Steven P Sedlis

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Steven Sedlis

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine
Medicine

Contact Info

Address
560 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/951-3335

Education

1978-1980 — Bellevue Hospital Center (Medicine), Residency Training

Research Summary

The New York Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center is one of the largest referral centers for cardiac surgery and angioplasty in the VA system. Steven P. Sedlis, M.D. is actively involved in VA cooperative studies and industry sponsored clinical trials. Currently Dr. Sedlis is evaluating angioplasty versus surgery in high risk patients, a trial of aspirin versus coumadin as secondary prevention of post-myocardial infarction, and a study of racial differences in the performance of cardiac procedures.

Dr. Sedlis is also interested in clinical studies related to an interest in myocardial phospholipids.

Representative

Research Interests

Myocardial Infarction; CDH

The assessment of thrombotic markers utilizing ionic versus non-ionic contrast during coronary angiography and intervention trial
Shah, Binita; Berger, Jeffrey S; Allen, Nicole; Guo, Yu; Sedlis, Steven P; Xu, Jinfeng; Perez, Adriana; Attubato, Michael; Slater, James; Feit, Frederick
2016-01-18; 1522-726x,Catheterization & cardiovascular interventions - id: 1912822, year: 2016 JOURNAL ARTICLE

Prevalence of unrecognized diabetes, prediabetes and metabolic syndrome in patients undergoing elective percutaneous coronary intervention
Balakrishnan, Revathi; Berger, Jeffrey S; Tully, Lisa; Vani, Anish; Shah, Binita; Burdowski, Joseph; Fisher, Edward; Schwartzbard, Arthur; Sedlis, Steven; Weintraub, Howard; Underberg, James A; Danoff, Ann; Slater, James A; Gianos, Eugenia
2015-03-08; 1520-7552,Diabetes/metabolism research & reviews - id: 1480312, year: 2015 JOURNAL ARTICLE

Validation of the Appropriate Use Criteria for Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in Patients With Stable Coronary Artery Disease (from the COURAGE Trial)
Bradley, Steven M; Chan, Paul S; Hartigan, Pamela M; Nallamothu, Brahmajee K; Weintraub, William S; Sedlis, Steven P; Dada, Marcin; Maron, David J; Kostuk, William J; Berman, Daniel S; Teo, Koon K; Mancini, G B John; Boden, William E; Spertus, John A
2015-05-18; 1879-1913,American journal of cardiology - id: 1579082, year: 2015 JOURNAL ARTICLE

Coronary artery disease and the obesity paradox: A pilot study to evaluate the role of myocardial scar
Charles, S; McDonald, D M; Sedlis, S; Donnino, R
2015-05-04; 0735-1097,Journal of the American College of Cardiology - id: 1561062, year: 2015

Impact of colchicine use on the development of incident coronary artery disease
Jeurling, S; Crittenden, D; Fisher, M C; Shah, B; Sedlis, S P; Tenner, C T; Samuels, S K; Pillinger, M H
2016-01-13; 2326-5191,Arthritis & rheumatology - id: 1904142, year: 2015