Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Grown Up Congenital Heart Training Day October 5th British Racing School Newmarket

Dear all

Welcome to another year in the EoE SpR Training Days.

We start with an excellent programme put together by Dr. Leisa Freeman from Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. The venue as last year is the British Racing School in Newmarket.

You can view the programme and register at (link works, but if web browser blocks it please copy and paste):
http://www.papworthhospital.nhs.uk/content.php?/education/cardiology_training_day_-_guch_and_pregnancyhttp://www.papworthhospital.nhs.uk/content.php?/education/cardiology_training_day_-_guch_and_pregnancy




EoE Deanery SpR training day Monday 5th October 2015
British Racing School Newmarket
Grown up congenital heart disease                         Pregnancy and heart disease
Course organisers: Dr Leisa Freeman Consultant Cardiologist NNUH and Dr Vass Vassilou Spr

8.30 – registration and coffee
9.00- 9.45 The inderminate ASD with PH – understanding PVR from RHC; who to close who NOT to close  - Dr Dolores Taboada, Pulmonary Vascular Disease Unit Papworth
9.45-10.30 Cardiological consultations: acute problems in complex adult CHD...“you are the registrar
and are called to see”... Dr Cathy Head Consultant ACHD cardiologist NNUH & Guys & St Thomas’
10.30-11.00 Coffee
11.00-11.45 Understanding the cardiovascular effects of parturition including management of the 3rd stage. Choice of uterotonics in the pregnant woman with heart disease.  Mr Alistair McKelvey Consultant Maternal  and Fetal  Obstetrician NNUH
11.45-12.30 – Interpreting the cardiopulmonary exercise test – understanding cardiovascular and respiratory limitation.  Dr Satish Parasuranam – Research Registrar to Professor Michael Frenneaux (Dean and Professor of Cardiology NNUH) 
12.30-13.30  Lunch
13.30-14.30 Quiz – echo recognition of congenital heart defects.  Your diagnosis to be marked by your neighbour.  Learning point discussion of cases.  Dr Lynne Williams, Consultant Imaging Cardiologist Papworth Hospital
14.30-15.15 – Quiz – What are the risks of pregnancy for mother and foetus in following conditions (congenital and acquired).  What are the inheritance risks for congenital heart disease in offspring  Dr Leisa Freeman Consultant GUCH Cardiologist NNUH and Dr Rizwan Ahmed SpR – London Deanery ACHD programme
15.15-15.40  tea
15.40-16.15  Follow up of AVSD (atrioventricular canal defects)  Dr Lynne Williams Consultant Imaging Cardiologist Papworth Hospital
16.15-17.00 Heart Transplantation in congenital heart disease in adults.  Dr Clive Lewis Consultant Transplant Physician and GUCH Cardiologist Papworth Hospital

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