Hands-on Course in Cardiac Morphology

Imperial College London / National Heart & Lung Institute
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01.03.2010 - 03.03.2010  London
 
Course Content
This three-day course takes participants from the basic anatomy of normal hearts and simple congenital malformations, through to the more complex defects, and the conduction system, with live video demonstrations. The hands-on component (practicals) allows attendees to examine specimens under the guidance of tutors. This unique course of applied morphology is recommended for all professionals who manage and treat patients with congenital heart disease, from the fetus to adults.
Learning objectives, training objectives
It allows participants to appreciate the arrangement of the malformations in 3-dimensions and is particularly suitable for trainees in paediatric cardiology, adult cardiology, intensive care, neonatology, and cardiac surgery
Notes
This course is normally repeated in July of the same year.
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Karina Dixon
 
Categories
Critial Care
Languages
English
Fees
GBP 560,00
Organizer contact info
Dovehouse Street
SW3 6LY London
United Kingdom
Tel: 44 207 351 8172
Fax: 44 207 351 8246
academicevents.nhli@imperial.ac.uk
 
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