Join us at ESC Preventive Cardiology 2024

Feel the pulse of the future with Canon Medical at ESC Preventive Cardiology 2024 (Athens, 25–27 April), the congress organized by the European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC).

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We know how busy one's congress schedule can be. Therefore, to suit your ESC Preventive Cardiology 2024 schedule, on April 25, the Canon Medical Academy will host three sessions of our "Heart Work—State-of-the-Art Quantitative Exercise Imaging” live workshop.

Register for Our “Heart Work – State-of-the-Art Quantitative Exercise Imaging” Workshop

3 sessions on April 25 (10:15–11:15; 13:00–13:45; 15:15–16:15 CEST) | Tutorial Room

Explore the dynamics of cardiac health with Canon Medical Academy's workshop, "Heart Work – State-of-the-Art Quantitative Exercise Imaging," led by Dr. Jan Verwerft.

This workshop offers insights into differentiating physiological adaptations in athletes through advanced imaging techniques and interactive sessions that highlight practical applications in sports cardiology.

Workshop: “Heart Work – State-of-the-Art Quantitative Exercise Imaging

  • Evaluating Shortness of Breath through Induced Breathlessness Testing | Dr. Jan Verwerft
  • Live Stress Echo
  • Q&A

Why Should You Attend?
  • To master stress echocardiography techniques combined with cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET)
  • To gain insights into in-depth phenotyping during exercise
  • To learn about the identification and mitigation of pitfalls in cardiac imaging
  • To delve into the role of speckle tracking in differential diagnosis

Meet the Expert

Speaker: Dr. Jan Verwerft, MD
Cardiologist, Heart Center Hasselt, Campus Virga Jesse
Jessa Hospital
Hasselt, Belgium

Presentation: Evaluating Shortness of Breath through Induced Breathlessness Testing "Why assess cardiac function in athletes at rest when you can do this during exercise?". This question will be answered through a live stress echo.

By using modern imaging tools like Wall Motion Tracking, supported by AI, you can see the heart at work and gain insights needed for both elite and amateur athletes with suspected heart disease.


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