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Join us for New Tracks in the Management of Congenital Heart Disease

6th Annual Advances in Congenital Heart Disease Virtual Summit

Why Live Stream?

  • Hear surgeons and cardiologists review techniques and standards of care in our dynamic Saturday morning debate sessions
  • Learn from expert faculty and submit your questions for our live Q&A sessions
  • Earn AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ and Maintenance of Certification points in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Thoracic Surgery, Anesthesiology and Family Medicine.
  • Engage with colleagues and faculty through real-time chat and networking opportunities in our exciting NEW virtual platform
  • Participate in our specialized imaging and ICU (sold out) workshops, included with Summit registration

By participating, you will be able to:

  • Summarize the evidence on the assessment and treatment of hypoplastic left ventricles, including advances in imaging and knowledge of the physiology of the left heart, and surgical options.
  • Describe strategies for the assessment of complex pulmonary artery abnormalities, surgical approaches, and interventional rehabilitation.
  • Describe the issues associated with surgical valve reconstruction, including factors in adult acquired and congenital valve disease, novel aortic valve repairs, and techniques for complex cases.
  • Summarize the current data on pediatric anomalous aortic origin of the coronary artery and describe current techniques and alternatives for treatment.
  • Describe the evaluation, surveillance, and postoperative care of patients with neoaortic valve root disorders previously treated for left ventricular tract obstruction.
  • Critically appraise the clinical issues involved with biventricular versus single ventricular approaches and stenting vs surgery for complex pulmonary artery abnormalities.

Who Should Attend?

The Summit is targeted to anesthesiologists, cardiologists, critical care physicians, cardiothoracic surgeons, pediatricians, OB-GYNs, perfusionists, and other health care providers interested in congenital heart disease.

The overall goal of this educational activity is to update participants on the morphologies of congenital anomalies, the best diagnostic modalities and interventions, and the latest guidelines and their impact outcomes, in both adults and children.