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    Aortic Stenosis and TAVR


    This course will review the difference between the different types of aortic stenosis. Review current literature and treatment options for aortic stenosis. Describe TEE imaging techniques and software used to evaluate aortic stenosis during preop work up and during TAVR deployment. Explain the...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

  2. Course

    Clinical uses of global longitudinal strain (GLS) in COVID-19


    This 90 minute program will discuss the use of GLS in non the COVID 19 patient population. 

    • Instructor-led Webinar

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    Commonly Encountered Echocardiography Artifacts


    This educational activity will review the importance of identifying commonly encountered artifacts and which may be observed during an echocardiographic examination. This class will also review how echocardiographic artifacts are generated; how to differentiate artifacts from anomalies and true...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

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    Echocardiographic Assessment of the Mitral Valve for Mitraclip - Determine Eligibility for Mitraclip Procedure


    This course will review the comprehensive and systematic 2D, color Doppler, 3D, and 3D color Doppler TEE assessment of mitral valve structure and function. Identify the key criteria for successful Mitraclip procedure. Know absolute and relative contraindications for Mitraclip procedure. Review...

    • Blended

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    Echocardiographic Guidance in HOCM. Imaging before during and after my Alcohol Septal Ablation for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy


    Alcohol septal ablation (ASA) has become an alternative to surgical myectomy in obstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy since it was first introduced in 1994 by Sigwart. The procedure alleviates symptoms by producing a limited infarction of the upper interventricular septum, resulting in a...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

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    Evaluation and treatment of Rheumatic heart disease and Severe Mitral Annular calcification for Mitral Stenosis


    There has been a gradual transition in the epidemiology of mitral stenosis (MS) in the Western world, with rheumatic disease in rapid decline and increasing recognition of degenerative mitral annular calcification (MAC)–related MS in the elderly. While valvuloplasty remains a well-known...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

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    Evaluation of Prosthetic heart valves


    Compared to native valves, echocardiographic evaluation of prosthetic heart valves (PHV) is certainly more complex, both for the examination and the interpretation. In clinical practice, a comprehensive approach that integrates several parameters of valve morphology and function assessed with 2D...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

  8. Course

    Imaging of the left atrial appendage.


    The LAA is the most common site of thrombus formation in nonvalvular atrial fibrillation. In nonvalvular atrial fibrillation, percutaneous LAA occlusion/exclusion is an alternative method of thromboembolism prevention for patients who are either ineligible for or too high risk to receive...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

  9. Course

    Mitral regurgitation and Mitraclip


    This course will review the carpentier classification. Describe the algorithm and work up for mitral regurgitation. 

    Review TTE/TEE imaging techniques and software used to evaluate mitral regurgitation during:

    1. Pre-op work up 

    2. During MitraClip deployment

    3. Post...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

  10. Course

    Mitral Stenosis


    This course will review the differences between Rheumatic mitral valve stenosis and mitral annular calcification. Explain the algorithms and work up for both entities. Describe the different transcatheter approaches to treating both entities. Review the role of TEE guidance during balloon mitral...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

  11. Course

    MultiVue clinical use in TEE


    This one hour course discusses the utility of MultiVue during TEE procedures

    • Instructor-led Webinar

  12. Course

    QLAB Basic Interface Overview


    Virtual training is a facilitator-led, live online learning event that is delivered in a virtual environment. Participants can be geographically dispersed and also individually connected. Each learner uses their own computer or other compatible device. Virtual training is synchronous, meaning...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

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    Strain use for assessing cardiomyopathy


    The cardiomyopathy course will focus on the key cardiomyopathic condition to which strain has evidence based medicine data. This module will also outline the steps to develop and maintain an active strain protocol in your institution.

    Virtual training is a facilitator-led, live online...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

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    Strain use in valvular disease


    The valvular disease pathway will focus on valvular conditions to which strain has both predictive and prognostic implications. This module will also include discussion regarding the role of strain in novel, minimally invasive valvular corrective procedures (eg. TAVR, Mitra-Clip)


    • Instructor-led Webinar

  15. Course

    Strain use with arrhythmia


    The arrhythmia pathway will focus on the nuances of arrhythmia management with regard to GLS. In many cases, this module will overlap with other modules given the specifics of arrhythmia management will be predicated on the underlying disease.

    Virtual training is a facilitator-led, live...

    • Peer-to-Peer Workshop

  16. Course

    Tricuspid valve disease


    Explain the anatomical relationship between the right ventricle and the tricuspid valve apparatus. Review the anatomy of the tricuspid valve. Explain the algorithm and work up for tricuspid regurgitation. Describe imaging techniques and imaging planes for tricuspid regurgitation both TTE and TEE...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

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    Use of strain in emerging topics


    This section will cover a host of topics such as pericardial disease, pulmonary arterial hypertension, sepsis, perioperative management, stress testing and many other topics to which strain is emerging to be a beneficial adjunctive tool.

    Virtual training is a facilitator-led, live online...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

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    What do I look for After my TAVR's and Mitra-Clips?


    With transcatheter therapy becoming an ever-increasing role in the Echo Lab, proper evaluation post-TAVR and Mitra-clip becomes an integral part in the patient's care. Thorough knowledge of both the nuances of TAVR and Mitral clip are now necessary for post-TAVR and post Mitra Clip imaging. This...

    • Instructor-led Webinar