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  • 1. NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID WASHINGTON, DC PERMIT NO. 397 2400 N Street NW Washington, DC 20037 (800) 253-4636, ext. 5603 The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, University of Florida, College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL In co-sponsorship with the Foundation of the Florida Chapter of the American College of Cardiology presents: Featured Speakers The 33rd Annual Perspectives on C. Richard Conti, MD Jamie B. Conti, MD R. David Anderson, MD Anthony Bavry, MD Thomas Burkart, MD Calvin Choi, MD Eileen Handberg, PhD James A. Hill, MD Michael Jansen, MD Charles T. Klodell, Jr, MD Diego Moguillansky, MD Carl J. Pepine, MD John Petersen, MD Carsten M. Schmalfuss, MD Anita Szady, MD David Winchester, MD © Disney Matthew McKillop, MD William M. Miles, MD Co-sponsored by the American College of Cardiology New Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques in Clinical Cardiology January 31 – February 2, 2014 Disney’s Contemporary Convention Center Walt Disney World®, Lake Buena Vista, FL
  • 2. Co-sponsored by the American College of Cardiology The 33rd Annual Perspectives on New Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques in Clinical Cardiology January 31 – February 2, 2014 Program Director: C. Richard Conti, MD, MACC Co-director: Jamie B. Conti, MD, FACC, FHRS A Program Objectives Upon completion of this program, attendees should be able to: uthorities in cardiovascular medicine gather for this meeting to present new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques in clinical cardiology. This information is becoming increasingly complex, expensive, and sometimes confusing because of conflicting clinical trials. Presentations will directly benefit patient care as applying trial data to individuals is difficult. The goal of this program is to discuss new clinical information and critically evaluate its role in the care of the individual patient in order to provide the proper perspective for those who care for cardiovascular patients. Explain early repolarization (physiologic and pathologic) The formal presentations will be concise, and time will be allowed for commentary and audience participation. As in the past, we will have several hours of panel discussions and case presentations. Summarize the current recommendations for the use of old Review ventricular tachycardia storm, occurrence, management, and outcomes Recognize the clinical importance of the ECG which will be presented for panel discussion and audience participation Describe the clinical indications and outcomes for TEE cardioversion Review indications for atrial fibrillation ablation therapy and provide realistic results for this approach to management of this problem Illustrate the various aspects of cardiac resynchronization therapy Appraise fractional flow reserve (actual and virtual) and new anticoagulants and antiplatelet agents in atrial fibrillation Analyze the management and clinical significance of hypothermia in patients with acute myocardial infarction and cardiac arrest Develop a rationale for renal sympathetic denervation for Who Should Attend? •  Cardiovascular specialists •  Electrophysiologists •  Internists •  Family physicians •  Cardiovascular nurses •  Physician assistants •  Fellows-in-training •  Nurse Practitioners refractory hypertension Evaluate the progress in patients with “refractory hypertension” Improve risk management in patients with cardiovascular disease (for credit) Develop understanding of who to refer for Transcutaneous Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Apply clinical usefulness of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging in patients with C.V. disease Report clinical observations in patients with atypical cardiomyopathies Attend a special session on risk management in patients with cardiovascular disease (for credit)
  • 3. The 33rd Annual Perspectives on New Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques in Clinical Cardiology Registration Form Last Name_____________________________________________________________ First Name_____________________________________________________________ (as you wish it to appear on a badge) MD DO PhD RN PharmD Other______________ Address_______________________________________________________________ City _______________________________State______ Zip Code__________________ Office Phone__________________________Fax______________________________ E-mail_________________________________________________________________ (without e-mail you will not receive confirmation of registration) Fee Early registration saves $100 in each member category. See the application for details. Your registration fee will be confirmed by e-mail only. The registration fee includes the continental breakfasts, breaks, and syllabus. What is your primary medical specialty? (Check ONE) The deadline to register in advance is January 3, 2014. After this date, you must register onsite, and a $100 processing fee will apply. Please be aware that date of postmark does not indicate date of receipt. Special Needs If you have a physical or dietary restriction and need accommodation, the Foundation office needs to know the specifics of your need at least two weeks in advance of the conference so we can plan accordingly. Please call the chapter office at 877-793-8171 and check here. Cancellations Cancellation, substitution, or transfer to another course is allowed if written cancellation is received 4 weeks before a scheduled course. A full refund minus a $100 processing fee will be given for written cancellations received fewer than 4 weeks before the first day of the program. No refund will be given for no-shows. Registration Fees In the unlikely event that the program is cancelled, the College will refund the registration fee in full but is not responsible for any travel or hotel costs you may incur. Adult Cardiology Pediatric Cardiology CV Surgery Internal Medicine Pharmacology Radiology Family/General Other (specify) On or Before Jan. 3 After Jan. 3 ACC Member Physician $490 $590 Nonmember Physician $575 $675 Cardiac Care Team* $335 $435 * embers of the cardiac care team receive this special discounted rate and M include the following: Fellow in Training Resident Nurse Physician Assistant Technologist Emeritus ACC Member Payment must accompany application. 4  asy Ways to Register E Please use ONE of these methods: (Do not mail if previously faxed or telephoned) SECURE ONLINE REGISTRATION www.foundationaccfl.org Mail application and payment to: Florida Chapter, American College of Cardiology 3208 East Colonial Drive Suite 264 Orlando, FL 32803 Phone toll free: 877-793-8171 FAX: 888-637-2405 Check payable to The Foundation of the Florida Chapter of the American  College of Cardiology in U.S. dollars drawn on a U.S. bank. Visa MasterCard (We regret we cannot accept American Express.). Cardholder’s Name ______________________________________________________ Credit Card Number ____________________________________________________ Exp. Date ________________________Three digit security code _________________ Cardholder’s Billing Address Same as address above Cardholder’s Street Address______________________________________________ Cardholder’s City ___________________State______ Zip Code__________________ Cardholder’s Daytime Phone Number_______________________________________ Questions? Contact the Foundation of the Florida Chapter, ACC 877.793.8171 • jennifer@accfl.org
  • 4. Perspectives 2014  A Magical Weekend for  Your Entire Family Program Director C. Richard Conti, MD, MACC Emeritus Professor of Medicine Emeritus Eminent Scholar (Cardiology) Division of Cardiology University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Program Co-Director Jamie B. Conti, MD, FACC, FHRS Professor of Medicine Eminent Scholar, Cardiology, Palm Beach Heart Assn. Chief of Cardiology, Division of Cardiology University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Disney’s Contemporary Convention Center is located inside Walt Disney World® and offers complimentary transportation between the hotel and Magic Kingdom® Park, Epcot®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios™, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Parks. For advance purchase of specially-priced Disney PARK HOPPER® Meeting/Convention theme park tickets, exclusive to meeting/ convention guests and family members, visit: www.mydisneymeetings.com/ flcacc2014 or call (407) 566-5600 to purchase tickets and state that you will be attending the Florida Chapter of America College of Cardiology Foundation Program. These are special meeting/ convention Disney Park Hopper tickets (10% reduced rate) that are unavailable for purchase at the front gates of the theme parks. There are also five golf courses and 20 tennis courts available at the Walt Disney World®. There are several other attractions located within the greater Orlando area. Orlando International Airport is approximately 30 minutes from the hotel. Accommodations To secure your room at Disney’s Contemporary Hotel, please call the Group Reservations Office at (407) 939-4686 and state that you will be attending the Florida Chapter American College of Cardiology Foundation program. The standard room (two queen beds and one day bed) rate is $211.00 per night plus applicable taxes for single/double occupancy. Group rates will be based on availability three days prior to January 30, 2014 and three days post February 2, 2014. Taxes are subject to change. (Additional persons 18 and older, add $25 per person per night.) The hotel room block is scheduled to be held until Monday, December 30, 2013, but may be sold out before this date. Therefore, we advise you to register for the program and reserve your lodging as soon as possible. When you make your reservation, please be sure to ask about any additional fees, early departure fees, or cancellation penalties. We encourage participation by all individuals. If you have a disability, advance notification of any special needs will help us better serve you.
  • 5. Program Director C. Richard Conti, MD, MACC Emeritus Professor of Medicine Emeritus Eminent Scholar (Cardiology) Division of Cardiology University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Program Co-Director Jamie B. Conti, MD, FACC, FHRS Professor of Medicine Eminent Scholar, Cardiology, Palm Beach Heart Assn. Chief of Cardiology, Division of Cardiology University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL University of Florida College of Medicine Faculty R. David Anderson, MD, MS, FACC, FSCAI Associate Professor of Medicine Director of Interventional Cardiology Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Anthony Bavry, MD, FACC Assistant Professor of Medicine Interventional Cardiology Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Thomas Burkart, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Fellowship Training Program Director Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Calvin Choi, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Eileen Handberg, PhD, ARNP, FACC Associate Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida James A. Hill, MD, MS, FACC Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology Medical Director, Heart Failure Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Michael Jansen, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Charles T. Klodell, Jr, MD Associate Professor of Surgery and Anesthesiology Director, Mechanical Cardiac Assist Program Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Matthew McKillop, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Fellowship Program Director Gainesville VA Medical Center Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida William M. Miles, MD, FACC, FHRS Professor of Medicine Silverstein Chair for Cardiovascular Education Training Program Director, Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Diego Moguillansky, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Pediatrics, Pediatric Cardiology Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease University of Florida Carl J. Pepine, MD, MACC Eminent Scholar Emeritus (Cardiology) Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida John Petersen, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Carsten M. Schmalfuss, MD, FACC Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Anita Szady, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida David Winchester, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Division of Cardiovascular Medicine University of Florida Schedule Conference Faculty Friday January 31 7:00 am Registration/Continental Breakfast/Exhibits Open Welcome, Introduction, Course Objectives, 7:50 am  General Information Dr. C. Richard Conti and Dr. Jamie B. Conti Dr. C. Richard Conti, Presiding Electrophysiology & Arrhythmias 8:00 am  Panel Discussion: ECG Unknowns: What is the clinical presentation? Panel Moderator: Dr. W. Miles Panelists: Drs. M. McKillop, T. Burkart, J. Conti, M. Jansen, and C.R. Conti 9:30 am  Early Repolarization on the ECG- Physiologic and Pathologic Possible Mechanisms — Dr. M. McKillop Atrial Fibrillation: TEE Cardioversion Indications Plus 10:00 am  Use of Anti-Arrhythmics vs. Use of Antiarrhythmics Alone — Dr. M. Jansen 10:30 am Break/Exhibits Open Atrial Fibrillation: Anticoagulants Bleeding and Stroke 11:00 am  Rate with Old and New Anticoagulants — Dr. T. Burkart 11:30 am  Panel Discussion: Atrial Fibrillation Panel Moderator: Dr. T. Burkart Panelists: Drs. M. McKillop, J. Conti, and C.R. Conti 12:00 pm  Storm: Occurrence, Mechanisms, and Current VT Management Including VT Ablation and Left Stellate Ganglionectomy — Dr. W. Miles 12:30 pm  Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy: Indications, Results, and Complications-What Does the Future Hold for Devices — Dr. J. Conti 1:00 pm Concluding Remarks — Dr. C.R. Conti
  • 6. SATURday February 1 SUNday February 2 7:00 am Registration/Continental Breakfast/ Exhibits Open Dr. C. Richard Conti, Presiding 7:00 am Registration/Continental Breakfast/ Exhibits Open Dr. C. Richard Conti, Presiding 7:00 am 7:00 am Medical Errors and Risk Management of Cardiovascular Disease – Dr. E. Handberg Medical Errors and Risk Management of Cardiovascular Disease – Dr. E. Handberg Ischemic Heart Disease Imaging 8:00 am  Ultrasensitive Troponin-Use in the E.D. for Chest Pain Patients-Will this Drive us Crazy? — Dr. Winchester 8:30 am  Acute Myocardial Infarction and Hypothermia in Cardiac Arrest SurvivorsIndications, Techniques, Results — Dr. C. Choi  Commentary: Potential Complications— Dr. C. R. Conti Fractional Flow Reserve-Real and Virtual. 9:00 am  If FFR is positive and MPs are Negative, Which One Prevails? — Dr. A. Bavry 9:30 am  Management of Unprotected Left Main Coronary Artery Diagnosis (PCI Stent or CABG) in 2014 — Dr. A Bavry 10:00 am  Stress Echo: Appropriate use for evaluation of Ischemic Heart Disease and Valvular Heart Disease — Dr. J. Petersen 10:30 am Break/Exhibits Open Hypertension 11:00 am  Renal Sympathetic Denervation for “Refractory” Hypertension — Dr. R.D. Anderson 11:30 am  Prognosis of Patients with Refractory Hypertension — Dr. C. Pepine Valvular Heart Disease 12:00 pm  Transcutaneous Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) — Dr. R.D. Anderson Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation–Now What? 12:30 pm  — Dr. C. Klodell 1:00 pm Concluding Remarks — Dr. C.R. Conti 8:00 am  Cardiac MR-Interesting Clinical Cases — Drs. J. Petersen and C. Schmalfuss Selected Adult Congenital Heart Disease 9:00 am  Cases-Who Needs Referral to a CHD Center? — Dr. D. Moguillansky Heart Failure 9:30 am  Atypical Causes of CardiomyopathyPeripartum Cardiomyopathy, Amyloid, Sarcoid, Hemochromatosis, and Chemotherapy — Dr. A. Szady 10:00 am Break/Exhibits Open Advanced Heart Failure Therapy Cases10:30 am  (What is Advanced Heart Failure Therapy?) — Dr. Hill 11:00 am  Panel Discussion: Questions from Audience and Faculty Panel Moderator: Dr. C.R. Conti Panelists: Drs. J. Petersen, C. Schmalfuss, D. Moguillansky, A. Szady, J. Hill, D. Winchester, and C. Choi 12:00 pm Concluding Remarks — Dr. C.R. Conti © Disney Accreditation This program has been submitted for up to 13 Prescribed hour(s) by The American Academy of Family Physicians. AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by The AMA as equivalent to AMA PRA Category I for The Physicians’ Recognition Award. When applying for the AMA PRA, Prescribed hours earned must be reported as Prescribed hours, not as Category I. (This statement applies to all Physicians, not just Family Physicians). This program has been submitted to the Florida Board of Nursing for approval. Approval of 13 contact hours is pending. While offering CME credits noted above, the program is not intended to provide extensive training or certification in the field.