The role of imaging to guide your procedure in complex lesions
Wednesday 11th May 2016 @ 16:00pm (GMT)
Dr. Hakim BEN-AMER
Institut Cardiovasculaire Paris Sud
|This educational initiative is supported by GE Healthcare|
You should attend the session if you want:
To see cases that address typical issues in stenting complex lesions.
To learn about PCI ASSIST, a new set of advanced imaging technologies that can be used in routine and in complex lesions to:
- guide the stents during the procedure, determine optimal apposition of proximal part of main branch stent.
- Precisely position the side branch stent.
- Minimize stent overlap.
- Avoid a gap between the two stents.
- Interventional Cardiologists
- CathLab managers
This webinar is to inform and educate interventional cardiologists and cardiac surgeons on
- Sharing Dr BEN-AMER’s experience on stenting techniques in complex lesions.
- Understanding how StentViz and StentVesselViz can be used in routine to help guide stent placement and assess stent deployment.
- Understanding how StentViz and StentVesselViz can give you information both on stent overlap and stent positioning vs. a bifurcation.
- Discovering the complementary benefits of StentViz and StentVesselViz in case of T-Stenting.
Dr. Hakim BEN-AMER
MEDICAL EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC DEGREES
- 1981-1987 Medical studies (Medical School Pitié-Salpétrière, University Paris VI). MD degree.
- 1987 Certificate of clinical and therapeutic synthesis (Medical School Pitié-Salpétrière, University Paris VI).
-1987 Residency in Paris Hospitals
-1992 Completion of the cardiology specialty level (Diploma of specialized studies in cardio-vascular pathology). Board certification.
-1992 Medical thesis presented on September 16, 1992 at the medical school of Hôpital Saint-Antoine (Paris VI)
Syndromes of sleep apnea, clinical and echocardiographic study. Study performed in Prof. Valty’s department under the guidance of Dr Ariel Cohen at Hôpital Saint-Antoine (Silver medal).
- 1992 Post Graduate Academic Degree in physiology and cardio-circulatory physiopathology (Dr Swynghedauw) – Broussais Hospital – Inserm 256 unit (cellular eclectrophysiology) under the guidance of Prof. J.Y. Le Heuzey.
‘Prolongation of human atrial cell repolarization and early post-depolarization – contribution to the analysis of the atrial arrhythmia mechanism’
MEMBERSHIP IN MEDICAL SOCIETIES
- Associate Member of the French Society of Cardiology (since January 1996)
- Member of the Thrombosis working group of the French Society of Cardiology (since January 1996)
- Member of the Angiography and Interventional Cardiology working group of the French Society of Cardiology (1998)
- 1997 Interventional Cardiologist – Head of the Hemodynamics and Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory – Hôpital Européen de la Roseraie
- 2006 Interventional Cardiologist – Hôpital Foch. Head of cardiology department
- 2008 Interventional Cardiologist – ICPS – Institut Hospitalier Jacques Cartier and Hôpital Privé Claude Galien