Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Complex Congenital Transplantations
- Introduction by Moderator: Eileen Hsich, MD
- Case Presentation: John Costello, MD
- ACHD Considerations and Pre-Transplant Optimization: Joanna Ghobrial, MD
- Heart Failure Indications and Treatment Options: Sanjeeb Bhattacharya, MD
- Assessing the Liver: Robert O'Shea, MD
- Surgical Techniques for Complex Congenital Transplantations
- Status and Priority Listing Update: Miriam Jacob, MD
- Describe advances in patient-management therapies and current challenges.
- Discuss the surgical risk at transplantation for CHD patients.
- Recognize that high-volume CHD transplant centers may have better transplant outcomes.
This online series is designed for physicians, allied health practitioners and students interested in complex cardiovascular and thoracic conditions.
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