The courses listed on this page are designed for PGY4-6 Cardiovascular Disease Fellows. This year we are excited to offer three new courses for Cardiology Fellows!
To express interest in registering for a course, reach out to your local Abbott representative or request information directly from our Academic Development team.
Program Update: Based on the situation with the COVID-19 virus, we will be postponing our Hands-On Course until June. We will continue to monitor the situation, and keep registered attendees informed of the changes. If you were previously registered for the in-person course, we will be handling your flight and hotel cancellations.
This two-day program is designed specifically for PGY6 Cardiology Fellows who intend to begin an EP fellowship program or EP Fellows looking for more hands-on training with Abbott products. Under the guidance of recognized experts in the field of EP, attendees will gain an overview of arrhythmia management tools, implantable devices and patient management strategies. Through use of simulation exercises, attendees will practice catheter manipulation, coronary sinus access, and gain a better visual understanding of the biophysics of ablation.
This course will use case studies to illustrate a deeper understanding of arrhythmias. Using surface EKGs and intracardiac electrograms (IEGMs), our distinguished faculty will lead you through the identification of all arrhythmias and optimal treatment of each to achieve successful patient outcomes.
September 12, 2020
This course will cover the latest advancements in cardiac device therapy to manage and treat cardiac arrhythmia patients. Using case studies and a combination of didactic and discussion-based learning, you will delve into patient selection, device troubleshooting, and the future of device therapy.
Heart failure treatment is multifaceted and constantly evolving with technology. This course, designed for PGY6 Cardiology Fellows, looks at the treatment of heart failure progression from Class 1 to Class 4, including cardiogenic shock, long-term chronic management and left ventricular assistance. Our world-renowned faculty will share expertise and treatment strategies through didactic lectures coupled with an interactive case study review.
February 6, 2020
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