Events from Greece | World ( EN DE )

24/02/2014 Congresses | 17th International Congress on Advances in Cardiac Ultrasound

Congresses | 17th International Congress on Advances in Cardiac Ultrasound  
 

Like and Share

8.923 total views
136 live viewers
Please submit the username and password that has been sent to you to access this event or live broadcast
 
You can login if you are a user. If you cant rememeber your password you can click 'Forgot your Password?' link.
LIVE WEBCAST
Gain online access to the well known 17th International Congress on Advances in Cardiac Ultrasound.

Receive an attendance certificate, as if you were there!


REGISTER ONLINE here for the live webcast, videos and photos of the 17th International Congress on Advances in Cardiac Ultrasound.

The registration fee is 450 €.

 Payment
  • Paypal
  • Eurobank LivePay
  • Bank Deposit

For corporate registrations please contact us to info@livemedia.com.

The videos will remain hosted and available on demand for registered users.

Fill the fields at the end of the page, if you have already registered.


THE CONGRESS
The 17th International Congress on Advances in Cardiac Ultrasound will concentrate on the recent advances in cardiac ultrasound and their relevance for clinical problem solving in every day practice. State-of-the-art lectures will provide cardiologists and those interested in cardiac ultrasound a review of all current uses and new developments and how to implement them in daily practice. Particular emphasis will be on quantitive doppler hemodynamics and some sessions will be entirely devoted to presentations of clinical studies/cases with interactive discussions between participants and faculty.

1st Announcement - Timetable

* Notice: The time schedule refers to local time in Switzerland (GMT+1).

Course Highlights:
  • New methods for assessing cardiac function
  • Assessing aortic and mitral valve in the 21st century "How to"
  • Echo in emergencies
  • Echocardiography during interventions
  • Therapeutic innovations in structural heart disease
  • Heart failure; role of echo from diagnosis to treatment
  • New advances in contrast echocardiography. Is myocardial perfusion a reality?
  • Current applications of contrast echocardiography
  • Plenty of illustrative case presentations and interactive discussions
  • Keynote lectures given by faculty

Course Directors: J.J. Bax (Leiden, NL)   and P. Nihoyannopoulos (London, UK)

Endorsed by: European Association of Echocardiography

For more information about the congress, please visit the website: www.regonline.co.uk/davos2014