Wayne State University

Aim Higher

School of Medicine

Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program

Fellows starting July 1, 2016 in the Interventional Fellowship Program:

Agei Enoh, M.D. 

Ashraf Mostafa, M.D. 

Osama Qaqi, M.D. 

Setu Trivedi, M.D. 

 

Program Experience
Fellows have clinical experiences that provide the opportunity to acquire knowledge of the indications, contraindications, risks, limitations, sensitivity, specificity, predictive accuracy and appropriate techniques for evaluating patients with a variety of cardiac disease disorders, including but not limited to:

  • Chronic ischemic heart disease
  • Acute ischemic syndromes
  • Valvular heart disease
  • Peripheral arterial and carotid disease

Fellows have the opportunity to acquire experience in the management of the bleeding complications associated with percutaneous intervention, including, but not limited to:

  • Bleeding after thrombolytic usage
  • Direct (heparin) and indirect (bivalirudin) usage
  • Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa inhibitor usage
  • Fellows have clinical experiences involving
  • Consultation
  • Care of patients in the cardiac care unit, emergency department, or other intensive care settings
  • Care of the patient before and after interventional procedures
  • Outpatient follow-up of patients treated with drugs, interventions, devices, or surgery
  • Non-invasive assessment of coronary, valvular, and peripheral arterial disease

Recognition and Awards

  • The fellowship program director was recognized as "Teacher of the Year, 2005" by the residents and fellows of the class of 2005.
  • Reported Multi-center CASES, carotid registry.
  • Home of hyperoxic therapy for acute myocardial infarction.

Application Information

  • Applications are mailed out upon request.
  • Each application must be submitted with the following documentation: Curriculum vitae, personal statement, copy of MD diploma, copy of ECFMG or USMLE certificate, copy of ECFMG or USMLE scores, and copy of visa card (if applicable).