The 36th Annual Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease – Special Emphasis on Adult Congenital Heart Disease Including Uses of Multimodality Imaging Symposium will highlight the use of echocardiography and other cardiac imaging techniques to recognize, understand, and manage patients with congenital heart disease using a case based format. Canadian Consensus Conference on Adult Congenital Heart Disease Can J Cardiol. Mar;14(3) Authors M S Connelly, G D Webb, J Somerville, C A Warnes, J K Perloff, R R Liberthson, F J Puga, R L Collins-Nakai, W G Williams, L A Mercier, V F Cited by:
The European meeting in Adult Congenital Heart Disease, EuroGUCH, provides an independent educational forum for healthcare professionals across Europe. It is aimed at cardiologists and allied medical professionals with an interest in congenital heart disease as well as specialists in the field. No single registry has collected sufficient national quality-focused data on the management and real-world outcomes of pediatric and adult congenital heart disease (CHD) patients who undergo diagnostic and interventional catheterizations — until now. The IMPACT Registry puts data at your fingertips with.
This CME conference aims to enhance the skills of practicing cardiologists and other healthcare professionals in the day-to-day care of adult congenital heart disease (ACHD) patients in order to align the quality of care in accordance with the national ACHD guidelines. Here for every beat Specifically designed to tread ACHD for a person's entire life. For decades, we’ve helped children born with congenital heart disease (CHD) live longer, healthier lives by revolutionizing the way these conditions are diagnosed and treated. Today, there are more adults living with CHD than children and they all need the same level of specialized care that.
LIVESTREAM BROADCAST (*program begins at 11 minutes 30 seconds)6th AnnualAdult Congenital Heart Symposium An Overview Course for Health ProfessionalsSatu. Oct 05, · A collaborative of the longstanding partnership between Cincinnati Children’s, the University of Toronto and Oregon Health & Science University, this rotating annual international symposium is the largest adult congenital heart disease meeting in North America. Every third year, the conference is held in Cincinnati (virtually this year).