We look forward to welcoming you to “The 9th Annual Case Based Approach to Controversies in Cardiovascular Diseases” taking place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on March 1st and 2nd 2019.
The Conference, organized under the auspices of Cleveland Clinic and Mayo Clinic with the support of Emirates Cardiac Society, will offer the most-timely updates on significant advances in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases. All topics will be presented in a “Real World” case based format which encourages participation and debate between the faculty and attendees.
Daily luncheon sessions focused on electrophysiology, valvular diseases, and lipid management will be included as part of the program. This program is intended for all health care professionals involved in the management of patients with cardiovascular diseases, including cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, residents, fellows and nurses.
Alongside the Scientific Session there will be an exhibit, providing attendees exposure to the most cutting edge technologies, resources and treatment solutions in the field of cardiovascular medicine.
We look forward to welcoming you to “The 9th Annual Case Based Approach to Controversies in Cardiovascular Diseases” in Dubai, on March 1st and 2nd 2019.
- Recognize STEMI, Non-STEMI and Stable CAD care consideration including tailoring reperfusion strategies, duration of DAPT and antithrombotic approaches
- Perform appropriate assessment of patients with AF to determine risk for stroke vs risk for bleeding
- Optimize anticoagulant approaches to prevent primary and secondary ischemic stroke and avoid hemorrhagic stroke
- Identify the current challenges in managing aortic and mitral valve disease
- Summarize key trends and challenges in the prevention of cardiovascular disease
- Evaluate contemporary approaches, treatment and management strategies for patients with systolic heart failure and rhythm disorders
- Present data on the epidemiology, risk factors, and diagnostic criteria of infective endocarditis
- Identify common EKG patterns
- Cardiovascular Surgeons and Physicians
- Fellows and Residents in Cardiothoracic and Cardiology training programs
- Nurses, Physician Assistants and other Allied Health Professionals involved in the care of cardiovascular patients
- Medical students with an interest in cardiothoracic surgery and cardiology
31st January, 2019
1st February, 2019 onwards
|Non-Physicians & Residents|