JIM 2017 & Simple Education partnership

The JIM / Simple Partnership:

In February 2017, Simple Education and JIM entered a unique partnership where all JIM live cases are hosted on the Simple Education platform, we are pleased to introduce you to this world class content and this innovative medical education platform that is truly a leap forwards in how medical education is delivered.

JIM 2017:

The JIM (Joint Interventional Meeting) 2017 event took place in Milan in Italy from the 9th to the 11th of February.

The conference covered areas like Innovation on Interventional Cardiology and to approach New Techniques.

JIM’s partnership with Simple Education means that we are pleased to be able to offer you access to all the live cases discussed at the JIM 2017 conference.

For a full list of the content hosted here with Simple, please see below:


Simple Education:

Simple Education is an online e-learning medical education platform that enables healthcare professionals from across the globe to engage with world class medical education, delivered by leading names in the cardiology world.

Simple Education enables users to purchase individual 'components', typically for £2.99, or whole streams or 'moments', typically for £12.99. This means HCPs can access world class content in their own time, at their office / home and engage with precisely the content they are interested in.

The unique Simple Education algorithm learns and adapts to user behaviour, which means that based on the content a HCP has already engaged with other relevant content will be suggested.

Please find links to all JIM 2017 content below:

Case 1 - TAVI/TAVR in Heavily Calcified Bicuspid Aortic Valve Disease:


Part 1: Case Background and Pre-Procedural Planning:  

Part 2: Valve Choice and Sizing Considerations - Operator and Panel Discussion:

Part 3: Balloon Sizing - Operator and Panel Discussion:

Part 4: 23mm Lotus Valve Deployment (and Recapture):

Part 5: Second 23mm Lotus Valve Deployment (with TOE Assessment):

Part 6: 25mm Lotus Valve Deployment with Repositioning and Concluding Remarks:


Case 2 - IVUS Guided Multi-Vessel PCI with Rotational Atherectomy:


Part 1: Case Background and Pre-Procedural Planning:

Part 2: Pre-PCI IVUS Assessment:

Part 3: Discussion Regarding Lesion Preparation with Rotational Atherectomy:

Part 4: Rotational Atherectomy and PCI to LAD (with No Reflow Phenomenon):

Part 5: Rotational Atherectomy to LCx with Follow on PCI to LMS:

Part 6: Concluding Remarks:


Case 3 - Transcutaneous Valve in Mitral Ring Prosthesis for Severe Mitral Regurgitation:


Part 1: Case Background and Pre-Procedural Planning:

Part 2: Valve Selection and Trans-Septal Puncture Technique:

Part 3: Valve in Ring Deployment:

Part 4: Valve in Ring Post-Dilatation and Concluding Remarks:


Case 4 - IVUS Guided Multi-Vessel PCI with Bifurcation Stenting:


Part 1: Case Background and Pre-Procedural Planning:

Part 2: Extensive Lesion Preparation of RCA (with Operator and Panel Discussion):

Part 3: Continued Extensive Lesion Preparation of RCA and Pre-PCI IVUS of RCA:

Part 4: PCI to PDA with Non-Polymer Drug Eluting Stent with Closed Cell Design:

Part 5: PDA, PLAx Bifurcation Stenting with Kissing Balloon Inflation:

Part 6: Long Lesion Metallic DES Stenting to RCA:


Case 5 - LAD/D1 Bifurcation Stenting with IVUS Optimisation:


Part 1: Case Background and Pre-Procedural Planning:

Part 2: PCI Strategy Planning - Panel Discussion:

Part 3: PCI to LAD:

Part 4: PCI to Diagonal Branch (DK Crush Technique):

Part 5: LAD/D1 Bifurcation Optimisation:

Part 6: IVUS to LAD and DEB to Distal LAD:


Case 6 - Hybrid Strategy Approach to RCA CTO:


Part 1: Case Background and Pre-Procedural Planning:

Part 2: Initial Antegrade Approach to RCA CTO, with Retrograde Approach to Distal Cap:

Part 3: Reverse CART to RCA CTO with Externalisation of Wire:

Part 4: PCI to (Recanalized) RCA: