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  • Waveform Interpretation: Simultaneous LV and RV Waveforms & Simultaneous LV and FA

    Description:
    In this lesson, we will review the principles of analysis of high-quality hemodynamic pressure recordings. We will focus on respiratory effects and simultaneous pressure recordings from left-sided and right-sided chambers. Note: This course is eligible for ACPE credit.

    Authors:
    Michael Ragosta III, MD and Lawrence W Gimple, MD

    Credit/contact hours: .25

    Estimated time to complete: 20 minutes

    Publication Date: March 8, 2018

    Expiration Date: March 7, 2024

    $25.00
  • What to Do When There is a Family History of Heart Disease

    Description:
    This course highlights the importance of recognizing inherited cardiovascular diseases and documenting any family history of cardiovascular disease, as well as implementing family cardiovascular screening and determining which patients might need additional genetic testing. Note: This course is eligible for ACPE credit.

    Authors:
    Matthew J. Thomas, ScM

    Credit/contact hours: .5

    Estimated time to complete: 30 minutes

    Publication Date: Nov 6, 2019

    Expiration Date: Nov 6, 2022

    $25.00
  • When Eosinophils Attack

    Description:
    This interesting case involves a patient with cardiogenic shock due to an unusual form of cardiomyopathy. This diagnosis is frequently missed as it is often not even considered. Our patient was treated with an LVAD and histopathologic examination of the myocardium plug sampled during surgery led to the diagnosis. The patient was treated with both left and right ventricular support devices (LVAD, RVAD) and survived through hospital discharge. Note: This course is eligible for ACPE credit.

    Authors:
    Ryan Connolly, MD and Lawrence Gimple, MD

    Credit/contact hours: .5

    Estimated time to complete: 30 minutes

    Publication Date: March 8, 2018

    Expiration Date: March 7, 2024

    $25.00
  • Wide Complex Tachycardia

    Description:
    Tachyarrhythmias can present a significant clinical challenge. Patients presenting with fast heart rate may be unstable with chest pain, hypotension, or with myocardial ischemia, or they may be completely asymptomatic. The initial approach typically involves distinguishing between tachycardias with a wide QRS complex ("wide complex tachycardias") versus those with a narrow QRS complex ("narrow complex tachycardias"). Narrow complex tachycardias are always supra-ventricular in origin. Wide complex tachycardias are more complex as they may arise from supra-ventricular sources and conduct aberrantly (supra-ventricular tachycardia with aberrancy) or they may arise from ventricular sources (ventricular tachycardia). In this case, we will examine a patient presenting with tachycardia and work our way through a differential diagnosis. Note: This course is eligible for ACPE credit.

    Authors:
    Nishaki Mehta, MD, Ceshae Harding, MD, Araba Ofosu-Somuah, MD

    Credit/contact hours: .5

    Estimated time to complete: 30 minutes

    Publication Date: Apr 21, 2020

    Expiration Date: Apr 21, 2023

    $25.00