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Our mission is to provide a collaborative environment and educational opportunities for physicians, scientists, nurses, and medical professionals to discuss and teach advanced techniques, improve...Read More
Our mission is to provide a collaborative environment and educational opportunities for physicians, scientists, nurses, and medical professionals to discuss and teach advanced techniques, improve clinical knowledge, and enhance the ability to provide excellent patient care, which ultimately improves patient health outcomes. To that end, the education program has strived to meet this goal educating and training the local, regional, and national medical community on the most recent advancements in medical science and research.
Dr. Tony Das, MD is a nationally recognized board-certified interventional cardiology specialist who graduated from...
Dr. Tony Das, MD is a nationally recognized board-certified interventional cardiology specialist who graduated from Baylor Medical School in 1990, Harvard Mass General Hospital Internship/Residency in 1993 and Texas Heart Institute Fellowship in 1996 and has been practicing in Dallas since 1996. Dr. Tony S. Das is one the first cardiologists in Dallas to specifically obtain board certification in Endovascular Interventions for peripheral vascular disease through the SVMB (Society of Vascular Medicine). Specializing in minimally invasive, non-surgical therapy for heart and peripheral vascular disease, he has advanced training in coronary stents, vascular and carotid artery stents, abdominal aneurysm stent-grafts and structural heart conditions such as aortic stenosis with TAVR. Recently Dr. Das has been leading initiatives to create national programs to incorporate remote monitoring for cardiovascular patients using wearable watch devices that record vital signs, heart rhythms, coronary disease and heart failure. These remote physiologic monitors reduce patient hospitalizations and improve care with less office visits which is a trend in innovation in cardiovascular care being led by Dr. Das. Dr. Das serves on the advisory council for several cardiovascular and digital health companies, is actively involved in clinical research, and is a reviewer for several cardiac and vascular journals. His research studies involve evaluating drug-eluting stents, new wires for opening chronic occlusions, carotid stent therapy and laser technology for treating long SFA occlusions and below-the-knee vascular disease to name a few. Dr. Das has published over 50 peer reviewed articles and teaches at national and international vascular conferences regularly.
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