GE Vivid Learning Academy: Strain Imaging in Echocardiography

Published: 13 September 2022

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Overview

 

GE HealthCare presents a video series comprising 10 episodes, starting from basics and pitfalls, followed by dedicated sessions with a variety of clinical use cases. Each session is divided into two sections: a presentation of the topic, followed by discussions between renowned key opinion leaders who share their experience, tips and tricks.

 

Dr Christos G Mihos (Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, FL) outlines the basics and applications of strain echocardiography. The series addresses pertinent topics including quantitative evaluation of myocardial strain, ventricular anatomy, architecture and deformation, ventricular longitudinal strain mechanics and left ventricular strain versus ejection fraction.

 

This video series will deliver best-in-class, practical-based education, including insightful and engaging discussions among global faculty.

The video series is supported by GE

Target Audience

  • Cardiologist
  • Cardiac Sonographers

More from this programme

Part 1

Basics and applications of strain echocardiology

Learning Objectives

  • Helical structure, function, and deformation of the ventricular myocardium
  • Techniques for quantitative evaluation of cardiac strain
  • Ventricular longitudinal and rotational strain mechanics
  • General explanation of why strain is superior to EF

Part 2

Pitfalls in advanced echocardiography

Learning Objectives 

  • How to set ROI correctly
  • How to assess the regional function
  • How to correctly assess GLS with bulged myocardium?
  • Superiority of full wall vs endocardial tracking

Part 3

Strain Echocardiography in Heart Failure

Learning Objectives

  • Superiority of Strain imaging vs Ejection Fraction? Illustration with cases
  • How are strain results impacting patient's treatment?
  • How to monitor disease progress overtime?

Part 4

Strain echocardiography in ischemic heart disease

Learning Objectives

  • Determine the superiority of strain imaging over ejection fraction, supported by illustrative cases
  • Discover how strain results impact the patient's treatment?
  • Evaluate and monitor disease progress over time?

Part 5

Strain echocardiography in cardiomyopathies

Learning Objectives

  • Determine the superiority of strain imaging over ejection fraction, supported by illustrative cases
  • Discover how strain results impact the patient's treatment?
  • Evaluate and monitor disease progress over time?

Part 6

Strain echocardiography in aortic and mitral valve disease

Learning Objectives

  • Determine the superiority of strain imaging over ejection fraction, supported by illustrative cases
  • Discover how strain results impact the patient's treatment?
  • Evaluate and monitor disease progress over time?

Part 7

Strain echocardiography in cardio-oncology

Learning Objectives

  • Determine the superiority of strain imaging over ejection fraction, supported by illustrative cases
  • Discover how strain results impact the patient's treatment?
  • Evaluate and monitor disease progress over time?

Part 8

Strain echocardiography in patients with myocarditis (COVID-19)

Learning Objectives

  • Determine the superiority of strain imaging over ejection fraction, supported by illustrative cases
  • Discover how strain results impact the patient's treatment?
  • Evaluate and monitor disease progress over time?

Part 9

Loading conditions can change strain values, how to utilize Myocardial work?

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the concept of Myocardial Work
  • Explore the reasons for utilizing Myocardial Work
  • Identify the additional benefits associated with Myocardial Work

Part 10

How to report strain imaging?

Learning Objectives

  • Analyse the prognostic and management implications of abnormal strain measurements in common clinical scenarios
  • Evaluate the prediction of all-cause mortality using GLS and compare it with EF and Wall Motion Scoring

Faculty Biographies

Christos G Mihos

Christos G Mihos

Director

Dr Christos G Mihos is the Director of the Echocardiography Laboratory at Columbia University Division of Cardiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Dr Mihos is a non-invasive cardiologist and echocardiographer with board certification in cardiovascular disease and level III board certification in adult comprehensive echocardiography. 

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