Congenital heart disease in a nutshell – and how to crack it
This talk focuses on antenatal screening for congenital heart disease and it’s presentation at different times of a baby or child’s life.
This will help support primary care when they are presented with patients in their clinics and how to manage these patients.
- To understand the development of the normal and abnormal heart
- To appreciate changes from fetal to postnatal circulation and antenatal cardiac screening
- To recognize the different timelines of when congenital heart disease can present
- To provide a selection of heart defects and their clinical findings
- Interesting case presentation
Dr Beverly Tsai-Goodman has been with Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals since 2017 as a consultant paediatric and fetal cardiologist.
Her expertise in unborn babies, babies and children’s heart conditions is the reason she arranges the ‘Echocardiography for Neonatologists’ course each year.
Delegates attend this two-day practical course from Europe, USA, Australia, Canada and South Africa. Dr Tsai-Goodman has also led many research projects and her work has been published.
Learn more about Dr Tsai-Goodman, her clinical interests and research and teaching experience
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