Vascular Medicine Learning Pathway
Learn more about these sessions and more happening at ACC.19.
Download the Dynamic Program Chart.
Vascular medicine embodies a multidisciplinary and holistic approach to patient care and the Vascular Medicine Learning Pathway portrays this perspective. The program will feature several exciting sessions focused on cutting edge topics that intersect with other specialties including cardio-oncology, complex aortic disease and multi-agent antithrombotic therapy.
Session #622, Vasculo-Oncology 2019: An Emerging Field highlights the challenges clinicians face when treating patients with cardiovascular complications related to underlying malignancy or to the treatments they have received. Sessions focused on antithrombotic therapy will cover a wide breadth of disease states including peripheral artery disease and coronary disease. Sessions #722 and #640 will showcase the multidisciplinary approach to aortic disease and vascular complications in pregnancy. For a very different but fun learning experience, be sure attend the Vascular Innovation Shark Tank (#6009) at the Engage@ACC.19 Studio.
Session formats combine challenging case presentations, panel discussions, and pre- and post- audience response system interviews and Q and A geared to provoke discussion. The sessions will showcase a broad representation of cardiovascular care team members, including pharmD and nurse members.
The ACC.19 Vascular Medicine program features cutting edge topics that are applicable to both general and specialty cardiovascular professionals. Don't miss this opportunity to dissect core issues and gather some robust clinical pearls at ACC.19.
Don't miss these hot topics:
- Bringing up Baby: Vascular Diseases During Pregnancy (session #640)
- Highlighted Original Research: Vascular Medicine and the Year in Review (session #903)
- Antithrombotic Management: From Venous Thromboembolism to Vascular Protection (session #683)
- Aortic Dilemmas in the Cardiology Clinic (session #722)
- Ambulation to Rivaroxaban: Branching Outside the Coronaries (session #763)
| 2018 American College of Cardiology Foundation. Visit ACC.org|