BCIS ACI 2020: Mitral Valve Intervention

Published: 07 February 2020

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Overview

This video series was recorded at the BCIS ACI 2020 meeting and features an expert panel who discuss the issues surrounding mitral valve intervention including anatomy, imaging, edge-to-edge repair and emerging transcatheter technologies.

 

 

This video series was created in partnership with BCIS.

Educational Objectives

  • To consider the challenges associated with the mitral valve anatomy
  • To review current imaging approaches, best practices and the limitations
  • To discuss patient selection for Mitraclip® use
  • To assess emerging transcatheter mitral valve implantation (TMVI) approaches and devices
  • To discuss the future of mitral valve interventions

Target Audience

  • Interventional Cardiologists

Series overview

Part 1

Part 1

Dr Mamta Buch (Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK), Dr Bushra Rana (Imperial College Healthcare Trust, London, UK) and Dr Sam Dawkins (John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK) discuss the challenges associated with imaging the mitral valve and considers what imaging approaches are most appropriate.

1 session

Part 2

Part 2

Dr Mamta Buch (Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK), Dr Bushra Rana (Imperial College Healthcare Trust, London, UK) and Dr Sam Dawkins (John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK) discuss the challenges associated with imaging the mitral valve and considers what imaging approaches are most appropriate. This section takes a closer look at the role of the MitraClip as a treatment tool.

1 session

Part 3

Part 3

Dr Mamta Buch (Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK), Dr Bushra Rana (Imperial College Healthcare Trust, London, UK) and Dr Sam Dawkins (John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK) discuss the challenges associated with imaging the mitral valve and considers what imaging approaches are most appropriate. This part examines the use of specific devices to support treatment.

1 session

Faculty biographies