On Demand Accredited Webinar
FFR Today: From Clinical Data to Clinical PracticeAbstract/Summary:
In this practical clinical-based CEU program hosted by experts in interventional cardiology, you will learn about:
- The different physiological indices: hyperemic and non-hyperemic
- The clinical data highlighting the accuracy of several physiological indices
- The role of FFR pre- and post-intervention
- The role of FFR in multi-vessel and multi-lesion disease
Michael J Lim, MD, FACC, FSCAI
Co-Director, Center for Comprehensive Cardiovascular Card, SLU Hospital
Jack ford Shelby Endowed Prof. in Cardiology
Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory
Director, Cardiovascular Diseases and Interventional Cardiovascular Diseases Fellowship Program
Matthew J Price, MD
Director of Cardiac Cath Lab, Scripps Clinic
Assistant Professor at Scripps Translational Science Institute
Cardiovascular Disease Specialty
Coronary Physiologic Indices in Current Practice and the Clinical Data Supporting Them
Michael J Lim, MD, FACC, FSCAI;
The Role of FFR in Multi-Lesion and Multi-Vessel Disease
Matthew J Price, MD
This web-based activity is recognized for ONE (1.0) hour of continuing education credit; California Board of Registered Nursing Credit provider #CEP12084; California Pre-hospital (EMT-P) CE provider #65-0537.
- These CE Credits are recognized for registered nurses and other licensed healthcare providers.
- This document must be retained for a period of four (4) years.
- Physician assistants may apply Category 2 CME for practice-related activities per the National Commission on Certification of the Physician Assistants policy (NCCPA).
Upon completion of this activity, the healthcare professional will be able to:
- Define hyperemic and non-hyperemic indices
- Review/describe the clinical data
- Describe use in clinical practice: which measurement to use
- Define the role of FFR pre- and post- intervention
- Discuss how to assess serial lesions
- Describe how to perform and interpret a pullback curve
This web-based activity accreditation expires February 1, 2019.
Supported by an educational grant from ACIST Medical Systems.
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