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  • 1. NORTHWESTERN 201234th ANNUAL PROGRAMECHO INNOVATIONSTO MEET TODAY’SCLINICAL CHALLENGESOctober 6–8, 2012Northwestern Memorial HospitalChicago, IllinoisNew Developments that will Improve your Diagnostic SkillsINCLUDING: 3D, Diastology, Intraoperative Echo, Contrast,Stress, Congenital, Valvular Heart Disease, Atrial FibrillationSponsored byand Echo Northwestern 2012 is co-sponsored by the American Society of Echocardiography. Not Affiliated or Endorsed by ARDMS®
  • 2. GENERAL INFORMATIONPROGRAM OBJECTIVES PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONThis course will provide physicians and sonographers Principles of echocardiography will be reviewed andat all levels with practical knowledge and application of advances will be demonstrated through lectures andcolor flow Doppler, two-dimensional, transesophageal, case studies. Participants will be exposed to all aspects3D and stress echocardiographic techniques which of basic and advanced echocardiography.can be utilized in everyday application as well as future Morning sessions will be devoted to state of the artapplications of echocardiography. At the end of the lectures on advances in echocardiography and specificcourse, each participant should have improved skills in the application to the following states:use of echocardiography techniques for the appropriate Heart Failure Valvular Heart Diseasediagnosis and treatment of common cardiac conditions. Interventional Cardiology Cardiac SurgeryAt the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able Electrophysiology Coronary Artery Diseaseto: The following aspects of echocardiography will be1. Apply the recommendations for the echocardiographic covered: evaluation of left ventricular function to their clinical 2D Echocardiography Contrast practice. Spectral and Echocardiography2. Explain the role of echo in the treatment of heart Color Doppler Tissue Doppler, failure Transesophageal Strain/Strain Rate3. Use tissue Doppler imaging (TDI) to measure Echocardiography Congenital Heart Disease the intrinsic myocardial velocities to distinguish 3D Echocardiography (Tetralogy of Fallot) between restrictive cardiomyopathy and constrictive Stress Echocardiography pericarditis. Case studies will be interspersed throughout each of the4. Explore the role of echo for the evaluation of diastolic lectures to emphasize the importance and clinical utility of function. each technique discussed. The case studies will emphasize different topics in echocardiography (Endocarditis,5. Determine who is a candidate for mitral valve surgery Prosthetic Valves, Aorta/Vascular, Pericardial diseases, based on echocardiographic findings. Masses, Congenital).6. Recognize different echocardiographic methods of assessment of Right Ventricular structure and TARGET AUDIENCE/ PREREQUISITES function. Cite the strengths and weaknesses of The target audience is cardiologists, cardiology fellows, these techniques including emerging technologies: anesthesiologists, surgeons, sonographers and nurses TDI and Strain. who have a need for echo expertise. A minimum of three7. Discuss the clinical classification of pulmonary months experience in echocardiography and knowledge hypertension, its implications for the patient and how of basic transesophageal anatomy and physiology of the echo can help in assessing its severity and guide heart is required. management of patients with the condition. CONFERENCE LOCATION8. Evaluate how 3D echo works and express limitations The program will be held at the 3rd floor Conference and potential applications as it relates to daily Center located in the Feinberg Pavilion of Northwestern practice and patient management. Memorial Hospital, 251 E. Huron Street, Chicago, Illinois.9. Assess the latest data on contrast safety and use Directions and parking information are available at www. contrast safely by knowing which patients need to nmh.org. Discounted parking is available at the Huron- monitored after contrast and how to monitor those St. Clair garage, located at 222 E. Huron or at the Erie- patients. Ontario garage, located at 321 East Erie. Please see the10. Review of varying disease states that can be registration table for parking validation. evaluated with stress echo. REFUNDS11. Review of the role of echo in the treatment of patients $50 shall be retained to cover administrative expenses with cancer. should you cancel your registration for any reason. In12. Understand the anatomy of patients with Tetralogy of order to refund the balance, we must receive WRITTEN Fallot and the role of echo in the evaluation of such notice of withdrawal by September 22, 2012. No refunds patients. will be issued thereafter.
  • 3. ACCREDITATIONNorthwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine isaccredited by the Accreditation Council for ContinuingMedical Education to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians.DESIGNATIONNorthwestern University Feinberg School of Medicinedesignates this live activity for a maximum of 23.5AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians shouldonly claim credit commensurate with the extent of theirparticipation in the activity.HOTEL (Reserve beforeSeptember 5, 2012)Rooms have been reserved at the MileNorth, A ChicagoHotel, located at 166 E. Superior St. at a reduced rateof $209 single/double, plus tax. Please contact thehotel at 1-855-MileNorth and mention NORTHWESTERNUNIVERSITY to reserve your room. Complimentarywireless internet and fitness center access is included inguest rooms for meeting attendees. Reservations madeafter September 5, 2012, or after the room block hasfilled, are subject to availability at regular hotel rates.FACULTY DISCLOSURENorthwestern University Feinberg School of Medicinerequires course directors, speakers, instructors,planners and other individuals who are in a positionto control the content of this activity to disclose anyreal or apparent conflict of interest they may haveas related to the content of this activity. All identifiedconflicts of interest are thoroughly vetted by NUFSM forfair balance, scientific objectivity of studies mentionedin the materials or used as the basis for content, andappropriateness of patient care recommendations. Thefaculty disclosures and the discussion of off-label usagewill be indicated in the course syllabus.SPECIAL NEEDSThe Feinberg School of Medicine fully intends to complywith the legal requirements of the American withDisabilities Act. If any participant of this conference is inneed of accommodation please indicate those needs onthe registration form or submit written requests to theOffice of CME at least one month prior to the conferencedate.
  • 4. FACULTYGUEST FACULTYSaroja Bharati, MD Jae Oh, MD Miguel A. Quiñones, MD,The Heart Institute for Children Mayo Clinic MACCMaurice Lev Congenital Heart and Consultant, Cardiovascular Diseases Professor of MedicineConduction System Center Co-Director, Integrated Cardiac Weill Cornell Medical CollegeProfessor of Pathology Imaging Center Chairman, Department of CardiologyRush Medical College Director, Echo Core Laboratory Methodist DeBakey Heart andChicago, Illinois Director, Pericardial Disease Clinic Vascular Center Professor of Medicine, College of The Methodist Hospital Medicine Houston, TX Rochester, MNNORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITYFEINBERG SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FACULTYNausheen Akhter, MD William Pearce, MD NORTHWESTERNInstructor in Medicine Violet R. and Charles A. Baldwin MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Professor of Vascular SurgeryRobert O. Bonow, MD FACULTYGoldberg Distinguished Professor of Jyothy J. Puthumana, MD Leighton Brady, RDCSMedicine Assistant Professor of Medicine Brian Fey, RDCSCharles Davidson, MD, Hyde Russell, MDFSCAI, FAHA Assistant Professor of Surgery Laura Guroian, RDCSProfessor of Medicine Sanjiv J. Shah, MD Bonnie Kane, RDCS, FASEClinical Chief, Cardiology Assistant Professor of MedicineMedical Director, Bluhm Michael A. McNeal, RDCS Director, Heart Failure with PreservedCardiovascular Institute Ejection Fraction Program Cedrick Malapitan, RDCSR. Andrew de Freitas, MD Robert A. Silverberg, MD Mary Paul, RDCSAssistant Professor of Pediatrics Associate Professor of Medicine Mansoor Peerbhai, RDCS,Stephen R. Devries, MD, Patricia Vassallo, MD, FASE RVTFASE Assistant Professor of MedicineAssociate Professor of Medicine Juliet Ryan, RDCS Clyde Yancy, MD, MSc, Shelley Sarson, RDCS,Steven A. Farmer, MD FACC, FAHA, MACPAssistant Professor of Medicine FASE Magerstadt Professor of MedicineBenjamin Freed, MD Chief, Division of Cardiology Inga Vaitenas, RCSAssistant Professor of Medicine Qiong (Joan) Zhao, MD, Robyn Witkov, RDCSSusan Kim, MD PhD, FASEAssistant Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine TECHNICAL DIRECTORRichard Lee, MD, MBA Dean Augustine, RDCSAssociate Professor of Surgery PROGRAM DIRECTORS Northwestern Memorial HospitalSurgical Director, Center for Atrial Kameswari Maganti, MD,Fibrillation FASE SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATORPatrick M. McCarthy, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Matt Hayes, CIIPHeller-Sacks Professor of Surgery David J. Mehlman, MD, Northwestern Memorial HospitalChief, Cardiac Surgery FASEEdwin C. McGee, Jr., MD Associate Professor of Medicine PROGRAM COORDINATORSAssistant Professor of Surgery Issam Mikati, MD, FASE Ashley KickS. Chris Malaisrie, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Northwestern University, FeinbergAssistant Professor of Surgery School of Medicine Vera H. Rigolin, MD, FASEMarla Mendelson, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Cynthia WolinskiAssociate Professor of Medicine Director, Echocardiography Northwestern Medical FacultyDirector, Heart Disease and Laboratory FoundationPregnancy Program
  • 5. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2012 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 20127:00 a.m. REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL 7:30 a.m. CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST BREAKFAST ATRIAL FIBRILLATIONHEART FAILURE 8:00 a.m. Use of TEE in the Afib Patient Before and8:00 a.m. The Role of Echo in Managing Heart After Treatment Failure Patients – Case Examples Kameswari Maganti, MD, FASE Clyde Yancy, MD, MSc, FACC, 8:45 a.m. Intracardiac Echocardiography and FAHA, MACP Percutaneous Interventions8:30 a.m. Systolic Function: Ejection Fraction and Susan Kim, MD Beyond 9:15 a.m. Surgical Treatment of Afib Issam Mikati, MD, FASE Richard Lee, MD, MBA8:50 a.m. Diastolic Function: The Basics 9:45 a.m. Beverage Break and Exhibits Miguel Quiñones, MD, MACC9:30 a.m. Clinical Applications of Strain/Strain Rate EXERCISE AND STRESS TESTING Jyothy Puthumana, MD 10:15 a.m. The Athlete’s Heart10:00 a.m. Beverage Break and Exhibits Jyothy Puthumana, MD10:15 a.m. Hemodynamic Assessment of the Heart 10:45 a.m. Stress Echo Cases to Detect CAD Failure Patient- Case Based Learning Stephen Devries, MD, FASE Miguel Quiñones, MD, MACC 11:15 a.m. Contrast Echo: Where Have We Been?11:15 a.m. Assessment of Pulmonary Hypertension Where Are We Now? and the Right Ventricle Patricia Vassallo, MD Sanjiv Shah, MD 11:45 a.m. Hemodynamic Stress Echo Cases12:00 p.m. Lunch Qiong (Joan) Zhao, MD, PhD1:00 p.m. Echocardiographic Evaluation of the 12:15 p.m. Lunch Patient with Collagen Vascular Disease Sanjiv Shah, MD PROSTHETIC VALVES/DISEASE OF1:45 p.m. Surgical Treatment of the Heart Failure THE AORTA AND THE Patient AORTIC VALVE Edwin McGee, Jr., MD 1:15 p.m. Prosthetic Valves Show and Tell2:30 p.m. Variations in Cardiovascular Imaging for David Mehlman, MD, FASE Patients Hospitalized with Incident Heart 2:15 p.m. Diseases of the Aorta Failure William Pearce, MD Steven Farmer, MD 2:45 p.m. Traditional Surgical Treatment of Aortic3:00 p.m. Beverage Break and Exhibits Stenosis and Diseases of the Aorta3:15 p.m. Heart Failure in the Cancer Patient S. Chris Malaisrie, MD Nausheen Akhter, MD 3:15 p.m. Beverage Break and Exhibits3:45 p.m. Case Presentations 3:30 p.m. Percutaneous Treatment of Aortic4:15 p.m. Non-CME Stenosis (TAVI) What’s New in Ultrasound Technology Charles Davidson, MD, FSCAI, FAHA6:00 p.m. Adjourn Issam Mikati, MD, FASE 4:15 p.m. Case Presentations 6:00 p.m. Adjourn
  • 6. MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 20127:00 a.m. CONTINENTAL BREAKFASTMITRAL VALVE DISEASE7:30 a.m. Surgeon’s View of Mitral Valve Disease Patrick McCarthy, MD8:00 a.m. Live OR Feed- TEE Nausheen Akhter, MD David Mehlman, MD FASE8:15 a.m. Cardiologist’s View of Mitral Valve Disease Robert Bonow, MD8:45 a.m. TEE Assessment of the Mitral Valve Vera Rigolin, MD, FASE9:15 a.m. My Favorite Valve Cases Robert Silverberg, MD9:45 a.m. Live OR Feed- TEE Nausheen Akhter, MD David Mehlman, MD FASE10:00 a.m. Beverage Break and ExhibitsPERICARDIAL DISEASES10:15 a.m. Pericardial Diseases Jae Oh, MD11:00 Live Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement Issam Mikati, MD, FASE Charles Davidson, MD, FSCAI, FAHA S. Chris Malaisrie, MD11:15 a.m. My Favorite Cases Jae Oh, MD12:00 p.m. Lunch1:00 p.m. Congenital Session – Tetralogy of Fallot Saroja Bharati, MD Andrew de Freitas, MD Marla Mendelson, MD Hyde Russell, MD3:00 p.m. Beverage Break and Exhibits3:15 p.m. Case Presentations5:30 p.m. Adjourn CHICAGO SOCIETY OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY RECEPTION AND LECTURE 6:30 P.M. TO 8:00 P.M. 6:30 p.m. Refreshments 7:00 p.m Diastolic Dysfunction – Is It Real? Jae Oh, MD 8:00 p.m. Adjourn
  • 7. ECHO NORTHWESTERN 2012 October 6-8, 2012 Please check one below: ❍ Physicians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $625.00 ❍ ASE Member Physicians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 ❍ Technologists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $500.00 ❍ ASE Member Technologists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $400.00 ❍ Resident, Fellows, Nurses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $400.00 How to Register: On-Line: Go to www.cme.northwestern.edu/conferences Or Mail with check to: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Office of Continuing Medical Education 420 East Superior, Suite 680Please make your check payable to Arthur J. Rubloff BuildingNorthwestern University. Chicago, IL 60611-3008 Phone: 312-503-8533PLEASE TYPE OR PRINTLast Name ____________________________________________________________________________ ❍ MD ❍ RDCSFirst Name ____________________________________________________________________________ ❍ __________Address ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________City _____________________________________________________________ State _________ Zip __________________Daytime Phone __________________________________________ Fax_________________________________________E-mail (required) _______________________________________________________________________________________ (Your registration confirmation will be e-mailed.)Specialty _____________________________________________________________________________________________Are you a Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Alumni? ❏ Yes ❏ No Please indicate any special needs ___________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________
  • 8. NON-PROFIT U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT #374Office of Continuing Medical Education SKOKIE, IL420 East SuperiorArthur J. Rubloff BuildingSuite 680Chicago, IL 60611ECHO NORTHWESTERN 2012Saturday–MondayOctober 6 - 8, 2012Chicago, IllinoIs

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