Improving patient care with the latest innovations in Strain and 3D quantification

This one-day course is designed to provide participants with the recent clinical updates and hands-on experience in using Live 3D echocardiography and Strain Imaging in routine clinical practice. It includes lectures, case presentations, live scanning/demonstrations and hands-on quantification using QLAB. There will be a special focus in the application of these technologies in valvular patients, hear failure, and cardiac monitoring of patients under cancer treatment.

Course information


Dr Teresa López-Fernández




Philips Learning Academy APAC

622 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh

Singapore 319763


Registration Closed

Registration Fee

SGD $800.00 per pax

*GST included

Seats Available


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Learning objectives:

  • Understand the advantages of a systematic approach to Live 3D image acquisition and analysis
  • Develop the knowledge in using Live 3D and Strain imaging for cardiac monitoring of cancer patients and other clinical applications
  • Learn about tips and tricks in using Live 3D echo and Strain Imaging for daily clinical practice

Audience: physicians & sonographers

Facilitator: Dr Teresa Lopez

Duration: 1 day

Accreditation: tbc

The price includes the training, lunch, coffee breaks and a tour throughout the Philips regional headquarters in Singapore where various (premium and working) products are displayed; it excludes transportation and accommodation.


07:30 am

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.