Best Practices Forum: Icosapent ethyl for whom and when? A case-based discussion

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Program Time: 90 minute sessions - This program is a recording of a live broadcast.
Accreditation-CME Credits: This program is not accredited. Physicians may earn self-learning credits through active steps. Instructions will be provided in the completion certificate.
Target Audience: General practitioners and CV specialists

The program was developed by the Canadian Collaborative Research Network and was presented as a live virtual event on October 1, 2020. We are pleased to make the recordings of the live session available to you through MD-Online.  Please select the session below to participate.  The PROGRAM SLIDES are available from the CCRN booth in the virtual exhibit hall link below.

Thank you to our sponsor who supported this program through an unrestricted educational grant.

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Faculty

Faculty

Alice Cheng
Alice Cheng
MD, FRCPC
Toronto, ON

Trillium Health Partners and Unity Health Toronto (St. Michael’s)
Associate Professor of Medicine
University of Toronto

Milan Gupta
Milan Gupta
MD, FRCPC, FCCS
Brampton, ON

Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine,
McMaster University

Medical Director
Canadian Collaborative Research Network

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Peter Lin
Peter Lin
MD, CCFP
Toronto, ON

Family Practice,
Director Primary Care Initiatives
Canadian Heart Research Centre
Associate Editor for Elsevier Web Portal – Practice Update Primary Care


Agenda

Agenda

Program ChapterDuration
(Min:Sec)
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Presenter
Introduction
Case 1: A patient with stable ASCVD and optimized LDL
Milan Gupta
Case 2: A patient with diabetes and additional risk factors
Alice Cheng
Case 3: A patient with ASCVD and elevated LDL and TG
Milan Gupta
Case 4: A patient with ASCVD with concomitant atrial fibrillation
Peter Lin
Conclusion


Sponsorship

This program has been developed by the Canadian Collaborative Research Network, a not-for-profit physician organization, and is supported through an educational grant received from: