Individualising Antithrombotic Strategies for Established Coronary Artery Disease
Published: 07 March 2023
15m 13sPart 7 Panel Discussion and Q&A
2m 25sPart 1 Summary Marco Valgimigli
10m 50sPart 2 | Session 1 Case Study: Patient with ACS Eliano Navarese
7m 18sPart 2 | Session 2 Case Study: Patient with CCS Pascal Vranckx
16m 45sPart 3 Development of a Consensus for Antithrombotic Therapy in CAD Marco Valgimigli
In this on-demand version of the live broadcast, Radcliffe Medical Education bring together an expert panel to address the importance of providing individualised antithrombotic treatment in Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) and Chronic Coronary Syndrome (CCS).
Chaired by Prof Marco Valgimigli (Instituto Cardiocentro Ticino, Lugano, CH), the panel review the two patient cases presented in phase one of this programme, present impactful new trial data, and discuss practical solutions to common challenges experienced in real-world practice.
Further, the faculty review and summarise the new recommendations for antithrombotic treatment strategies in ACS and CCS patients with established coronary artery disease (CAD) made in the 2022 joint clinical consensus statement of the European Association of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (EAPCI), Association for Acute Cardiovascular Care (ACVC) and European Association of Preventive Cardiology (EAPC).
Note, the live version of this broadcast was CME accredited; this on-demand version is not.
- Summarise current guidance for choosing antithrombotic therapy in established CAD
- Describe current gaps in clinical evidence and what is missing from current guidance
- Adopt an evidence-based approach for managing patients with ACS and CCS
- General Cardiologists
- Interventional Cardiologists
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Patient Cases Revisited
Join Prof Navarese and Prof Vranckx as they present the two clinical case studies on ACS and CCS to be examined in this programme. Additionally, the panel review audience poll results on the initial approach to these patients.
Development of a Consensus for Antithrombotic Therapy in CAD
Here Prof Valgimigli discusses the rationale behind the development of the new consensus statements on ACS and CCS, presents key data that has driven the recommendations, and highlights the shift in antiplatelet paradigm the consensus brings.
Antithrombotic Treatment Strategies in Patients With Established CAD: Results of Two Network Meta-Analyses
Prof Navarese presents the results of a companion network meta-analysis on antithrombotic strategies in established CAD, including a ranking of individual strategies to identify best-in-class agents for key primary and secondary endpoints.
Clinical Consensus Statements on Patients With ACS
Prof Kunadian summarises the recommendations made in the new joint clinical consensus statement of the EAPCI, ACVC and EAPC on patients with ACS, covering short and long-term strategy for monotherapy and dual/triple antiplatelet therapy.
Clinical Consensus Statements on Patients With CCS
Prof Vranckx summarises the recommendations made in the new joint clinical consensus statement of the EAPCI, ACVC and EAPC on patients with CCS, covering individualised antithrombotic approaches and examination of bleeding risk.
Panel Discussion and Q&A
Chaired by Prof Valgimigli, the faculty join to discuss the key learning points of the broadcast, answer audience questions and provide their expert opinion on the exemplar case studies.
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Professor of Interventional Cardiology
Prof Vijay Kunadian is Personal Chair and Professor of Interventional Cardiology at Newcastle University.
Prof Kunadian completed all her cardiology training in the North East of England. She undertook an international academic fellowship in cardiology at the TIMI/PERFUSE Study group, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston MA.
Prof Kunadian has an international reputation in interventional cardiology and cardiovascular research, making her a sought-after and respected speaker at prominent national and international meetings. She has championed diversity in her specialty as a role model; only 5% of interventional cardiologist are female in the UK, <1% are clinical academics.