Thoracic Surgery Grand Rounds
September 17, 2014
Segmentectomy for Lung Cancer
Dr. Christopher Scott
Right heart failure after cardiac surgery
Dr. Adam Williams
Presenter disclosure of financial relationships: Drs. Williams and Scott indicate no financial relationships relative to the content presented and no personal/financial relationships to disclose which are relative to this activity.
Global Learning Objectives:
1. Review and discuss technical aspects of cardiothoracic surgery.
2. Discuss clinical research findings and advances in thoracic surgery.
3. Present and discuss case studies, protocols and treatment guidelines
as appropriate to the thoracic surgery practice.
RSS Activity Medical Director(s) Disclosure: Dr. Thomas D’Amico has no personal/financial relationships to disclose which are relative to this activity. Dr. D'Amico indicates serving as a consultant with Scanlan.
The Duke University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
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