Jose Medina-Inojosa MD MSc

Assistant Professor of Epidemiology Mayo Clinic College of Medicine Researcher
Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences 2014-2016
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Medicine 2003-2010
Research
Cardiology
Healthcare
Preventive Medicine
Epidemiology
Pulmonary Disease

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Innovative Insights Into Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease: coronary artery calcification and beyond

October 30, 2022 American Heart Association

We have previously shown that ECG-derived age (ECG-Age) predicts all-cause and cardiovascular (CV) mortality, reflecting physiologic age. We hypothesized that ECG-Age minus chronological age (Age-Gap) would be associated with coronary artery calcium (CAC) assessed by computer tomography.

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A look into the future of exercise and cardiopulmonary fitness

October 30, 2022 American Heart Association

The physiological changes associated with aging have deleterious effects on cardiovascular function. In addition, increasing evidence showed the effect of exercise on improving cardiovascular health and reducing the aging process. The present study sought to demonstrate the association between exercise and biological age, estimated by our previously reported method using artificial intelligence-enabled electrocardiography (ECG).

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Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease: risk prediction, risk factors and risk patterns

October 30, 2022 American Heart Association

Newly developed Systematic Coronary Risk Evaluation-2 (SCORE-2) and the version for older people [(SCORE2-OP) ≥70 years] algorithms for 10-yr incident cardiovascular disease (CVD) have been derived incorporating European and US populations. Its performance has not been externally validated in community-based populations representative of real-world clinical practice.

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Next Steps in Hypertension Management

November 30, 2022 American Heart Association

We tested the hypothesis that BF content measured by air displacement plethysmography (Bod-Pod®) had a stronger association with prevalent hypertension (HTN), diabetes mellitus (DM) and dyslipidemia (DLP) when compared to BMI.

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Association Between Arrhythmia Burden During Clinical Exercise Testing and All-Cause Mortality

November 30, 2022 American Heart Association

Arrhythmias commonly occur during clinical exercise stress testing (EST), however there are limited data on prognostic significance, particularly differences between individuals with minor versus significant arrhythmia burden. We hypothesized that significant but not minor arrhythmia burden during EST would be predictive of future all-cause mortality.

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Social Disparities in Cardiometabolic Health in Czechia and Venezuela Using the Allostatic Load Model: Anna Polcrova

October 22, 2022 Oxford University Press

Subjects with lower socioeconomic status (SES) are exposed to higher levels of environmental stressors. The cumulative effects of chronic stressors on cardiometabolic health can be evaluated using the allostatic load (AL) score.

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