13

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2014

01:00

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Live Stream

Clinical Utilisation of Fractional Flow Reserve in Multi-Vessel Disease

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Overview

On-Demand Video: 

Clinical Utilisation of Fractional Flow Reserve in Multi-Vessel Disease
Monday 13th October 2014 (14:30-15:30 BST)

Performed By:

Justin E Davies

Justin E Davies

Agenda

Part 1

Introduction to the Ethos of Live From the Hammersmith

Part 2

Outline for the Live Case Broadcast

Part 3

Importance of FAME 3, Syntax in Multi-Vessel Disease Assessment in Changing Patient Demographics

Part 4

Introduction of Patient Case

Part 5

FFR Set up at the Hammersmith

Part 6

Essentials for Good Measurement

Part 7

ABC of Measurement (Normalisation, Nitrates, and Measurement)

Part 8

Measurements and Treatment

Part 9

Review of Case: How FFR Changed Practice in the Context of Syntax

Part 10

Session Ends

Faculty Biographies

Justin E Davies

Justin E Davies

Dr Justin Davies is a Senior Research Fellow and Consultant Cardiologist at Imperial College London. He also completed his undergraduate training and continued on to complete his PhD at Imperial after being awarded a British Heart Foundation research fellowship.

Now a leading clinical academic in the field of interventional cardiology, Dr Davies has pioneered several new techniques, including coronary wave intensity and instantaneous wave-free ratio (iFR). He is also published extensively in the field of hypertension and coronary and large artery physiology.

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