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How to use contrast to rule out left atrial appendage thrombus during transoesophageal study

EACVI webinar

21/10/2019 18:00 21/10/2019 19:00 Europe/Paris How to use contrast to rule out left atrial appendage thrombus during transoesophageal study

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Transesophageal Echocardiography
European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging
Contrast Echocardiography

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Learning objectives

After watching the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • understand the clinical value of contrast echocardiography for the differential diagnosis of the left atrial appendage thrombus vs spontaneous echo contrast in patients candidates for cardioversion or percutaneous LAA occlusion
  • learn the advantages, safety and pitfalls of contrast TEE for reliably ruling out LAA thrombus

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Helfen_Andreas_2016.jpgDoctor Andreas Helfen
St. Marien Hospital
Lünen, Germany


senior_roxy-2015.jpgProfessor Roxy Senior, FESC
Royal Brompton Hospital
Dept. Of Cardiology
London, United Kingdom


Session information

This webinar addresses cardiologists working in the field of Cardiovascular Imaging general cardiologists but also general cardiologists wishing to update their scientific knowledge on the topic.

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).