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Cardiovascular Summit 2013

When: Saturday, 04/27/2013

Where: The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, 2121 McKinney Avenue, Dallas, Texas, 75201

What: The goal of this conference is to increase the participant’s knowledge of current advances in the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular disease with an emphasis on both interventional and non-interventional modalities.

Who: This annual premier event features local and nationally recognized faculty and focuses on the specific needs of those in primary care, internal medicine, family practice, and general cardiology.

Course Material

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8:10       Management of Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms: Percutaneous Therapies
             Stephen E. Hohmann, MD

9:00       An Update on the Management of Atrial Fibrillation
             Robert C. Kowal, MD

10:10     Renal Denervation Therapy for Severe Hypertension: The Simplicity Trial Data
              James W. Choi, MD

11:00     Special Topic: Aortic Valve Replacement: Percutaneous or Open Surgical Approach?

                  The Interventional Cardiologist’s Point of View
                 Robert C. Stoler, MD

                  The Cardiothoracic Surgeon’s Point of View
                 Robert F. Hebeler, MD

1:30       Pregnancy & Heart Disease
              Rafic Berbarie, MD

2:20       Mechanical Therapies for End-stage Heart Failure: Beyond Heart Transplant
              Shelley A. Hall, MD