IOC COURSE ON CARDIOVASCULAR
EVALUATION OF OLYMPIC ATHLETES

The 10th IOC Course on Cardiovascular Evaluation of Olympic Athletes will take place at the Hilton Budapest, Budapest, Hungary on October 01 – 02, 2020


For further information concerning this Course please contact:
 

Publi Créations 
74 Boulevard d’Italie, 98000 MONACO

Phone: + 377 97 97 35 55

Fax: + 377 97 97 35 50

E-mail: 
info@ioc-cardiologycourse.org

FINAL PROGRAMME


Wednesday 3 July

Arrival Day and Faculty Dinner

Thursday 4 July: Day 1

08.00-08.30
Registration

08.30-08.35
Welcome & Introduction by the Chair of the IOC Medical & Scientific Commission
Uğur Erdener

08.35-08.45
Course Outline
Lars Engebretsen

SESSION 1:
Interpreting ECG in Clinical Practice

08.45-09.15
Lecture: Interpreting ECG in Clinical Practice
Ali Oto

SESSION 2:
Reading the ECG in Athletes

09.15-09.45
Lecture: How to distinguish normal from abnormal ECGs in athletes
Michael Papadakis

CASE PRESENTATION N° 1

Presenters: Michael Papadakis and Mats Börjesson
09.45-10.30 The normal ECG patterns in athletes
10.30-11.15 The abnormal ECG patterns in athletes
11.15-11.30 Discussion

11.30-12.00
Coffee break

12.00-12.30
Lecture: The exercise ECG in athletes
Mats Börjesson

CASE PRESENTATION N° 2

Presenters: Michael Papadakis and Mats Börjesson
12.30-13.00 Normal vs. abnormal exercise ECGs (with reference to atherosclerotic coronary artery disease, congenital coronary anomalies, myocardial bridge)
13.00-13.15 Discussion

13.15-14.30
Lunch

SESSION 3: The imaging in the cardiovascular evaluation of athletes

14.30-15.00
Lecture
: How to recognize cardiac disease at risk by imaging testing in athletes
Stefano Caselli

CASE PRESENTATION N° 3

Presenters: Stefano Caselli and Antonio Pelliccia
15.00-16.00 Interactive reading and interpretation of the echocardiographic studies in athletes (with special references to cardimyopaties and valvular diseases)
16.00-16.15 Discussion

CASE PRESENTATION N° 4

Presenters: Viviana Maestrini and Antonio Pelliccia
16.15-17.00 Interactive reading and interpretation of the cardiac magnetic resonance images in athletes (with special references to cardimyopaties and valvular diseases)
17.00-17.15 Discussion

17.15-17.30
Learning Assessment of Day 1

19.00
Dinner for participants & Faculty at the InterContinental Tokyo Bay

Friday 5 July: Day 2

SESSION 4:
The arrhythmias in athletes: from diagnosis to management

09.00-09.30
Lecture: How diagnose and manage channelopathies in athletes
Wataru Shimizu

CASE PRESENTATION N° 5

Presenters: Wataru Shimizu and Tomohiro Manabe
09.30-10.15 Most common channelopathies in athletes (Brugada syndrome, Long QT syndrome, Early repolarization)
10.15-10.30 Discussion

10.30-11.00
Coffee break

11.00-11.30
Lecture: How to diagnose and manage ventricular arrhythmias in athletes
Antonio Pelliccia

CASE PRESENTATION N° 6

Presenters: Tomohiro Manabe and Antonio Pelliccia
11.30-12.30 Interactive illustration and interpretation of the ventricular arrhythmias in athletes
12.30-12.45 Discussion

12.45-13.00
Learning Assessment of Day 2

Closure of the Course

For further information concerning this course please contact:
 
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Publi Créations 
74 Boulevard d’Italie, 98000 MONACO

Phone: + 377 97 97 35 55

Fax: + 377 97 97 35 50

E-mail: 
info@ioc-cardiologycourse.org

LIST OF SPEAKERS:

Antonio PELLICCIA (Course Director), Italy
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Lars ENGEBRETSEN (Head of Scientific Activities), Norway/Switzerland
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Mats BÖRJESSON, Sweden
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Stefano CASELLI, Switzerland
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Viviana MAESTRINI, Italy
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Tomohiro MANABE, Japan
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Ali OTO, Turkey
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Michael PAPADAKIS, United Kingdom
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Wataru SHIMIZU, Japan
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PRESENTATIONS:


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