The Diagnostic Performance of Electrocardiography as a Screening Tool for Structural Heart Disease
In this webinar, you will learn about what makes a test a good screening tool and what screening tools are available for structural heart disease. We will also discuss the utility of an electrocardiogram (ECG) as a screening tool for structural heart disease, as well as the “normal” ECG. We’ll cover chamber enlargement patterns and conduction disturbances and how to interpret these abnormal findings in your patient population. Additionally, we will review common structural heart diseases encountered in practice and discuss practical case examples.
Why screening tests are important, how they are used, and what their limitations are
How to interpret an abnormal ECG finding within the clinical context of your patient population
Common types of structural heart disease encountered in general practice