About Paul R Pagley
Dr. Paul Pagley comes to Austin from New Castle, Pennsylvania. After completing his undergraduate degree at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, he received his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Post-graduate training began with an Internal Medicine residency at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester, Massachusetts, followed by a cardiology fellowship at the University of Virginia Health Systems in Charlottesville, Virginia. He is American Board of Internal Medicine certified in both Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease, and specializes in Nuclear Cardiology.
Clinical and Nuclear Cardiology
- American Society of Echocardiography
Dr. Paul Pagley: December 20, KXAN News - Holiday stress and booze spark uptick in heart conditions, doctors say
Dr. Paul Pagley: TWC News - CardioMems
Monday, September 29, KVUE - New heart failure sensor implanted in Austin man
Friday, September 26, KEYE - Austin Hospital Offering New Way to Manage Heart Disease
Dr. Kunjan Bhatt: Tuesday, June 17; KVUE - Aspirin benefits for heart attack debated in FDA report
Dr. Paul Pagley: Thursday September 11, KVUE - Teen sleep patterns require later school starts
- Pagley PR, Beller GA, Watson DD, Gimple LW, Ragosta M; Improved early and late outcome after coronary bypass surgery in patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy and residual myocardial viability. Circulation; 96: 793-800, 8/97
- Pagley PR, Yarzebski J, Goldberg R, Chen Z, Chiriboga D, Dalen P, Gurwitz J, Alpert JS, Gore JM. Gender differences in the treatment of patients with acute myocardial infarction. A Multihospital, community-based perspective. Achives of Internal Medicine; 153 (5): 625-9, 3/93
- Pagley PR, Goldberg R. Coronary artery disease in women: a population-based perspective. Cardiology. 86 (4): 265-9, 1995.
- Yarzebski J, Col N, Pagley PR, Savageau J, Gore JM, Goldberg R. Gender differences and factors associated with receipt of thrombolytic therapy in patients with acute myocardial infarction: a community-wide perspective. American Heart Journal; 131 (1): 43-50, 1/96
- Pagley PR, Beller GA, Watson DD, Gimple LW, Ragosta M. Extent of myocardial viability by resting thallium-201 scintigraphy determines early surgical outcome in ischemic cardiomyopathy. Circulation; 92 (Supplement 1): I-522, 10/95.
- Pagley PR, Beller GA, Watson DD, Gimple LW, Ragosta M. Long-term out come after bypass surgery is better in patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy who have viability. Journal of the American College of Cardiology; 27 (Supplement A): 299A, 2/96.
- Pagley PR, Nath SR, Beller GA, Watson DD, Gimple LW, Ragosta M. Residual viability is associated with favorable parameters on the signal-averaged electrocardiogram in patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy. Circulation; 94 (Supplement 1): I-303, 10/96
- Gruver C, Dent J, Sklenar J, Pagley PR, Kaul S. Who should order an echocardiogram? Circulation; 94 (Supplement 1): I-49, 10/96.
Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester, MA
University of Virginia Health Sciences center, Charlottesville, VA
Certifications & Memberships
Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Nuclear Cardiology
3801 N Lamar St
Austin, TX 78756
Phone: (512) 206-3600
Fax: (512) 206-3604
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