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    Use of strain in emerging topics

    CVSP008VILT

    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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    Strain use in valvular disease

    CVSP006VILT

    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 invasiveĀ valvular corrective procedures (eg. TAVR, Mitra-Clip)

    Virtual...

    • Instructor-led Webinar

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    Strain use for assessing cardiomyopathy

    CVSP005VILT

    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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    QLAB Basic Interface Overview

    CV130VILT

    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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    Commonly Encountered Echocardiography Artifacts

    CVSP043VILT

    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