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PG18 Haemodynamics and right ventricular function during exercise

Postgraduate Course
Chairs: H. Bogaard (Amsterdam, Netherlands), R. Naeije (Beersel, Belgium)
Aims: to describe the physiology of the right ventricle and pulmonary circulation at rest and during exercise; to present the most important clinical methods for assessment of haemodynamics and right ventricular function and will aid diagnostic and therapeutic decision-making in daily clinical routine. We aim to focus on healthy conditions and the most important diseases affecting pulmonary circulation, such as pulmonary hypertension.
Physiology, assessment and clinical relevance of resting pulmonary haemodynamics
B. Maron (Boston, United States of America)
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Right ventricular function at rest
F. De Man (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
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Physiology, assessment and clinical relevance of pulmonary haemodynamics during exercise
G. Kovacs (Graz, Austria)
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Adaptation or maladaptation of the right ventricle to exercise in athletes: differences and similarities with pulmonary hypertension
R. Naeije (Beersel, Belgium)
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F. De Man (Amsterdam, Netherlands), G. Kovacs (Graz, Austria), R. Naeije (Beersel, Belgium), B. Maron (Boston, United States of America)
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