The Association between COVID-19 and ECG: What Everyone Should Know
- Dr. Nicola Cosentino
Join Dr. Nicola Cosentino in this webinar as he discusses the central role of ECG in the setting of COVID-19 patients. In particular, this webinar will highlight the impact of COVID-19 on ECG findings and on the risk of acute and life-threatening rhythm disorders.
Cardiovascular disease plays a critical role in the COVID-19 pandemic. On the one hand, patients with cardiovascular risk factors and/or pre-existing cardiovascular disease and COVID-19 face an increased risk of a poor outcome. On the other hand, patients with COVID-19 have, even in the absence of underlying cardiovascular disease, a higher risk of developing cardiovascular and thrombotic complications.
In this webinar, we will discuss the central role of ECG in the setting of COVID-19 patients. In particular, this webinar will highlight the impact of COVID-19 on ECG findings and on the risk of acute and life-threatening rhythm disorders. Moreover, the pivotal role of continuous ECG monitoring in these patients will be addressed, by also providing clinical protocols that are integral to the acute and critical care of these high-risk patients.
This webinar will shed light on what is currently state-of-the-art in ECG monitoring in COVID-19 patients. This webinar is designed for all clinicians wishing to update their scientific knowledge on the topic. A live question and answer session with Dr. Cosentino will follow the webinar.
- What are the main ECG findings in patients with COVID-19
- What are the arrhythmias most commonly encountered in COVID-19 patients
- How to identify COVID-19 patients who should be continuously monitored by ECG
- Why ECG plays a critical role in the clinical management and risk stratification of COVID-19 patients
- How ECG can modify the critical care of COVID-19 patients
Dr. Nicola Cosentino
Dr. Nicola Cosentino, a member of the AHA/ASA and of the Royal Society of Medicine, is a practicing clinician at the Monzino Cardiology Center in Milan, Italy, who specializes in the treatment of patients with acute cardiovascular diseases.
Dr. Cosentino is a member of the PhD program in Translational Medicine at the University of Milan, Italy and has been the receiver of several grants since 2014. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Clinical Medicine, Frontiers of Cardiovascular Medicine, and has reviewed several scientific journals. In addition to his clinical practice,
Dr. Cosentino teaches Cardiology in the University of Medicine; as well as, the Cardiology Medical School of Milan, Italy. Dr. Cosentino is the author of over one hundred scientific publications and has written several medical book chapters.