Left Ventricular Reconstruction to Mend Broken Hearts: Past, Present and Future Horizons
- Introduction by Moderator: Jerry Estep, MD
- Case Presentation: Chony Albert, MD
- Advances in Multimodality Imaging : Serge Harb, MD
- HF Perspective: LV Restoration Considerations and Lessons Learned: Randall Starling, MD, MPH
- Surgical Options and Interventional Hybrid Approaches: Edward Soltesz, MD, MPH
- LV Reconstruction: ALIVE Trial Update and Contemporary Outcomes: Jerry Estep, MD
- Future Horizons in LV Restoration: Rishi Puri, MD, PhD
- Case Follow-up: Chony Albert, MD
- Presenter Panel Discussion
- Discuss contemporary imaging modalities used for the assessment of ventricular volumes and ventricular function.
- Identify surgical interventions and indications for left ventricular assist devices.
- Recognize left ventricular reconstruction outcomes associated with durable improvement in left ventricular function.
This online series is designed for physicians, allied health practitioners and students interested in complex cardiovascular and thoracic conditions.
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