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Anticoagulation patterns in the acute phase of NSTEMI

Association for Acute CardioVascular Care webinar

16/06/2020 18:00 16/06/2020 19:00 Europe/Paris Anticoagulation patterns in the acute phase of NSTEMI

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Association for Acute CardioVascular Care
Coronary Artery Disease, Acute Coronary Syndromes, Acute Cardiac Care
Acute Coronary Syndromes
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Learning objectives

After watching the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • learn the epidemiology, pathophysiology and prognosis of NSTEMI;
  • learn the pharmacological differences between the main parenteral anticoagulants used in the acute phase of NSTEMI;
  • learn the available evidence from trials and registries on the effects of different parenteral anticoagulants on NSTEMI outcomes; and
  • learn how to best individualise anticoagulant therapy in the acute phase of NSTEMI.


Watch the Webinar Recording

 

Faculty

Speakers

tubaro_marco-2015.jpgDr. Marco Tubaro
San Filippo Neri Hospital
Head of ICCU - Division of Cardiology
Rome, Italy

Dr. Karolina Szummer Szummer-Karolina-2020.jpg
Karolinska University Hospital Huddinge
Cardiology Department
Stockholm, Sweden

Host

Czerwinska-Katarzyna-2019-congress-news.jpgAssoc. Prof. Katarzyna CzerwiƄska-Jelonkiewicz
Intensive Therapy Unit, Harefield Hospital
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust
London, United Kingdom

 

Session Information

This webinar was designed for acute cardiovascular care specialists, cardiologists specialised in acute coronary syndromes and general practitioners.

During the webinar, participants were encouraged to send their questions by chat and to interact with our key opinion leaders who provided live feedback.

Technical Settings

The webinar was available on PC and tablet. The use of a smartphone was not recommended.

To answer MCQs during the live session, pop-up windows were required.

A high-speed internet connection was required (minimum 2 Mbps).