BHRS: Living with COVID - challenges and benefits of changes

BHRS: Living with COVID - challenges and benefits of changes

Opportunities and Challenges with Remote Services during and after COVID-19 - Ian Wright

Mr Ian Wright (Imperial, London, UK) discusses the impact that COVID-19 has had on cardiac patients in his hospital.

He presents an analysis of mortality rates as a result of COVID-19 complications and how this has resulted in double the expected deaths in ICD patients during the month of April 2020.
He considers the requirements, challenges, and opportunities of remote monitoring, particularly with consideration for the elderly patient population.
Ian Wright
Imperial College Hospital, London, UK

 


Programme Outline
  • Introduction: Living with COVID Francisco LeyvaMauro Biffi
  • Continuing cardiology: during and after COVIDHoward Marshall
  • Remote clinics & investigations: what have we learnt during COVID?Ross Hunter
  • BNP and ECG as a guide to picking up significant valvular heart diseaseBernard Prendergast
  • Imaging in the era of COVID: who needs imaging when resources are limitedNik Sabharwal
  • Running a remote device clinic with cases during and after COVID-19Matt Swift
  • Opportunities and Challenges with Remote Services during and after COVID-19Ian Wright
  • Patient satisfaction with remote services during and after COVID-19Trudie Lobban
  • Closing Remarks: Living with COVIDFrancisco LeyvaMauro Biffi
A Radcliffe Medical Media production in partnership with the British Heart Rhythm Society (BHRS).

Patient satisfaction with remote services during and after COVID-19 - Trudie Lobban MBE