Authored by five CORONARY CONNECT experts, the BluePrint entitled “PCSK9 Inhibition After an Acute Coronary Syndrome: Rationale and Clinical Evidence” is available now for download.
Learn more from Prof. Dr. Kurt Huber about drug therapies for patient management following an ACS event.
Learn more about GDMT following an acute coronary syndrome event, as well as treatment gaps and strategies to address them, from Prof. Dr. Jeanine Roeters van Lennep.
Two presentations by Dr. Sergio Raposeiras Roubín and Prof. Dr. Angel Cequier Fillat describe management of acute coronary syndrome in the context of elevated bleeding risk and heart failure.
Although clinical presentation of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) varies significantly, investigation to confirm the underlying cause of the symptoms can often reveal unusual causes of ACS or indeed alternative diagnoses which initially present as ACS. In this programme, Dr. Miklos Rohla and Prof. Dr. J. Wouter Jukema review two unusual patient case studies which presented initially as ACS.
Featuring presentations by ten international experts in the management of acute coronary syndrome, the ACS Forum webinar is now available for on-demand viewing and as an accredited e-learning.
In December 2020, members of CORONARY CONNECT were part of the ACS Forum faculty, for this EBAC-accredited webinar. In this selection from the webinar, Prof. Dr. Uwe Zeymer and Prof. Dr. Giovanni Esposito debate the role of early versus late treatment for NSTEMI.
In December 2020, members of CORONARY CONNECT were pleased to participate in the virtual ACS Forum, an accredited webinar event and independent medical educational programme. In this selection from the event, ACS Forum faculty speaker Prof. Dr. Jean-Philippe Collet reviews the evolving technologies available in the catheterization lab, including devices, imaging modalities, and other developing platforms.
In this clinical topic discussion, Dr. Jan Přeček reviews recommendations and safety considerations for lowering LDL-C levels. This educational presentation is relevant for cardiologists and lipidologists, as well as primary care physicians.
In December 2020, members of CORONARY CONNECT were pleased to participate in the virtual ACS Forum, an accredited webinar event and independent medical educational programme. In this selection from the event, ACS Forum moderator and faculty speaker Prof. Dr. Gilles Montalescot describes coronary heart disease in the context of COVID-19 infection and pandemic.
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