Richard A Kerensky,
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About Richard A Kerensky
Dr. Kerensky originally joined the Faculty at University of Florida in 1992. He was Professor of Medicine and director of interventional cardiology when he left the University in 2006 to start a C-PORT site in Thomasville, Georgia, to study the feasability of safely performing PCI without on-site cardiac surgery. He returned to the University of Florida in 2018 to rejoin the interventional section. He is active in the catheterization laboratory and co-director of the general fellowship program. He is very involved in conferences and teaching. He has previously been named cardiology teacher of the year by the fellows. He also will help to develop the sports cardiology program. He has a busy interventional and general cardiology clinic.
Cardiology Fellow – Faculty Teacher of the Year2004 · University of Florida
Cardiology Fellow – Faculty Teacher of the Year2002 · University of Florida
Cardiology Fellow – Faculty Teacher of the Year2001 · University of Florida
MDC7203 Senior Medicine Clerk
Cardiovascular DiseaseAmerican Board of Internal Medicine
Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal Medicine
Interventional CardiologyAmerican Board of Internal Medicine
- Interventional Cardiology
Areas of Interest
- Bicuspid aortic valve
- Cardiac catheterization
- Coronary Rotational Atherectomy
- Coronary angiography
- Coronary heart disease
- Coronary risk profile
- Marfan syndrome
- Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair (TEVAR)
Impact of the ABCD-GENE Score on Clopidogrel Clinical Effectiveness after PCI: A Multi-Site, Real-World Investigation.
Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics. 112(1):146-155 [DOI] 10.1002/cpt.2612. [PMID] 35429163.
Use of Multimodal Therapies to Treat Severe Orthostatic Hypotension From Autonomic Failure.
Cureus. 14(11) [DOI] 10.7759/cureus.31990. [PMID] 36457817.
Massive Tension Hemothorax After Pacemaker Implantation.
Cureus. 13(7) [DOI] 10.7759/cureus.16754. [PMID] 34513377.
Limitations of embolic protection in saphenous vein graft intervention: insights from 202 consecutive patients.
Journal of interventional cardiology. 22(3):240-6 [DOI] 10.1111/j.1540-8183.2009.00465.x. [PMID] 19490353.
Coronary microvascular reactivity is only partially predicted by atherosclerosis risk factors or coronary artery disease in women evaluated for suspected ischemia: results from the NHLBI Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation (WISE).
Clinical cardiology. 30(2):69-74 [PMID] 17326061.
Phytoestrogens and coronary microvascular function in women with suspected myocardial ischemia: a report from the Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation (WISE) Study.
Journal of women's health (2002). 16(4):481-8 [PMID] 17521251.
Regadenoson, a selective A2A adenosine receptor agonist, causes dose-dependent increases in coronary blood flow velocity in humans.
Journal of nuclear cardiology : official publication of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology. 14(4):514-20 [PMID] 17679059.
Impaired coronary vascular reactivity and functional capacity in women: results from the NHLBI Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation (WISE) Study.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 47(3 Suppl):S44-9 [PMID] 16458171.
Some thoughts on the vasculopathy of women with ischemic heart disease.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 47(3 Suppl):S30-5 [PMID] 16458168.
Abnormal coronary vasomotion as a prognostic indicator of cardiovascular events in women: results from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute-Sponsored Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation (WISE).
Circulation. 109(6):722-5 [PMID] 14970106.
Effect of recombinant ApoA-I Milano on coronary atherosclerosis in patients with acute coronary syndromes: a randomized controlled trial.
JAMA. 290(17):2292-300 [PMID] 14600188.
Pharmacologic plaque passivation for the reduction of recurrent cardiac events in acute coronary syndromes.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 41(4 Suppl S):23S-30S [PMID] 12644337.
Angiographic patterns and the natural history of the vulnerable plaque.
Progress in cardiovascular diseases. 44(5):339-47 [PMID] 12024332.
Mild renal insufficiency is associated with angiographic coronary artery disease in women.
Circulation. 105(24):2826-9 [PMID] 12070108.
Percutaneous coronary intervention versus medical therapy for coronary allograft vasculopathy. One center’s experience.
The Journal of heart and lung transplantation : the official publication of the International Society for Heart Transplantation. 21(8):860-6 [PMID] 12163085.
Revisiting the culprit lesion in non-Q-wave myocardial infarction. Results from the VANQWISH trial angiographic core laboratory.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 39(9):1456-63 [PMID] 11985907.
Systolic compression of the left anterior descending coronary artery: a case series, review of the literature, and therapeutic options including stenting.
Catheterization and cardiovascular interventions : official journal of the Society for Cardiac Angiography & Interventions. 56(1):58-63 [PMID] 11979535.
Abnormal coronary vasomotion in response to acetylcholine predicts increased cardiac events in women: Data from the NHLBI-sponsored Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation (WISE) study
Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 37(2)
Detailed angiographic analysis of women with suspected ischemic chest pain (pilot phase data from the NHLBI-sponsored Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation [WISE] Study Angiographic Core Laboratory).
The American journal of cardiology. 87(8):937-41; A3 [PMID] 11305981.
American College of Cardiology/ European Society of Cardiology international study of angiographic data compression phase I. The effects of lossy data compression on recognition of diagnostic features in digital coronary angiography.
European heart journal. 21(8):668-78 [PMID] 10731405.
American College of Cardiology/European Society of Cardiology International Study of Angiographic Data Compression Phase I: The effect of lossy data compression on recognition of diagnostic features in digital coronary angiography.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 35(5):1370-9 [PMID] 10758987.
Coronary flow velocity response to adenosine characterizes coronary microvascular function in women with chest pain and no obstructive coronary disease. Results from the pilot phase of the Women’s Ischemia Syndrome Evaluation (WISE) study.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 33(6):1469-75 [PMID] 10334410.
Effect of theophylline on the warm-up phenomenon.
The American journal of cardiology. 84(9):1077-80, A9 [PMID] 10569667.
Factors influencing clinical outcomes after revascularization in the asymptomatic cardiac ischemia pilot (ACIP). ACIP Study Group.
Journal of cardiac surgery. 14(1):1-8 [PMID] 10678439.
Worse six-month outcome for patients with multiple stents in a single coronary artery.
The Journal of invasive cardiology. 11(9):549-54 [PMID] 10745594.
Ischemic preconditioning: clinical relevance and investigative studies.
Clinical cardiology. 20(7):602-6 [PMID] 9220175.
Myocardial infarction related atrial fibrillation: role of endogenous adenosine.
Heart (British Cardiac Society). 78(1):88-90 [PMID] 9290409.
Coronary artery obstruction caused by perivalvular abscess in aortic valve endocarditis.
American heart journal. 131(2):413-6 [PMID] 8579047.
Differential antagonism of cardiac actions of adenosine by theophylline.
Cardiovascular research. 32(5):839-45 [PMID] 8944814.
Echocardiographic assessment of wall motion in ST-segment alternans during coronary angioplasty.
Clinical cardiology. 19(9):749-50 [PMID] 8874996.
Lysis of intravascular thrombus prior to coronary stenting using the dispatch infusion catheter.
Catheterization and cardiovascular diagnosis. 38(4):410-4 [PMID] 8853154.
Selective attenuation by N-0861 (N6-endonorboran-2-yl-9-methyladenine) of cardiac A1 adenosine receptor-mediated effects in humans.
Circulation. 93(10):1871-6 [PMID] 8635266.
Venous activated clotting time after intra-arterial heparin: effect of site of administration and timing of sampling.
Catheterization and cardiovascular diagnosis. 37(2):151-3 [PMID] 8808070.
Antegrade filling of an occluded right coronary artery via collaterals from a separate conus artery, a previously undescribed collateral pathway.
The Journal of invasive cardiology. 7(7):218-20 [PMID] 10155110.
Decrease in hematocrit after coronary stent placement and dextran therapy.
The American journal of cardiology. 76(4):314-5 [PMID] 7542431.
Late discovery of cor triatriatum as a result of unilateral pulmonary venous obstruction.
American heart journal. 130(3 Pt 1):624-7 [PMID] 7661088.
The effects of intracoronary adenosine on preconditioning during coronary angioplasty.
Clinical cardiology. 18(2):91-6 [PMID] 7720296.
Adenosine blockade as primary therapy for ischemia-induced accelerated idioventricular rhythm: rationale and potential clinical application.
American heart journal. 128(1):185-8 [PMID] 8017274.
Constrictor and dilator responses to intracoronary acetylcholine in adjacent segments of the same coronary artery in patients with coronary artery disease. Endothelial function revisited.
Circulation. 89(1):45-51 [PMID] 8281679.
Potential therapeutic implications of the phenomenon of ischemic preconditioning of the myocardium: lessons from the animal and catheterization laboratories.
The American journal of cardiology. 74(12):1270-1 [PMID] 7977104.
Acute myocardial infarction.
Current Opinion in Cardiology. 7:602-608
Complete revascularization: PTCA vs. CABG
Cause of acute myocardial infarction after successful coronary angioplasty.
The American journal of cardiology. 68(9):967-70 [PMID] 1927962.
Effect of alteration in loading conditions on both normal and abnormal patterns of left ventricular filling in healthy individuals.
The American journal of cardiology. 65(5):377-82 [PMID] 2137281.
Fellowship – Cardiology1988-1992 · North Carolina Baptist Hospital
Residency – Internal Medicine1986-1988 · North Carolina Baptist Hospital
Medical Degree1986 · University of Florida
Internship – Internal Medicine1985-1986 · North Carolina Baptist Hospital
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