ICR On Demand Webinar - TAVI: Why are we conducting randomised trials in intermediate risk patients?

    

ICR On Demand Webinar - TAVI: Why are we conducting randomised trials in intermediate risk patients?

Friday 07th November 2014 @ 00:00pm (GMT)
 

Performed by

Dr. Simon Kennon

Head of Structural Heart disease and the Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Programme

London Chest Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust, London

 
This webinar is to inform and educate interventional cardiologists and cardiac surgeons on
  • Historical AVR outcomes
  • Randomised trials in high-risk patients
  • The evolution of TAVI procedures
  • Improving outcomes in high-risk registries
  • Contemporary AVR outcomes
  • Randomised trials in intermediate-risk patients

This webinar mainly focusses on how TAVI has developed since inception, contemporary best practice and associated data, and areas that require further development in the future and the rationale behind this.

Participants attending this webinar will:

  • Update their scientific knowledge
  • Improve their clinical practice

This webinar is targeted at interventional cardiologists and cardiac surgeons but also at other cardiologists wishing to update their scientific knowledge on the topic.

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