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TELECONFRENCES
2004
The Changing Left Ventricle

2003
Aortic Valve Disease: New Dimensions in Evaluation and Management

2002
Heart Failure: Echo's Role in and Emerging Health Crisis

2001
Chest Pain in Children & Adults: The Role of Echo

2000
Mitral Regurgitation: New Concept

1998
The Falling Left Ventricle: Diastolic & Systolic Function

1997
Changing the Outcome of Coronary Artery Disease
ECHO GRAND ROUNDS
Digital Integration
LEARN THE BASICS
Echocardiography
Doppler Echo
VIDEO ARCHIVES

Chest Pain in Children and Adults

Mitral Regurgitation: New Concepts

Diastolic and Systolic Function

Changing the Outcome of CAD

BROADCAST SUPPLEMENTS
2000 MV
2001 Chest Pain
2002 Heart Failure


Echo in Context 2006
21st Annual International Satellite Video Teleconference
 
 
Aggressive Echo:
Adapting to New Realities
 
Saturday, February 18, 2006
Program Details | Register Today | Conference Brochure
 

Echo:
2-D Echo in the Normal Heart
Diseases of the Heart Valves
Heart Muscle Disease
Congenital Heart Disease

Doppler:
Principles of Doppler Echo
Evaluation of Valvular Regurgitation
Evaluation of Valvular Stenosis
Color Flow Imaging
 

The Contrast Echo Collection:
Perfusion Agents
[ Windows Media | Real Player ]
Myocardial Perfusion
[ Real Player | Windows Media ]
Cases of Myocardial Perfusion
[ Real Player | Windows Media ]
3D Myocardial Perfusion
[ Real Player | Windows Media ]
Contrast Echo Update
[ Real Player | Windows Media ]
Contrast Stress Echo
[ Real Player | Windows Media ]

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