The goals of this activity are to improve the prevention and diagnosis of cardiovascular disease, as well as the management of patients with cardiovascular disease. After completing the activity, the clinician will be better able to: 1.Summarize the options for treating advanced heart failure, including patient selection for device therapy. 2.List the main areas where there have been major updates in the recent guidelines for managing patients with heart failure and describe key clinical points relating to these areas. 3.Discuss the history of fractional flow reserve and lessons learned from recent studies. 4.Name specific drugs or therapies used in oncology that are most likely to damage the heart and determine ways cardiologists and oncologists can work together to limit the cardiac risk of modern cancer therapies.
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