Return to Play and Sports Cardiology
From ConsultQD Live Admin on August 9th, 2020
- Introduction by Moderator: Tamanna Singh, MD
- Case Presentation: Myocardial Bridging in a Marathon Runner: Travis Howard, MD
- Ischemia-beta-adrenergic Receptor Axis in Cardiac Function: Sathyamangla Prasad, PhD
- Evaluating Myocardial Bridging: Role of Dobutamine PET Stress Testing and Coronary CTA: Paul Cremer, MD
- Utility of iFR in Evaluating Myocardial Bridging: Joanna Ghobrial, MD
- Coronary Unroofing in Myocardial Bridge Patients: Hani Najm, MD
- Return to Sport Considerations for the Athlete: Tamanna Singh, MD
- Key Recommendations: Evaluation and Cardiac Screening of Athletes: Richard Figler, MD
- Update on Exercise in the time of Covid-19: Pre-participation Evaluations and Return to Play: Michael Emery, MD
- Identify diagnostic imaging and treatment options for myocardial bridging
- Assess return to sport considerations for patients with myocardial bridging
- Discuss exercise in the time of COVID-19, pre-participation evaluations and return to sport recommendations
This online series is designed for physicians, allied health practitioners and students interested in complex cardiovascular and thoracic conditions.
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