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Tia Gordon, BS, RDCS (AE/PE), FASE
Aortic Stenosis
Tia Gordon, BS, RDCS (AE/PE), FASE
07/01/2018 | Time : 21 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses etiologies of aortic stenosis. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to review the normal aortic valve structure and physiology, review aortic stenosis etiology and pathophysiology, recognize qualitative assessment of AS on echo, quantification of AS on echo, and obtain appropriate measurements.

Topics mentioned in this video : Aortic stenosis etiology, Pathophysiology, Echo of aortic valve, Grading AS, Aortic valve area, 2D measurements, Doppler measurements, Case study

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