Mechanical Circulatory Devices: Contemporary Long-term Management

Jan 24, 2019 ‐ Jan 24, 2019


Author(s)/Faculty: Joseph G. Rogers, MD, FACC, FHFSA ; Mandeep R. Mehra, MD , FACC, FESC, FHSFA, FRCP; Petar M. Seferović, MD, PhD, FACC, FESC; Mark S. Slaughter, MD; Mary Norine Walsh, MD, MACC, FHFSA
Source: Healio Education Lab - Cardiology
Type: LectureArticles/Items: 8
Release Date: 1/4/2019Expiration Date: 1/4/2020
Credit Type: CME / CNENumber of Credits: 1.5
Cost: FreeProvider: HFSA
Mechanically assisted circulation has been established as an evidenced-based and increasingly important option for patients with Stage D heart failure failing optimal medical and electrical therapies. There is a broad range of knowledge about the therapy as implementation has primarily been limited to large academic centers with associated transplant programs. However, the growth of the therapy has resulted in heightened patient awareness about assisted circulation as well as the strong likelihood that these patients are being seen in healthcare facilities away from implanting centers. This program addresses several of the issues above by providing knowledge regarding assisted circulation for both less-experienced clinicians and those with greater levels of expertise.

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