C. Michael Gibson finds out what plans are afoot for this approach to research.
Training and Education in Advanced Cardiovascular Hemodynamics: TEACH” will provide an in-depth introduction to the fundamentals of cardiovascular physiology relevant to diagnosis and therapeutics and forms the foundation for additional, advanced on-line courses and regional meetings.
During this informative webcast, listen to experts tackle the important topic of how best to revascularize patients with left main disease. Learn about data from the two main trials, EXCEL and NOBLE, in which patients with simple or moderate coronary artery disease with left main component are studied. Patients are compared randomly as either undergoing PCI or surgery.
This program will look at TAVR performance to have a clear understanding of the surgical risk strata identifying extreme, high, intermediate, and low risk patients. Throughout the discussion the participants will gain knowledge and tips on improving the selection for TAVR patients and the future of TAVR in low and intermediate risk patients.
This program will look at the correct timing and modality of transition from intravenous to oral platelet inhibition in patients. Lessons learned from the PHOENIX and CHAMPION study and the outcomes of establishing potent P2Y12 inhibition with medication will be discussed.
During this webcast, experts in the field discuss results from the latest stent trials. Find out about data from the trials and how it guides current practice, as well as the future of the next generation DES.
In this webcast experts in the field of cardiology discuss the future of low risk TAVR procedures and new criteria for TAVR use in patients, including STS scores, frailty, and disability for enrollment in a low risk trial.
In this webcast, Dr. Vinod Thourani, Dr. Howard Herrmann, and Dr. Michael Reardon discuss the latest findings on the expanded indications of transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) in intermediate risk and high risk patients.