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Imaging Ventricular Function in Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease: From Doppler to Deformation Imaging Ventricular Function in Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease: From Doppler to Deformation Document Transcript

  • Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development2nd AnnualImaging Ventricular Functionin Congenital and AcquiredHeart Disease:From Doppler to Deformation –State-of-the-Art in 2012October 19-20, 2012 – NEW DATES!Marriott HotelRochester, MNCourse Directors:Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D., FACC, FASEMayo Clinic, Rochester, MNLuc Mertens, M.D., Ph.D., FASE, FESCThe Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, CanadaMark K. Friedberg, M.D., FASEThe Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, CanadaRegister Online Today:http://www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-2012r107
  • Course Description Intended AudienceImaging Ventricular Function in Congenital & This course is designed for pediatric andAcquired Heart Disease: From Doppler to adult cardiologists, fellows in training, andDeformation – State of the Art in 2012, is cardiac sonographers. The emphasis is ondesigned to be a comprehensive and novel modalities of tissue Dopplerinteractive review of the newest modalities echocardiography and deformation imaging.available for ventricular functional assessment Participants should have a good workingin non-invasive imaging. Internationally- knowledge of traditional modalities ofrecognized experts will provide in-depth echocardiography.lectures and hands-on sessions on tissueDoppler, Doppler- and speckle-based strainand strain rate imaging, as well as three- Creditdimensional deformation analysis that will College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, iseducate the course participants in all facets of accredited by the Accreditation Council forimage acquisition, functional analysis, and Continuing Medical Education to provideimportant clinical applications in both continuing medical education for physicians.children and adults with congenital andacquired heart disease. A thorough review of College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, designatesthe science and methodologies related to this live activity for a maximum of 16.5 AMAthese technologies combined with practical PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians shouldimaging pearls and clinical management claim only the credit commensurate with thestrategies will provide both the sonographer extent of their participation in the activity.and echocardiographer with a comprehensive Other Health Care Professionalsupdate on the most up-to-date knowledge A certificate of attendance will be provided toand scientific advances in this exciting field. other health care professionals for requesting credits in accordance with state nursingTeaching Material/Syllabus boards, specialty societies, or other professional associations.Attendees will be provided with a memorystick containing course materials. No papersyllabus will be provided. You are welcome to Educational Grantsbring a computer during the learning session. This course is supported, in part, by educational grants in accordance withCourse Learning Objectives ACCME Standards.Upon conclusion of this program, At the time of this printing, a complete listingparticipants should be able to: of commercial supporters was not available.• Demonstrate proficiency in the acquisition Appropriate acknowledgment will be given and analysis of tissue Doppler and to all supporters at the time of the meeting. deformation imaging parameters (strain, Exhibits will be available for viewing at all strain rate, rotation, torsion) scheduled breaks in the foyer.• Demonstrate basic knowledge of cardiac function and its assessment in the setting of congenital and acquired heart disease Date and Location• Interpret 2-D/Doppler/tissue Doppler/ The Imaging Ventricular Function in deformation imaging parameters in the Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease setting of congenital and acquired heart symposium will be held Friday, October 19 - disease Saturday, October 20. Course headquarters• Integrate these novel imaging parameters will be located on the 2nd floor of the into appropriate clinical management Marriott Hotel, 101 First Avenue SW, strategies in patients with congenital and Rochester, Minnesota. acquired heart disease• Recognize important limitations of these Meeting facilities are easily accessible by novel echocardiographic parameters in skyway and pedestrian subway, which applications to clinical patient management connect Mayo Clinic to shops, restaurants,• Use additional imaging tests more cost and hotels. effectivelyAttendance at this Mayo course does not Registrationindicate nor guarantee competence orproficiency in the performance of any Registrations are accepted online atprocedures which may be discussed or taught http://www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-in this course. diseases-2012r107 or via phone (800-283-6296 or 507-266-6703). The registration fee
  • includes tuition, comprehensive course be sure that your destination is Rochester,electronic syllabus, continental breakfasts, Minnesota (RST) and that your baggage haslunch, and break refreshments. Although it been properly tagged.is not Mayo School of ContinuousProfessional Development’s policy to limit Travel arrangements are the sole responsibility ofthe number of registrants for a course, the individual registrant.conference room facilities may necessitateclosing of enrollment; therefore, earlyregistration is advised. A letter of Lodging Accommodationsconfirmation will be sent upon receipt of Guest rooms have been reserved forpayment and completed registration form. attendees and their guests with special coursePlease present the confirmation letter when rates at each of the following downtownchecking in at the meeting registration desk. Rochester hotels. In order to receive the special rate, reservations must be made beforeFor additional information, contact: the room block is filled or before the expirationMayo Clinic Cardiovascular Diseases date of Friday, September 28, 2012, whichever(Reference: Strain 2012) comes first. Reservations will be taken200 1st Street SW/GO6-138SW following this date based on space and rateRochester, MN 55905 availability. Please identify yourself as aWebsite: http://www.mayo.edu/cme/ participant of the STRAIN COURSE when cardiovascular-diseases-2012r107 making your reservation.E-mail: cvcme@mayo.edu Kahler Grand HotelPhone: 800-283-6296 or 507-266-6703 20 Second Avenue SW Fax: 507-266-7403 800-533-1655 or 507-282-2581 $119 single/double Cancellation Policy http://www.kahler.com/If you cancel your participation in this course, Rochester Marriott Hotelyour registration fee, less a $75 administrative 101 First Avenue SWfee, will be refunded when written notification 877-623-7775 or 507-280-6000is received by Mayo School before Friday, $139 single/doubleOctober 5, 2012, (cvcme@mayo.edu or fax#: http://www.marriott.com/507-266-7403). No refunds will be made on or The hotels listed above are connected byafter Friday, October 5, 2012. Canceled skyway and pedestrian subway to conferenceregistrations are non-transferable. facilities, downtown shops, and restaurants. You may wish to visit the RochesterMayo School of Continuous Professional Convention and Visitors Bureau websiteDevelopment reserves the right to cancel or www.rochestercvb.org and/orpostpone any course due to unforeseen www.rochester411.com for additionalcircumstances. In the unlikely event Mayo accommodation options and area information.School of Continuous ProfessionalDevelopment must cancel or postpone this Lodging arrangements are the sole responsibilitycourse, Mayo School of Continuous of the individual registrant.Professional Development will refund theregistration fee, but is not responsible for any Mayo School of Continuous Professionalrelated costs, charges, or expenses to Development is not responsible for expensesparticipants, including fees assessed by incurred by an individual who is not confirmedairline/travel/lodging agencies. and for whom space is not available at the meeting. Costs incurred by the registrant such as airline or hotel fees or penalties areTravel the responsibility of the registrant.Rochester, Minnesota, is a friendly city thatgreets thousands of visitors from around the Parkingworld each year. The city is serviced by amodern international airport with multiple Parking is available in hotel, city, and Mayoflights daily via American or Delta Airlines. patient/visitor ramps. The cost for parking isAccess to and from the airport is provided by not included in the registration fee. A maptaxi, shuttle service, and rental car. The indicating the location of downtown parkingairport is located approximately 10 miles facilities will be mailed with the registrantfrom the Mayo Clinic campus. confirmation letter.Note to Travelers: Several cities in the UnitedStates are named Rochester. When you makeairline reservations and check your baggage,
  • Faculty Jae K. Oh, M.D., FACC, FAHA, FASE Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic; Co-Course Director Director, Integrated CV Imaging, MayoBenjamin W. Eidem, M.D., FACC, FASE Clinic, Rochester, MN; and Director,Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine, Mayo Cardiovascular Center, Samsung MedicalClinic; Consultant, Division of Center, Seoul, KoreaCardiovascular Diseases and PediatricCardiology; Director, Pediatric & Fetal Chelsea L. Reece, R.D.C.S.Echocardiography Laboratory; Co-Director, Clinical Sonographer, CardiovascularMayo Clinic Echocardiographic Laboratory, Ultrasound Imaging and HemodynamicMayo Clinic, Rochester, MN Laboratory; Congenital Echocardiography Research Laboratory, Mayo Clinic, Rochester,Luc Mertens, M.D., Ph.D., FASE, FECS MNAssociate Professor at University of Toronto;Section Head, Echocardiography, The Hector R. Villarraga, M.D., FACC, FASEHospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada Assistant Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic; Consultant, Division of CardiovascularMark K. Friedberg, M.D., FASE Diseases and Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic,Associate Professor in Pediatrics, Staff Rochester, MNCardiologist, The Labatt Family Heart Center,The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Guest FacultyToronto, Toronto, Canada Andrea Dragulescu, M.D., Ph.D. Assistant Professor in Pediatrics, StaffMayo Faculty Cardiologist, The Labatt Family Heart Center,Paul M. Bastiansen, RDCS The Hospital for Sick Children, University ofAdvanced Clinical and Research Toronto, Toronto, CanadaSonographer, Cardiovascular UltrasoundImaging and Hemodynamic Laboratory, Javier Ganame, M.D., Ph.D.Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cardiology Division, McMaster University, Hamilton,Nowell M. Fine, M.D. Ontario, CanadaAdvanced Adult Cardiology Fellow, MayoClinic, Rochester, MN Cameron Slorach, RDCS Clinical and Research Cardiac Sonographer,Rebecca (Becky) K. Lindquist, RDCS Research Echo and Vascular Laboratory, TheClinical Sonographer, Cardiovascular Hospital for Sick Children, University ofUltrasound Imaging and Hemodynamic Toronto, Toronto, CanadaLaboratory; Head Research Sonographer,Congenital Echocardiography ResearchLaboratory, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MNAngela R. Miller, R.D.C.S.Clinical Sonographer, CardiovascularUltrasound Imaging and HemodynamicLaboratory; Congenital EchocardiographyResearch Laboratory, Mayo Clinic,Rochester, MNFaculty DisclosureAs a provider accredited by ACCME, College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic (Mayo School ofContinuous Professional Development) must ensure balance, independence, objectivity andscientific rigor in its educational activities. Course director(s), planning committee, faculty,and all others who are in a position to control the content of this educational activity arerequired to disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest related tothe subject matter of the educational activity. Safeguards against commercial bias have beenput in place. Faculty also will disclose any off-label and/or investigational use ofpharmaceuticals or instruments discussed in their presentation. Disclosure of this informationwill be published in course materials so those participants in the activity may formulate theirown judgments regarding the presentation.
  • FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2012 EVALUATION OF SYSTOLIC FUNCTION IN CHILDREN WITH CARDIOMYOPATHY7:30 a.m. Registration and Dr. Mark K. Friedberg, presiding Continental Breakfast 1:30 p.m. Evaluation of Ventricular8:15 a.m. Welcome and Course Pretest Systolic Function in Children – Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D. A Practical ApproachINTRODUCTION TO CARDIAC FUNCTION Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D.Dr. Benjamin W. Eidem, presiding 1:50 p.m. Evaluation of Ventricular8:30 a.m. Assessment of Cardiac Systolic Function in Children Function – Back to the Basics With Dilated Cardiomyopathy (Concepts of Contractility, Mark K. Friedberg, M.D. Loading, Geometry, Invasive 2:10 p.m. Evaluation of Ventricular Measurements) Systolic Function in Luc Mertens, M.D., Ph.D. Children With Hypertrophic9:00 a.m. Cardiac Mechanics Cardiomyopathy – The Basic Principles Javier Ganame, M.D., Ph.D. Luc Mertens, M.D., Ph.D. 2:30 p.m. Early Detection of9:30 a.m. Relationship Between Myocardial Dysfunction in Myocardial Deformation Cardiomyopathies and Function. What Does Luc Mertens, M.D., Ph.D. Deformation Imaging Add 2:50 p.m. Panel Discussion Clinically Drs. Eidem, Ganame, and Mertens; Javier Ganame, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Friedberg, moderator10:00 a.m. Refreshment Break 3:15 p.m. Refreshment BreakBASIC PRINCIPLES OF DEFORMATION APPLICATIONS OF STRAIN IMAGINGAND VELOCITY IMAGING IN ACQUIRED HEART DISEASEDr. Luc Mertens, presiding Dr. Benjamin W. Eidem, presiding10:30 a.m. Tissue Velocities and 3:30 p.m. Strain in Coronary Artery Isovolumic Acceleration: Basic Disease Principles and How Do We Nowell M. Fine, M.D. Measure Them? Mark K. Friedberg, M.D. 4:00 p.m. Strain for Evaluation of Thickened Myocardial10:50 a.m. Strain and Strain Rate: Basic Walls: Athlete Heart/HCM, Principles and How Do We Hyertension/Amyloid Measure Them? Hector R. Villarraga, M.D. Javier Ganame, M.D., Ph.D. 4:30 p.m. Can Strain Help to11:10 a.m. Torsion: How Do We Measure Differentiate Myocardial It and What Does It Mean? from Pericardial Disease? Andrea Dragulescu, M.D., Ph.D. Nowell M. Fine, M.D.11:30 a.m. Velocities and Deformation 5:00 p.m. Assessment of Ventricular – Validation, Variability, and Function in Adult Congenital Normal Values in Children Heart Disease Luc Mertens, M.D., Ph.D. Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D.11:50 a.m. Questions and Answers HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATION Drs. Ganame, Friedberg, Rebecca (Becky) K. Lindquist, RDCS, and Dragulescu; Paul M. Bastiansen, RDCS, Dr. Mertens, moderator Angela R. Miller, RDCS,12:15 p.m. Lunch Chelsea L. Reece, RDCS, and Elizabethan Room, Cameron Slorach, RDCS Kahler Hotel, Lobby Level 5:30 p.m. The Functional Protocol Demonstration Location: Siebens 4-02 Cases and Hands-on Imaging With Examples of Optimal and Suboptimal Imaging Location: Siebens 4-10 6:30 p.m. Adjourn
  • SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2012 12:00 p.m. Lunch Elizabethan Room7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Kahler Hotel, Lobby LevelEVALUATION OF DIASTOLIC ASSESSMENT OF VENTRICULARFUNCTION IN CHILDREN DYSSYNCHRONY AND DEVICEDr. Mark K. Friedberg, presiding OPTIMIZATION7:45 a.m. Basic Determinants of Dr. Benjamin W. Eidem, presiding Diastolic Function 1:00 p.m. What Methods Are Available Luc Mertens, M.D., Ph.D. and Which Should We Use?8:15 a.m. Current Techniques Used Mark K. Friedberg, M.D. for Evaluation of Ventricular 1:20 p.m. Is There Utility for Echo Diastolic Function in Adults Assessment of Dyssynchrony Rebecca (Becky) K. Lindquist, RDCS After the PROSPECT Trial? and Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D. Jae K. Oh, M.D.8:45 a.m. Diastolic Functional Parameters 1:40 p.m. How Do We Use Echo to and Invasive Pressure Optimize CRT Devices Measurements in Children. Cameron Slorach, RDCS and Why are Children Different? Mark K. Friedberg, M.D. Andrea Dragulescu, M.D., Ph.D.9:15 a.m. Refreshment Break 2:00 p.m. Panel Discussion Drs. Friedberg and Oh;VELOCITY AND DEFORMATION Dr. Eidem, moderatorIMAGING IN CONGENITAL HEARTDISEASE 2:15 p.m. Refreshment BreakDr. Luc Mertens, presiding and Visit Exhibits9:30 a.m. The Effect of Geometry and FUTURE DIRECTIONS Loading on Tissue Velocities Dr. Luc Mertens, presiding and Deformation 2:30 p.m. What and How to Introduce Luc Mertens, M.D., Ph.D. New Technology in a Pediatric9:50 a.m. Velocity and Deformation Echo Lab Imaging in Left Heart Lesions: Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D. Aortic Stenosis, Coarctation of 3:00 p.m. 3-D Strain: Useful Tool or the Aorta – Any Use? Cute Toy Javier Ganame, M.D., Ph.D. Mark K. Friedberg, M.D.10:10 a.m. Velocity and Deformation 3:30 p.m. The Future of Pediatric Imaging in Assessment of the Echocardiography – How Univentricular Heart Function Many Dimensions to Add? Mark K. Friedberg, M.D. Luc Mertens, M.D., Ph.D.10:30 a.m. Velocity and Deformation Imaging in Other Lesions: 4:00 p.m. Panel Discussion Transposition, ALCAPA, … Drs. Eidem and Friedberg; Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D. Dr. Mertens, moderator10:50 a.m. Panel Discussion 4:15 p.m. Post-Test Drs. Ganame, Friedberg, and Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D. Eidem; Dr. Mertens, moderator HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATIONASSESSMENT OF RV FUNCTION BY Rebecca (Becky) K. Lindquist, RDCS,ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY Paul M. Bastiansen, RDCS,Dr. Benjamin W. Eidem, presiding Angela R. Miller, RDCS, Chelsea L. Reece, RDCS, and11:00 a.m. Current Techniques for RV Cameron Slorach, RDCS Functional Assessment Paul M. Bastiansen, RDCS and 4:30 p.m. The Functional Protocol Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D. Demonstration Location: Siebens 4-0511:20 a.m. RV Assessment After Tetralogy Cases and Hands-on With of Fallot Repair - Importance of Regional Myocardial Deformation Examples of Optimal and Andrea Dragulescu, M.D., Ph.D. Suboptimal Imaging Location: Siebens 4-0611:40 a.m. RV Assessment in Pulmonary Hypertension 5:30 p.m. Adjourn Mark K. Friedberg, M.D.
  • REGISTRATION Register online:http://www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-2012R107Registration Fee:Course Registration (MD, PhD, DO, PharmD) $525.00Course Registration (Fellows, Sonographer, RN) $400.00One Day Fee $300.00Mayo Clinic Division of Cardiology has recently implemented an onlineconference registration system. If this is your first time using the online system,you will need to create a profile and login account.Register by entering the url:http://www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-2012R107and click on Register Now. The system will guide you through the profile andlogin process. An e-mail address is required upon registration. A letter ofconfirmation will be forwarded to this address upon receipt of payment andsubmitted registration. Present this letter of confirmation when checking in atthe meeting registration desk.The registration fee includes tuition, electronic course syllabus, continentalbreakfasts, break refreshments, and lunch. Although it is not Mayo School ofContinuous Professional Development (CPD) policy to limit the number ofregistrants for a course, conference room facilities may necessitate closing ofenrollment; therefore, early registration is advised. Enrollment for this programis limited. A letter of confirmation will be e-mailed upon receipt of payment.Please present the confirmation letter when checking in at the meetingregistration desk.For additional information, contact:Cardiovascular Continuing Education200 First Street SW – Gonda 6Rochester, MN 55905E-mail: cvcme@mayo.eduPhone: 800-283-6296 or 507-266-6703Website: www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-2012R107
  • MAYO CLINIC 200 First Street SW/GO6-138SW Rochester, MN 55905 Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development 2nd Annual Imaging Ventricular Function in Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease: From Doppler to Deformation – State-of-the-Art in 2012 October 19-20, 2012 – NEW DATES! Marriott Hotel Rochester, MN REGISTER ONLINE NOW! http://www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-2012r107 If you already received a copy of this brochure, please give this brochure to an interested colleague.© 2012 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research MC4052-68rev0512