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Topic: Through the Looking Glass: Nash Equilibriums, Naïve Realism, MCS, UNOS and You
Review the pathophysiological differences between the right and left ventricles and differences in response to preload and afterload List management strategies for patients with RV dysfunction
Speaker: Scott Silvestry, MD, Surgical Director, Thoracic Transplant Programs | Transplant Institute, AdventHealth Transplant Institute, Orlando Florida
Target Audience: All Physicians and interested healthcare professional
Disclosure Statement: All planners have indicated that there are no relevant financial relationships with any commercial interests to be disclosed. The speaker, Scott Silvestry, MD is a consultant for Abbott, Medtronic, Abiomed and Syncardia,
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