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Morcerf Course of Myocardial Deformation – Strain and Strain Rate 2020

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Cúrsa Morcerf de dhífhoirmiú miócairdiach - Ráta Strain agus Strain 2020

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Dr. Fernando Morcerf - President of the First Echocardiography Congress of the Cardiovascular Image Department of the Brazilian Society of Cardiology. Echocardiography professor in ECOR ECOCARDIOGRAPHY initialization and specialization courses for over 40 years with more than 180 classes.

Basic, intermediate, and advanced information on the diagnosis of various heart diseases studied in Strain and Strain Rate. Aimed at Cardiologists and cardiac sonographers dedicated to Echocardiography, who already have some practical knowledge of the 2D method, and now wish to receive an extensive range of theoretical and practical experience from Dr. Fernando Morcerf, many exclusive and original, in Myocardial Deformation, Strain and Strain Rate in Tissue Doppler and Speckle Tracking. In addition to the video lessons, the student will be able to send their doubts and questions directly to Dr. Morcerf using an e-mail or WhatsApp number that will be provided. It is not a Group; hence, any message will be exclusively between us. When relevant to the questions, images may also be sent. Only the active students will be able to access this service of Consulting, Mentoring and Continuous Education. A CERTIFICATE with the total hours of the course will be provided at the end of the period.

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STRAIN AND STRAIN RATE – COURSE OF MYOCARDIAL DEFORMATION
Important General Concepts
DEFORMATION (STRAIN) AND DEFORMATION RATE (STRAIN RATE)
ANATOMICAL KNOWLEDGE INDISPENSABLE FOR THE STUDY OF MYOCARDIAL DEFORMATION.
PHYSIOLOGY I – BAND CONTRACTION SEQUENCE
PHYSIOLOGY II – ANATOMICAL RELATIONSHIP OF TORRENT GUASP AND LONGITUDINAL VELOCITIES VECTORS
PHYSIOLOGY III – ANATOMICAL RELATIONSHIP OF TORRENT GUASP AND TRANSVERSE VELOCITY VECTORS

Colored Tissue Doppler
PARAMÓRTHÓIRÍ AMA
HOW TO PERFORM COLOR TISSUE DOPPLER
USE OF MOBILE ROI

LV function with spectral and color Tissue Doppler
USE OF SPECTRAL TISSULAR DOPPLER
INITIAL CONCEPTS OF COLORED TISSUE DOPPLER IN THE STUDY ON MYOCARDIAL DEFORMATION
MYOCARDIAL DEFORMATION: DETAILS FOR STRAIN RATE STUDY
MYOCARDIAL DEFORMATION: DETAILS FOR STRAIN STUDY
BUNAÍOCHTAÍ
TISSUE DOPPLER CURVED M MODE

VE function with Speckle Tracking
DIFFERENT TYPES OS SPECKLE TRACKING
INITIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE STUDY OF LV DEFORMATION WITH SPECKLE TRACKING
INITIAL ANALYSIS OF STRAIN AND STRAIN RATE IMAGES AND CURVES
STUDY WITH THE APICAL 4CHAMBER VIEW
STUDY WITH APICAL LONGAXIS VIEW
STUDY WITH APICAL 2CHAMBER VIEW
STUDY WITH SHORT AXIS VIEWS
SOME FINAL DETAILS

RV function with spectral Doppler, colored Tissue Doppler and Speckle Tracking. Normal and in Different Pathologies
STUDY OF THE RIGHT VENTRICLE FUNCTION

LV function with spectral Doppler, colaorticor Tissue Doppler and Speckle Tracking in valvular lesions
MITRAL REGURGITATION
AORTIC STENOSIS
AORTHIC REGURGITATION

LV function with spectral Doppler, colored Tissue Doppler and Speckle Tracking in heart disease with hypertrophy or infiltration of the LV walls
HYPERTENSIVE CARDIOPATHY
ASYMMETRIC HYPERTHROPHIC MYOCARDIOPATHY
AMYLOIDOSIS
FRIEDREICH ATAXIA

LV function with spectral Doppler, colored Tissue Doppler and Speckle Tracking in LV dilatation cardiomyopathies
DILATED MYOCARDIOPATHIES
VIROTIC MYOCARDITIS
DILATED MYOCARDIOPATHY WITH BCRE
MYOCARDIOPATHY WITH LV NON-COMPACTION
ENDOMIOCARDIOFIBROSE
CHAGASIC CARDIOPATHY
SARCOIDOSIS

LV function with spectral Doppler, colored Tissue Doppler and Speckle Tracking in Ischemic Heart Disease
INITIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN ISCHEMIC CARDIOPATHY
LV ANEURISM WITH THROMBI
POSTERO-LATERAL INFARCTION
INFERIOR and ANTERIOR INFARCTION
INFERIOR, POSTERIOR AND RV WALLS FIBROSIS
ANTEROSEPTAL WALL FIBROSIS
INFERIOR AND POSTERIOR WALLS FIBROSIS
STENT FOR PREVIOUS ANTERIOR WALL INFARCTION
LV ANEURISM

LV function with spectral Doppler, color Tissue Doppler and Speckle Tracking in Athletes
MYOCARDIAL DEFORMATION IN ATHLETES

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