3D Echocardiography in Congenital Heart Disease

22 / 23 October 2019, London, UK

Faculty: Professor John Simpson, Dr Owen Miller from Evelina London Children's Hospital

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This is a two-day course on the current applications of three-dimensional echocardiography in structural heart disease with a strong emphasis on the practical aspects of dataset acquisition, interrogation and interpretation.

A key component of the course will be interactive sessions in which participants can crop and orientate datasets with experienced staff using Philips’ QLAB software on a wide variety of congenital defects.

- Valvar lesions

- Septal defects

- Complex anatomy e.g. double outlet right ventricle

- Functional assessment

Electronic course material will be provided to all participants.

This course is aimed at those involved in structural heart disease, particularly congenital heart disease or those seeking training in 3D echocardiography in general.

This includes sonographers, cardiologists in training and established consultant cardiologists who wish to expand their knowledge and skills in this field.

Course numbers are limited to permit a high ratio of instructors to delegates. This course is supported by Philips Medical Systems.

This course does not assume a prior knowledge of 3D manipulation software.

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