2020 Middle East Summit on Residual Cardiovascular Risk
Cardiovascular diseases remain the #1 cause of death and disability globally and are on the rise in developing regions of the world. Despite advances in the control of the classic risk factors like lowering LDL-Cholesterol and efforts to manage contributing disease factors such as diabetes, obesity and hypertension, patient risk for developing ASCVD can still remain high. This course was designed to educate on the complete examination and clinical approaches to the treatment of residual risk (RR) factors that may persist and ultimately continue to drive the patient’s potential for cardiovascular events.
The IAS is pleased to present thirteen (13) recordings from the live accredited sessions presented at the 2020 Middle East Residual Risk Cardiovascular Summit held in Dubai on February 21-22, 2020. This comprehensive educational event was designed for medical professionals in the clinical setting.
The IAS is very grateful to Biologix FzCo for supporting the 2020 Middle East Residual Risk Cardiovascular Summit through an unrestricted educational grant. We also thank all the speakers and participants for sharing their experience and for helping IAS to develop this global faculty of experts featured in the presentations.
This 2020 Middle East Summit on Residual Cardiovascular Risk is a comprehensive educational campaign targeted to meet the educational needs of medical professionals in clinical practice engaged in the prevention or the management of patients demonstrating risk or with established cardiovascular disease.