Atherosclerosis: Strategies for Preventing MI and Stroke -
Review of the pathogenesis and epidemiology of atherosclerotic
disease, the mechanisms of action of the latest antiplatelet
therapies, management strategies and relevant data from recent
clinical trials, and utilizes case studies to illustrate the
diversity of patient types with regard to oral antiplatelet
III Guidelines - This unique CME activity delivers written
summaries of various presentations on the ATP III Guidelines.
These summaries are enhanced with slides, graphics and
references. The American Heart Association designates this
educational activity for a maximum of 3 hours in Category 1
Beyond Statins: An Introduction to Cholesterol Absorption
Inhibitors - This CME/CE accredited webcourse provides an
introduction to the mechanism of action, efficacy and safety,
and clinical role of the first in what may become a broad range
of drugs in this new class called cholesterol absorption
inhibitors. This course is accredited for physicians, physician
assistants, and nurse practitioners.
Controversies in Hypertension Management in African-Americans
- This CME accredited program features conference summaries and
audio clips edited from a live roundtable discussion held in
Chicago, IL on March 29, 2003. The roundtable discussion was
moderated by Dr. Malcolm Taylor and featured Dr. Marvin Moser,
Dr. Jackson Wright and Dr. Keith Ferdinand as discussants. This
course is accredited for physicians.
Trends in Arrhythmia Management - The safe and effective
management of atrial fibrillation (AFib) has been a focal point
of many recent clinical studies. Although considerable progress
in the treatment of AFib has been made over the years, clinical
decisions have become more challenging - with issues ranging
from drug selection to the risk of proarrhythmia. The program
provides insight into recent advances in restoration and
maintenance of sinus rhythm, as well as the emerging role of new
therapeutic agents. Updated April 2003.
2002 Conference Highlights -
Daily written summaries of various presentations
featuring articles from the 2002 American
Cardiology Scientific Session. These summaries are enhanced with
slides, graphics and references.
Online - A professional education product from the American
Heart Association that provides summaries of the latest Basic,
Clinical and Population Science presentations to healthcare
professionals. Accredited for physicians. The American Heart
Association designates this continuing medical education
activity for a maximum of 2 hours in Category 1 AMA/PRA credit.
Interventional Approach to Cardiac Multi-Vessel Disease - An
archived broadcast designed for cardiologists, internists,
cardiology fellows, and anyone who treats cardiovascular
Annual Session - This CME program features presentations from
the American College of Physicians 2003 Annual Session held in San
Diego, California, April 3-5, 2003.