21st Annual San Diego Heart Failure Symposium for Primary Care and Internal Medicine Physicians
presented by UC San Diego Health
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This year’s 21st Annual San Diego Heart Failure Symposium for Primary Care and Internal Medicine Physicians will use a virtual platform for providing an up to data analysis of new and emerging trends in the management of patients with heart failure. There have been numerous advances in heart failure over the past year and we plan to highlight the most important ones and to put them into the context of on-going management strategies.
The topics included in this year’s symposium include new approaches for modification of risk factors like hypertension, lipids and diabetes, a deep dive into the management of HFpEF and exciting new approaches for treating patients with amyloid heart disease, insights into newer drugs including the ARNIs, SGLT2 inhibitors, vericiguat, omecamtiv mecarbil and the potassium lowering agents as well as the expanding use of NOACs, role of biomarkers in heart failure management, an overview of devices to detect worsening of heart failure and the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension. There will also be updates on the most effective use of pacemakers, defibrillators and wearable devices, and percutaneous and durable mechanical support of the failing heart.
This course is designed for cardiologists, internists, primary care physicians, nurses, PA’s, PharmD’s and all other allied healthcare professionals with an interest in heart failure.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Summarize current and emerging treatments available for preventing and treating heart failure and provide information to help in the selection of the most effective choices in individual patients.
- Review strategies for implementing medical and device therapies that will lead to improved outcomes in heart failure patients.
- Define how specific populations including minorities, women and the elderly respond to various approaches to treating risk factors and heart failure.
- Describe the impact of COVID-19 on the management of patients with heart failure.
CME Certificates will be issued digitally after Speaker Evaluations and Overall Surveys are completed. Surveys are accessible after logging in with the email address you submitted during registration. Surveys will be available online starting the day of the symposium. You must complete the process by February 22, 2021 in order to receive your certificate. Certificates will be available online until August 1 and are printable directly from the website.
This Live activity, San Diego Heart Failure Symposium for Primary Care and Internal Medicine Physicians, with a beginning date of January 29, 2021 is currently being review by an accrediting organization for CME credits. Updated information will be posted soon.
For more information visit the 21st Annual San Diego Heart Failure Symposium for Primary Care and Internal Medicine Physicians website!
9 others would like to attend.