Webinar: Ebstein’s Anomaly and the Adult Congenital Heart Disease Patient
Wednesday, July 12, 2017, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Learn more about Ebstein’s Anomaly and the importance of seeing an adult congenital heart doctor.
Ebstein’s anomaly is a congenital heart defect in which the tricuspid valve develops too low in the right side of the heart, often resulting in leakage of the valve. It occurs in one out of every 200,000 people. It can affect children and adults with symptoms varying from mild to severe. Treatment depends on the severity of the valve leakage and symptoms.
Have you, a friend or a family member ever been told you have Ebstein’s anomaly? Are you bothered by shortness of breath, low oxygen levels, leg swelling or palpitations caused by arrhythmias? Do you know the importance of seeing an adult congenital heart doctor? Do you want to learn more about the spectrum of Ebstein’s anomaly and what the treatment options are? Attend this webinar to find out more.
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