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3D Echo - State of the Art in 2017

EACVI webinar

13/12/2017 18:00 13/12/2017 19:00 Europe/Paris 3D Echo - State of the Art in 2017

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European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging DD/MM/YYYY
Myocardial Disease
3D Echocardiography

Focus on

By attending this webinar, participants will learn:

  • How to use 3D Echo to improve their evaluation of ventricular function
  • How 3D Echo complements 2D Echo and Doppler techniques for the assessment of valvular heart disease
  • How 3D Echo has become a must in the Cath Lab for guiding many structural interventions

Watch the webinar recording




monaghan_mark john-2015.jpgProfessor Mark John Monaghan, FESC
Director of Non-Invasive Cardiology
King’s College Hospital, London, United Kingdom

zamorano-jose-luis-2016.jpgProfessor Jose Luis Zamorano, FESC
Head of Cardiology
University Hospital Ramón y Cajal, Madrid, Spain


von bardeleben_ralph stephan-2015.jpgAssistant Professor Ralph Stephan Von Bardeleben
Heart Center Cardiology
University of Medicine, Mainz, Germany



Session information

The webinar addresses cardiologists working in the field of multimodality imaging (Echo, CMR, Nuclear) and cardiovascular imaging community.

During the webinar, you will be encouraged to send your questions by chat and interact with our key opinion leaders who will provide live feedback.

Technical settings

The webinar is available on PC and Tablets. The use of a smartphone is not recommended.

To answer the MCQs during the live, you must allow pop-up windows.

A high-speed Internet connection is required (minimum 2 Mbps).


This programme is supported by Philips in the form of an educational grant.

The scientific programme has not been influenced in any way by its sponsor. Find out more