05 - 06 Οκτωβρίου 2024

Up-To-Date 4D Echocardiography: Intensive hands-on 4D TTE and TOE Echo Course

Up-To-Date 4D Echocardiography: Intensive hands-on 4D TTE and TOE Echo Course

Venue: European Interbalkan Medical Center, Thessaloniki, Greece
Course Directors:
Prof Luigi Badano, Dr Konstantinos Papadopoulos

Aim of the course:
This course addresses to all 4D echo users and aims at fully understand the best way to acquire and analyze patients using the 4D echocardiography.

Suggested hotel for Accommodation: Hyatt Regency Hotel

Certificate of Attendance
The certificate will be marked with credits of Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Professional Development (ECMECs) accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®). The certificates will be send via email.

Organized by University of Milano



4D Echocardiography is rapidly evolving giving new perspectives in the diagnosis and management of cardiac diseases. With the new 4D echo softwares and machines we can enhance our self-confidence and credibility in a wide spectrum of structural heart diseases. Starting with heart failure patients where accurately we can provide data about ventricular volumes and contractility and going further to valvulopathies where we can visualize and demonstrate in real time all the pathology. That way all diagnostic questions are more precisely answered and the management of these patients becomes easier.

Our hands-on intensive echo course aims at giving all the needed tools for everyday routine use of 4D echocardiography in our labs. All participants at the end of the course will learn how to acquire and analyze volumes and ejection fraction for left and right ventricle and be able as well to accurately demonstrate and analyze all valve abnormalities.

We are waiting for you either onsite in Thessaloniki or online, virtually to share experience and create memories.

See you in October.






Bileaflet prolapse-barlow disease demonstrated with 3D TOE

3D enface view of mitral valve

 4D analysis of volumes and EF of left ventricle