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Fellows Focus Webinar Series
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Webinar Series Overview
Thursday, May 13 | Guides and Shapes: From Basic to Challenging Cases 
Thursday, May 20 | Complex Case Reviews 
Thursday, May 27 | Examining Differences in Acute MI Shock vs. Advanced Heart Failure Shock

Plus, each session will include a 15 minute presentation with a SCAI interventionalist discussing what they wish they had known when starting out as an attending. We're calling it, "Lessons Learned Post-Fellowship."

See below for full agendas.
Acknowledgment of Commercial Support
These activities are supported by Cordis, Medtronic, and Getinge.
May 13 | Guide Shape Selection: From Basic to the Challenging!
Sahil A. Parikh, MD, FSCAI
Director of Endovascular Services
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Nadia R. Sutton, MD, FSCAI
Assistant Professor
University of Michigan Hospital

Faculty will present several cases. Fellows and faculty will discuss together how to approach the case and which tools they would choose to treat.  

Thanks to Cordis for their support of this program.

The session will begin with Lessons Learned Post-Fellowship: 
Dr. Kimberly Skelding will present "Crazy Busy: How to Work Towards a Work/Life Balance"
Thursday, May 20 | Complex Case Reviews
Sahil A. Parikh, MD, FSCAI
Program Chair
Director of Endovascular Services
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Paul Mahoney, MD, FSCAI
Presents: Case 1 - Post-TAVR PCI
Director, Structural Heart Program
Sentara Heart Hospital
Suzanne Baron, MD, FSCAI
Presents: Case 2 - Onyx One/DAPT
Director of Interventional Cardiology Research
Lahey Hospital and Medical Center

Explore complex case reviews with this expert panel. We will talk about the new Onyx One indication for one-month DAPT in the high bleeding risk patient as well as Post-TAVR PCI and the importance of hemodynamics.

Thanks to Medtronic for their support of this program.

The session will begin with Lessons Learned Post-Fellowship: 
Dr. John Messenger will present "Complications: Document, Debriefing and Doing the Right Thing"
Thursday, May 27 | Examining Differences in Acute MI Shock vs. Advanced Heart Failure Shock
Jordan Hutson, MD
Presents: AMI vs. Advanced Heart Failure Cardiogenic Shock 
Critical Care Fellow
Cardiologist
The Ottawa Hospital
Jeffrey Marbach, MBBS
Presents: Shock Teams and Decision-Making Algorithms
Critical Care Fellow
Interventional Cardiologist
Tufts Medical Center
Justin Fried, MD
Presents: Why IABP in Heart Failure?
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiologist
Columbia University Irving Medical Center

This session will help you differentiate between acute MI shock and advanced heart failure shock. You will understand why IABP is a good option for this patient population and how the shock team and decision making algorithms play a part in their care.

Thanks to Getinge for their support of this program.

The session will begin with Lessons Learned Post-Fellowship: 
Dr. Morton Kern will present "Real-World Malpractice Cases and What You Can Learn From Them"
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Summary
Availability: Registration Required
Location: Online Meeting
Date / Time: May 13, 2021 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM EST
May 20, 2021 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM EST
May 27, 2021 7:00 PM - 8:15 PM EST
Cost: FREE
Credit Offered: No Credit Offered
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