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5th Annual Current Issues in Coronary and Structural Heart Disease: A Multidisciplinary Approach

  • 17 May 2019
  • Dorrance H Hamilton Building – Philadelphia, PA
 

Friday 17, 2019

Dorrance H. Hamilton Building, Philadelphia, PA

Symposium Overview

This year's conference offers participants an opportunity to interact with experts as they deliberate and debate the management of patients with coronary and structural heart disease, focusing on the latest evidence-based guidelines designed to better equip participants with new diagnostic tools and therapies.

Key topics include:

  • Managing the Patient with LV Dysfunction
  • Controversies in Structural Heart Disease: TAVR in the Low Risk Patient
  • Challenges in the Cath Lab: Cardiogenic Shock
  • Surviving Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest
  • A Tale of Three Patients: MINOCA, Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection, Microvascular Disease
  • Matters of the Heart: Fish Oil, Aspirin, Lipid Guidelines and Pre-op Assessment of the Renal Transplant Patient

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NEW THIS YEAR! Nurse and Allied Health Professional track:

  • Triple Therapy in Patients with Coronary Disease and Atrial Fibrillation: What’s the Current Trend?
  • Transcatheter Management of Multi-Valvular Disease

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This course is designed for all specialists who treat patients with coronary and structural heart disease: cardiologists, surgeons, primary care physicians, hospitalists, nurse practitioners, nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, fellows, residents and allied health professionals.

For more information and registration click here

Contact: Patti Shaughnessy, patricia.shaughnessy@jefferson.edu, 215-955-2490

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To enhance the personal and professional growth of its constituent members and all Physician Assistants practicing in the Cardiology specialty through educational opportunities, community involvement, and political representation and advocacy.

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