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Webcasts and Slide Presentations

EACVI Contrast Echo Box


 

Slide presentations

Title Presenter Event
Contrast use in stress echo: European guidelines, clinical evidences and impact on patient management and costs Roxy SENIOR (London, United Kingdom) EuroEcho-Imaging 2014
Contrast use in patients with impaired cardiac function: patient benefit, safety and contraindications Harald H BECHER (Edmonton, Canada) EuroEcho-Imaging 2014
Enhanced cardiac ultrasound in the USA: focus on current clinical practice Sharon MULVAGH (Rochester, United States of America) EuroEcho-Imaging 2014
Targeted imaging with microbubbles Kaufmann Beat (Basel, CH) ESC Congress 2009
Ultrasound-directed, site-specific drug/gene delivery systems. Feinstein Steven (Chicago, US) ESC Congress 2009
Sonolysis in myocardial infarction. Kamp Otto (Amsterdam, NL) ESC Congress 2009
Perfusion and perfusion reserve. Senior Roxy (Harrow, GB) ESC Congress 2010
The additive prognostic value of myocardial perfusion defects, coronary flow reserve and wall motion abnormalities during dipyridamole contrast stress-echo: a prospective study Gaibazzi Nicola (Parma, IT) ESC Congress 2011
Imaging settings and protocols for contrast echocardiography. Galiuto Leda (Rome, IT) EUROECHO & other Imaging Modalities 2011
Is the safety of contrast agents a concern? Kaul Sanjiv (Portland, US) EUROECHO & other Imaging Modalities 2011
Contrast echo current applications. Bernard Cosyns (Brussels, BE) EUROECHO 2010

 

Webcasts

Title Speaker Topic

Multiparametric rest and stress echocardiography in coronary artery disease

supported by Bracco in the form of an unrestricted educational grant
Andreas Helfen (Werne, Germany) Contrast Echo
Case discussion – experience from clinical practice
supported by Bracco in the form of an unrestricted educational grant
Nicola Gaibazzi (Parma, Italy) Contrast Echo
A focused update from the American society of echocardiography
supported by Bracco in the form of an unrestricted educational grant
Tom Porter (Omaha NE, USA) Contrast Echo
Contrast use in stress echo: European guidelines, clinical evidences and impact on patient management and costs
supported by Bracco in the form of an unrestricted educational grant
Roxy SENIOR (London, United Kingdom) Contrast Echo
Contrast use in patients with impaired cardiac function: patient benefit, safety and contraindications
supported by Bracco in the form of an unrestricted educational grant
Harald H BECHER (Edmonton, Canada) Contrast Echo
Enhanced cardiac ultrasound in the USA: focus on current clinical practice
supported by Bracco in the form of an unrestricted educational grant
Sharon MULVAGH (Rochester, United States of America) Contrast Echo
Principles and choice of agents Pare Bardera J C (Barcelona, ES) Contrast Basics
Contrast for optimal border detection Hoffmann R (Aachen, DE) Contrast LVO
How to perform stress echo with contrast Becher H H (Oxford, GB) Contrast How to
Rest contrast echo for ischemia and viability Vanoverschelde J-L (Brussels, BE) Contrast Ischemia/viability
Engineering of microbubbles. Which one to choose? Agati L (Rome, IT) Contrast Microbubbles
For left ventricular volumes and function Hoffmann R (Aachen, DE) Contrast LV function
For valve disease and cardiac shunts Ten Cate F J (Rotterdam, NL) Contrast Cardioembolic disease
Evaluation of microcirculation Kaul S (Portland, US) Contrast Microcirculation
Contrast perfusion during stress Zoghbi W A (Houston, US) Contrast Stress
The next step: automated quantification of perfusion and contrast without stress for detecting ischaemia Agati L (Rome, IT) Contrast Quantification of perfusion
Cost-effectiveness of contrast in stress echo DeMaria A (San Diego, US) Contrast costs
Contrast echocardiography in coronary heart disease diagnosis: a comparison with CMR and multislice CT Ito H (Osaka, JP) Contrast, CAD diagnose vs CT
Assessment of myocardial blood volume and its relationship to blood flow Yamada S (Sapporo, JP) Contrast to assess MBF
Evaluation of patients with chronic coronary heart disease after coronary events or interventions Kamp O (Amsterdam, NL) Contrast in chronic CAD
Basics of molecular imaging using contrast Aguilar Torres R J (Barcelona, ES) Contrast, molecular imaging
Targeted microbubbles for atherosclerosis DeMaria A (San Diego, US) Contrast, Future
Thrombus targeting Lindner J R (Portland, US) Contrast, targeting thrombus
Vasa vasorum imaging Feinstein S B (Chicago, US) Preventive cardiology
Myocardial perfusion contrast: 25 years of loneliness. Vanoverschelde Jean-Louis Stress echo: perfusion contrast
Technical aspects and current applications for contrast echocardiography. Aguilar Torres Rio Jorge Teaching course: contrast
3D Stress echocardiography M. Monaghan Contrast Echo
Recommendations from the EACVI P. Nihoyannopoulos Contrast Echo
3D Stress echocardiography R. Senior Contrast Echo