Echocardiography and Structural Heart Symposium, 41st Annual
Save The Date | Live Symposium
Friday-Saturday, September 27-28, 2024
Loews Coral Gables Hotel, Coral Gables, Florida
As valvular heart disease and structural heart treatments become more integral within cardiology, providers will increasingly rely on the diagnosis and treatment of disease using transcatheter/nonsurgical therapy.
The 41st Annual Echocardiography and Structural Heart Symposium will not only address the critical topics listed below, but will also place a special emphasis on the indispensable role of echocardiography at the cornerstone of diagnosing cardiac disease. This symposium is designed to comprehensively cover the current guidelines for evaluating core issues within echocardiography, including cardiac structure, cardiac function and hemodynamics assessment.
Moreover, our internationally renowned faculty will delve into the latest developments, cutting-edge technologies and future directions in structural heart disease assessment, treatment options and advanced cardiac imaging. These discussions will encompass advanced echocardiography imaging techniques (3-D, Strain, CT and TEE) and valve repair approaches (TAVR, Transcatheter Edge-to-Edge Repair (TEER), left atrial appendage occlusion devices, paravalvular closure and alcohol septal ablation). Our treatment focus will be on aortic, mitral and tricuspid valves; interatrial septum valvular heart disease; and specific patient populations, including those with cancer, atrial fibrillation valvular heart disease and hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. In addition to all of this, we will also address current controversies surrounding indications and contraindications for various diagnostic and treatment approaches.
This year's expanded focus will be of special interest to sonographers and sonography students, anesthesiologists, cardiologists and cardiology fellows, cardiac surgeons, ED physicians, critical care physicians, and medical professionals deeply interested in echocardiography and the newest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of structural heart disease.
Loews Coral Gables Hotel
2950 Coconut Grove Dr.
Coral Gables, FL 33134
+1 (786) 772-7600
Located just four blocks south of the iconic Miracle Mile, Loews Coral Gables Hotel is part of a mixed-use new development - The Plaza Coral Gables.
In addition to its 242 expertly appointed guestrooms, refined amenities, and expansive indoor and outdoor meeting space, The Plaza Coral Gables is home to new office space, residential units, high-end retail, and a public collection of curated international art.
Rooms Rates and Highlights
- Special group rates starting from $239 USD per night, plus taxes/fees
- Room service - Free Wi-Fi - Complimentary fitness center access - Spa - Pool
Services + Amenities
Pick your lounge chair and take a dip in our pool, located on our 9th-floor al fresco deck. Enjoy full food and beverage service featuring delicious poolside cuisine and hand-shaken cocktails for soaking up the Miami sun. Enjoy panoramic views of downtown Coral Gables and enhance your pool day with a VIP cabana experience.
Relax and renew at The Spa at Loews Coral Gables, featuring restorative body therapies and facial treatments, as well as hair and nail salon services set in an elegant ambiance. The Spa offers a serene and elegant ambiance to indulge in self-care.
Adjacent to The Spa is our Fitness Studio, the perfect escape for an energizing workout, featuring state-of-art equipment and free weights including Peloton bikes and Technogym cardio equipment.
Savor the flavors of Miami with locally curated sips and bites at four distinct restaurants and lounges. Enjoy some of Coral Gables’ best culinary experiences, from al fresco, and poolside dining to approachable all-American fare, elevated mixology, and quick, fresh bites.
The drive time between the Loews Coral Gables Hotel and Miami International Airport (MIA) is around 20 minutes and covers a distance of around 5 miles.
COVID-19 Protocols Notice for All Attendees, Exhibitors and Vendors
Self-screening is required for all in-person attendees. If you have any symptoms of respiratory illness, you must refrain from attending in person.
Please be sure to read our COVID Protocols for all in-person education prior to registering for this activity.