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Mastering the Management of Aortic Valve Disease: A Case Based Approach
The management of patients with aortic valve disease is constantly evolving, highlighted by innovations in devices, surgical techniques, and imaging. In addition, guidelines, research studies and clinical trials are continually expanding the evidence base related to both management decisions and treatment outcomes from valve interventions, both transcatheter and surgical-implanted devices. These developments, in turn, have altered the clinical practice framework for approaching aortic valve disease quantification and treatments, resulting in some confusion regarding the optimal management strategies. This program is designed to bring together cardiologists, surgeons, and other healthcare providers to address the contemporary and future management of aortic valve disease and better define the role of transcatheter and surgical therapies. The course will emphasize case-based learning designed to engage learners in discussions, debates, and critical decision-making for this cond ition. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™