3D Echocardiography to Guide Decision Making in Congenital Heart Disease
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September 23, 2021 | 1:00 - 2:00 PM (ET)

CME Information: 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

This webinar, which is a part of the ASE Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease Council (PCHD) webinar series, will be a case based discussion with a focus on the role of 3D echocardiography imaging in guiding decision making with discussion of lesions in which 3D imaging is most helpful, tips on image acquisition and processing, limits to 3D echocardiography, and application of knowledge gained to decision making.

The ASE PCHD Council is developing a series of webinars that will primarily be case-based, imaging focused modules to discuss and share practical tips & tricks in the practice of congenital heart disease imaging. The series comprises four webinars per  year (one per quarter). Each session is expected to last 60 minutes. By leveraging the virtual platform and recognizing the value of microlearning, these sessions are designed to reach the ASE pediatric and congenital community, both sonographers and physicians. 

Moderator: Carolyn Altman, MD, FASE; Gregory Tatum, MD, FASE

Speaker(s): Katie Wood,MD; Elizabeth Caris, MD; Olivia Frosch, MD; Tracy Hill, RDCS

Panelists: Greg Sturgeon, RCS, RDCS, MSE; Pei-Ni Jone, MD, FASE; Joshua Robinson, MD, FASE; Muhammad Nuri, MD.


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Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss image optimization for obtaining high quality 3D echocardiographic imaging
  • Discuss decision making in the need for additional cross-sectional imaging
  • Describe limitations in 3D echocardiography imaging and 3D printing
  • Summarize the impact of 3D imaging on interventional and surgical decision making

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