrasound devices (HUD) has diagnostic value in the assessment of patients with suspected left ventricular (LV) dysfunction. This meta-analysis evaluates the diagnostic ability of HUD compared with transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) and assesses the importance of operator experience. METHODS: MEDLINE and EMBASE databases were searched in October 2020. Diagnostic studies using HUD and TTE imaging to determine LV dysfunction were included. Pooled sensitivities and specificities, and summary receiver operating characteristic curves were used to determine the diagnostic ability of HUD and evaluate the impact of operator experience on test accuracy. RESULTS: Thirty-three studies with 6062 participants were included in the meta-analysis. Experienced operators could predict reduced LV ejection fraction (LVEF), wall motion abnormality (WMA), LV dilatation and LV hypertrophy with pooled sensitivities of 88%, 85%, 89% and 85%, respectively, and pooled specificities of 96%, 95%, 98% and 91%, respectively. Non-experienced operators are able to detect cardiac abnormalities with reasonable sensitivity and specificity. There was a significant difference in the diagnostic accuracy between experienced and inexperienced users in LV dilatation, LVEF (moderate/severe) and WMA. The diagnostic OR for LVEF (moderate/severe), LV dilatation and WMA in an experienced hand was 276 (95% CI 58 to 1320), 225 (95% CI 87 to 578) and 90 (95% CI 31 to 265), respectively, compared with 41 (95% CI 18 to 94), 45 (95% CI 16 to 123) and 28 (95% CI 20 to 41), respectively, for inexperienced users. CONCLUSION: This meta-analysis is the first to establish HUD as a powerful modality for predicting LV size and function. Experienced operators are able to accurately diagnose cardiac disease using HUD. A cautious, supervised approach should be implemented when imaging is performed by inexperienced users. This study provides a strong rationale for considering HUD as an auxiliary tool to phy

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Agostini D, Ananthasubramaniam K, Chandna H, Friberg L, Hudnut A, Koren M, Miyamoto MI, Senior R, Shah M, Travin MI, vom Dahl J, Chen K, Levy WCet al., 2021, Prognostic usefulness of planar I-123-MIBG scintigraphic images of myocardial sympathetic innervation in congestive heart failure: Follow-Up data from ADMIRE-HF, JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR CARDIOLOGY, Vol: 28, Pages: 1490-1503, ISSN: 1071-3581

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Chahal NS, Senior R, 2021, Severe Patient-Prosthesis Mismatch Compelling Entity or an Epiphenomenon of Low Flow?, CIRCULATION-CARDIOVASCULAR IMAGING, Vol: 14, ISSN: 1941-9651

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Lindner JR, Belcik T, Main ML, Montanaro A, Mulvagh SL, Olson J, Olyaei A, Porter TR, Senior Ret al., 2021, Expert Consensus Statement from the American Society of Echocardiography on Hypersensitivity Reactions to Ultrasound Enhancing Agents in Patients with Allergy to Polyethylene Glycol, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY, Vol: 34, Pages: 707-708, ISSN: 0894-7317

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Senior R, Lindner JR, Edvardsen T, Cosyns Bet al., 2021, Ultrasound contrast agent hypersensitivity in patients allergic to polyethylene glycol: position statement by the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging., Eur Heart J Cardiovasc Imaging

The Food and Drug Administration alert enhances our understanding of the mechanism of severe reactions to ultrasound-enhancing agents (UEAs). The known incidence of these reactions remains low and unchanged (1 in 10 000 administrations). Because the risk-to-benefit ratio for ultrasound contrast agents (UCAs) remains extremely low, we do not advise any changes to laboratory policy regarding indications for their use. The use of these agents should continue in situations where they have been shown to be impactful. Lipid-based UCAs (SonoVue and Luminity) are contraindicated in patients who have a history of prior hypersensitivity to these UEAs, to polyethylene glycol (PEG) (macrogol), or to PEG-containing products, such as certain bowel preps for colonoscopy or laxatives.

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Woodward W, Dockerill C, McCourt A, Upton R, O'Driscoll J, Balkhausen K, Chandrasekaran B, Firoozan S, Kardos A, Wong K, Woodward G, Sarwar R, Sabharwal N, Benedetto E, Spagou N, Sharma R, Augustine D, Tsiachristas A, Senior R, Leeson P, Boardman H, d'Arcy J, Abraheem A, Banypersad S, Boos C, Bulugahapitiya S, Butts J, Coles D, Easaw J, Hamdan H, Jamil-Copley S, Kanaganayagam G, Mwambingu T, Pantazis A, Papachristidis A, Rajani R, Rasheed MA, Razvi NA, Rekhraj S, Ripley DP, Rose K, Scheuermann-Freestone M, Schofield R, Sultan Aet al., 2021, Real-world performance and accuracy of stress echocardiography: the EVAREST observational multi-centre study., Eur Heart J Cardiovasc Imaging

AIMS: Stress echocardiography is widely used to identify obstructive coronary artery disease (CAD). High accuracy is reported in expert hands but is dependent on operator training and image quality. The EVAREST study provides UK-wide data to evaluate real-world performance and accuracy of stress echocardiography. METHODS AND RESULTS: Participants undergoing stress echocardiography for CAD were recruited from 31 hospitals. Participants were followed up through health records which underwent expert adjudication. Cardiac outcome was defined as anatomically or functionally significant stenosis on angiography, revascularization, medical management of ischaemia, acute coronary syndrome, or cardiac-related death within 6 months. A total of 5131 patients (55% male) participated with a median age of 65 years (interquartile range 57-74). 72.9% of studies used dobutamine and 68.5% were contrast studies. Inducible ischaemia was present in 19.3% of scans. Sensitivity and specificity for prediction of a cardiac outcome were 95.4% and 96.0%, respectively, with an accuracy of 95.9%. Sub-group analysis revealed high levels of predictive accuracy across a wide range of patient and protocol sub-groups, with the presence of a resting regional wall motion abnormalitiy significantly reducing the performance of both dobutamine (P < 0.01) and exercise (P < 0.05) stress echocardiography. Overall accuracy remained consistently high across all participating hospitals. CONCLUSION: Stress echocardiography has high accuracy across UK-based hospitals and thus indicates stress echocardiography is being delivered effectively in real-world practice, reinforcing its role as a first-line investigation in the assessment of patients with stable chest pain.

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Khattar RS, Senior R, 2021, Stress Echocardiography and Carotid Ultrasound: Combined Use for the Assessment of Coronary Artery Disease?, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY, Vol: 34, Pages: 625-628, ISSN: 0894-7317

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Reynolds HR, Picard MH, Spertus JA, Peteiro J, Lopez-Sendon JL, Senior R, El-Hajjar MC, Celutkiene J, Shapiro MD, Pellikka PA, Kunichoff DF, Anthopolos R, Alfakih K, Abdul-Nour K, Khouri M, Bershtein L, De Belder M, Poh KK, Beltrame JF, Min JK, Fleg JL, Li Y, Maron DJ, Hochman JSet al., 2021, Natural History of Patients with Ischemia and No Obstructive Coronary Artery Disease: The CIAO-ISCHEMIA Study., Circulation

Background: Ischemia with no obstructive coronary artery disease (INOCA) is common and has an adverse prognosis. We set out to describe the natural history of symptoms and ischemia in INOCA. Methods: CIAO-ISCHEMIA (Changes in Ischemia and Angina over One year in ISCHEMIA trial screen failures with INOCA) was an international cohort study conducted from 2014-2019 involving angina assessments (Seattle Angina Questionnaire [SAQ]) and stress echocardiograms 1-year apart. This was an ancillary study that included patients with history of angina who were not randomized in the ISCHEMIA trial. Stress-induced wall motion abnormalities were determined by an echocardiographic core laboratory blinded to symptoms, coronary artery disease (CAD) status and test timing. Medical therapy was at the discretion of treating physicians. The primary outcome was the correlation between changes in SAQ Angina Frequency score and change in echocardiographic ischemia. We also analyzed predictors of 1-year changes in both angina and ischemia, and compared CIAO participants with ISCHEMIA participants with obstructive CAD who had stress echocardiography before enrollment, as CIAO participants did. Results: INOCA participants in CIAO were more often female (66% of 208 vs. 26% of 865 ISCHEMIA participants with obstructive CAD, p<0.001), but the magnitude of ischemia was similar (median 4 ischemic segments [IQR 3-5] both groups). Ischemia and angina were not significantly correlated at enrollment in CIAO (p=0.46) or ISCHEMIA stress echocardiography participants (p=0.35). At 1 year, the stress echocardiogram was normal in half of CIAO participants and 23% had moderate or severe ischemia (≥3 ischemic segments). Angina improved in 43% and worsened in 14%. Change in ischemia over one year was not significantly correlated with change in angina (rho=0.029). Conclusions:Improvement in ischemia and improvement in angina were common in INOCA, but not correlated. Our INOCA cohort had a similar degree of

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Radhakrishnan A, Pickup LC, Price AM, Law JP, McGee KC, Fabritz L, Senior R, Steeds RP, Ferro CJ, Townend JNet al., 2021, Coronary microvascular dysfunction is associated with degree of anaemia in end-stage renal disease, BMC CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS, Vol: 21, ISSN: 1471-2261

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Saeed S, Vamvakidou A, Zidros S, Papasozomenos G, Lysne V, Khattar RS, Senior Ret al., 2021, Sex differences in transaortic flow rate and association with all-cause mortality in patients with severe aortic stenosis., Eur Heart J Cardiovasc Imaging

AIMS: It is not known whether transaortic flow rate (FR) in aortic stenosis (AS) differs between men and women, and whether the commonly used cut-off of 200 mL/s is prognostic in females. We aimed to explore sex differences in the determinants of FR, and determine the best sex-specific cut-offs for prediction of all-cause mortality. METHODS AND RESULTS: Between 2010 and 2017, a total of 1564 symptomatic patients (mean age 76 ± 13 years, 51% men) with severe AS were prospectively included. Mean follow-up was 35 ± 22 months. The prevalence of cardiovascular disease was significantly higher in men than women (63% vs. 42%, P < 0.001). Men had higher left ventricular mass and lower left ventricular ejection fraction compared to women (both P < 0.001). Men were more likely to undergo an aortic valve intervention (AVI) (54% vs. 45%, P = 0.001), while the death rates were similar (42.0% in men and 40.6% in women, P = 0.580). A total of 779 (49.8%) patients underwent an AVI in which 145 (18.6%) died. In a multivariate Cox regression analysis, each 10 mL/s decrease in FR was associated with a 7% increase in hazard ratio (HR) for all-cause mortality (HR 1.07; 95% CI 1.03-1.11, P < 0.001). The best cut-off value of FR for prediction of all-cause mortality was 179 mL/s in women and 209 mL/s in men. CONCLUSION: Transaortic FR was lower in women than men. In the group undergoing AVI, lower FR was associated with increased risk of all-cause mortality, and the optimal cut-off for prediction of all-cause mortality was lower in women than men.

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Bleakley C, Singh S, Garfield B, Morosin M, Surkova E, Mandalia MS, Dias B, Androulakis E, Price LC, McCabe C, Wort SJ, West C, Li W, Khattar R, Senior R, Patel BV, Price Set al., 2021, Right ventricular dysfunction in critically ill COVID-19 ARDS, International Journal of Cardiology, Vol: 327, Pages: 251-258, ISSN: 0167-5273

AIMS: Comprehensive echocardiography assessment of right ventricular (RV) impairment has not been reported in critically ill patients with COVID-19. We detail the specific phenotype and clinical associations of RV impairment in COVID-19 acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). METHODS: Transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) measures of RV function were collected in critically unwell patients for associations with clinical, ventilatory and laboratory data. RESULTS: Ninety patients (25.6% female), mean age 52.0 ± 10.8 years, veno-venous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (VVECMO) (42.2%) were studied. A significantly higher proportion of patients were identified as having RV dysfunction by RV fractional area change (FAC) (72.0%,95% confidence interval (CI) 61.0-81.0) and RV velocity time integral (VTI) (86.4%, 95 CI 77.3-93.2) than by tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion (TAPSE) (23.8%, 95 CI 16.0-33.9), RVS' (11.9%, 95% CI 6.6-20.5) or RV free wall strain (FWS) (35.3%, 95% CI 23.6-49.0). RV VTI correlated strongly with RV FAC (p ≤ 0.01). Multivariate regression demonstrated independent associations of RV FAC with NTpro-BNP and PVR. RV-PA coupling correlated with PVR (univariate p < 0.01), as well as RVEDAi (p < 0.01), and RVESAi (p < 0.01), and was associated with P/F ratio (p 0.026), PEEP (p 0.025), and ALT (p 0.028). CONCLUSIONS: Severe COVID-19 ARDS is associated with a specific phenotype of RV radial impairment with sparing of longitudinal function. Clinicians should avoid interpretation of RV health purely on long-axis parameters in these patients. RV-PA coupling potentially provides important additional information above standard measures of RV performance in this cohort.

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Lang NN, Ahmad FA, Cleland JG, O'Connor CM, Teerlink JR, Voors AA, Taubel J, Hodes AR, Anwar M, Karra R, Sakata Y, Ishihara S, Senior R, Khemka A, Prasad NG, DeSouza MM, Seiffert D, Ye JY, Kessler PD, Borentain M, Solomon SD, Felker GM, McMurray JJVet al., 2021, Haemodynamic effects of the nitroxyl donor cimlanod (BMS-986231) in chronic heart failure: a randomized trial, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HEART FAILURE, Vol: 23, Pages: 1147-1155, ISSN: 1388-9842

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Halliday B, Senior R, Pennell D, 2021, Assessing left ventricular systolic function – from ejection fraction to strain analysis, European Heart Journal, Vol: 42, Pages: 789-797, ISSN: 0195-668X

The measurement of left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) is a ubiquitous component of imaging studies used to evaluate patients with cardiac conditions and acts as an arbiter for many management decisions. This follows early trials investigating heart failure therapies which used a binary LVEF cut-off to select patients with the worst prognosis, who may gain the most benefit. Forty years on, the cardiac disease landscape has changed. LVEF is now a poor indicator of prognosis for many heart failure patients; specifically, for the half of patients with heart failure and truly preserved ejection fraction (HF-PEF). It is also recognised that LVEF may remain normal amongst patients with valvular heart disease who have significant myocardial dysfunction. This emphasises the importance of the interaction between LVEF and left ventricular geometry. Guidelines based on LVEF may therefore miss a proportion of patients who would benefit from early intervention to prevent further myocardial decompensation and future adverse outcomes. The assessment of myocardial strain, or intrinsic deformation, holds promise to improve these issues. The measurement of global longitudinal strain (GLS) has consistently been shown to improve the risk stratification of patients with heart failure and identify patients with valvular heart disease who have myocardial decompensation despite preserved LVEF and an increased risk of adverse outcomes. To complete the integration of GLS into routine clinical practice, further studies are required to confirm that such approaches improve therapy selection and accordingly, the outcome for patients.

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Surkova E, Segura T, Dimopoulos K, Bispo D, Flick C, West C, Babu-Narayan SV, Senior R, Gatzoulis MA, Li Wet al., 2021, Systolic dysfunction of the subpulmonary left ventricle is associated with the severity of heart failure in patients with a systemic right ventricle, International Journal of Cardiology, Vol: 324, Pages: 66-71, ISSN: 0167-5273

BACKGROUND: The study aimed to assess the relation between echocardiographic parameters of subpulmonary left ventricular (LV) size and function, and the severity of heart failure in patients with a systemic right ventricle (SRV). METHODS AND RESULTS: A total of 157 patients (89 post Mustard/Senning operations, 68 with congenitally corrected transposition of great arteries [ccTGA]) were included. The size and function of the SRV and subpulmonary LV were assessed on the most recent echocardiographic exam. Clinical data were collected from the electronic records. The majority (133, 84.7%) were in NYHA functional class 1-2. Median BNP concentration was 79.5[38.3-173.3] ng/l, and 100 (63.7%) patients were receiving heart failure therapy. Both LV and SRV fractional area change (FAC) differed significantly between patients with NYHA class 1-2 vs 3-4 (48[41.5-52.8]% vs 34[28.6-38.6]%, p < 0.0001 and 29.5[23-35]% vs 22[20-27]%, p < 0.0001, respectively), but LV FAC had a higher discriminative power for functional class >2 than SRV FAC (AUC 0.90, p < 0.0001 vs 0.79; p < 0.0001, respectively). A LV FAC cut-off value <39.2% had the highest accuracy in identifying patients with NYHA class 3-4 (sensitivity 83% and specificity 88%). In multivariable logistic regression analysis, LV FAC and SRV FAC independently associated to NYHA class 3-4 (OR 0.80 [95%CI 0.72-0.88], p < 0.0001 and OR 0.85 [95%CI 0.76-0.96], p = 0.007, respectively). CONCLUSIONS: Subpulmonary LV systolic dysfunction is associated with NYHA functional class 3-4 in patients with ccTGA or after Mustard or Senning operation. Careful evaluation of the subpulmonary LV should be a part of the routine assessment of patients with a SRV.

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Zhou X, Toulemonde M, Zhou X, Hansen-Shearer J, Senior R, Tang MXet al., 2021, Volumetric flow estimation in a coronary artery phantom using high frame rate contrast enhanced ultrasound, speckle decorrelation and Doppler flow direction detection, IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, ISSN: 0885-3010

Coronary flow reserve (CFR), relating to the volumetric flow rate, is an effective functional parameter to assess the stenosis in left anterior descending (LAD) coronary artery. We have recently proposed to use high frame rate (HFR) contrast enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) to estimate the volumetric flow rate using ultrasound speckle decorrelation (SDC) without any assumptions about the velocity profile. However, this method still has challenges in imaging deep and small vessels such as LAD. In this study we proposed to address the challenges and demonstrate the feasibility of volumetric flow rate measurement in a coronary mimicking phantom with pulsatile flow using a 1D array cardiac probe, vector Doppler and an optimal probe rotation/tilting for flow direction detection. Both simulations and in vitro experiments were conducted to validate the proposed method. It is shown that in-plane velocities estimated by vector Doppler under a 10-degree probe tilting resulted in smaller percentage error (+5.2%) in flow rate estimates than that in ultrasound imaging velocimetry (-20.2%) although their relative standard deviations were very close, being 2.6 ml/min and 2.8 ml/min, respectively. The flow rate estimated by SDC without direction detection had an error higher than 70%. A 10-degree tilting of the probe had the best results in flow rate estimation when compared to the 5 or 15-degree tilting. Realistic global motions in the LAD increased the flow rate estimation error from 5.2% to 14.2%. It is concluded that it is feasible to measure the volumetric flow rate in a coronary artery flow phantom with a conventional cardiac probe, using HFR acquisition, Doppler and SDC analysis. Potentially, this technique could also be applied to investigate the volumetric flow rate in other small vessels similar to the LAD.

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Yuan X, Castro Verdes M, Li W, Senior R, Nienaber Cet al., 2021, Aortic intervention guided by contrast-enhanced transoesophageal ultrasound while waiting for cardiac transplantation: a case report, European Heart Journal: Case Reports, Vol: 5, Pages: 1-1, ISSN: 2514-2119

Background: Aortic complications can occur during left ventricular assist devices (LVAD) insertion and its treatment remains challenging. Percutaneous aortic interventions can be an alternative to surgery in such high-risk cases. Case summary: We present a patient with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy and advanced heart failure requiring LVAD insertion as a bridge to transplant, who developed an aortic pseudoaneurysm below the anastomosis of the LVAD tube. He was treated by percutaneously coiling under contrast-enhanced transoesophageal echocardiographic (TOE) guidance and safely reached destination (heart transplantation) a year later. Discussion: LVADs provide haemodynamic support for patients with advanced heart failure waiting for heart transplantation. Although uncommon, aortic complications can develop after LVAD insertion and are life-threatening. Percutaneous aortic interventions are feasible in such cases to promote thrombosis and shrinkage of aneurysmal spaces, hence potentially reducing the risk of sudden death. Contrast-enhanced TOE can be easily and safely used to both monitor the intervention by improving anatomic target definition, guide and wire positioning, and assess early results.

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Ng M-Y, Tang HS, Fong LCW, Chan V, Senior R, Pennell DJet al., 2021, Invasive and Non-Invasive Imaging for Ischaemia with No Obstructive Coronary Artery Disease, Cardiovascular Imaging Asia, Vol: 5, Pages: 83-83, ISSN: 2508-707X

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Radhakrishnan A, Price AM, Pickup LC, Law JP, McGee KC, Fabritz L, Senior R, Steeds RP, Ferro CJ, Townend JNet al., 2020, Coronary flow velocity reserve and inflammatory markers in living kidney donors, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY, Vol: 320, Pages: 141-147, ISSN: 0167-5273

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Ahmadvazir S, Pradhan J, Khattar RS, Senior Ret al., 2020, Sex-based impact of carotid plaque in patients with chest pain undergoing stress echocardiography, HEART, Vol: 106, Pages: 1819-1823, ISSN: 1355-6037

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Vamvakidou A, Danylenko O, Pradhan J, Kelshiker M, Jones T, Whiteside D, Sethi A, Senior Ret al., 2020, Relative clinical value of coronary computed tomography and stress echocardiography-guided management of stable chest pain patients: a propensity-matched analysis., Eur Heart J Cardiovasc Imaging

AIMS: The European Society of Cardiology recommends coronary computed tomography (CCT) for the assessment of low-risk patients with suspected stable angina. We aimed to assess in a real-life setting the relative clinical value of stress echocardiography (SE)- and CCT-guided management in this population. METHODS AND RESULTS: Patients with stable chest pain and no prior history of coronary artery disease (CAD) who underwent CCT or SE as the initial investigative strategy were propensity-matched (990 patients each group-age: 59 ± 13.2 years, males: 47.9%) to account for baseline differences in cardiovascular risk factors. Inconclusive tests were 6% vs. 3% (P < 0.005) in CCT vs. SE. Severe (≥70% stenosis) on CCT and inducible ischaemia on SE detected obstructive CAD by invasive coronary angiography in 63% vs. 57% patients (P = 0.33). Over the follow-up period (median 717, interquartile range 93-1069 days) more patients underwent invasive coronary angiography (21.5% vs. 7.3%, P < 0.005), revascularization (7.3% vs. 3.5%, P < 0.005), further functional testing 33.4% vs. 8.7% (P < 0.005), but more patients were prescribed statins 8.8% vs. 3.8% (P < 0.005) in the CCT vs. the SE arm, respectively. Combined all-cause mortality and acute myocardial infarction was low-CCT-2.3% and SE-3.3%-with no significant difference (P = 0.16). CONCLUSION: Initial SE-guided management was similar for the detection of obstructive CAD, demonstrated better resource utilization, but was associated with reduced prescription of statins although with no difference in medium-term outcome compared to CCT in this very low-risk population. However, a randomized study with longer follow-up is needed to confirm the clinical value of our findings.

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Saeed S, Vamvakidou A, Yakupoglu HY, Senior R, Khattar RSet al., 2020, Demographic characteristics, aortic valve intervention rates and all-cause mortality in 4 flow-gradient sub-types of severe aortic stenosis, Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PRESS, Pages: 60-60, ISSN: 0195-668X

Conference paper

Vamvakidou A, Danylenko O, Pradhan J, Kelshiker M, Jones T, Whiteside D, Sethi A, Senior Ret al., 2020, Coronary computed tomography versus stress echocardiography-guided management of stable chest pain patients: a propensity matched analysis, Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PRESS, Pages: 11-11, ISSN: 0195-668X

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Chahal N, Senior R, 2020, Assessing systolic function in aortic stenosis: the earlier the better?, HEART, Vol: 106, Pages: 1200-1201, ISSN: 1355-6037

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Danylenko O, Surkova E, Senior R, Li Wet al., 2020, Unexpected mechanism of mitral regurgitation in a patient post ALCAPA repair: Added value of three-dimensional echocardiography, ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY-A JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR ULTRASOUND AND ALLIED TECHNIQUES, Vol: 37, Pages: 1315-1317, ISSN: 0742-2822

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Reynolds HR, Shaw LJ, Min JK, Spertus JA, Chaitman BR, Berman DS, Picard MH, Kwong RY, Bairey-Merz CN, Cyr DD, Lopes RD, Lopez-Sendon JL, Held C, Szwed H, Senior R, Gosselin G, Nair RG, Elghamaz A, Bockeria O, Chen J, Chernyavskiy AM, Bhargava B, Newman JD, Hinic SB, Jaroch J, Hoye A, Berger J, Boden WE, O'Brien SM, Maron DJ, Hochman JSet al., 2020, Association of Sex With Severity of Coronary Artery Disease, Ischemia, and Symptom Burden in Patients With Moderate or Severe Ischemia Secondary Analysis of the ISCHEMIA Randomized Clinical Trial, JAMA CARDIOLOGY, Vol: 5, Pages: 773-786, ISSN: 2380-6583

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Mushemi-Blake S, Surkova E, Hatipoglu S, Senior R, Li Wet al., 2020, Severe regurgitation of a double-orifice left atrioventricular valve in a patient with repaired atrioventricular septal defect: added value of 3D echocardiography, EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL-CARDIOVASCULAR IMAGING, Vol: 21, Pages: 814-814, ISSN: 2047-2404

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Nam MCY, Meneses AL, Byrne CD, Richman T, Quah JX, Bailey TG, Hickman I, Anstey C, Askew CD, Senior R, Stanton T, Russell AW, Greaves Ket al., 2020, An Experimental Series Investigating the Effects of Hyperinsulinemic Euglycemia on Myocardial Blood Flow Reserve in Healthy Individuals and on Myocardial Perfusion Defect Size following ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY, Vol: 33, Pages: 868-+, ISSN: 0894-7317

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