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Optimal Treatment Strategies for Advanced Heart Failure

Start Date:
Friday, 22 February, 2013
End Date:
Saturday, 23 February, 2013
Speciality:
Cardiology, Internal Medicine
Website:
http://www.mayo.edu/cme

This is the only specialized course of its kind offered by Mayo Clinic in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area for the treatment of advanced heart failure. Advanced heart failure is a constellation of symptoms resulting in overall poor organ perfusion and ultimately premature death. This course will provide insight into the diagnosis as well as the acute and chronic management of this most devastating disease process. The course will feature experts both locally and nationally in order to enhance the education experience of the attendees.

Location

5777 East Mayo Boulevard,
Phoenix,
Arizona,
85054

Organizer Details

Conference organized by Mayo Clinic Scottsdale

The field of hospital medicine continues to grow, as does the complexity of the management of hospitalized patients. This annual conference helps clinicians from all areas of practice to keep up with the knowledge and clinical skills required to take care of inpatients today. The course format will feature clinical updates, case presentations, evidence-based information, and panel discussion emphasizing a multidisciplinary approach to caring for the whole patient and their family.

Address:
13400 E. Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, AZ, 85259
Phone:
480-301-4580
Email:
mca.cme@mayo.edu

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