Online Pediatric Days
September 5-14, 2023

September 5, 6, 7, 13, and 14, 2023, 7 pm (CEST) / 1 pm (EDT)

Canon Medical's Online Pediatric Days | Multimodality Live Webinars

Pediatric Days – Pediatric medicine involves a full spectrum of healthcare specialties. Canon Medical’s Online Pediatric Days, made possible by the Canon Medical Academy, have been organized to provide in-depth insights into key aspects of pediatric imaging across all imaging modalities. The Canon Medical Academy supports healthcare providers during daily challenges via training and education, in this case via the multi-day webinar event that consists of daily interactive webinars, led by world-renowned international experts in pediatrics, which will be presented over five days. The webinar series provides a wealth of information for healthcare professionals interested in using imaging as part of pediatric care, from general imaging recommendations to specific benefits for diagnosis and treatment in subspecialties such as cardiology and neurology. The webinar series creates opportunities to connect and learn as we explore innovative imaging and clinical management insights during a series of interactive lectures, practical teaching sessions, and real-life clinical case discussions.

The issues - Imaging is essential in this specialist field but presents a set of unique challenges as patients are young and still under development. As well as these specific challenges, there have been limited informational resources on imaging available to pediatric specialists. Canon Medical recognized this many years ago and strives to provide platforms for education that can help identify the best medical solutions for pediatrics by bringing together subject-matter experts from all over the world to share discoveries and insights from research and clinical practice. Our latest webinar – Canon Online Pediatric Days – is designed to help health professionals consolidate their knowledge in a practical way.

Voice of Pediatrics – Canon Medical's Online Pediatric Days provides a platform for the ‘Voice of Pediatrics’, made possible by the many voices and conversations around it. Undoubtedly, we need to work together to understand and treat pediatric diseases and conditions. And in the current healthcare landscape, we need to collaborate, not only in the innovation and development of new technologies but also in implementation and best practices to optimize care, improve patient well-being, and avoid high healthcare costs. Canon Medical understands the importance of education, and by bringing together subject matter experts from around the world, it shares discoveries, insights, and case studies from research and clinical practice.

Successful Pediatric Imaging

Getting it Right

Scanning pediatric patients can be challenging and require a specific and adjusted approach. Choosing the right imaging method is essential for obtaining feasible and diagnostic scans to guide clinical decision-making. In this regard, a strong collaboration between radiologists, radiographers, and referring clinicians is essential. This webinar will help you to choose the best imaging option for your pediatric patients.
Day 1 | Successful Pediatric Imaging

Body Imaging

Clear Vision, Swift Decisions

Welcome to the world of advanced pediatric body imaging! In this webinar, we will explore two groundbreaking technologies revolutionizing the field: ultrasound with Superb Microvascular Imaging (SMI) and CT with Deep Learning Reconstruction (DLR). SMI enables real-time visualization of intricate pediatric vascular structures, empowering clinicians to swiftly diagnose and intervene in critical situations. Meanwhile, CT with DLR enhances image quality, reducing radiation exposure while maintaining diagnostic accuracy. Join us as we delve into the cutting-edge techniques reshaping pediatric imaging and optimizing patient care.

Day 2 | Body Imaging


Neurological Development in Children

Neurological development in children is complex. Two topics will be covered in this session. Stroke prevention in children with Sickle Cell Disease, followed by a session on a neurobiological approach to better understand the mathematical function in children using MRI.

Preventing strokes in children with sickle cell disease is crucial for averting cognitive impairments and ensuring optimal neurodevelopment.

State-of-the-art research utilizing MRI provides invaluable insights into the complex workings of the human brain. By examining brain structure, activity patterns, and connectivity, researchers can uncover fundamental mechanisms underlying cognitive processes, emotional regulation, and neurological disorders.
Day 3 | Neurology

Cardiology - Non-Invasive Imaging

Imaging the Beat

Join our Cardiology Non-Invasive Imaging webinar, which features ultrasound and CT sessions, to explore the crucial role of imaging in diagnosing and managing Congenital Heart Disease (CHD). Learn about the impact of this condition which affects millions of newborns and patients throughout their lives worldwide. Discover the significance of echocardiography in children, and see clinical cases and state-of-the-art functional imaging. Pediatric radiologists and cardiologists will demonstrate the necessity of CT in diagnosing CHD in young patients and its long-term implications.

Day 4 | Non-Invasive Imaging

Cardiology - Treatment

Reviving Hearts

Pediatric Cardiovascular Interventional Treatment has emerged as a critical approach in addressing congenital heart disease (CHD), affecting nearly one-third of all major congenital anomalies*. With new technologies and innovative solutions, healthcare professionals have advanced tools and techniques to manage CHD more effectively. These interventions offer promising outcomes, ensuring improved quality of life and better long-term prospects for young patients facing complex cardiac challenges.

* Denise van der Linde et al. | Birth prevalence of congenital heart disease worldwide: a systematic review and meta-analysis | J Am Coll Cardiol 2011
Day 5 | Cardiology - Treatment


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