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Multimodality Cardiovascular Imaging in Young Adult Competitive Athletes
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Aaron Baggish, MD provides an excellent review of the Recommendations on the Use of Multimodality Cardiovascular Imaging in Young Adult Competitive Athlete. He will discuss the key aspects of this consensus paper, focusing on understanding cardiovascular adaption to sports and exercise, differentiating adaptive cardiovascular adaption from occult disease, and the use of imaging in different clinical settings ranging from athlete pre-participation screening to assessment of symptomatic athletes. In addition, fundamental areas of on-going scientific and clinical uncertainty, used to highlight and stimulate important areas of future work, will be addressed.
Release Date: June 16, 2020
Expiration Date: June 16, 2023 - CME/MOC must be claimed by this date.
CME/MOC Information: 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
PLEASE NOTE: Users who attended the live version of this webinar cannot also claim CME credit for the On-Demand Version. CME credit can only be claimed one time.
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Aaron Baggish, MD provides an excellent review of the Recommendations on the Use of Multimodality Cardiovascular Imaging in Young Adult Competitive Athlete. He will discuss the key aspects of this consensus paper, focusing on understanding cardiovascular adaption to sports and exercise, differentiating adaptive cardiovascular adaption from occult disease, and the use of imaging in different clinical settings ranging from athlete pre-participation screening to assessment of symptomatic athletes. In addition, fundamental areas of on-going scientific and clinical uncertainty, used to highlight and stimulate important areas of future work, will be addressed.

Release Date: June 16, 2020

Expiration Date: June 16, 2023 - CME/MOC must be claimed by this date.

CME/MOC Information: 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

PLEASE NOTE: Users who attended the live version of this webinar cannot also claim CME credit for the On-Demand Version. CME credit can only be claimed one time. 

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Target Audience: Cardiac sonographers, cardiologists, residents, imaging fellows, clinicians, and other medical professionals.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this presentation, the viewer should be better able to:

  1. Describe the expected cardiovascular adaptations to routine moderate to high intensity exercise.
  2. Understand the differential diagnosis of “abnormal” imaging findings among competitive athletes
  3. Possess strategies for the implementation and interpretation of multi-modality imaging in various common clinical settings for competitive athletes.

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  • Training Hours: 1.00
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