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Echocardiography Lecture Series

Clinical Echocardiography Lecture Series



The Clinical Echocardiography Lecture Series, coordinated by the Cardiology Section at Texas Heart Institute and St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, is presented live twice monthly for fellows-in-training, residents, and all attending physicians of the Texas Heart Institute Professional Staff. The online CME courses have been developed from the live lectures. 

The series is designed to address relevant patient care issues in the basic areas of cardiovascular medicine. Invited speakers examine current cardiovascular advancements, investigative efforts, and practice challenges. Each lecture is designed to increase physicians’ medical knowledge and skills, and ultimately, improve patient care.

Global Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of each lecture in the series, the participant should be able to –

  • Recognize the morphological features of the disease process under discussion based on two-dimensional and M-mode echocardiography.
  • Understand the most important two-dimensional echo quantitative methods clinically applicable to the cardiovascular disease under discussion.
  • Apply and/or be able to refer to the most appropriate methods for Doppler assessment and quantitative methods of the cardiovascular disease process under discussion.
  • Discuss the basics of a cutting edge anatomical or Doppler method for evaluating the cardiovascular disease process under discussion.

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