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Baystate Heart & Vascular Lecture Series- February 2020

Heart & Vascular Lecture Series 2020

Join us for all or part of the free annual series to learn about the latest advances in heart and vascular care.

Heart healthy refreshments and handouts provided with plenty of time for questions & answers.

All seminars are held at the Baystate Health Education Center, 361 Whitney Avenue, Holyoke, 12-2 pm. FREE!

Watchman and CTO: Advances in Care for the Treatments of Atrial Fibrillation and Complete Total Occlusion (2/2)

Dr. Amir LotfiWith Dr. Amir Lotfi – Interventional Cardiologist

Register for Sunday, February 2

Come learn how updates in science are allowing for alternative treatments for AFib and Complete Coronary Artery Occlusion. Dr. Lotfi will explain the challenges posed by these heart concerns and discuss who qualifies for these latest treatments.

CardioMEMS and Heart Failure: Latest Technology to Improve Care for Patients with Heart Failure (2/9)

Jaffe LeeorWith Dr. Leeor Jaffe – Heart Failure Specialist

Register for Sunday, February 9

Spend time with Dr. Jaffe as he talks about heart failure and the implications of a weakened heart. Hear how updates in technology and a simple device can detect concerns before symptoms arise.

PAD and Carotid Disease: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Best Therapies for Vascular Disease (2/16)

Ching YiMingWith Dr. Y. Avery Ching – Vascular Surgeon

Register for Sunday, February 16

Dr. Ching will discuss symptoms and when to seek treatment for Peripheral Arterial Disease and disease of the Carotid Artery. Learn about the most effective treatments available to improve symptoms and minimize other health risks.

Heart Disease Hot Topics: Vaping, E-Cigarettes, Marijuana and Alcohol (2/23)


With Dr. Quinn Pack – Preventive Cardiologist

Register for Sunday, February 23

Are these habits harmless or destructive? What patients with heart disease need to know. Come listen as Dr. Pack explains what the latest research shows us, and what we still need to keep investigating.


Sue Fontaine