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ARRHYTHMIAS BOOT CAMP – SECOND EDITION

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Last updated Maggio 24, 2022
Data inizio 16/05/2022

Data fine 20/05/2022
Città Lake Garda, Italy
Livello Intermedio
Termine iscrizioni 24/04/2022
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This 5-day course will provide comprehensive coverage of canine and feline arrhythmias, from electrophysiological mechanisms to advanced ECG interpretation and treatment. It includes didactic lectures, interactive sessions and more than 5 hours of hands-on ECG interpretation with additional time for questions and individual attention.

The main topics covered:

• Correlation between cardiac physiology and arrhythmias

• Advanced interpretation of the 12-lead ECG and the 24-hour Holter

• The diagnosis and management of supraventricular and ventricular tachyarrhythmias

• The diagnosis and management of bradyarrhythmias, including pacemaker therapy

This course is designed for cardiology residents, veterinary cardiologists, and non-specialists with a strong interest in cardiology and some experience in ECG interpretation.

This program 1263-33680 is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 21.50 CE Credits

Evento valorizzato con 28 crediti SPC*

*In Conformità con il Regolamento FNOVI riguardante gli SPC (Sviluppo Professionale Continuo) Unisvet, essendo provider ECM e inserita dal Ministero della Salute pubblica nell’Elenco delle Società Scientifiche e associazioni tecnico-scientifiche delle professioni sanitarie, valorizzerà il corso “ARRHYTHMIAS BOOT CAMP – SECOND EDITION” con 1 credito SPC per ogni 60 minuti di lezione

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Roberto Santilli
DVM, PhD, Dipl. ECVIM-CA (Cardiology), Adjunct Professor of Cardiology – Cornell University - USA Relatore
Roberto Santilli graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Milan in 1990. He became an European specialist in cardiology in 1999. Between 2004 and 2006, he completed a Master in Electrophysiology and electrical stimulation at the University of Medicine of Insubria. He then obtained a PhD at the University of Turin – College of Veterinary Internal medicine in 2010. Roberto Santilli is the head of the cardiology departments of the Clinica Veterinaria Malpensa - Anicura in Samarate, Varese (Italy) and of the Ospedale Veterinario I Portoni Rossi - Anicura, Bologna (Italy). Since 2014, he has been an Adjunct Professor of Cardiology at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he is actively involved in the activities of the cardiac electrophysiologic laboratory. His main research activities include the diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias in dogs and cats.
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Lucia Ramera
DVM Relatore
Since 2000 she’s co-worker with Dr. Roberto Santilli for scientific papers, courses and the telemedicine service “ecgontheweb.com”. Her works focused on junctional tachycardia, isorhythmic atrioventricular dissociation and R-peak time. Collaborator in the publication of the books “ Elettrocardiografia del cane e del gatto. Genesi e interpretazione del ritmo cardiaco”, 2009 and “ Manuale di cardiologia del cane e del gatto”, 2012 both editing by Elsevier, either of the DVDs “Elettrocardiografia del cane e del gatto”, 2014 ed. Boehringer Inghelheim. In 2019 she completed the “Certificato europeo di competenza in ecocardiografia veterinaria”. Actually she works like free-lance cardiologist.
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Lola Porteiro
DVM Relatore
Dolores Porteiro graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine of Santiago de Compostela in 2005. Between 2005 and 2011, she collaborated with different Clinics in Madrid (Spain). She completed a cardiology intership from February 2012 to July 2013 with Doctor Claudio Bussadori and Doctor Roberto Santilli (Italy). She started her Residency program in Cardiology with Doctor Santilli (ECVIM-CA Cardiology) in August 2013. She finished her residency program in 2016 and she is working as cardiology in Clinica Veterinaria Malpensa (Varese, Italy), Hospital Veterinario VETSIA (Madrid, Spain) and Hospital 4 de Octubre (A Coruña, Spain). She has published in different national and international journals. Also she has presented scientific articles in national and international congress. Her main research activities include the arrhythmology.
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Manuela Perego
DVM, Dipl. ECVIM-CA (Cardiology) Relatore
Manuela Perego si è laureata presso l’Università di Milano nel 2003. Nel 2003 ha iniziato una collaborazione presso la Clinica Veterinaria Malpensa - Anicura (Samarate-VA) e nel 2012 presso l’Ospedale I Portoni Rossi - Anicura (Zola Predosa-BO) occupandosi di ecocardiografia, aritmologia e di procedure di cardiologia interventistica. Nell’anno 2019 ha ottenuto il Diploma Europeo di Medicina Interna Specialità di Cardiologia. È autrice di articoli inerenti la cardiologia e l’aritmologia su riviste italiane e internazionali, del libro Elettrocardiografia del cane e del gatto (2009, Elsevier-2018 Edra) e co-autrice del libro Manuale di Cardiologia del cane e del gatto (2012, Elsevier). È stata relatrice a diversi Congressi Italiani e Internazionali.
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Romain Pariaut
DVM, Dipl. ACVIM (Cardiology), Dipl. ECVIM-CA (Cardiology) Relatore
Romain Pariaut has been practicing veterinary cardiology since 2002. He received his DVM from the National School of Veterinary Medicine (ENVL) in Lyon, France. He stayed in Lyon as a small animal rotating Intern, and was then a Clinical Instructor in Emergency and Critical Care. He completed a residency in Veterinary Cardiology at Cornell University in 2005. Prior to joining the faculty at Cornell University, Dr. Pariaut was an Associate Professor and Service Chief of Cardiology at Louisiana State University. His emphasis is on interventional cardiology and arrhythmia management. Dr. Pariaut is also an Associate Editor of the Journal of Veterinary Cardiology. He is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) and the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ECVIM-CA).
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Sydney Moise
DVM, Dipl. ACVIM (Internal Medicine), Dipl. ACVIM (Cardiology) Relatore
Dr. Moise is involved in teaching, clinical practice, and research. Her research has centered on arrhythmias in dogs. Currently, her research is directed toward the normal and abnormal patterning of cardiac rhythms during long-term Holter analysis. She also has orchestrated collaborative studies to understand the mechanisms of degeneration of the mitral valve in dogs. She was awarded the AVMA research award for arrhythmia studies in German shepherds and the Bourgelat Award for international contribution to the clinical practice of veterinary medicine. Dr. Moïse was Editor-in Chief (5 years) and Associate Editor (2 years) of the international Journal of Veterinary Cardiology. Previously, she co-edited and authored with Dr. Philip Fox and David Sisson the textbook Canine and Feline Cardiology. In 2018 the textbook Electrocardiography of the Dog and Cat authored by Drs. Roberto Santilli, N. Sydney Moise, Romain Pariaut and Manuela Perego. She is currently working on her book Heartbeats…Over Time (Long-term Electrocardiographic Monitoring in the Dog and Cat) him him. She is extensively involved in the international aspects of academic veterinary cardiology including speaking and training.


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