Fetal Medicine Study Evening: Fetal Cardiology 

Fetal Medicine Study Evening presents Fetal Cardiology;

  • Fetal brady-arrhythmias: causes and outcome
  • Fetal tachy-arrhythmias: how to diagnose and what treatment to use
  • Coarctation of the aorta: How not to miss such an important diagnosis
  • Aortic arch and branching pattern variants: Double Ao arch, RAA, ALSA, ARSA – how to diagnose and what is their clinical significance

Thursday 19th November  2020, 18:25 -20:30pm

Registration Price: Free

The study evenings are free thanks to sponsorship from Canon Medical and GE Healthcare to register please contact sympreg@imperial.ac.uk

Programme 

18.25   Registration and login

18.30 Fetal brady-arrhythmias: causes and outcome, Professor Julene S Carvalho, MD PhD FRCPCH, Head of Brompton Centre for Fetal Cardiology, Consultant Fetal & Paediatric Cardiologist, Royal Brompton & St George’s Hospitals

19:00  Fetal tachy-arrhythmias: how to diagnose and what treatment to use, Dr Laura Vazquez Garcia, Consultant Fetal & Paediatric Cardiologist, Royal Brompton Hospital

19.30 Coarctation of the aorta: How not to miss such an important diagnosis, Dr Ilaria Bo, Consultant in Fetal and Paediatric Cardiology,Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

20.00    Aortic arch and branching pattern variants: Double Ao arch, RAA, ALSA, ARSA – how to diagnose and what is their clinical significance, Dr Margarita Bartsota, Paediatric and Fetal Cardiology Consultant,Queen Charlotte’s Hospital

20:30 Close

As part of Genesis and Imperial’s commitment to educate, this study evening is offered free of charge. We are able to offer you this due to our Sponsors.

The study evenings are free you would like to register please do so by selecting £0 at check out or please contact sympreg@imperial.ac.uk