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6th ECG workshop 2017

6th ECG WORKSHOP 2017

29-30 July 2017 12nd floor, Bhumisirimangalanusorn Building King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital

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This course is designed to instruct general practitioners, internists, internal medicine residents, cardiology fellows, intensive care nurses and anyone who is interested in the electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation including bradyarrhythmias, tachyarrhythmias, and ECG in special conditions. An understanding of basic ECG is a prerequisite for participants.

Valve Replacement PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 25 December 2011 13:01

Valvular heart disease, especially rheumatic heart disease, is prevalent in Thailand. Most of patients end up with valve replacement when they have symptoms related to valvular lesions such as shortness of breath or have changes of cardiac function. Post surgical care including maintenance of anticoagulation and prevention of infective endocarditis are crucial.

 

Generally, the mechanical prosthetic valve

requires life-long anticoagulation whereas

bioprosthetic or homograft valve do not.

For more information about anticoagulant,

please visit  Warfarin clinic

Our various operations are:

·        Aortic valve replacement

·        Mitral valve replacement

·        Tricuspid  valve replacement

·        Pulmonic valve replacement

 

 

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