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ACHD Imaging: Doc, Do I Really Need All These Tests?”#ACHACares
Have you ever wondered about the different types of tests that your ACHD cardiologist has ordered for you, such as cardiac MRI, cardiac CAT scan, echo, and stress tests? Why does he/she order specific tests and not others? What is it like going through all this testing? This webinar will help prepare you for what to expect. It will also help you understand why your doctor might order multiple tests. You don’t want to miss the chance to learn from ACHD cardiologist Dr. Seiji Ito, MD, and Clinical Program Coordinator Marguerite Wevers, RN. Register today to learn more.

Sponsorship support provided by Actelion Pharmaceuticals US, Inc.

Jun 3, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Seiji Ito, MD
Adult Congenital Heart Cardiologist @Children's National Hospital
Seiji Ito is a ACHD cardiologist from Washington adult congenital heart program at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC. He completed Adult Congenital Heart Disease Fellowship at University of Washington in Seattle after completing pediatric cardiology fellowship and combined internal medicine and pediatrics residency. He enjoys working with adult congenital heart disease patients and their family and invested in patient education and medical education.
Marguerite Wevers, RN
Clinical Program Coordinator @Washington Adult Congenital Heart Program at Children’s National Hospital
Marguerite Wevers, RN, is a clinical program coordinator nurse for the Washington Adult Congenital Heart Program at Children’s National Hospital in Washington D.C. Prior to working as a coordinator nurse, she worked in inpatient pediatrics, where she was able to work with patients with congenital heart defects as children when they were being treated in the hospital. Her favorite part about working as an ACHD coordinator is getting to build relationships with patients over a long time and taking care of them throughout the different phases of their life.