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WEB: Association of CAD & ICAS in the context of Australia
Join author Dr Andrew O'Brien in this webinar where he will present on the topic of his AJUM Article of the Year titled 'Prevalence of internal carotid artery stenosis in ambulatory patients presenting for non-emergent percutaneous coronary angiogram in a single Australian centre'.
Stroke is the leading cause of disability and the third leading cause of death in individuals in Australia according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
While there has been a decrease in the incidence of stroke in Australia in the last two decades, the Australian government and stroke organisation are expecting an increase in incidence of strokes due to an aging population.
Given the well documented link between internal carotid artery stenosis and stroke, we wanted to investigate if there is a link between patients presenting for a coronary angiogram and internal carotid artery stenosis.
Further, if a duplex carotid artery scan is an appropriate screening modality in this population for stroke prevention
Review key risk factors for internal carotid artery stenosis as well as current ASUM guidelines carotid duplex ultrasound guidelines
Evaluate temporal relationship between coronary artery disease and internal carotid artery stenosis and how this relates to current literature
Discuss utility of carotid duplex ultrasound as a population level screening tool for patients presenting for percutaneous coronary angiography
Consider future research for utility of carotid duplex ultrasound in patients with advanced coronary artery disease
Join author Dr Andrew O'Brien in this webinar where he will present on the topic of his AJUM Article of the Year titled 'Prevalence of internal carotid artery stenosis in ambulatory patients presenting for non-emergent percutaneous coronary angiogram in a single Australian center'.
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This webinar's recording will be available for 45-days after it airs live i.e. until 10 July 2022
Dr Andrew O'Brien
Timing & Duration:
Start time: 19.30 AEST
Finish time: 20.30 AEST
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1. View the webinar for at least 30 minutes
2. Use the same email address that you registered with to view the webinar
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A: Everyone who watches the webinar live or the recording for at least 30-mins will be emailed a Certificate of Completion 45 days after the webinar first aired.
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26/05/2022 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Online WEBINAR, NSW Online AUSTRALIA
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