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Resources from EACVI Teaching Course Belgrade 2010

Cardiac emergencies: What could be expected from echocardiography in different clinical scenarios?

The European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (formerly EAE) organised a teaching course in collaboration with the Echocardiographic Society of Serbia (ECHOS) on 22-23 October 2010 in Belgrade, Serbia.

This 2-day course was dedicated to Cardiac emergencies: What could be expected from echocardiography in different clinical scenarios?

You could not attend the course?  Access the slides here.

View the presented slides during the teaching course:

Acute Aortic Syndrom Prof Frank Flachskampf
Acute central and peripheral embolism Dr Maria Jao Andrade
Acute decompensated heart failure , pulmonary edema Dr Agnes Pasquet
Acute myocardial infarction and other causes of acute chest pain Dr Maria Jao Andrade
Acute pulmonary embolism Prof Petros Nihoyannopoulos
Cardiac tamponade, echo-guided pericardiocentesis Prof Fausto Pinto
Cardiogenic shock, cardiac arrest, CPR Dr Fabio Guarracino
Chest trauma Dr Georges Karatasakis
Echo pitfalls in emergencies Dr Ioan Mircea Coman
Emergency echo, emergency setting, ABCD approach Prof Aleksandar Neskovic
Emergency intraoperative echo Dr Justian Swanevelder
Mechanical complications of acute myocardial infarction Dr Luigi Badano
New murmur : acute valvular regurgitations Dr Agnes Pasquet
Perioperative low cardiac output syndrome Dr Georges Athanassopoulos
Who should perform and interpret emergency echo Dr Bogdan A Popescu
Prosthetic valve dysfunction Prof Frank Flachskampf
Stress echo in the emergency room Prof Albert Varga