Cardiovascular Care Seminar

Saturday, November 10, 2018
The State-of-the-Art Cardiovascular Care Seminar is included in the Scientific Sessions 2018 registration price or can be registered separately as a one-day event. To register for Scientific Sessions 2018, please visit the Scientific Sessions site.
Registration Information

Physicians: $200 | Nurse/Allied Health: $150
Where and When

Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018 Time TBA
McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois
Meeting Room: W190
Held concurrently with Scientific Sessions 2018

Seminar Description

This one-day seminar is dedicated to physicians, nurses, and other health professionals to communicate the latest advances in clinical cardiovascular care, including late-breaking science and clinical trials reported at major cardiology conferences in the second half of 2018. Session topics will provide recommendations and updates that can be incorporated into your everyday practice. You'll have the chance to ask thought leaders your questions about state-of-the-art cardiovascular care.

Program Topics

  • The latest guidelines for hypertension, adult congenital heart disease, and lipid management
  • Are aspirin, fish oil, and anti-inflammatory agents actually useful for primary prevention?
  • Advances in cardiovascular genetics — ready for prime time?
  • Patient assessment with coronary artery calcification and CT angiography
  • Cardiac care in the era of the Apple Watch
  • Heart disease in women: new perspectives on the #1 killer
  • The best strategies for anticoagulation and ablation for atrial fibrillation
  • Advances in the treatment of degenerative mitral disease
  • Cardiac amyloidosis: under-diagnosed, yet now treatable

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe newly developed concepts in the care of patients with common cardiovascular problems
  2. Describe treatment strategies for cardiovascular problems that can be deployed in the outpatient setting and keep patients out of the hospital
  3. Describe treatment strategies for cardiovascular problems in the setting of common comorbidities

CME/CE Information

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