LOCATION: Cardiology Suite, A Level, Junction 1
KEY CONTACTS: Debbie Wilkinson, Lead Echocardiographer (email@example.com)
An echocardiogram (echo) is used in the diagnosis and follow-up of patients with congenital or acquired heart disease, for example, ACS, heart failure, valve problems and cardiomyopathy. Echo is also routinely used to assess and monitor patients with pulmonary hypertension, following a CVA/TIA, and for those receiving chemotherapy.
WHAT YOU MIGHT SEE/DO AT THE SESSION:
Observe the imaging and reporting of: