Post-PCI assessment of coronary physiology

Post-PCI assessment of coronary physiology

Video On Demand

Moderated By
Dr. Nicolas van Mieghem
Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam (NL)
 
Presented By
Dr. Joost Daemen
Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam (NL)
 
 

Dr. van Mieghem will present and moderate this webinar on post-percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) physiology assessment.

The webinar is intended to educate the viewers on the concept of assessing the (intra-) coronary physiology after a lesion has been treated with an eligible stent device. Dr. van Mieghem will review the existing clinical evidence of this treatment strategy and also present the findings from the FFR SEARCH registry which was done in the Erasmus Medical Center (EMC) Rotterdam (the data was first presented at PCR 2017).

This webinar aims to critically discuss if Post-PCI fractional flow reserve (FFR) could potentially improve outcomes.

A clinical case will be presented which will highlight the procedural aspects of the physiologic assessment pre-PCI, intra-PCI and post-PCI assessment and intravascular imaging (IVUS).

 

Primary Objectives:
Present the findings from the FFR SEARCH registry and introduce the follow-up trial: FFR REACT
  • Findings FFR SEARCH
  • Discuss imaging results to answer the question, 'what causes results?'
  • Identify and discuss the benefits of using a microcatheter

Introduce the microcatheter-based FFR solution (ACIST RXi®)and high definition intravascular ultrasound (ACIST HDi®)from ACIST Medical Systems

  • Understand more about post-PCI physiology
  • To learn about microcatheter-based post-stent FFR procedures
  • To learn about post-PCI intravascular imaging in high-definition
  • To learn about the clinical evidence of Post-PCI FFR
  • Interventional Cardiologists
  • Assistant Cathlab personnel (Nurses, Technicians, Radiographers)

Operator/Moderator:
Dr. van Mieghem joined the department of interventional cardiology in the Thoraxcenter, Erasmus MC in 2010 and is currently Medical Director of the Interventional Cardiology Department. His research focuses on transcatheter heart valve interventions and therapies. A fellow of the European Society of Cardiology (FESC) and an established researcher and author, he has published and co-authored over 100 scientific papers.

 

Dr. Joost Daemen obtained his degree in Medicine in 2005 in Erasmus University in Rotterdam, his PhD in 2008 and is now an interventional cardiologist at the Thoraxcenter, Erasmus MC, in Rotterdam. His research in the field of interventional cardiology focuses mainly around long-term follow up, safety and efficacy of drug-eluting stents and stent thrombosis where he is involved in a number or trials as Principal Investigator.

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This webinar is supported by Acist