Contemporary Approaches to the Diagnosis and Management of HCM
- Moderator Introduction: Milind Desai, MD, MBA
- Case Presentation: Erika Hutt Centeno, MD
- Role of Echo, Strain and Stress Echo: Zoran Popovic, MD
- Role of Advanced Imaging: Bo Xu, MD
- Current State of Medical Therapies: Maran Thamilarasan, MD
- Septal Reduction Therapies: Nicholas Smedira, MD, MBA
- Principles of Afib and VT/VF Management in HCM: Mohamed Kanj, MD
- Emerging Therapies and Newer Data: Milind Desai, MD, MBA
- Presenter Panel Discussion
- Identify cardiac imaging modalities for HCM to confirm the diagnosis, characterize the pathophysiology, and identify risk markers.
- Discuss optimizing care and challenging treatment decisions for patients with HCM.
- Recognize optimal opportunities for early interventions and the efficacy of septal reduction therapies performed at experienced HCM centers.
This online series is designed for physicians, allied health practitioners and students interested in complex cardiovascular and thoracic conditions.
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