SGLT2 Inhibition Updates 2021 - SGLT2 Inhibition in Cardiorenal Disease

Published: 20 July 2021

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    Part 1 | Session 6 Panel Discussion Stefan Anker, Shelley Zieroth, Andrew JS Coats, Bernard Zinman, John JV McMurray, Katherine Tuttle
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    Part 2 | Session 4 Panel Discussion Andrew JS Coats, Gerasimos Filippatos, Shelley Zieroth, Stefan Anker
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    Part 3 | Session 2 Discussion Alice Cheng, Andrew JS Coats
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    Part 5 | Session 3 Discussion Giuseppe Rosano, Gerasimos Filippatos
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Overview

Organised with scientific co-chairs Stefan Anker and Andrew Coats, this event includes presentations and panel discussions with a host of international thought-leaders. 

 

The SGLT2 Updates 2021 conference SGLT2 Inhibition in Cardiorenal Disease: Translating Evidence into Clinical Practice covers the place of SGLT2 inhibitors in the newly released guidelines of the Heart Failure Association (HFA) of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) as well as their implementation in clinical practice.

 

In addition to plenary sessions and satellite symposia the conference featured a number of Meet The Expert breakout sessions discussing the implications in treatment of specific patient subgroups including patients with comorbidities.  Audience questions were submitted throughout and were addressed by the panel experts.

Educational Objectives

SGLT2 Inhibition in Cardiorenal Disease

  • Prepare cardiologists, nephrologists and endocrinologists to effectively manage patients with heart failure, individually and collaboratively
  • Apply findings from clinical trials into clinical practice
  • Describe the role of SGLT2 inhibitors in different patient subgroups, including patients with comorbidities
  • Evaluate the safety and cardiorenal benefits of glucose-lowering agents
  • Implement the new guidelines of the HFA of the ESC in clinical practice

Target Audience

  • Cardiologists
  • Nephrologists
  • Endocrinologists

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Part 2

SGLT2 Inhibitors in Heart Failure: A Practical Approach

Part 3

Meet The Expert: Implications for Clinical Practice - Breakout 1

Totality of Evidence for the Cardiorenal Patient - discussion with Alice Cheung and Andrew Coats. Session supported by an unrestricted grant from AstraZeneca

Part 4

Meet The Expert: Implications for Clinical Practice - Breakout 2

SGLT2i and QoL Improvement - discussion with Shelley Zieroth and John Spertus.

Part 5

Meet The Expert: Implications for Clinical Practice - Breakout 3

Age groups and vulnerable patients with Gerasimos Filippatos and Giuseppe Rosano.

Part 7

SGLT2 Inhibitors for Heart Failure: The New Standard of Care

Industry Satellite Symposium supported by the Boehringer Ingelheim and Lilly alliance

Part 8

Meet The Expert: Implications for Clinical Practice - Breakout 4

Early Treatment Initiation in the Hospital Setting - discussion with Marc Petrie and Deepak Bhatt. Session supported by an unrestricted grant from AstraZeneca

Part 9

Meet The Expert: Implications for Clinical Practice - Breakout 5

Managing Patients with Comorbidities (T2D & CKD) - discussion with Paola Fioretto and Katherine Tuttle. Session supported by an unrestricted grant from AstraZeneca

Part 10

Meet The Expert: Implications for Clinical Practice - Breakout 6

Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Care Transitions - discussion with Subodh Verma. Session supported by an unrestricted grant from AstraZeneca

Faculty Biographies

Marco Metra

Marco Metra

Professor

Marco Metra is Full Professor of Cardiology and Director of the Institute of Cardiology of the Civil Hospital and University of Brescia, Italy, and Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Heart Failure and Senior Consulting Editor of the European Heart Journal.

Prof Metra has been principal investigator and member of the Executive or Steering Committees of many trials in patients with heart failure. His research is focused on heart failure with, as main areas of interest, β-blocker therapy and, more recently, the assessment and treatment of the patients with acute heart failure.

He has co-chaired with Prof. Teerlink, San Francisco, CA, the phase IIB Pre-RELAX-AHF and the phase III RELAX-AHF randomized placebo controlled trials in patients with acute heart failure and is chairing the current RELAX-AHF-2 trial, which has as primary end-points the effects of serelaxin on the 180-days mortality and on in-hospital worsening heart…

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