CAD: The Past & The Present- Emerging & Available Treatment Techniques

3 Pacalcified coronary arteriesrt Series: Calcified Coronary Arteries: What Have We Learned? Where Do We Go?



Webcast 1: Assessing the Risk and Burden of Coronary Calcified Lesions
Discuss the incidence and burden of moderate to severe calcification in coronary artery disease.
Review risk factors for coronary calcification.
Outline techniques for coronary calcium scoring and imaging.

0.5 Free AMA Pra CAT 1 CME for Physicians  Expires 7/19/14

Webcast 2: Challenges of Stent Placement in Calcified Coronary Arteries
Review the impact of vascular calcification on cardiac risk and endovascular intervention
Discuss the rationale for coronary debulking during endovascular interventions
Describe the complications of calcified coronary lesions during angioplasty with stent placement

0.5 Free AMA Pra CAT 1 CME for Physicians  Expires 8/20/14

Webcast 3: Available and Emerging Techniques for Modifying Complex Coronary Calcified Lesions
Evaluate techniques for modifying coronary calcified lesions during percutaneous coronary intervention.
Compare and contrast available and emerging devices for modifying complex coronary calcified lesions.
Discuss clinical trial data of ablative devices in endovascular interventions of coronary calcification;

0.5 Free AMA Pra CAT 1 CME for Physicians   Expires  8/20/14

This course also provides 1.65 Free CEUs for Nurses

Sponsored by The Academy for Continued Healthcare Learning :
Funds for this activity have been provided by an educational grant from Cardiovascular Systems, Inc. 


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