This Simple Education Essential Guide to Coronary Angiography, Stenting and Structural Intervention course will give participants real knowledge and insights into how to become successful in interventional cardiology practice. Designed and run by leading internationally experts in the field, the course will steer you through from A to Z of contemporary interventional practice to ensure you are safe and confident in your approach and managment of patients.
This is the third module in the Simple Education Essential Guide to Coronary Angiography, Stenting and Structural Intervention course. The one day course aims to provide you with the definitive guide to acute coronary syndromes, NSTEMI and STEMI. This 4 module series incorporates the BCS and BCIS curriculum and is aimed for general cardiology trainees, clinical fellows, physiologists, cath lab staff and Interventional Trainees. So, if you want to be more confident in the mangement of this increasingly common subset of patients - this is the course for you!
What should I expect from the course content? The Simple Education Essential Guide to Acute Coronary Syndromes, NSTEMI and STEMI has a refreshing style, and is innovative in format comprising short lectures centred on real cases and video demonstrations. By the end of the course you should be confident in your approach to the managment of ACS and NSTEMI and STEMI cardiology patients.
What endorsement does this have? Simple Education provides medical education all around the world. This course covers all of the corecurriculum for for those working within the catheter laboratory.
Who are the trainers? Simple Education provides medical education all around the world. Who are the trainers? The course is delivered by world renowned experts and lecturers in the field and aims to provide attendees with tips and tricks learnt from years of practice.
||Essential guide to Acute Coronary Syndromes, NSTEMI STEMI
||Does this patient need an angioplasty?
||Preparing your patient for angioplasty – what complications should you discuss and what is their incidence?
||Fail safe guide to access routes and guide catheters in acutely unwell patients
||Anti-platelet Therapy and anticoagulants in ACS patients – Which? When? Why? – what if I need to stop?
||Live case demonstration and discussion of ACS management
||Thrombus Aspiration and Balloon Pumps – what's the bottom line?
||How should you treat/ assess non-culprit disease?
||What medication should the patient have on discharge and why?
||Post PPCI complications – when to take the patient back to the lab