Two mechanisms have been identified in triggering and maintaining atrial fibrillation. One is the enhanced automaticity in one or more depolarizing foci, and the other is re-entry involving one or more aberrant circuits.
By the end of this program, the participant should be able to:
1. Understand the clinical practice guidelines of European Society of cardiology (ESC) for selecting best management strategies and determining risk-benefit ratio of a particular diagnostic or therapeutic means;
2. Apply the clinical practice guidelines of ESC for diagnosis, screening, and general management of Atrial Fibrillation (AF), as well as for prevention of stroke in AF;
3. Understand the Indian guidelines for selecting the right non-vitamin K oral coagulant (NOACs) for right patient for prevention of stroke in atrial fibrillation.
This course is specifically meant for cardiologists and physician.
• ESC Guidelines
• ACC/AHA Guidelines
• Indian Guidelines
Dr Hema G
The theory, practical , hospital situations , data shown and live workshop to have the feel in action, made us more aware and broadened our knowledge to handle cardiac patients. It was a great learning experience and I wont change any aspect of the course.
Dr Hemang Agrawal
Great learning experience! Instructors and content truly differentiates GE programs. Special thanks to faculty for making it more interactive and useful. Would highly recommend to my peers and colleagues!
I am completely satisfied by the program. The content, faculty were well planned, over all experience was superb!