Treating calcium with Shockwave IVL – The impact of DISRUPT CADIII on clinical practice

Treating calcium with Shockwave IVL – The impact of DISRUPT CADIII on clinical practice

 

This is a live case of complex calcified coronary disease to demonstrate how easily and safely Intravascular Lithotripsy (IVL) can be used to prepare the calcified lesion prior to stenting.

Get insights on Intravascular Lithotripsy (IVL) applications and how it fits into the calcium treatment algorithm

Hear discussion on the DISRUPT CAD III results and new findings from the OCT sub-study analysis and how it might change current practice when dealing with calcified plaques.

If you would like to conduct some further research, please follow the link here to review the TCT Connect 2020: The Disrupt CAD III Trial.

  • See how Complex PCI operators plan and perform a complex calcified coronary case using Intravascular Lithotripsy (IVL)
  • Understanding the mechanism of action of IVL based on the latest OCT evidence
  • Review the latest results from DISRUPT CADIII clinical trial

*Draft agenda, subject to change

Introduction & Objectives of meeting15:00 - 15:0500:05Prof Holger Nef
Live Case15:05 - 15:4000:35Dr Kambis Mashayekhi & Dr Miroslaw Ferenc
CADIII data overview15:40 - 15:5000:10Prof Holger Nef
Post case discussion, Q&A and closing remarks 15:50 - 16:0000:10All faculty

 

Case Moderator

Prof Holger Nef, MD
Senior Physician, Department of Cardiology, Kerckhoff and associate Director, Department of Medical Click I, University of Giessen, DE

 

Case Operators

Dr Kambis Mashayekhi
Deputy Medical Director, General and Interventional Cardiology Department of Cardiology and Angiology II University Heartcenter Freiburg – Bad Krozingen, DE

 

Dr Miroslaw Ferenc
Head of Interventional Cardiology Department, University Heart Centre Freiburg – Bad Krozingen, DE

 

This webinar is aimed at Interventional Cardiologist.

Please follow the link to our webpage and to CADIII microsite: https://cadiii.shockwavemedical.com/

 
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