Mayo Clinic Course: Basic to Advanced Echocardiography at Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville

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  • The Mayo Clinic Car­dio­vas­cu­lar Dis­eases CME Pro­gram will be hold­ing it’s next course enti­tled “Basic to Advanced Echocar­dio­g­ra­phy from the Blue Ridge Moun­tains of Asheville” on May 1720, 2017 in Asheville, North Car­olina at The Omni Grove Park Inn.

    The course will begin with a dis­cus­sion of echocar­dio­graphic assess­ment of left and right ven­tric­u­lar func­tion, includ­ing pre­sen­ta­tions on dias­tolic func­tion and strain imag­ing for assess­ing myocar­dial func­tion. We will then dis­cuss a broad range of dis­ease states for which echocar­dio­g­ra­phy is use­ful, includ­ing ischemic heart dis­ease, valvu­lar heart dis­ease, peri­car­dial dis­ease, and car­diomy­opathies. The pre­sen­ta­tions will include basic con­cepts as well as advanced tech­niques includ­ing 3-​D imag­ing and strain imag­ing. Through­out the course many cases will be presented.

    Course Objectives

    • Apply Doppler prin­ci­ples and hemo­dy­nam­ics to the assess­ment of valvu­lar heart dis­ease, includ­ing sys­tem­atic assess­ment of pros­thetic valves
    • Use 2-​D, DopPler strain meth­ods to assess myocar­dial function
    • Illus­trate the appro­pri­ate use of echo Doppler in myocar­dial and peri­car­dial disease
    • Rec­og­nize the util­ity of echocar­dio­g­ra­phy TEE includ­ing 3-​D in the inter­ven­tional practice
    • Inte­grate the appli­ca­tion of echocar­dio­g­ra­phy in heart fail­ure and the treatment
    • Rec­og­nize clin­i­cal appli­ca­tions of stress echocardiography

    Course Topics

    • Assess­ment of LV Sys­tolic Function
    • Car­diac Constriction
    • Car­diac Masses
    • Cases for Coro­nary Artery Disease
    • Cases in Exer­cise and Phar­ma­co­logic Stress Echo for Coro­nary Disease
    • Cases in Stress Echo for Hemo­dy­namic Assessment
    • Chal­leng­ing Cases for Assess­ment of Pul­monary Pressures
    • Chal­leng­ing Heart Fail­ure Case
    • Con­trast Echocardiography
    • Dias­tolic Function
    • Echo Assess­ment of HCM
    • Echo for Acute Coro­nary Syndromes
    • Echo for Aor­tic Prostheses
    • Echo for Aor­tic Regurgitation
    • Echo for Aor­tic Steno­sis: How To
    • Echo for Mitral Prostheses
    • Echo for Mitral Regur­gi­ta­tion: How To Quantify
    • Echo for Right-​Sided Valves
    • Echo for TAVR: Pre and Post
    • Echo in Con­ges­tive Heart Fail­ure: When and Why?
    • Echo in Postop Sim­ple Con­gen­i­tal Heart Disease
    • Echo in Restric­tive Cardiomyopathies
    • Echocar­dio­g­ra­phy in the Eval­u­a­tion of RV Enlarge­ment. Where Is That Shunt?
    • IAC Echocar­dio­g­ra­phy Accreditation
    • Inter­ven­tional Echo for Con­gen­i­tal Heart Disease
    • Low Out­put Low Gra­di­ent Aor­tic Stenosis
    • Mul­ti­modal­ity Imag­ing for Acute Aor­tic Syndromes
    • Real or Echo Artifact?
    • RV Func­tion
    • Strain for Myocar­dial Diseases
    • Sur­prises in Stress Echo — Good and Bad
    • TEE for Endo­cardi­tis Cases
    • TEE for Source of Embolism Cases
    • Value of Echo vs CT in Coro­nary Artery Anomalies
    • 3-​D/​TEE for Mitral Valve Interventions

    CME Credit

    Mayo Clinic Col­lege of Med­i­cine is accred­ited by the Accred­i­ta­tion Coun­cil for Con­tin­u­ing Med­ical Edu­ca­tion to pro­vide con­tin­u­ing med­ical edu­ca­tion for physicians.

    Mayo Clinic Col­lege of Med­i­cine des­ig­nates this live activ­ity for a max­i­mum of 26.25 AMA PRA Cat­e­gory 1 Cred­its. Physi­cians should claim only the credit com­men­su­rate with the extent of their par­tic­i­pa­tion in the activity.

    Faculty

    Directors

    • Fletcher Miller, Jr., M.D.
    • Roger Click, M.D., Ph.D.
    • Naser Ammash, M.D.
    • Pamela Burgess, RDCS, RDMS, RVT

    Mayo Faculty

    • Lori Blauwet, M.D.
    • Crys­tal Bon­nich­sen, M.D.
    • Alli­son Cabalka, M.D.
    • Hari Cha­liki, M.D.
    • Michael Cullen, M.D.
    • Regina Harper, RDCS
    • Gar­van Kane, M.D., Ph.D.
    • Barry Karon, M.D.
    • Rebecca Klug, RDCS
    • Amy Pol­lak, M.D.
    • Jeremy Thaden, M.D.

    Guest Faculty

    • Bev­erly Gor­man, RDCS
    • Fred­er­ick Kremkau, Ph.D.
    • Thomas Ryan, M.D.

    Timeline

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