EuroPCR 2021: Late-Breaking Science Collection

Published: 22 June 2021

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In part 1 of this video series, Prof Nicolas Van Mieghem and Dr Joost Daemen host our review series View from the Thoraxcenter. This provides a concise analysis of the highlights of EuroPCR 2021’s Late-Breaking Trials.

 

The Expert Interviews featured in part 2 provide a short, accessible overview of some selected trials presented at EuroPCR 2021. These videos focus on each study’s design, results and impact on future practice. Some highlights of these interviews include an overview of the Portico NG study from Prof Lars Søndergaard and an insightful discussion of TAVR for Bicuspid Aortic Valve Stenosis in a low-risk patient population by Dr Raj Makkar.

Series overview

Part 1

View from the Thoraxcenter: Wrap Up

1 session

  • View From the Thoraxcenter: Wrap Up of EuroPCR 2021

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Part 2

Expert Interviews

13 sessions

  • Late Stroke after TAVI: Dr Henrik Bjursten

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  • iFR for the Assessment of Non-culprit Lesions: Dr Francisco José Hidalgo Lesmes

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  • The EBC Main Study: Dr David Hildick-Smith

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  • 2V-TAVR: Dr Uri Landes

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  • The TriClip bRIGHT Study: Prof Philipp Lurz

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  • The EFFECTIVENES Trial: Prof Philipp Lurz

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  • Applying Win Ratio Methodology to the Global SYMPLICITY Registry: Prof Felix Mahfoud

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  • TAVR for BAV Stenosis in Low Surgical Risk Patients: Dr Raj Makkar

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  • 2-year Results from the MAGSTEMI Trial: Dr Luis Ortega-Paz

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  • Results from the Early Neo2 Registry: Dr Andreas Rück

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  • Findings From the POEM Study: Dr Giulio Stefanini

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  • The Portico™ NG Study: Prof Lars Søndergaard

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  • Drug coated Balloons vs Drug Eluting Stents: Dr Upul Wickramarachchi

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