Even while the world has been in the grip of an unprecedented pandemic, myocardial infarctions (MI) continue to be a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in Singapore and the rest of the world. While in-hospital treatments for MI have contributed to better outcomes, we know that the main determinant of longer-term prognosis is in secondary prevention efforts.
Join us as we outline the latest advances in the secondary prevention of coronary events - touching on the evolutions in antithrombotic therapy, as well as diabetic and lipids management in the primary care setting. We will discuss the best ways that we can partner with you to help our chronic coronary syndrome patients make the transition out of hospital based care, and back to the community.
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Chairperson: CHIN Chee TangPanelists: LIM Chiw Yeh, Eric LIM, Colin YEO, YONG Thon Hon
1230hr - Registration and lunch1400hr - Introductins CHIN Chee Tang1405hr - Preventing another ACS - The new paradigm with regard to antithrombotics CHIN Chee Tang1425hr - Lipid and cholesterol management - The latest advances and options Eric LIM1445hr - Controlling diabetes long-term LIM Chiw Yeh1505hr - Blood pressure and the heart: is there anything new to know? Colin YEO1525hr - Case study: Chest pain after heart attack? Let's talk about antianginals YONG Thon Hon1545hr - Panel Discussion
A/Prof CHIN Chee TangSenior Consultant, National Heart Centre Singapore
Asst Prof Eric LIMSenior Consultant, National Heart Centre Singapore
Dr LIM Chiw YehConsultant, National Heart Centre Singapore
Asst Prof Colin YEOSenior Consultant, Changi General Hospital
Dr YONG Thon HonConsultant, Changi General Hospital
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Galleria Ballroom, Level 3 392 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169663
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