Cancer therapy related cardiovascular (CV) events are widely recognised as a global problem and cardio-oncology has been proposed as a new approach to coordinate preventive strategies that improve the CV health of oncologic patients.
Cardiac imaging plays a critical role in clinical decision making during the cancer process. However, the lack of widely available dedicated cardio-oncology structures outside the academic centers is a major challenge to implement and correctly interpret advanced cardiac imaging in daily practice.
The primary objective of these educational videos is to learn how to use advanced cardiac imaging to stratify CV toxicity risk, to guide preventive strategies and to improve CV toxicity management.
The primary objective of these educational videos is to explain how to use advanced cardiac imaging to stratify CV toxicity risk, to guide preventive strategies and to improve CV toxicity management.
- How to use advanced cardiac imaging to stratify CV toxicity risk
Host: Professor Jeroen Bax (Netherlands)
- How can we assess baseline CV toxicity risk - Dr Susan Dent (USA)
- The role of advanced cardiac imaging before cancer treatments - Dr Teresa López-Fernández (Spain)
- Advanced cardiac imaging to guide cardioprotection strategies
Host: Associate Professor Giuseppina Novo (Italy)
- Strategies to minimise radiation-induced cardiovascular damage - Dr Icro Meattini (Italy)
- How to guide cardioprotection using advanced cardiac imaging - Dr Dinesh Thavendiranathan (Canada)
- The role of advanced imaging in cancer survivors
Host: Professor Thomas Suter (Switzerland)
- Cancer survivorship programs: can we identify high risk patients? - Dr Maja Maraldo (Denmark)
- Advanced cardiac imaging in cancer survivors: how and when - Dr Kalliopi Keramida (Greece)