Quality Assurance Director For Interventional Cardiology
Program Director, Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship | Medical Director, CPRU | QI Officer, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Education and Training
BS, Biomedical Engineering; Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD
MD, University of Virginia School of Medicine; Charlottesville, VA
Residency, Internal Medicine; Yale-New Haven Hospital; New Haven, CT
Fellowship, Cardiovascular Disease; University of Maryland Medical Center; Baltimore, MD
Fellowship, Interventional Cardiology; University of Maryland Medical Center; Baltimore, MD
left atrial appendage ligation hybrid coronary revascularization optic coherence tomography
The Lariat for Left Atrial Appendage Closure: Rehash of Known Literature or a True Analysis?
Srivastava MC, See VY.
JAMA Intern Med. 2015 Nov;175(11):1868-9. doi: 10.1001/jamainternmed.2015.5399.
A review of the LARIAT device: insights from the cumulative clinical experience.
Srivastava MC, See VY, Dawood MY, Price MJ.
Springerplus. 2015 Sep 17;4:522. doi: 10.1186/s40064-015-1289-8. eCollection 2015. Review.
Robotically assisted hybrid coronary revascularization: does sequence of intervention matter?
Srivastava MC, Vesely MR, Lee JD, Lehr EJ, Wehman B, Bonaros N, Schachner T, Friedrich GJ, Zimrin DA, Bonatti JO.
Innovations (Phila). 2013 May-Jun;8(3):177-83. doi: 10.1097/IMI.0b013e3182a2503a.
Veno-venous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation bridging to pharmacotherapy in pulmonary arterial hypertensive crisis.
Srivastava MC, Ramani GV, Garcia JP, Griffith BP, Uber PA, Park MH.
J Heart Lung Transplant. 2010 Jul;29(7):811-3. doi: 10.1016/j.healun.2010.02.005. Epub 2010 Apr 22.
Dr. Srivastava’s research interests focus on the use of optic coherence tomography (OCT) imaging for the evaluation of coronary microvasculature in patients who have undergone cardiac transplant and are being evaluated for transplant vasculopathy. Another area of interest is the evaluation of left atrial appendage morphology by computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) along with stroke risk correlation, specifically in women.
Dr. Srivastava’s clinical interests include coronary interventions, spanning radial angiography and intervention, plaque modification utilizing rotational atherectomy, and mechanical support devices. She is also interested in structural heart interventions including left atrial appendage ligation and left ventricular remodeling devices such as the Parachute device. She has an office and hospital-based practice at the University of Maryland Cardiology Practice in Westminster, MD. Through involvement in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine’s quality program, she is involved with quality initiatives in the cardiac inpatient services and interventional cardiology and electrophysiology procedural areas.