Date : Tuesday 18th February 2020
A systematic approach to ECG interpretation beyond pattern recognition (Cancelled)
To be able to solve ECG-recordings correctly, it is essential to use a systematic approach. The lectures include basic physiology of heart, the mechanisms of arrhythmias, determination of mean electrical axis, common and more uncommon supra ventricular and ventricular arrhythmias, bundle branch blocks, AV-blocks, etc. A step-wise method will be implemented to diagnose ECG abnormalities on a series of clinical cases that we will solve together.
Dr. Anna Tidholm
DVM, PhD, Dipl ECVIM-CA (Cardiology)
Dr. Anna Tidholm is Associate Professor (docent), Diplomate ECVIM (cardiology) and has worked as Staff Veterinarian at Anicura Albano Animal Hospital since 1986, which employs 54 veterinarians, 150 nurses and receives approximately 35,000 patients a year out of which some 1300 are cardiac patients.
A prolific contributor to the study of cardiology, Dr. Tidholm has been Associate Editor of the Journal of Veterinary Cardiology since 2013 and has reviewed for Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Journal of Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound, Journal of Veterinary Medicine, amongst others, and has undertaken a wide range of assignments as member of the Swedish Veterinary Association and Swedish Veterinary Society, including the position of chairperson of the Committee for Advanced Veterinary Specialization since 2004.
Lecturing to year 4 students at the College of Veterinary Studies, University of Agriculture Uppsala, Dr. Tidholm is the main supervisor on an EEF-project entitled "Echocardiographic measurements in Rhodesian Ridgebacks" and co-supervisor for the EEF-project "Concentrations of troponin I in cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy", whilst also supervising master and PhD degree projects ongoing. As a Hjalmar Hakansson Foundation award recipient (1994) and the first female recipient since 1898 of the Peter Hernquist gold medal in 2010, Dr. Tidholm was recognized by the Swedish Veterinary Magazine in 2013 as Veterinarian of the Year.
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