Featured Videos – August 2019

Featured Videos

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019

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CHD Featured Videos

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019

Application of Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing in Adult Congenital Heart Disease
Camden Henson
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019
RT: RT:43:24

CPETs in Pediatric Patients with Pacemakers or ICDs
Kendra M. Ward RT
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019
RT: 57:50

Utility and Application of Pharmacological vs. Exercise Stress Echocardiography
Kamal Shemisa
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019
RT: 39:13

Utility of Specific Imaging Modalities & CPET in Adults with & without Congenital Heart Disease
Joseph MacLean & Toby Giordano
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019
RT: 37:33

Cardiac Rehabilitation in Pediatric & Adult Congenital Heart Disease Patient
Naomi Gauthier & Julie Ann O'Neill
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019
RT: 43:08

Interpretation and Application of CPET Findings in Patients with Pectus Excavatum
William Hardie
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019
RT: 47:13

Panel Discussion: Utility of CPET Prognostic Indicators
Panel Discussion:
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019
RT: 34:25

CPET Training for Physicians & Exercise Physiologists & Allied Health Personnel
Peter Koenig & David White
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Exercise Conference March 2, 2019
RT: 49:58

ACHA Webinars for Patients and Families

Plant-Based Diets: What’s All the Fuss?
Wednesday, September 11, 2019, 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. EDT
Presented by: Jonathan Ginns, MD, and Hooman Yaghoobzadeh, MD

About the Webinar
Do you know that heart attacks and strokes are the top killers in Western society? Are you aware these risks can be lowered with a whole food plant diet, plus fish? Are you curious about this type of diet? Do you wonder what all the hype is about? Well, eating this way reduces your intake of processed foods, which decreases simple carbohydrates, and increases fiber and diversity in your diet. Not only does this lower your risk of cardiovascular disease, but it also reduces your dependency on medications that control those risk factors. Are you interested in learning more? If so, you don’t want to miss this webinar.

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This webinar is made possible in part by sponsorship support provided by Actelion Pharmaceuticals US and Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Featured Text Books

Pediatric Text Books

Anderson’s Pediatric Cardiology 

Wernovsky, Anderson, Kumar, Mussatto,
Redington, Tweddell, and Tretter (Editors)
Elsevier 2019

 

Pediatric Cardiology Rapid Board and
Certification Review
MedicalPearls Publishing LLC
MedicalPearls Publishing 2018

Visual Guide to Neonatal Cardiology
Alboliras, Hijazi, Lopez, and Hagler (Editors)
Wiley Blackwell 2018

 

Pediatric Hypertension
Flynn, Ingelfinger, Redwine (Editors)
Springer 2018

Congenital Heart Text Books

Congenital Heart Disease: The Nursing Care Handbook
Flocco, Lillo, Dellafiore, Goossens (Editors)
Springer 2019

Heart Failure in Adult Congenital Heart Disease

Swan & Frogoudaki
Springer 2018

Online Learning

Geggel’s Congenital Heart Disease Library

This library, collected and edited by Dr. Robert Geggel from the Department of Cardiology, Boston Children’s Hospital, includes still-frames (diagrams, electrocardiograms, chest radiographs, pathology images), phonocardiograms, and video images (echocardiography, angiocardiography, magnetic resonance imaging, cardiac surgery) of 27 different congenital cardiac lesions.

Learn more

Physicians’ Academy for Cardiovascular Education

Earn CME credits with online courses at PACE-CME

PACE-CME offers CME-accredited Micro E-learning. Courses consist of three or four short (12 – 15 minute) lectures. View and complete items separately and earn 1 CME credit. Member registration (free) is needed to enroll in these courses.

More information

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