Dr. Paolo Angelini Contributes to the American College of Cardiology’s CathSAP
Texas Heart Institute cardiologist Paolo Angelini, MD, contributes to the American College of Cardiology’s CathSAP board-exam prep resource
Last year, the American College of Cardiology (ACC) requested that Texas Heart Institute cardiologist Dr. Paolo Angelini contribute his expertise to a module on coronary artery anomalies for the third edition of their online Cardiac Catheterization & Interventional Cardiology Self-Assessment Program (CathSAP) Board-exam preparation resource. The new content went live on Friday, January 14.
While CathSAP was created as a resource for physicians preparing to take the Interventional Cardiology Board exam, CathSAP can also be used to earn CME credit and MOC points for licensing and certification requirements. The ACC offers several such self-assessment and board-prep programs, including CathSAP, ACCSAP, EchoSAP, EP SAP, HF SAP, and ECG Drill & Practice.
Dr. Angelini was invited to contribute to the module because of his globally recognized expertise in the area of coronary artery anomalies (CAAs). His many contributions to the field include devising a classification system for CAAs that categorizes them as anomalies of origin and course, of coronary artery anatomy, and of coronary termination. Dr. Angelini also wrote a comprehensive textbook and atlas about CAAs. “This invitation is a well-deserved recognition of Dr. Angelini’s international reputation and expertise in this space,“ stated Dr. Joseph A. Rogers, Texas Heart Institute President, and CEO.
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