State of the Art Cardiovascular Care (2018)
In this set of eight accredited activities, you will learn about the latest advances in clinical cardiovascular (CV) care. Learn about the care of adults with congenital heart disease, the role that the various hypertension guidelines play in patient care, wearable technologies in cardiovascular care, coronary artery calcium (CAC) testing, advances in women and heart disease, diagnosis and treatment of cardiac amyloidosis, and new data about aspirin in CV disease prevention.
Upon completion of these eight activities, the learner will be able to evaluate newly developed concepts in the care of patients with common cardiovascular problems, measure treatment strategies for cardiovascular problems that can be deployed in the outpatient setting and keep patients out of the hospital, and validate treatment strategies for cardiovascular problems in the setting of common comorbidities.
Descriptions and accreditation for all eight activities are shown under Activity Information. Accreditation is claimed separately on each activity.
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|Activity Title (clickable links)
|Advances in Women and heart disease after going red for 15 years
|Diagnosis and treatment of cardiac amyloidosis, an underappreciated disease in your patients
|Digital health and wearable technologies: cardiac care in the era of the Apple Watch
|How low should you go: making sense of the various hypertension guidelines
|How useful are coronary artery calcification testing and coronary CT angiography for risk prediction?
|Making sense of CV disease prevention in your patients
|State of the Art Cardiovascular Care - AHA Discussant
|What do I need to know about the care of adults with congenital heart disease?
Type: Internet Activity (Enduring Material)
AHA Members Price
20 Registered Users
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