CARDIOLOGY

7 FEBRUARY 2018

Advancing the treatment of cardiovascular conditions through guideline-driven and innovative therapeutic approaches

The complexity of cardiovascular diseases presents cardiology professionals with a myriad of challenges when considering disease prevention, evaluation and treatment, for this reason cardiovascular diseases remain a global public health priority. It is therefore critical for such professionals to consistently, and actively, seek out knowledge that is related to advances in the cardiology field. The MEDLAB cardiology conference provides the ultimate, and an engaging opportunity for cardiovascular specialists to accrue information enabling the enhancement of their expertise, as global and regional field leaders present a comprehensive review of new guidelines and share contemporary and novel clinical techniques and strategies. 

Cardiovascular professionals will not only be equipped with world-class knowledge helping to improve patient care, but partake in networking with thousands of medical laboratory and clinical specialists, all whilst gaining critical CME credits. 

What are the main topics covered in the event?

  • Updates in cardiovascular disease guidelines
  • Updates from the clinic
  • Contemporary clinical practice and therapeutics
  • High sensitivity assays
  • Biochemical markers of acute coronary syndrome
  • Biomarkers for atherosclerosis and metabolic syndrome
  • Biomarkers for chronic heart failure

 

Benefits for Attending:

Upon completion of this activity participants will able to:

  • Review cardiovascular guidelines to ensure compliant daily clinical practice
  • Recognize new and advanced knowledge for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of cardiovascular diseases for improved patient survival and recovery
  • Assess cardiovascular risk and characterize the best practices in the management of patients with heart failure, to enhance cardiovascular treatment expertise
  • Explore contemporary clinical practice and interventions for patients with cardiovascular conditions

 

Activity Director:

Dr Dima Quraini, ‎Cardiologist, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Local Chair:

Dr Alawi Alsheikh-Ali, Dean - College of Medicine, Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences, Dubai, UAE

Committee Member:

Prof Hassan El-Tamimi, Professor of Cardiology, Mohammad Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences; Al Zahra Hospital, Dubai, UAE