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Learn about ATTR-CM and uncover the differences between hereditary and Wild-type ATTR-CM

Learn about the red flags that may raise suspicion of and techniques used to diagnose ATTR-CM

Explore a range of educational resources to support the diagnosis of ATTR-CM

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On Demand Congresses

Crack The Code- Unmasking and Addressing ATTR-CM in Your Practice Webinar 2020:

​​​​​​​Dr Pablo Garcia-Pavia (Hospital Puerta de Hierro, Madrid)

A Disease Enigma: Unlocking the Clinical Clues of ATTR-CM

Dr Pablo Garcia-Pavia provides an overview of ATTR-CM and the initial patient presentation. He presents at the live Crack the Code: Unmasking and Addressing ATTR-CM in Your Practice webinar in 2020.

Crack The Code- Unmasking and Addressing ATTR-CM in Your Practice Webinar 2020:
​​​​​​​Professor Claudio Rapezzi (Cardiovascular Centre, University of Ferrara, Ferrara)​​​​​​​

Challenging Case of Heart Failure: Putting the Clues of ATTR-CM Together

Claudio Rapezzi discusses what should prompt suspicion of ATTR-CM in this patient and how suspicion can be confirmed through diagnostic techniques. 

Crack The Code- Unmasking and Addressing ATTR-CM in Your Practice Webinar 2020:

Thibaud Damy, MD, PhD (University Hospital Henri Mondor, Creteil)

​​​​​​​Cracked the Code: What to Do Next? A Treatment Option for Patients with ATTR-CM

Dr Thibaud Damy reviews the clinical data for a treatment option for ATTR-CM. 

ESC Congress 2020- European Society of Cardiology:

Michelle Michels PhD (Erasmus University Medical Centre, The Netherlands)

Faces and Cases: Recognising ATTR-CM across the spectrum of patients

Michelle Michels takes us through three patient cases and shows us the faces and cases in order to recognise ATTR Cardiomyopathy in everyday clinic.

ESC Congress 2020- European Society of Cardiology:

​​​​​​​Fabian Knebel MD PhD (Charité - University Hospital, Berlin)

Identifying ATTR-CM: The need for early diagnosis

Fabian Knebel highlights the importance of an early diagnosis of ATTR-CM when presenting at the ESC Industry On-Demand Q /A Session 2020.

ESC Congress 2020- European Society of Cardiology:

Oliver Lairez, MD, PhD (University Hospital of Toulouse, Toulouse) 

Diagnosing ATTR-CM: Using the right tool at the right time

Oliver Lairez presents the tools to diagnose ATTR-CM, which was taken from the ESC Industry On-Demand Q /A Session 2020.

BSH Congress 2020- British Society for Heart Failure:

Dr Lisa Anderson (St George's Hospital, London) 
Dr Robert Cooper (Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool)

Future directions for management of cardiac amyloidosis

This is the recorded speaker session from the BSH Pfizer-sponsored Symposium which took place on the 26-27th November 2020. Lisa Anderson discusses the diagnosis and early management of cardiac amyloidosis and Rob Cooper takes you through the emerging treatment strategies for cardiac amyloidosis.​​​​​​​

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