Frontline clinical and operational considerations in an echo department during and after COVID-19

In this cardiac ultrasound webinar, Dr Teresa Lopez, MD, discusses the clinical and operational considerations in the frontline cardiac assessments of COVID-19 patients. A live Q&A with Dr Lopez follows the lecture. 

  • Operational and clinical considerations 
  • Challenges to adapt to the COVID-19 crisis 
  • Critical, urgent and important issues: priorities in imaging and in the indications by study types
  • The Spectrum of Cardiologic Manifestations in Coronavirus
  • Lessons learned from COVID-19 to improve daily practice: first time right, advanced quantification

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Dr Teresa López-Fernández






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This webinar will be presented in a lecture format with Q&A session at the end.

Following registration via this site, registrants will receive an email with the access details nearer to event date. 

Duration: 1:00 pm – 1:45 pm SGT (UTC+8)


12:55 pm - 01:00 pm Login webinar
01:00 pm - 01:05 pm Opening and welcome
01:05 pm - 01:35 pm Lecture by Dr Lopez
01:35 pm - 01:45 pm Live Q&A and closure

About speaker

Dr Teresa López-Fernández

Dr Teresa López-Fernández is a clinical investigator and consultant cardiologist at La Paz University Hospital in Madrid, Spain. Dr López specializes in cardiac imaging - she is board certified in advanced and transesophageal echocardiography by the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and cardio-oncology, and currently leads the cardiac imaging unit at La Paz University Hospital. Her current research interests focus on cardiotoxicity diagnosis and preventive strategies. Dr López has authored over 100 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters. She is also regularly invited to speak about cardio-oncology at both national and international conferences.

La Paz University Hospital is one of the main hospitals in Spain with 1,200 beds. During the peak stage, the number of COVID-19 inpatients grew above 1,000. Currently La Paz University Hospital is using that experience to run one of the most important COVID-19 patient research studies in Europe.