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Eric Fenstad

Mayo Clinic, Rochester

Medical Degree

University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Residency

Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education

Fellowship

Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education

Clinical Specialties & Interests
Cardiology: General Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Imaging, Echocardiography, Exercise Physiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation

Publications and Presentations
Loey's-Dietz syndrome Liang, J. J.,Fenstad, E. R.; Acute Card Care. 2014 Apr 12. Loey's-Dietz syndrome
Increase in pulmonary arterial pressure after artial fibrillation ablation: incidence and associated findings, Witt, C. M.,Fenstad, E. R.,Cha, Y. M.,Kane, G. C.,Kushwaha, S. S.,Hodge, D. O.,Asirvatham, S. J.,Oh, J. K.,Packer, D. L.,Powell, B. D.; J Interv Card Electrophysiol. 2014 Feb 18.

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Courses

  • Cardiology Clinical Vignettes Clinical vignettes comprise of case studies and provide clinical teachings on various treatments, patient care, and medical understanding of pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary arterial hypertension. Each case study is followed by a post-test question to demonstrate knowledge acquisition. This module is targeted towards cardiologists.
  • Psychosocial Clinical Vignettes Clinical vignettes comprise of case studies and provide clinical teachings on various treatments, patient care, and medical understanding of pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary arterial hypertension. Each case study is followed by a post-test question to demonstrate knowledge acquisition. This module is discusses the psychosocial needs of patients with PAH.

Journal Articles

  • Conference Abstracts A total of 69 abstracts were presented during the poster sessions at the Conference.The winning abstracts in Basic Science and Clinical Science werepresented as oral abstracts during the scientific sessions and are included in this issue of Advances.
  • Pulmonary Hypertension and Palliative Care: What, When, Where, and Why? Communication with patients who have PH can be delicate and requires an understanding of the disease’s process, trajectory, and prognosis. PC teams possess communication skills that may benefit patients and providers with QOL optimization, delivery of difficult news, advanced care planning, and shared decision-making.
  • Puzzling Etiology of Pulmonary Hypertension Resolved Section editor's note: Welcome to a new section in Advances titled “Pulmonary Hypertension Grand Rounds” (PHGR), which we are introducing in this issue. With this addition, Advances in PH offers a unique opportunity for trainees and junior faculty interested in PH.

Presentations