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New Antithrombotic Therapies - Crossing Vascular Beds and Reversing Their Effects
Wednesday, June 20, 2012,  noon-1:05 p.m.

Posted by Stacy AHA Science on Jun 20, 2012 12:19 PM CDT
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The mission of the Council on Clinical Cardiology’s Heart Failure & Transplantation Committee is to serve as the American Heart Association’s panel of experts on heart failure and cardiac transplantation. Mission goals are shown below:  
  • Address issues as they arise related to the medical aspects of both heart failure and cardiac transplantation.
  • Promote research and educational activities that may decrease morbidity and mortality from heart failure.
  • Maintain current guidelines for the management of cardiac transplant donors and recipients.
  • Serve as a resource in all areas of heart failure and cardiac transplantation and to provide the Executive Committee and the AHA with regular opinions concerning developments in this field.
  • Integrate information between scientists and the public about the importance of clinical and basic science research, the application of knowledge in the clinical arena, and the fostering of inquiry to improve the prevention and therapy of heart failure and promote issues of awareness concerning organ donation.
lewis-Eldrin_150x150   Eldrin F. Lewis, MD, MPH
Chair, Heart Failure & Transplantation Committee
Associate Physician, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  hernandez-Adrian_150x150   Adrian F. Hernandez, MD, MHS
Vice Chair, Heart Failure & Transplantation Committee
Associate Professor of Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine

The following are some of the top research advances related to Heart Failure and Transplantation. 

Posted by Stacy AHA Science on Jun 1, 2012 4:55 PM CDT

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Excellent comments , Incidentally , if someone is wanting a DA 31 , my assistant edited a blank document here http://goo.gl/sm5zJK
Looking forward to the new materials and implementing them into our classes.
HI Janet!It looks like the ACLS materials will be available in in Spring 2016. This date could change.http://2015eccguidelines.heart.org/ is a great resource for everything about the new guidelines. One of our distributors, Channing Bete, has an information page about the new guidelines and updated materials that I found very helpful: http://aha...
When can I purchase the 2015 ACLS Manual?
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