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Myocardial Strain: Uses and Challenges

Thursday 21st May 2020

Join Professor Paul Leeson and Doctor Rizwan Sarwar as they discuss the current clinical use cases for myocardial Strain, and cover a few of the current challenges for accurately quantifying Strain. This upcoming webinar is a can’t miss opportunity to gain insightful guidance on how to decrease variability in the calculation of Strain and how to quickly implement this valuable tool into clinical practice.

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Our 2020 speakers

Professor Paul Leeson

PhD, FRCP, FESC

Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine at the University of Oxford

Doctor Rizwan Sarwar

M.D.

Clinical Research Fellow at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

Ross Upton

PhD

Founder and CEO of Ultromics

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Myocardial Strain: Uses and Challenges

21st May 2020

Join Professor Paul Leeson and Doctor Rizwan Sarwar as they discuss the current clinical use cases for myocardial Strain, and cover a few of the current challenges for accurately quantifying Strain. This upcoming webinar is a can't miss opportunity to gain insightful guidance on how to decrease variability in the calculation of Strain and how to quickly implement this valuable tool into clinical practice.

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