OLUSEGUN A. OYENUGA, MD, FACC, FHRS

Board Certified Electrophysiologist

Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

General Cardiology

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Dr. Olusegun Oyenuga is one of our newest members at HeartPlace Dallas. He is a board-certified electrophysiologist. He specializes in heart rhythm and conduction disorders. Dr. Oyenuga graduated medical school from the University of Ibadan in Nigeria. He then went on to complete his residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in McKeesport, Pennsylvania and both his fellowships at the University of Chicago in Illinois. Dr. Oyenuga treats many different kinds of cardiac arrhythmias. He services many other areas of Dallas, TX as well including Richardson, Mesquite, and Plano, TX.

ABOUT DR. OYENUGA:

BOARD CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology

  • Cardiovascular Disease

HOSPITALS:

CLINIC LOCATIONS:

HeartPlace Dallas

Fax: (844) 289-7691

7777 Forest Lane

Suite A-341

Dallas, TX 75230

EDUCATION:

  • Fellowship, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology: University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, (2013-2015)

  • Fellowship, Cardiology: University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, (2011-2014)

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Cardiology: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, (2009-2011)

  • Chief Resident, Internal Medicine:  University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, McKeesport, Pennsylvania, (2008-2009)

  • Residency, Internal Medicine: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, McKeesport, Pennsylvania, (2006-2009)

  • Internship, Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, and Obstetrics and Gynecology: University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria, Africa, (2003-2004)

  • Medical School, MD Degree:  University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo, Nigeria, (2002)

  • National Diploma: Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, Nigeria, Africa, Major: Electrical/Electronic Engineering, (1995)

HONORS/AWARDS:

  • Guardian Angel Award – University Medical Center Foundation ( 2018) 

  • Best Abstract (Fellow) - Department of Medicine, University of Chicago Research Day (2012) 

  • Best Research: Fellow-In-Training Research Day, American College of Cardiology (Illinois Chapter) (2012) 

  • Clinical Cardiology Minority Travel Grant, American Heart Association (AHA) (2011) 

  • Editorial Team Selection: One of the Must-Read Papers in Noninvasive Cardiac Imaging of the Month, ThePreparedMinds.com (2010)

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:

  • Heart Rhythm Society, 2012 - Present.

  • Heart Rhythm Society, Fellow, 2017 - Present. 

  • Heart Rhythm Society, Associate, 2012 - 2017. 

  • American College of Cardiology, 2010 - Present.

  • American College of Cardiology, Fellow, 2017 - Present. 

  • American College of Cardiology, Associate, 2010 - 2017.

PUBLICATIONS/MEDIA:

Articles and Case Reports

Peer Reviewed ​

  • Orellana-Barrios M, Sotello Aviles DA, Oyenuga O, Nugent KM. Implantable cardiac defibrillator infections: The emerging importance of Mycobacterium fortuitum. BMJ Case Rep., September 2017. PubMed Central ID Number: 28928258.

  • Adegunsoye A, Levy M, Oyenuga O. Novel therapeutic strategies for reducing right heart failure associated mortality in fibrotic lung diseases. BioMed Research International 16, 2015.

  • Onishi T, Onishi T, Marek JJ, Ahmed M, Haberman SC, Oyenuga O, Adelstein E, Schwartzman D, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Mechanistic features associated with improvement in mitral regurgitation after cardiac resynchronization therapy and their relation to long-term patient outcome. Circ Heart Fail, 6(4): 685-93, July 2013. PubMed Central ID Number: 23733917.

  • Saba S, Marek J, Schwartzman D, Jain S, Adelstein E, White P, Oyenuga O, Onishi T, Soman P, Gorcsan J. Echocardiography-guided left ventricular lead placement for cardiac resynchronization therapy: results of the Speckle Tracking Assisted Resynchronization Therapy for Electrode Region trial. Circ Heart Fail, 6(3): 427-34, May 2013. PubMed Central ID Number: 23476053.

  • Saba S, Schwartzman D, Jain S, Adelstein E, Marek J, White P, Oyenuga O, Soman P, Gorcsan J. Late breaking clinical trials HRS 2012: A prospective randomized controlled study of Echocardiographic-guided Lead Placement for Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy: Results of the STARTER trial. Heart Rhythm Journal, 9(9): 1581-1582, 2012.

  • Hara H, Oyenuga O, Tanaka H, Adelstein EC, Onishi T, McNamara DM, Schwartzman D, Saba S, Gorcsan J. The relationship of QRS morphology and mechanical dyssynchrony to long-term outcome following cardiac resynchronization therapy. Eur. Heart J., 33(21): 2680-91, November 2012. PubMed Central ID Number: 22351700.

  • Oyenuga O, Onishi T, Gorcsan J. A practical approach to imaging dyssynchrony for cardiac resynchronization therapy. Heart Fail Rev, 16(4): 397-410, June 2011. PubMed Central ID Number: 21152974.

  • Gorcsan J, Oyenuga O, Habib PJ, Tanaka H, Adelstein EC, Hara H, McNamara DM, Saba S. Relationship of echocardiographic dyssynchrony to long-term survival after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, 122(19): 1910-8, November 2010. PubMed Central ID Number: 20975000.

  • Tanaka H, Nesser H-J, Buck T, Oyenuga O, Jánosi RA, Winter S, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Dyssynchrony by speckle-tracking echocardiography and response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy: Results of the Speckle Tracking and Resynchronization (STAR) study. Eur. Heart J., 31(14): 1690-700, July 2010. PubMed Central ID Number: 20530502.

  • Oyenuga O, Hara H, Tanaka H, Kim H-N, Adelstein EC, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Usefulness of echocardiographic dyssynchrony in patients with borderline QRS duration to assist with selection for Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. JACC Cardiovasc Imaging, 3(2): 132-40, February 2010. PubMed Central ID Number: 20159638

  • Odelola A, Oyenuga O, Ibrahim O, Onasanya O. Gestational trophoblastic disease. Dokita, 28(Reproductive Health Edition 2001): 47-51, 2001.

Abstracts

Peer Reviewed

  • Beaser AD, Cunnane RT, Ewulonu N, Moss JD, Burke MC, Vatterott PJ, Upadhyay GA, Broman MT, Oyenuga O, Green JJ, Ringwala S, Nayak HM. Degree of ICD lead adherence as assessed by intravascular ultrasound predicts difficulty of extraction. Heart Rhythm Journal, 12(5): AB08-05, May 2015.

  • Sparano DM, Ericson K, Cunnane R, Oyenuga O, Sheth H, Burke M, Moss J, Nayak H. Early re-implantation after infected cardiac implantable electronic device extraction is safe and reduces length of stay. Hearth Rhythm Journal, (11): PO03-49, 2014.

  • Oyenuga O, Shin JH, Cunnane R, Sparano DM, Sheth H, Nayak HN, Burke M, Moss JD. Prognostic implicaton of tricuspid regurgitation after cardiac resynchronization therapy in preventing progression of heart failure. Hearth Rhythm Journal, (11): PO04-181, 2014.

  • Cunnane R, Das A, Moss JD, Nayak HM, Oyenuga O, Sheth H, Sparano DM, Burke M. Single chest X-ray versus multi-angled fluoroscopy in identifying structural abnormalities in riata leads. Heart Rhythm Journal, (11): PO06-27, 2014.

  • Marek J, Saba S, Schwartzman D, Jain S, Adelstein EC, Oyenuga O, Onishi T, Gorcsan J. Echo-Guided Lead Placement benefits patients with QRS durations < 150 ms: Results from STARTER randomized controlled trial. Circulation, (126): A11933, 2012.

  • Oyenuga O, Onishi T, Onishi T, Haberman SC, Adelstein EC, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Acute reduction in mechanical dyssynchrony by speckle tracking strain after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy is associated with long term outcome. Circulation, (124): A11337, 2011.

  • Hara H, Oyenuga O, Adelstein EC, Schwartzman D, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Electrical reverse remodeling associated with improvements in mechanical dyssynchrony and ventricular function after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, (124): A11865, 2011.

  • Onishi T, Saha SK, Ludwig D, Onishi T, Oyenuga O, Schelbert EB, Schwartzman D, Gorcsan J. Global circumferential strain from routine cardiac magnetic resonance image analysis using a novel off-line approach: Comparison with echocardiographic strain and left ventricular ejection fraction. Circulation, (124): A11953, 2011.

  • Hara H, Oyenuga O, Tanaka H, Adelstein EC, McNamara D, Schwartzman D, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Impact of mechanical dyssynchrony on long term outcome in patients with non left bundle branch block after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, (124): A11834, 2011.

  • Onishi T, Onishi T, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Mitral regurgitation with mechanical dyssynchrony as a substrate associated with long-term survival after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, (124): A9973, 2011.

  • Onishi T, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Onishi T, Adelstein EC, Saba S, Gorcsan J. The WISE Score: A new index for predicting outcome after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy using simple clinical data. Circulation, (124): A11338, 2011.

  • Onishi T, Haberman SC, Oyenuga O, Onishi T, Tanaka T, Simon M, Champion H, Gorcsan J. Three dimensional speckle tracking strain evaluation of right ventricular mechanics in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension. Circulation, (124): A11360, 2011.

  • Oyenuga O, Onishi T, Onishi T, Haberman SC, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Association of radial dyssynchrony assessed by six-segment standard deviation and long term outcome following Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am Soc of Echocardiolography, (24): B37, May 2011.

  • Onishi T, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Onishi T, Adelstein EC, McNamara DM, Gorcsan J. Associations of gender and degree of ventricular dilatation of long term survival after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am Soc Echocardiolography, (24): B38, May 2011.

  • Haberman SC, Oyenuga O, Adelstein EC, Johnson L, Kim HN, Shroff S, Gorcsan J. The usefulness of a novel automated echocardiographic image analysis program to quantify dyssynchrony and predict long term survival after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am Soc of Echocardiolography, (24): B37, May 2011.

  • Onishi T, Onishi T, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, McNamara D, Gorcsan III J. Acute reduction in mitral regurgitation after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy is associated with favorable long term outcome. J Am College of Cardiology, (57): E350, April 2011.

  • Onishi T, Onishi T, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Saba S, Gorcsan III J. Acute reduction in post-systolic shortening velocity is associated with response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am College of Cardiology, (57): E866, April 2011.

  • Hara H, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Adelstein EC, Saba S, Gorcsan III J. Impact of baseline QRS morphology combined with mechanical dyssynchrony on long-term survival after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am College of Cardiology, (57): E99, April 2011.

  • Onishi T, Habib P, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Onishi T, Adelstein E, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Impact of left ventricular volumes on survival following Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy in patients with and without ischemic disease. J Am College of Cardiology, (57): E344, April 2011.

  • Onishi T, Onishi T, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Predictors of improvement in mitral regurgitation in heart failure patients following Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am Society of Echocardiolography, (24): B39, April 2011.

  • Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Onishi T, Onishi T, Adelstein W, Saba S, Gorcsan III J. Which echocardiographic marker of left ventricular response predicts long term survival after resynchronization therapy? J Am College of Cardiology, (57): E102, April 2011.

  • Oyenuga O, Habib PJ, Bachman T, Severyn D, Simon M, McNamara DM, Kormos R, Gorcsan J. Global circumferential strain predicts left ventricular recovery in heart failure patients on mechanical circulatory support. Circulation, (122): 15965, 2010.

  • Haberman SC, Habib PJ, Oyenuga O, Tanaka H, Adelstein E, Gorcsan J. Echocardiographic dyssynchrony by tissue doppler, speckle tracking and routine pulsed doppler are additive to predict survival following Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, (122): A12662, November 2010.

  • Oyenuga O, Habib HJ, Haberman SC, Tanaka H, Adelstein E, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Echocardiographic yu index along with degree of QRS widening predicts survival following Cardiac Resynchronization. Circulation, (122): A13016, November 2010.

  • Habib PJ, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Tanaka H, Adelstein E, Gorcsan J. QRS duration and radial dyssynchrony are associated with survival in patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy undergoing Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, (122): A12345, November 2010.

  • Habib PJ, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Tanaka H, Adelstein E, Onishi T, Gorcsan J. The degree of baseline radial dyssynchrony predicts long-term survival following Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, (122): A12369, November 2010.

  • Tanaka H, Oyenuga O, Habib P, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Association of short-term improvement in left ventricular torsion by Echocardiographic Speckle-Tracking with long-term outcome after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am Soc of Echocardiolography, (23): B15, May 2010.

  • Habib PJ, Oyenuga O, Tanaka H, Haberman SC, Adelstein E, Gorcsan J. Novel transverse speckle tracking dyssynchrony predicts response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am Society of Echocardiolography, (23): B16, May 2010.

  • Oyenuga O, Habib P, Tanaka H, Adelstein E, Gorcsan J. Speckle tracking echocardiographic radial strain predicts survival in patients with narrower QRS duration following Cardiac Resynchronization. J Am Soc of Echocardiolography, (23): B15, May 2010.

  • Tanaka H, Oyenuga O, Habib P, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Three-dimensional speckletracking radial strain predicts ejection fraction response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am Society of Echocardiolography, (23): B17, May 2010.

  • Tanaka H, Oyenuga O, Habib P, Haberman SC, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Clinical and echocardiographic characteristics of heart failure patients with wide QRS but without mechanical dyssynchrony and their response to Resynchronization Therapy. J Am College of Cardiology, (55): A95.E897, March 2010.

  • Habib P, Oyenuga O, Tanaka H, Haberman SC, Adelstein EC, Gorcsan J. Echocardiographic dyssynchrony predicts survival following Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am College of Cardiology, (55): A84.E793, March 2010.  

  • Haberman SC, Adelstein EC, Tanaka H, Oyenuga O, Habib P, Gorcsan J. Gender similarities in survival following Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy despite differences in patient characteristics. J Am College of Cardiology, (55): A4.E35, March 2010.

  • Tanaka H, Oyenuga O, Habib P, Adelstein EC, Gorcsan J. Multiplane speckle tracking imaging to quantify dyssynchrony and predict long-term outcome after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am College of Cardiology, (55): A66.E621, March 2010.

  • Oyenuga O, Habib P, Tanaka H, Haberman SC, Adelstein EC, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Survival benefit from Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy in patients with borderline QRS duration. J Am College of Cardiology, (55): A3.E26, March 2010.

  • Tanaka H, Oyenuga O, Habib P, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Three-dimensional radial, circumferential and longitudinal speckle-tracking strain to quantify dyssynchrony. J Am College of Cardiology, (55): A78.E735, March 2010.

  • Hara H, Tanaka H, Oyenuga O, Kim HN, Schwartzman D, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Differences in dyssynchrony and ejection fraction response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy in patients with and without left bundle branch block. J Am Society of Echocardiolography, (22): 577, May 2009.

  • Hara H, Tanaka H, Oyenuga O, Kim HN, Schwartzman D, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Speckle tracking anteroseptal strain patterns predict response after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. J Am Society of Echocardiolography, (22): 581, May 2009.

  • Hideyuki H, Hidekazu T, Oyenuga O, Han-Na K, Schwartzman D, Gorcsan J. Comparison of dyssynchrony and response to Resynchronization Therapy in patients with intrinsic left bundle branch block to those with chronic right ventricular pacing. J Am College of Cardiology, (53): A135, March 2009.

  • Hideyuki H, Hidekazu T, Oyenuga O, Han-Na K, Schwartzman D, Gorcsan J. Improvements in repolarization following Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy are associated with ejection fraction response and improvements in mechanical dyssynchrony. J Am College of Cardiology, (53): A126, March 2009.

  • Hideyuki H, Oyenuga O, Hidekazu T, Han-Na K, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Additive value of interventricular mechanical delay to intraventricular dyssynchrony for predicting response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, (118): S_870, October 2008.

  • Han-Na K, Hideyuki H, Hidekazu T, Oyenuga O, Schwartzman D, Gorcsan J. Comparison of dyssynchrony in heart failure patients with narrow QRS to those with wide QRS: Implications for Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, (118): S_869-S_870, October 2008.

  • Hidekazu H, Hideyuki H, Oyenuga O, Han-Na K, Schwartzman D, Gorcsan J. Degree of left ventricular dyssynchrony in heart failure patients is related to QRS width. Circulation, (118): S_780, October 2008.

  • Oyenuga O, Hideyuki H, Hidekazu T, Han-Na K, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Usefulness of echochardiographic measures of dyssynchrony in patients with borderline QRS duration for selection for Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, (118): S_870, October 2008.

  • Onishi T, Onishi T, Oyenuga O, Haberman SC, Saba S, Gorcsan J. Relationship of post-systolic shortening to long-term survival after Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy. Circulation, 2011. (In Press) 

Presentations/Exhibits/Productions

  • Oyenuga O. Electrical problems with the pump. Adavances in Heart Failure Management, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, 2018. (Peer Reviewed) Oyenuga O. Case Presentation National Meeting, American College of Cardiology (ACC), 2017.

  • Oyenuga O. Comparison of Simple Pulsed Doppler Measures of Global Dyssynchony to Predict Ejection Fraction Response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy., University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, McKeesport, Pennsylvania, May 2008. 

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