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Webinar Update: Eisenmenger Syndrome in the ACHD Patient, Jan. 23

ACHA announces its newest webinar, "Eisenmenger Syndrome in the Adult Congenital Heart Patient," presented by Curt J. Daniels, MD, FACC, on Monday, Jan. 23, 2012, from 7-8 p.m. EST.

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This webinar was made possible in part by an unrestricted educational grant from Actelion.

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About the webinar: Are you a congenital heart patient who is cyanotic (blue)? Are your fingernails or toenails swollen or rounded? Have you been told you have high blood pressure in your lungs? Have you been told you have Eisenmenger syndrome? If so, you won’t want to miss this webinar. Come and hear Dr. Curt Daniels, national adult congenital heart disease expert, discuss what causes Eisenmenger syndrome and how it is diagnosed, as well as available treatments and steps you can take to avoid complications and lead as productive a life as possible.

About the speaker: Curt J. Daniels, MD, FACC, is an Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in the Division of Cardiology at The Ohio State University and Division of Pediatric Cardiology at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and is board certified in both pediatric and internal medicine cardiology. He is the Director of the Columbus Ohio Adult Congenital Heart Disease and Pulmonary Hypertension Programs. He serves on the Adult Congenital/Pediatric Cardiology Council and the ACHD Working Group of the American College of Cardiology and is also the Chair of the Quality Metrics Working Group for ACHD. Dr. Daniels also serves on the Adult Congenital Heart Association Medical Advisory Board, Executive Committee, Professional Affairs Committee and Research Committee, as well as the Steering Committee for ACHA Vision 2020. This past year he was elected President of the International Society for ACHD and plans to develop Global Health Initiatives for ACHD.

Posted on Friday, December 30, 2011