Left Main Bifurcation Live Case Series
Published: 19 February 2021
Part 5 | Session 4 Live Case from Sahlgrenska Hospital, Sweden
Part 1 | Session 1 Welcome and Introductions - Professor James Spratt and Dr Thierry Lefèvre James Spratt, Thierry Lefèvre, Simon J Walsh, Joost Daemen, José M de la Torre Hernández, Robert A Byrne, Colm Hanratty, Alaide Chieffo, Barbara Stähli , Olivier Darremont, Nicolas Boudou, Margaret B McEntegart
Part 3 | Session 2 Practical Tips to Choose Bifurcation Stent Strategy - Dr Alaide Chieffo Alaide Chieffo
Part 4 | Session 1 Crash Course In IVUS Assessment In Coronary Calcified Lesions - Professor Margaret McEntegart Margaret B McEntegart
In this live case series Professor James Spratt and Dr Thierry Lefèvre will guide us through a progressive and comprehensive educational journey around the globe. We will join various live case centres, over 11 months to learn from over 30 expert perspectives on how LMPCI is performed in a contemporary setting.
The aim of the series being, to break down the complexity of the whole procedure into a systematic, algorithmic, step by step approach. Simplified for us by top operators and faculty, through live cases and relevant flash lectures to support the learning.
With LM PCI being the most divisive procedure performed in interventional cardiology currently, the need to stay informed and aware of innovation in products and techniques has become all the more important.
For more information on the Left Main Bifurcation series, and to watch events LIVE, please register by clicking HERE
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More from this programme
The Process Behind the Procedure: An Introduction to Left Main PCI
The Role of IVUS
Approach to LMS & Choosing Stent Strategy
Provisional LM Stenting (Single Stent)
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