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Inching closer to the ideal cardiac intensive care: what can we learn from transatlantic differences in education, staffing and clinical practice models?

Event: ACVC 2021
Topic: Acute Cardiac Care
Session type: Symposium
Date: 13 March 2021
Time: 20:45 - 21:25

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5 presentations in this session

Transatlantic views on education, staffing and more –The European perspective.

Speaker: Professor M. Claeys (Antwerp, BE)
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Transatlantic views on education, staffing and more – The North American perspective.

Speaker: Professor D. Morrow (Boston, US)
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Rapid fire debate: controversies in the management of past-cardiac arrest syndrome in patients presenting without persistent ST elevation - European perspective: don't waste your time, angiography should be deferred.

Speaker: Professor H. Thiele (Leipzig, DE)
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Rapid fire debate: Controversies in the management of past-cardiac arrest syndrome in patients presenting without persistent ST elevation - Ischaemia, ischaemia, ischaemia, I would still cath early!

Speaker: Professor K. Newby (Durham, US)
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Inching closer to the ideal cardiac intensive care: what can we learn from transatlantic differences in education, staffing and clinical practice models? Discussion.

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4 speakers from this session

Professor Marc Claeys

University of Antwerp Hospital, Antwerp (Belgium)
6 presentations
1 follower

Professor David Morrow

Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston (United States of America)
4 presentations
0 follower

Professor Holger Thiele

Heart Center Leipzig at University of Leipzig, Leipzig (Germany)
36 presentations
3 followers

Professor Kristin Newby

Duke University Medical Center, Durham (United States of America)
4 presentations
0 follower

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