Coronary Disease

Dr. Fernando Morcerf - President of the First Echocardiography Congress of the Cardiovascular Image Department of the Brazilian Society of Cardiology. Echocardiography professor in ECOR ECOCARDIOGRAPHY initialization and specialization courses for over 40 years with more than 180 classes.
$ 66.00

CONTINUOUS EDUCATION: The Practice of Echocardiography

AN EXAMPLE OF A VIDEO CLASS ON RIGHT VENTRICULAR INFARCTION. 3min film for you

Basic, intermediate, and advanced information on the diagnosis of various heart diseases studied in Adult Echocardiography. Aimed at Cardiologists and Sonographers dedicated to Echocardiography, who already have some practical knowledge of the method, and wish an extensive range of theoretical and practical experience from Dr. Fernando Morcerf, many exclusive and original. You will notice that the classes go directly to the issue. A life with more than 35 years of continuous working on Echo and Teaching. Using logic, studies, and experience for deep explanations to depict what really works on a day-by-day basis, not only on guidelines or preconception. Notice also that ALL examples provided are cases from my own experience. In addition to the video lessons, the student will be able to send their doubts and questions directly to Dr. Morcerf using an e-mail or WhatsApp number that will be provided. It is not a Group; hence, any message will be exclusively between us. When relevant to the questions, images may also be sent, however, I cannot give a complete report about a case, just answer your questions. Only the active students will be able to access this service of Consulting, Mentoring, and Continuous Education. A CERTIFICATE with the total hours of the course will be provided at the end of the period.

Each Course presents a General Subject composed of several video classes grouped here, in order to meet those interested in a specific topic. Click on a video lesson to see a summary of the topic.

Coronary Disease

Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Presence of Coronary Obstruction. Part I (19min)
We start here with ischemic heart disease. Initially with the diagnosis of coronary obstruction. First part.
Echocardiographic Diagnosis of the Presence of Coronary Obstruction. Part II (8min)
How to diagnose the presence of ischemia. Second part.
Coronary Heart Disease Complications: Myocardial infarction (12min)
Now let us look at the complications of coronary heart disease. Initially myocardial infarction.
Right Ventricle Infarction (3min)
RV infarction is quite common, but not frequently diagnosed.
LV aneurysm (9min)
Diagnosis and assessment of LV aneurysms.
LV Pseudo Aneurysm (4min)
Difference between LV aneurysm and pseudo aneurysm.
Interventricular septum rupture after myocardial infarction (2min)
Interventricular septum rupture after infarction. 
Papillary Muscle Dysfunction and Rupture. Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation. (2min)
Papillary muscle dysfunction and rupture in patients with coronary disease. Mitral regurgitation of an ischemic nature .
LV thrombus in coronary heart disease (5min)
Detection of LV thrombus in patients with coronary heart disease, especially after myocardial infarction.
Cardiogenic Shock (7 min)
Use of echocardiography in patients in cardiogenic shock.
Risk Assessment Right After Acute Myocardial Infarction (10min)
We will evaluate the use of echocardiography to assess the patient’s risk right after an acute myocardial infarction.
Echocardiographic Assessment of Myocardial Viability (21min)
How to assess the presence of viable myocardium in patients with ischemic heart disease.
Takotsubo – Stress Heart (3min)
How to diagnose the Takotsubo disease

 

Errors and Problems

Evaluation of LV Systolic Segmentar Function in a Case of Ischemic Heart Disease (11min)
We will analyze the causes of error in the diagnosis of LV systolic segmentar function in ischemic heart disease. 
Errors in the Diagnosis of LV Thrombus in Ischemic Heart Disease (7min)
Let’s analyze the causes of errors in the diagnosis of LV thrombus in ischemic heart disease. 
Following the epicardial border (4min)
Important trick to define segmental contractility in LV walls when there is no perfect definition of the endocardium.
Error in LV Segmental Contractility Assessment (5min)
There are several sources of errors in the assessment of LV segmental contractility. See the main ones here . [/su_spoiler ]
Beware of Gain (3 min)
Beware of setting gain when investigating walls that are not perpendicular to the beam.

 

Exercises

Assess LV Segmental Contractility (9min)
One of the most difficult things about echocardiography is the assessment of LV segmental contraction. This series of exercises will help and have experience in this diagnosis
Coronary Disease. Inferior Wall Aneurysm (3min)
How can such an aneurysm go unnoticed initially?
Several Cases to Train the Evaluation of LV Segmental Contractility - Patient 1 (3min).
Let’s see if we agree!
Several Cases to Train the Evaluation of LV Segmental Contractility - Patient 2 (3min).
See if you agree!
Several Cases to Train the Evaluation of LV Segmental Contractility – Patient3(6min).
See if you agree!

 

Information and Subscription

  • Course : There are 23 video classes (3:24h) selected from the site and grouped in order to cover the main echocardiography themes.  The student also has the resource where he can send his doubts / questions directly to Dr. Morcerf.
  • Price : US$ 66.00  valid for 3 month (90 days) from the date of hiring.
  • The video classes can be accessed from any computer, tablet and cell phone.

Course Features

  • Duration 3h 24min
  • Number of lessons 23
  • Language English
  • Coronary Disease 0/13

    • Aula1.1
      Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Presence of Coronary Obstruction. Part I (19min)
      30m
    • Aula1.2
      Echocardiographic Diagnosis of the Presence of Coronary Obstruction. Part II (8min)
      30m
    • Aula1.3
      Coronary Heart Disease Complications: Myocardial infarction (12min)
      30m
    • Aula1.4
      Right Ventricle Infarction (3min)
      30m
    • Aula1.5
      LV aneurysm (9min)
      30m
    • Aula1.6
      LV Pseudo Aneurysm (4min)
      30m
    • Aula1.7
      Interventricular septum rupture after myocardial infarction (2min)
      30m
    • Aula1.8
      Papillary Muscle Dysfunction and Rupture. Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation. (2min)
      30m
    • Aula1.9
      LV thrombus in coronary heart disease (5min)
      30m
    • Aula1.10
      Cardiogenic Shock (7 min)
      30m
    • Aula1.11
      Risk Assessment Right After Acute Myocardial Infarction (10min)
      30m
    • Aula1.12
      Echocardiographic Assessment of Myocardial Viability (21min)
      30m
    • Aula1.13
      Takotsubo – Stress Heart (3min)
      30m
  • Errors and Problems 0/5

    • Aula2.1
      Evaluation of LV  Systolic Segmentar Function in a Case of Ischemic Heart Disease (11min)
      30m
    • Aula2.2
      Errors in the Diagnosis of LV Thrombus in Ischemic Heart Disease (7min)
      30m
    • Aula2.3
      Following the epicardial border (4min)
      30m
    • Aula2.4
      Error in LV Segmental Contractility Assessment (5min)
      30m
    • Aula2.5
      Beware of Gain (3 min)
      30m
  • Exercises 0/5

    • Aula3.1
      Assess LV Segmental Contractility (9min)
      30m
    • Aula3.2
      Coronary Disease. Inferior Wall Aneurysm (3min)
      30m
    • Aula3.3
      Several Cases to Train the Evaluation of LV Segmental Contractility – Patient 1 (3min).
      30m
    • Aula3.4
      Several Cases to Train the Evaluation of LV Segmental Contractility – Patient 2 (3min)
      30m
    • Aula3.5
      Several Cases to Train the Evaluation of LV Segmental Contractility – Patient3(6min)
      30m
Dr. Fernando Morcerf
President of the First Echocardiography Congress of the Cardiovascular Image Department of the Brazilian Society of Cardiology. Echocardiography professor in ECOR ECOCARDIOGRAPHY initialization and specialization courses for over 40 years with more than 180 classes. Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (March 1965 to December 1970). Postgraduate studies at Evanston Hospital at Northwestern University. Chicago, Illinois, USA, from July 1971 to June 1972. (Internship) Resident in Internal Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, from July 1972 to June 1973. Fellowship in Cardiology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, from July 1973 to June 1975. Former Professor Postgraduate Course in Cardiology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Former professor at the Postgraduate Medical Institute of Rio de Janeiro Director of the Echocardiography Service at ECOR Ecocardiografia Rio de Janeiro First president of the Brazilian Congress of Echocardiography of the Brazilian Society of Cardiology in 1989 Former President of the Department of Echocardiography of the Brazilian Society of Cardiology (1990 to 1992) Professor of the Echocardiography Course at the Brazilian School of Echocardiography with more than 2,500 alumni in classroom courses since 1980 to date. Thousands of alumni in video aulas in Internet courses. Exclusive teacher: ecor.com.br (Brazil) and cardiomorcerf.com (international) Online Courses.

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