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Whilst GUCH patients are generally best looked after in specialist centres, they will inevitably present to non-specialist centres when acutely unwell, and all cardiologists (and those involved in acute and emergency medicine, as well as intensive care medicine) should have a safe and systematic approach to initial investigation and management of these patients whilst seeking expert help.
This educational programme is an unique and comprehensive resource for approaching the acutely unwell/critically ill GUCH patient in a systematic way.
Written by real experts in the field – from the GUCH multidisciplinary team, reflecting the need for MDT-working in acute GUCH, GUCH intensive care - it also shows examples of anatomy, physiology, typical ECGs, echocardiograms, CTs and CMRs
These courses are based on the textbook chapter: Congenital Heart Disease in Adults of the ESC textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiovascular Care, 2nd edition 2015 by S. Price, B. Keogh, L. Swan
6 courses on:
Each course ends with a MCQs test.
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