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    Success With Failure: Strategies for the Evaluation and Treatment of Heart Failure in the Clinical Practice Success With Failure: Strategies for the Evaluation and Treatment of Heart Failure in the Clinical Practice Document Transcript

    • Mayo School of Continuous Professional DevelopmentSuccess With Failure:Strategies for the Evaluation and Treatmentof Heart Failure in Clinical PracticeAugust 12-14, 2013Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe ResortIncline Village, NevadaOptional ABIM Heart Failure ModuleAugust 11, 2013REGISTER ONLINE NOW!www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-2013r136
    • GENERAL INFORMATIONCourse Description Intended AudienceSuccess With Failure: Heart Failure for Success With Failure is appropriate forClinical Practice will feature up-to-date cardiologists, internists, cardiac surgeons,presentations on the evaluation and cardiac fellows, mid-level providers, andtreatment of heart failure. New diagnostic nurses providing care for patients withtools, drugs, and devices will be reviewed heart failure.along with their role in specific clinicalsituations. Integration of guidelines andclinical management will be highlighted. CreditThe program format includes didactic College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, islectures, interactive case-based discussions, accredited by the Accreditation Councilsurgical and medical perspectives to for Continuing Medical Education toensure a lively and relevant educational provide continuing medical education foropportunity for all participants. physicians.A special optional session will be held for College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic,the ABIM Heart Failure Knowledge designates this live activity for amodule to be presented in an interactive maximum of 15.50 AMA PRA Category 1educational format. The content will Credits™. Physicians should claim onlyenhance the competence and clinical the credit commensurate with the extentjudgment of heart failure care providers. of their participation in the activity. Optional Session – August 11, 2013Course Highlights College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, designates this live activity for a• Heart Failure Re-Admission maximum of 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1• Heart Failure Prevention, Evaluation Credits™. Physicians should claim only and Management the credit commensurate with the extent• Update in practice guidelines, of their participation in the activity. performance measures and clinical research• Contrasting medical and surgical Date and Location perspectives Success With Failure will be held August 12• Focus on heart failure with preserved – 14, 2013 with an optional ABIM Heart ejection fraction Failure Module held August 11, 2013. The• Basic Mechanisms of Heart Failure program will be held at the Hyatt Regency• Multimodality imaging in heart failure Lake Tahoe Resort, situated on North America’s largest alpine lake. Discover anCourse Learning Objectives alpine paradise as you are nestled within the Sierra Mountain Range with 300 daysUpon conclusion of this program, of sunshine a year. Enjoy the beautifulparticipants should be able to: landscape with a cruise on Lake Tahoe, an• Identify relevant features of national alpine hike, golf, mountain biking, or heart failure guidelines relax by the lake in the sunshine on the• Analyze new treatments for heart private beach. Reconnect with family – failure including devices and yourself – while enjoying the natural• Characterize the timing and expected wonders in and around remarkable Lake outcome for surgical interventions in Tahoe. heart failure patients including those with ischemic heart disease and valvular heart diseaseAttendance at this Mayo course does not indicatenor guarantee competence or proficiency in theperformance of any procedures which may bediscussed or taught in this course.
    • GENERAL INFORMATIONLodging Accommodations ParkingGuest rooms have been reserved for Parking is available at the hotel.attendees and their guests with special The cost for parking is included in thecourse rates. In order to receive the resort amenity program.special rate, reservations must be made beforethe room block is filled or before the expirationdate of July 18, 2013, whichever comes Facultyfirst. Reservations will be taken following Course Directorsthis date based on space and rate Barry A. Borlaug, M.D.availability. Please identify yourself as a Brooks S. Edwards, M.D.participant of the Mayo Success With Barry L. Karon, M.D.Failure conference when making your Mayo Facultyreservation. Brent A. Bauer, M.D.Room Reservations: Barry A. Boilson, M.D.Toll-free: 888-421-1442 or 402-592-6464 Crystal R. Bonnichsen, M.D.Fax: 775-886-6794 Leslie T. Cooper, Jr., M.D.On-line: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/ Richard C. Daly, M.D.2013mayotahoe Bernard J. Gersh, M.B., Ch.B., D.Phil Fred Kusumoto, M.D.Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort Joseph J. Maleszewski, M.D.($239.00) Nilufeur McKay, MSN, RN, ANP-BC111 Country Club Drive, Eric J. Olson, M.D.Incline Village, Nevada, 89451 Margaret M. Redfield, M.D.Tel: 775-832-1234 Fax: 775-831-2171 Veronique L. Roger, M.D.All reservations are subject to the Hyatt Maurice E. Sarano, M.D.Resort Amenity Program fee ($7.50). The John M. Stulak, M.D.program includes the following: Local Keith M. Swetz, M.D.phone calls, self & valet parking, health Guest Facultyclub, in-room coffee, complimentary Douglas L. Mann, M.D.business services, seasonal fitness program Lewin Chair and Chief, Cardiovascularand internet. Division; Cardiologist-in-Chief Barnes Jewish HospitalTravel St. Louis, MOThe area can be reached from a number ofairports in the area, the Reno/Tahoe Faculty DisclosureInternational Airport is the closest. To As a provider accredited by ACCME, Collegefully enjoy Lake Tahoe and its surrounding of Medicine, Mayo Clinic (Mayo School ofactivities, it is recommended to rent a car Continuous Professional Development) mustduring your visit. ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in its educational activities.From Distance Course director(s), planning committee, faculty,Reno Tahoe and all others who are in a position to controlInternational Airport 34 miles the content of this educational activity areSacramento required to disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interestInternational Airport 100 miles related to the subject matter of the educationalSan Francisco activity. Safeguards against commercial biasInternational Airport 200 miles have been put in place. Faculty also will disclose any off-label and/or investigationalNorth Lake Tahoe Express runs shuttle use of pharmaceuticals or instrumentsservice to and from the Hyatt and Reno/ discussed in their presentation. Disclosure ofTahoe Airport. For reservations and this information will be published in courseadditional information, please contact them materials so those participants in the activityat: http://www.northlaketahoeexpress.com/. may formulate their own judgments regarding the presentation.Travel arrangements are the soleresponsibility of the individual registrant.
    • COURSE SCHEDULESunday, August 11, 2013 8:25 a.m. An Atlas of Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection3:30 p.m. Registration Fraction: Imaging, Pathology Pre-registration requested and Hemodynamics Crystal R. Bonnichsen, M.D.4:00 p.m. ABIM Medical Knowledge Barry A. Borlaug, M.D. Module – Heart Failure Joseph J. Maleszewski, M.D. Faculty 9:10 a.m. Refreshment breakThe primary purpose of the LearningSession is to facilitate completion of Mini-SymposiumABIM medical knowledge modules by Evaluation of the Patient withboard-certified internists and subspecialists Heart Failureof internal medicine in order for them toreceive Maintenance of Certification 9:25 a.m. Evaluation of the patientcredit. with Newly Identified DCM Leslie T. Cooper, Jr., M.D.6:00 p.m. Adjourn 9:40 a.m. Discussion 9:45 a.m. Assessing Real-LifeMonday, August 12, 2013 Functional Capacity and Quality of Life6:30 a.m. Registration and Nilufeur McKay, MSN, RN, Continental Breakfast ANP-BC7:00 a.m. Welcome and introduction 10:00 a.m. Discussion and pre-test 10:05 a.m. Biomarkers Course Directors Margaret M. Redfield, M.D.Focus on Heart Failure including 10:20 a.m. DiscussionReduced Ejection Fraction 10:25 a.m. Common Errors in Medical7:15 a.m. Is This Heart Failure? Management of Heart Barry A. Borlaug, M.D. Failure Barry L. Karon, M.D.7:35 a.m. Epidemiology of Heart Failure with Focus on Re 10:40 a.m. Discussion Admission Veronique L. Roger, M.D. 10:45 a.m. Dealing with the Failing Right Heart7:55 a.m. Discussion Brooks S. Edwards, M.D.8:00 a.m. Atrial Fibrillation in Heart 11:00 a.m. Discussion Failure Bernard J. Gersh, M.B., Ch.B., 11:05 a.m. Cardiac Resynchronization D.Phil Therapy in Heart Failure Patients8:20 a.m. Discussion Fred Kusumoto, M.D. 11:25 a.m. Discussion 11:30 a.m. Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death and Indications for ICD Therapy Barry A. Boilson, M.D.
    • COURSE SCHEDULE11:50 a.m. Discussion 9:00 a.m. Discussion11:55 a.m. CABG in Ischemic Dilated 9:05 a.m. Heart Failure Due to, or Cardiomyopathy Complicated by, Valvular Richard C. Daly, M.D. Heart Disease—When and How to Intervene?12:15 p.m. Discussion Maurice E. Sarano, M.D.12:20 p.m. KEYNOTE ADDRESS 9:25 a.m. Discussion Treatment of Heart Failure with Cell Based Therapies: 9:30 a.m. Refreshment Break The New Frontier Bernard J. Gersh, M.B., Ch.B., 9:45 a.m. Evaluation and Management D.Phil of Myocarditis in 2013 Leslie T. Cooper, Jr., M.D.12:40 p.m. Cases: Out-patient Management for Preventing 10:05 a.m. Discussion Re-Admission Presenter: Barry L. Karon, M.D. 10:10 a.m. Managing the Panel: Drs. Mann, Redfield, Decompensated Patient: Gersh and Borlaug Vasoactive Therapies Barry A. Borlaug, M.D.1:00 p.m. Adjourn 10:30 a.m. DiscussionTuesday, August 13, 2013 10:35 a.m. KEYNOTE ADDRESS Cardiac Remodeling as a6:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast Therapeutic Target in Heart FailureFocus on Heart Failure with Douglas L. Mann, M.D.Preserved Ejection Fraction 10:55 a.m. Discussion7:00 a.m. Early Bird Cases (Optional) Clinical and Echo 11:00 a.m. Management of HFpEF: Identification of Unusual Thriving (Or at Least Forms of Heart Failure Surviving) in a Data-Free Maurice E. Sarano, M.D. World Margaret M. Redfield, M.D.7:30 a.m. Exertional Dyspnea + Normal EF: How to Rule in or Rule 11:20 a.m. Inpatient Management of Out HFpEF Heart Failure—Focus on Margaret M. Redfield, M.D. Re-Admission Presenter:7:50 a.m. Discussion Margaret M. Redfield, M.D. Panel: Drs. Borlaug, Swetz,7:55 a.m. An Atlas of HFpEF: Imaging, Stulak, and Mann Pathology and Hemodynamics Barry A. Borlaug, M.D. Crystal R. Bonnischen, M.D. Joseph J. Maleszewski, M.D. 8:40 a.m. Impact of Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome on Ventricular and Arterial Function in Heart Failure Douglas L. Mann, M.D.
    • COURSE SCHEDULE12:00 p.m. Breakout Sessions 8:55 a.m. End of Life Considerations Select one session to attend for Patients with Cardiac Device Support1. Interpreting Implantable Devices Keith M. Swetz, M.D. Drs. Kusumoto & Boilson 9:15 a.m. Discussion2. Real World Cases in Heart Failure Clinic 9:20 a.m. Refreshment Break Ms. McKay & Dr. Karon 9:35 a.m. Sleep Related Disorders: 3. What the Surgeon Needs to Know for Impact on Heart Failure Decision Making Management Drs. Daly & Stulak Eric J. Olson, M.D.4. Lessons from End of Life Cases 9:55 a.m. Discussion Dr. Swetz 10:00 a.m. Complementary Alternative1:00 p.m. Adjourn Medicine Therapy for Heart Failure Brent A. Bauer, M.D.Wednesday, August 14, 2013 10:20 a.m. Discussion6:15 a.m. Continental Breakfast 10:25 a.m. Chemotherapy and7:00 a.m. Early Bird Cases (Optional) Radiation Related Heart Multimodality Imaging in Disease Heart Failure Barry L. Karon, M.D. Crystal R. Bonnichsen, M.D. 10:45 a.m. DiscussionClinical Topics in CongestiveHeart Failure 10:50 a.m. Cases in Heart Failure: Bring a Case from Home7:30 a.m. Post-Test Faculty7:40 a.m. Discussing Prognosis, 11:30 a.m. Adjourn Palliative Care, and Hospice for Advanced Heart Failure Patients Keith M. Swetz, M.D.8:00 a.m. Discussion8:05 a.m. Cardiac Transplantation, Selection Management, and Complications Barry A. Boilson, M.D.8:25 a.m. Discussion8:30 a.m. Mechanical Cardiac Support for the Patient with End- stage Heart Failure John M. Stulak, M.D.8:50 a.m. Discussion
    • REGISTRATION Register online at:http://www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-2013R136Registration Fee:Course Registration (MD, PhD, DO, PharmD) $675Course Registration (Resident, NP, PA, RN, RDCS) $595Please sign-up for the Optional Heart Failure Module at the time of registration.Mayo 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-2013R136and click on Register Now. The system will step you through the profile andlogin process. An email 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, and break refreshments. Although it is not Mayo School of ContinuousProfessional Development (CPD) policy to limit the number of registrants for acourse, conference room facilities may necessitate closing of enrollment;therefore, early registration is advised. Enrollment for this program is limited.A letter of confirmation will be e-mailed upon receipt of payment. Please presentthe confirmation letter when checking in at the meeting registration desk.For additional information, contact:Cardiovascular Continuing Education200 First Street SW - Gonda 6Rochester, MN 55905E-mail: cvcme@mayo.eduPhone: 800-283-6296 or 507-266-0677CANCELLATION POLICYIf you cancel your participation in this course, your registration fee, less a $75administrative fee, will be refunded when written notification is received byMayo Division of Cardiovascular Education before July 28, 2013 (cvcme@mayo.edu or fax#: 507-538-0146). No refunds will be made on or after July 28, 2013.Canceled registrations are non-transferable.Mayo School of CPD reserves the right to cancel or postpone any course due tounforeseen circumstances. In the unlikely event Mayo School of CPD mustcancel or postpone this course, Mayo School of CPD will refund the registrationfee, but is not responsible for any related costs, charges, or expenses toparticipants, including fees assessed by airline/travel/lodging agencies.
    • MAYO CLINIC200 First Street SWRochester, MN 55905Success With REGISTER ONLINE TODAY!Failure 2013Strategies for the Evaluation and Treatmentof Heart Failure in the Clinical PracticeAugust 12-14, 2013Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort • Incline Village, NevadaOptional Session: Heart Failure Learning ModuleAugust 11, 2013 (Pre-registration required)Course Highlights• Heart Failure Re-Admission• Heart Failure Prevention, Evaluation and Management• Update in practice guidelines, performance measures and clinical research• Review contrasting medical and surgical perspectives• Focus on heart failure with preserved EF• Basic Mechanisms of Heart Failure• Multimodality imaging in heart failure© 2013 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research MC4111-33rev0113