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Echocardiography after heart transplantation

EACVI webinar

Add to calendar29/03/201618:00 29/03/201619:00 Europe/Paris Echocardiography after heart transplantation European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging DD/MM/YYYY
Non-invasive Imaging: Echocardiography


Focus on

The webinar will focus on :

- Minimal data set for a complete echo study in heart transplant patients
- The role of new echo technologies (coronary flow reserve, 3D echo, strain imaging) in heart transplant patients
- Diagnosis of CAV in heart transplant patients

Watch the webinar recording




Assistant Professor Marcelo Luiz Campos Vieira

Echocardiography Department

Heart Institute, Sao Paulo, Brazil


Professor Luigi BadanoProfessor Luigi Badano

Cardiac, Thoracic & Vascular Sciences Department

University of Padova, Italy



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