Presented by:

Dr James Gunton, Cardiologist

A/Prof Anand Ganesan, Cardiologist

Dr Kathryn Waddell-Smith, Cardiologist

Learning outcomes:

  • Discuss what first line medications should be prescribed in Heart Failure and how best to introduce them
  • Describe indications for device therapy in Heart Failure and the supporting information general practitioners can provide to their patients to ensure a team-based management approach to patient care
  • Discuss how familial genetics in Heart Failure can assist in patient care and how to discuss potential screening with families of patients with cardiomyopathy

Program:

  • 6.00-6.30 Registration and Dinner
  • 6.30-7.00 Heart Failure in 2019: What medications should you use and how best to introduce them?
  • 7.00-7.15 Electrophysiology: Device therapy in Heart Failure
  • 7.15-7.30 Cardiac Genetics: Familial genetics in Heart Failure
  • 7.30-8.30 Case Studies and Discussion: Ischaemic Cardiomyopathy
  • 8.30- 9.00 Case Studies and Discussion: Non-Ischaemic Cardiomyopathy
  • 9.00-9.15 Questions and Close

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Cardiology 1 800X400

Event details

Wednesday, October 16
6.00-9.15pm

Location Name
Stamford Grand Glenelg

Presented By
SALHN Cardiology Unit

Approved for 4 category 2 points with RACGP, activity# 166962. 2 core ACRRM points pending

No cost to attend

Dinner and Beverages provided

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