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Preparing a cardiac patient for non cardiac surgery: risk stratification and difficult therapeutical decisions

ESC webinar

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Prevention
The Cardiac Consult


This webinar is intended to address the problems encountered when managing patients with cardiovascular disease who should undergo non-cardiac surgery.
The two cases illustrate the management of a patient with coronary heart disease and a patient with heart valve disease.
The main issues addressed are risk-stratification according to heart disease and the type of non-cardiac surgery, strategies used to decrease the risk of peri-operative complications and post-operative monitoring.

Pre-operative Cardiac Risk Assessment and Perioperative Cardiac Management in Non-Cardiac Surgery

Bernard Iung and José Lopez Sendon


The ESC webinars are designed to help you improve your daily practice!
The format includes a case based presentation, online assesssment and live discussions with the two key opinion leaders who will deliver useful tips for your daily clinical practice.

 

 

 

This programme is supported by multiple educational grants including Boehringer Ingelheim  and Sanofi in the form of unrestricted educational grants.
The ESC Webinar 2012/2013 scientific programme has not been influenced in any way by its sponsors.