DIVISION OF CARDIOLOGY

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DIVISION OF CARDIOLOGY - SUMMARY OF WEEKLY ROUNDS SCHEDULE
MONDAY, JANUARY 4 to FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2016
Monday, January 4:
8:00-9:00
12:00-1:30
Aud B UH,
B2-116 VH &
B2-075
St. Joseph’s
OTN Event #
50409178
B6-115 UH
Cardiovascular Grand Rounds Presenter: L. Barra
Title of Presentation: The Link Between Rheumatic Disease and Atherosclerosis
Learning Objectives:
1. Review what is known about cardiovascular risk factors and outcomes in Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).
2. Discuss proposed mechanisms of accelerated atherosclerosis in RA.
3. Discuss potential management strategies for RA-associated cardiovascular disease.
Adult Congenital Cardiac Surgery Rounds - Videoconference from Toronto
Cases & Learning Objectives: TBA
OTN Event #
50896310
Tuesday, January 5:
7:00-8:00
B6-115 UH
OTN Event #
51364725
Complex Revascularization Rounds Presenters: CV Surgeons & Interventional Cardiologists
Faculty Supervisors: D. Nagpal & P. Garg
Case-based presentation and discussion
Learning Objectives:
1. To develop a systematic approach to interpretation of coronary angiograms.
2. To discuss interesting case examples and their management.
3. To apply an evidence-based approach to complex revascularization cases in order to improve outcomes.
2:00-5:30
2:00-3:00
B6-128 UH
B6-128 UH
DIDACTIC EDUCATION SESSIONS:
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Presenter: A. Huitema Faculty Supervisor: L. Bergin
Learning Objectives:
1. Review the medical management of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
2. Review the management of difficult to control and refractory medical cases.
3. Review the management of HOCM in special medical conditions.
3:00-4:00
B6-128 UH
Restrictive Cardiomyopathy Presenter: K. Sidhu Faculty Supervisor: D. Boughner
Learning Objectives:
1. Review the causes of restrictive cardiomyopathy.
2. Review echo findings of the above.
3. Discuss the differences in diagnosis with constrictive pericarditis.
4:30-5:30
B6-128 UH &
B6-115 UH
Clinical Cardiology Rounds Presenter: B. Al-Sabeq Faculty Supervisor: L. Chow
Title of Presentation: Return of the MAC: Not Always an Innocent Bystander
Learning Objectives:
1. Review the pathophysiology and epidemiology of mitral annular calcification (MAC).
2. Review the clinical manifestations of MAC, with a focus on a recent case presentation in our CCU.
3. Discuss the indications for surgical management of MAC in the context of our case presentation.
Wednesday, January 6:
8:00-9:00
12:00-1:00
B6-115 UH
EP Rounds: Device Rounds Presenters: Attendings & Fellows
Learning Objectives:
OTN Event #
50200053
1. To develop a systematic approach to device tracings.
2. To discuss interesting case examples.
3. To review programming features and troubleshooting.
B6-115 UH &
C2-504 VH
Adult Congenital Cardiac Teaching Rounds - Videoconference from Toronto
No Rounds – To Resume January 13, 2016
Electrophysiology Journal Club Attendance open to Electrophysiologists and EP Fellows, Residents
and EP Research Staff. RSVP to Charlene Greass (Ext. 33830 or email [email protected]).
Topic: Angiotensin-Neprilysin Inhibition
Papers to be reviewed:
6:30 pm
The Black
Trumpet, 523
Richmond Street,
London. 519850-1500
Sponsor:
Novartis
Pharmaceuticals
of Canada Inc.
1. Kiran Sidhu: Neprilysin inhibition versus Enalapril in Heart Failure J. McMurray, MD European Journal of
Heart Failure (2015) 17, 242-247.
2. Ali Kazemi Saeid: Angiotensin-Neprilysin Inhibition versus Enalapril in Heart Failure J. McMurray, MD,
et al. N Engl J Med 2014;371:993-1004.
3. Tuan Nguyen: Effect of the angiotensin-receptor-neprilysin inhibitor LCZ696 compared with enalapril on
mode of death in heart failure patients A.S. Desai, et al. European Heart Journal (2015) 36, 1990-1997.
4. Kevin Ng: Comparing LCZ696 With Enalapril According to Baseline Risk Using the MAGGIC and
EMPHASIS-HF Risk Scores An Analysis of Mortality and Morbidity in PARADIGM-HF J. Simpson, et al. J
Am Coll Cardiol 2015;66:2059-71.
Learning Objectives:
1. To systematically appraise and assimilate scientific evidence from journal articles and how it can be applied to
clinical practice and improvement in patient care.
2. To stay up to date with advances in biomedical and clinical evidence and to facilitate self-learning and
professional development.
3. To provide a forum for discussion and peer-review between health care professionals on current best practice that
is evidence based.
Thursday, January 7:
8:00-9:00
B6-128 UH
Graphics Rounds: EST Presenter: N. Suskin
Friday, January 8:
8:00-9:00
B6-128 UH
OTN Event #
EP Tracing Rounds: Case Presentations with ECG and Intra-cardiac tracings
Presenters: Attendings & Fellows
Learning Objectives:
1. To develop a systematic approach to EP tracings.
2. To discuss interesting case examples.
3. To review electrophysiology principles and concepts.
Some of these educational activities/rounds are an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification
program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, approved by the Division of Cardiology Education Committee - Western
University.
Supported by unrestricted grants-in-aid provided by:
Aegerion Pharmaceuticals (Juxtapid (lomitapide)), Amgen Canada Inc. (Repatha), AstraZeneca Canada Inc. (Brilinta (Ticagrelor)),
Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals (XARELTO® rivaroxaban tablet), Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd. (Pradax (dabigatran), Twynsta (telmisartan/amlodipine)),
Bristol-Myers Squibb Canada & Pfizer Canada Inc., (Eliquis (apixaban)), Medtronic of Canada Inc., Merck (Ezetrol, Olmetec®), Novartis Pharmaceuticals of
Candada Inc. (Entresto), Servier Canada Inc. (Coversyl)
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