Cardiovascular Interventions: Head-to-Toe (H2T 2010)

Venue: The Meritage Resort & Spa

Location: Napa, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 15, 2010 End Date/Time: Jul 17, 2010
Registration Date: Jul 15, 2010
Early Registration Date: Jun 15, 2010
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This year's meeting will address the increasingly global role of the cardiovascular interventionalist and electro physiologist. The program will highlight techniques and procedures that are essential for the successful treatment of EP, cerebral vascular, cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disease. The faculty will also discuss appropriate patient selection and new and updated novel devices. The teaching modalities for this course will incorporate a series of didactics and case review sessions. Upon completion of this conference, the participant will be able to:

a) Express factors in case selection, and understand the assessments of risks and benefits in carotid stenting
b) Explain how advances in devices and operator techniques are impacting the interventionalist role in treating structural heart disease and preventing stroke.
c) Recognize the latest literature and recommendations for coronary stenting in the DES era.
d) Describe how advanced percutaneous techniques and devices are expanding the role of the interventionalist in the treatment of claudication and critical limb ischemia.
e) Evaluate the latest pharmacological clinical data and how it affects your patients.
f) Understand the most recent data and trends in the field of electro-physiology

The Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Cardiovascular Research Foundation designates this educational activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)â„¢ for the Main Symposium and 7.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)â„¢ for the EP Symposium.
Any CRF CME accredited program will meet the stringent requirements of the ACCME’s Essential Areas and Elements, including the Standards for Commercial Support. As the accreditation provider of the program, CRF is responsible for the scientific integrity of the CME activity. It is the policy of the Cardiovascular Research Foundation to ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all of its sponsored educational programs. Commercial support from industry does not influence educational content, faculty selection, and/or faculty presentations, and therefore, does not compromise the scientific integrity of the educational activity.


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