Learn from the LeadersPromedica International CME
Over the years, we at Promedica International CME have been privileged to work with the world’s leading physicians as Program Directors and Faculty to produce major educational activities to help improve the quality of healthcare you can offer your patients. Now we are delighted to add to your educational opportunities through this unique web blog entitled “Learn from the Leaders”. We hope you will appreciate the following opportunities:
- Learn about emerging techniques and technologies at an early stage, directly from the source.
- Share comments and ask questions in an informal environment
- Discover new ideas years before they can be published in the journals
- A forum for sharing tips and subtle nuances of techniques
Find the amazing (and touching) sory about the first artificial heart paitent being discharged from the Mayo Clinic after two years of living there here: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/05/21/eveningnews/main6507572.shtml?tag=mncol%3Blst%3B2
American's blood pressure is being better controlled through awareness and medication but not necessarily through healthy lifestyle changes.Â Read the article from MedPage Today here.
New study shows your blood pressure (and your waistline) can drop if you avoid sugary drinks: Medical News: BP Drops when Sugary Drinks Are Reduced.
Dr. Raj Makkar, one of the course directors for Controversies and Advances in the Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease: The Tenth in the Series is interviewed by WebMD about Barbara Walters' upcoming surgery - how the problem was detected, how it will be treated, and...
Check out the interview below with Dr. Richard Heuser, program director for the upcoming Cardiovascular Tips for the Practitioner: Optimizing Management Techniques and Treatment symposium taking place November 5-6, 2010 in Las Vegas, and how a new medical device...
Interesting article from The Journal of Nuclear Medicine on how molecular imaging can help physicians identify aortic dissection. Molecular imaging can identify a potentially deadly blood vessel condition, research suggests
Check out the article in the LA Times about what the American Heart Association is saying: "Particulate air pollution is a modifiable risk factor for heart disease, heart association says".
The Controversies and Advances in the Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease: The Ninth in the Series symposium will take place October 1-2, 2009 at the beautiful Beverly Hills Hotel.Â This world-renowned program will offer a realistic view of controversial topics and...
Dr. Safi: Carotid endarterectomy is a time-tested, effective, durable and safe procedure that has been used in clinical practice since its introduction, in Houston, by Dr. DeBakey in 1953.Â Current case volumes are in the range of 140,000 per year in the USA.Â ...
Is the current evidence in support of percutaneous coronary intervention for the treatment of unprotected left main stem disease?