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ASAIO Journal and CTSNet FREE WEBINAR SERIES

ASAIO Journal Editor-in-Chief Mark S. Slaughter, MD (University of Louisville) hosts a recurring webinar series, along with moderator Adam Protos, MD (University of Mississippi Medical Center) and digital moderator Ashok Kumar Coimbatore Jeyakumar, MD (University of Mississippi Medical Center). Webinars feature panel and audience Q&A, as well as interactive audience polls. Recorded webinars are accessible from the CTSNet site via the links below.


THE NEXT WEBINAR WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON


WEBINAR RECORDING NOW AVAILABLE!

Emerging Technology for Implantable Durable LVAD​

LINK TO RECORDED WEBINAR: https://www.ctsnet.org/article/emerging-technology-implantable-durable-lvad%E2%80%94webinar-recording


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PRESENTATIONS:                

  • New devices in the pipeline, as well as the effect of HVAD withdrawal from market
  • Current indications and trends for LVAD as a bridge to transplantation
  • Right ventricular management and the current and future landscape of Heartmate "6" and the total artificial heart 

Panelists: Amy G Fiedler, MD (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Ashish S. Shah, MD (Vanderbilt University Medical Center), and Mani Ali Daneshmand, MD (Emory University)​


WATCH PREVIOUS WEBINARS

Cardiogenic Shock: Improving Outcomes

PRESENTATIONS:

  • Defining the stages of cardiogenic shock, invasive hemodynamic assessment and risk stratification
  • Cath lab devices for acute myocardial infarction and heart failure
  • Surgical devices for cardiogenic shock, including ECMO​

Guest Moderator: Claudius Mahr, DO (University of Washington)

Panelists: Daniel Burkhoff, MD, PhD (Cardiovascular Research Foundation), Navin Kapur, MD (Tufts Medical Center), and Leora T. Yarboro, MD (University of Virginia Health System)​

ECMO for COVID-19 ARDS

PRESENTATIONS:​

  • The evidence for ECMO in COVID-19-related ARDS
  • Technical considerations, cannulation strategies, and devices
  • Patient selection, and when to consider lung transplantation​

Panelists: Daniel Brodie, MD (Columbia University), Matthew Bacchetta, MD, MBA, (Vanderbilt University), and Jonathan W. Haft, MD (University of Michigan)