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Challenges in antiplatelet therapy after ACS: the best alternatives for short and long term management

ESC webinar

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Acute Coronary Syndromes (ACS)
Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy


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Kurt Huber
Department of Cardiology, Wilhelminen Hospital
Vienna, Austria

Anthony Gershlick

Department of Cardiology, Glenfield Hospital, University of Leicester
United Kingdom


About the format

The ESC Webinars are designed to help you improve your daily practice!
The format includes a case based presentation, online assessment and live discussions with the 2 key opinion leaders who will give you some useful tips for your daily clinical practice.

Professor Huber presents and Professor Gershlick hosts this webinar on:
Challenges in antiplatelet therapy after ACS: the best alternatives for short and long term management?
The choice of the best antiplatelet therapy after an acute coronary syndrome can be challenging, especially in a new era with new antiplatelet agents and different possible combinations.


In this webinar, based on the presentation of different clinical scenarios of patients after ACS, the best antiplatelet therapy alternative (and duration) will be discussed, for both short and long term management.