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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    on the basis of the real costs incurred boarding passes and receipts including those for the return trip must be kept and forwarded to the secretariat of the IP otherwise students will be asked to pay their tickets A maximum of 450 E for travel costs will be covered for each student Accommodation and subsistence costs for students correspond to 20 E daily for a 2 week period a total

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    from the national coordinator IKY Course attendance is mandatory students will be signing for every session they participate and their active participation is expected in all of the 10 teaching days Each teaching day Monday Friday includes a morning and evening session of at least 6 teaching hours total duration Teaching will be based on active participation of students interactive though the course Additional relevant teaching material which will summarize

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    of heart sounds For the reproduction of heart sounds high accuracy earphones are used so as to stimulate the traditional listening using a conventional stethoscope A conventional cable connection of the PC with the peripheral headsets through an amplifier allows for an accurate transmission of the stored sound without any signal loss Participants can simultaneously listen to the recording and view the corresponding graphic display of the sound frequency amplitude etc on the screen By using time bars and high or low pass filters the teacher can isolate and emphasize the abnormal heart sound and reproduce it repeatedly Then longer segments without filter are presented and this process is repeated up to the point participants can identify the abnormal sound only by listening the original recording Participants will have an introduction on classic and digital phonocardiography and will listen and differentiate normal cardiac tones identify systole and diastole in children of various age groups and listen to a wide spectrum of innocent murmurs of childhood B Abnormal heart tones wide P2 split arrhythmias clicks The same techniques of high quality reproduction of selected digital phonocardiograms will be used The teaching is focused on abnormalities of heart tones abnormal split of P2 various arrhythmias and clicks Each case will be presented along with clinical data echocardiographic images and video presentation 5 Multimedia auscultation Digital Phonocardiography C Abnormal murmurs Dynamic auscultation The same techniques of high quality reproduction of selected digital phonocardiograms will be used The teaching is focused on abnormal murmurs including various types of systolic diastolic and continuous murmurs Each case corresponds to five recording locations apex lower upper left and upper right parasternal area jugular fossae in accordance with the standard practice during live auscultation Participants will have the chance to describe all variables related to abnormal murmur including site of maximum intensity frequency and intensity change over time relation to heart tones etc Selected cases will demonstrate the effect of position dynamic auscultation on auscultatory findings in certain forms of heart disease Each case will be presented along with clinical data echocardiographic images and video presentation 6 Cardiac auscultation final test Students will have to blindly evaluate and document their auscultatory findings following listening to a random sample of normal and abnormal digital phonocardiograms Complete physical evaluation Personal and Family History principles Heart auscultation is a part of a more complete physical evaluation which should include the recognition of abnormal phenotypes genetic syndromes appropriate blood pressure measurement obtaining a detailed personal and family history Manifestations of critical neonatal congenital heart disease will be discussed along with the importance of family history in cases of inherited heart disease Students must identify cases with a higher probability of heart disease based on correct personal and family history and physical evaluation Topics include Performing a cardiac status clinical examination Genetics of congenital heart disease and associated genetic syndromes Decision Making based Clinical Findings Heart disease without a murmur neonatal critical congenital heart disease Preparticipation screening of young athletes Selected reading material

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    Universitat Erlangen Nurnberg Prof Dr Sven Dittrich Pediatric Cardiology Dpt University Hospital Erlangen Loschgestrasse 15 91054 Erlangen D Tel 49 9131 8533750 E mail Sven Dittrich uk erlangen de Medizinische Universitat Innsbruck Prof Dr Jorg Ingolf Stein Universitatklinik fur Padiatrie III Anichstrasse 35 6020 Innsbruck A tel 43 51250423510 E mail Joerg Stein i med ac at COORDINATOR University of Crete Faculty of Medicine Assist Prof Ioannis Germanakis Pediatric Cardiology

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    split of second heart tone two red bars over 1 2 sec time scale following 1st heart tone single red bar at 1sec and ejection murmur between them lower intensity yellow red color band in a digital phonocardiogram corresponding to a child with atrial septal defect digital phonocardiography pilot course Univ of Crete Figure 3 Common representation of phonocardiogram intensity versus time in a case of an ejection murmur Figure

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    com Details regarding location facilities etc at http www atlanticahotels com en Hotels Greece AtlanticaCalderaPalace Route map For the accomodation of students and teachers at special for the PCIP course prices please contact Mrs Fotini Anathreptaki Reservations Supervisor Atlantica Sensatori

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    Mrs Marina Manoura E mail mmanoura chemistry uoc gr

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    one of the best Mediterranean Aquariums MINOAN PALACE KNOSSOS 12 00 14 00 Visiting the most important Minoan Palace guided by Dr Don Evely Curator of the British School at Knossos ARCHANES TRADITIONAL CRETAN VILLAGE 14 30 16 00 Tasting traditional cretan food in a local tavern MUSICAL WORSKSHOP LABYRINTH CHOUDETSI 16 30 18 00 Coming in contact with traditional cretan and oriental ethnic music and instruments guided by Ross

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