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Physics - Introduction
2D
Artefacts
Optimizing the 2D image
M-Mode
Flow Dynamics
Spectral Doppler
Color Doppler
Summary
01. Principles of Echocardiography Quiz
How to Image - Basics
Parasternal Window - Part 1 Parasternal Long Axis
Parasternal Window - Part 2 Parasternal Short Axis
Apical Window - Part 1
Apical Window - Part 2
Subcostal Window
Suprasternal Window
M-Mode
Doppler - Part 1
Doppler - Part 2
How to Image - Summary
02. How to Image Quiz
LV
Myocardial Mechanics + Hymodynamics
Left Ventricular Function
Ejection Fraction - Pitfalls
RV
Basics of Left Ventricular Hypertrophy
LVH - Quantification and Findings
LVH - Differential Diagnosis
LA
RA
Summary
03. Heart Chambers and Walls
Introduction / Why and what
Physiology
Assessment of Diastolic Dysfunction - measurements Part 1
Assessment of Diastolic Dysfunction - measurements Part 2
Assessment of Diastolic Dysfunction - Guidelines
Simple approach to diastolic function
Specific situations
04. Diastolic Dysfunction Quiz
Dilated Cardiomyopathy Part 1
Dilated Cardiomyopathy Part 2
Dilated Cardiomyopathy Part 3
Dilated Cardiomyopathy Part 4
05. Dilated Cardiomyopathy Quiz
Basics
Evaluation I
Evaluation II
Cases
Summary
06. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Quiz
Basics
Forms
Summary
07. Restrictive CMP Quiz
Introduction
Segmental Aproach
Wall Motion
Remodeling
Differential Diagnosis
Complications - Part 1
Complications - Part 2
08. Coronary Artery Disease Quiz
Basics
Quantification
Special Circumstances
Surgery
Sub/Supravalvular
Summary
09. Aortic Stenosis Quiz
Basics
Quantification
Acute AR
Surgery
Summary
10. Aortic Regurgitation Quiz
Mitral Stenosis - Principles
Mitral Stenosis - Hemodynamics
Mitral Stenosis - Features
Mitral Stenosis - Grading Part 1 Planimetry
Mitral Stenosis - Grading Part 2 - Gradients
Mitral Stenosis - Valvuloplasty
Mitral Stenosis - Summary
11. Mitral Stenosis Quiz
Principles
MVP
Flail
Other Causes
Quantification
Mechanisms
Surgery
Summary
12. Mitral Regurgitation Quiz
Basics
TR Causes
TR Quantification
TS
Summary
13. Tricuspid Valve Disease Quiz
Types
Assessment I
Assessment II
Complications
Repair
Summary
14. Prosthetic Valves Quiz
Overview - Definition and Epidemiology
Overview - Clinical Manifestations
Overview - Pathophysiology
Overview - Microbiology
Overview - Manifestation
Overview - Diagnosis - Role of Echocardiography
Overview - Other Imaging Modalities
Overview - Mortality and Risk
Overview - Prevention
Native Valve Endocarditis - Location / Classification
Native Valve Endocarditis - Diagnostic Challenges / Scenarios
Native Valve Endocarditis - Fungal Endocarditis
Native Valve Endocarditis - Differential Diagnosis
Native Valve Endocarditis - Your turn to diagnose endocarditis!
Native Valve Endocarditis - Associated Findings
Complications of Native Valve Endocarditis - Overview
Complications of Native Valve Endocarditis - Septic Embolism
Complications of Native Valve Endocarditis - Valvular Destruction
Complications of Native Valve Endocarditis - Regurgitation
Complications of Native Valve Endocarditis - Paravalvular Complications
Right Heart Endocarditis - Basics
Right Heart Endocarditis - Imaging
Right Heart Endocarditis - Examples
Right Heart Endocarditis - Management
Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis - Facts
Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis - Classification
Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis - Diagnostic Challenges
Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis - Differential Diagnosis
Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis - Examples
Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis - Complications - Part 1
Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis - Complications - Part 2
Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis - TAVI Endocarditis
Pacemaker and Central Line Endocarditis - Basics
Pacemaker and Central Line Endocarditis - Presentation + Risk factors
Pacemaker and Central Line Endocarditis - Case Examples
Pacemaker and Central Line Endocarditis - Management
Pacemaker and Central Line Endocarditis - CVL Endocarditis - Basics
Pacemaker and Central Line Endocarditis - CVL Endocarditis - Case Examples / Prevention
Non-Infective Endocarditis - Overview
Non-Infective Endocarditis - Case Examples
Management of IE - Principles
Management of IE - Indications for Surgery
Management of IE - Antibiotics
Management of IE - Guidelines
Management of IE - Case Examples
Summary - Putting it all together
Summary - Reporting
EMC - Endocarditis (updated chapter 2023)
Basics
Assessment 1
Assessment 2
Diseases
Overload
16. Right Heart Disease Quiz
Imaging
Basics
Dissection
Findings
Coarctation
Summary
17. Aortic Disease Quiz
Pericardial Disease
Tamponade
Constriction
Other Diseases
Summary
18. Pericardial Disease Quiz
Tumors and Masses Part 1
Tumors and Masses Part 2
Tumors and Masses Part 3
Tumors and Masses Part 4
Tumors and Masses Part 5
19. Tumors and Masses Quiz
Congenital Heart Disease Part 1a
Congenital Heart Disease Part 1b
Congenital Heart Disease Part 2
Congenital Heart Disease Part 3
20. Congenital Heart Disease Quiz
CRT Part 1
CRT Part 2
CRT Part 3
CRT Part 4
21. Echo in CRT quiz
Contrast Echo Part 1
Contrast Echo Part 2
22. Contrast Echo quiz
3D Echo Part 1
Clinical Applications Part 1
Clinical Application Part 2
23. 3D Echo quiz

Course Speakers

Medical University of Vienna
Cardiologist, Head of Digital Learning
Medical University of Vienna
Associate Professor
Department of Cardiology, Medical University of Vienna
Cardiologist
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Diploma
Top Speakers
24 Chapters
178 Lectures
23 Quizzes

Curriculum

Chapter 1

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Learn more about Imaging tips – How to diagnose an apical thrombus; Imaging skills in prosthetic aortic valves; Pitfall in aortic stenosis!

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Chapter 2

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Principles of Echocardiography (updated chapter)

This chapter will give you just enough background to really understand what echocardiography is about. Since we know that you don’t want to become a physicist, we will stick to what really matters. You will also learn in this chapter how to use the scanner and what you can do to optimize your images.

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Chapter 3

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How to Image

This chapter will teach you hands-on wisdom of echocardiography: echo windows and views as well as practical tips that no one will ever teach you during on-site courses and that you also won’t find in books. This chapter is rich in demos that show you how to scan.

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Chapter 4

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Heart Chambers and Walls

Echo anatomy can be hard to grasp. Upon completion of this chapter, you will know exactly where and how to find the different cardiac structures and how to quantify the size and function of the heart chambers.

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Chapter 5

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Diastolic Dysfunction (updated chapter)

This chapter deals with the difficult topic of diastolic dysfunction – we’ll try to make it easy for you. Take a look at the section “a simple approach” and you will see how diastology can help you in your daily clinical practice.

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Chapter 6

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Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Left ventricular function is not the only thing to look at in patients with dilated cardiomyopathy. In this chapter you will see how echo can help you understand symptoms, prognosis and treatment options for such patients.

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Chapter 7

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Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, hypertensive heart disease, and athlete’s heart have very similar features. In this chapter you will learn more about these features and find out how you can distinguish between them. You will also learn how echo can help you assess the risk for sudden cardiac death.

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Chapter 8

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Restrictive CMP

This is a rare disease, indeed. However, as an echocardiographer you should be able to recognize it. In this chapter, we will teach you some useful tips and tricks for making the right diagnosis.

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Chapter 9

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Coronary Artery Disease (updated chapter)

Have you ever struggled with the assessment of regional wall motion abnormalities? Can you differentiate ischemic from dilated cardiomyopathy? In this chapter you will find lots of examples and background knowledge that will help you to excel.

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Chapter 10

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Aortic Stenosis

Is aortic stenosis present? Is it severe? Is surgery required? Are new treatment options an alternative? This chapter will answer your questions.

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Chapter 11

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Aortic Regurgitation

In this chapter you will learn to understand the hemodynamics of “volume overload” and learn more about our integrative approach towards assessing aortic regurgitation. You will see more than others by following our step-by-step approach.

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Chapter 12

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Mitral Stenosis

This chapter deals with the different features of rheumatic heart disease. Among other things, you will find out about the pitfalls when trying to quantify the severity of mitral stenosis.

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Chapter 13

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Mitral Regurgitation

This chapter will provide you with in-depth knowledge that will help you determine the severity of mitral regurgitation. You will learn which factors determine whether a patient should undergo valve surgery and what the mechanism of mitral regurgitation is. A special section will be dedicated to practical issues such as how to view the specific portions of the mitral valve and how to find the origin of a jet.

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Chapter 14

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Tricuspid Valve Disease

We like the tricuspid valve and you should like it, too. It is often overlooked even though there are many conditions that can affect the tricuspid valve. As a matter of fact, tricuspid regurgitation is common! In this chapter you will learn more about tricuspid valve pathologies, how to image them, and what the sequels are.

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Chapter 15

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Prosthetic Valves

Prosthetic valves can be a blessing if they work and a curse if they don’t. Can you tell from the echo which valve was implanted? Does the patient have prosthetic valve dysfunction? What are the pitfalls and limitations of echo in this patient group? This chapter will answer these and other questions.

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Chapter 16

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Endocarditis (updated chapter)

In this chapter, we cover a wide array of subjects through engaging lectures and real-world examples, including Introduction to Endocarditis, Native Valve Endocarditis, Complications of Endocarditis, Right Heart Endocarditis, Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis, Pacemaker and Central Line Endocarditis, Non-Bacterial Endocarditis, and Guiding Patient Management.

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Chapter 17

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Right Heart Disease

Early diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension is crucial for the prognosis of patients with pulmonary hypertension. Echocardiography is the primary diagnostic tool to do so. In this chapter we will show you how to detect pulmonary hypertension and what to do if direct measurement of pulmonary pressure using the tricuspid valve signal is not possible.

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Chapter 18

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Aortic Disease

The aorta can also be visualized with echo! In this chapter we will show you how. Diseases such as aortic aneurysms, dissection, aortic syndromes, and congenital abnormalities of the aorta will be covered.

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Chapter 19

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Pericardial Disease

Many problems may affect the pericardium - some of them are life-threatening. Just think of tamponade. The emergency echo tips in this chapter might save you next time you are on call at night. So you’d better get started!

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Chapter 20

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Tumors and Masses

In this chapter you will learn how echocardiography can support you in recognizing different tumors and masses. We will teach you some simple mnemonics that will help you memorize the most common problems once you’re back with your patients.

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Chapter 21

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Congenital Heart Disease

In this chapter you will find out more about the most common congenital defects in an adult population. We are dealing with shunt lesions such as atrial and ventricular septal defects and ductus arteriosus. Other congenital defects are covered in other chapters (disease of the aorta, aortic valve disease, tricuspid valve, etc.)

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Chapter 22

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Echo in CRT

In this chapter you will learn how do detect dyssynchrony, why it is important for the development of heart failure and what Resynchronization Therapy (CRT) is. A separate lecture deals with the optimization of CRT therapy

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Chapter 23

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Contrast Echo

Here you will learn why contrast echocardiography is so important and where you can use it. We will focus both on right- and left heart contrast studies and show you which agents are available. Here you will learn how to detect a patent foramen ovale, a thrombus in the apex and much much more. Again you will see lots of examples.

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Chapter 24

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3D Echo

Three-dimensional echocardiography is a hot topic. In this chapter we will explain how it works and in which ways you can use it. We will discuss topics such as full volume- and multibeat acquisition, multiplane imaging and live 3D. Both transthoracic and transesophageal applications of 3D echo are discussed. This chapter is full of spectacular images.

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Objectives

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After completing the Echo MasterClass, you will be fully competent to assess even the most complex cases.

You will broaden your clinical knowledge of cardiology and know-how and when to use advanced technologies.

Ideal for:

Cardiologists
Critical Care Physicians
Sonographers
Internists
Anesthesiologists
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