Lifelong Aortic Stenosis Management: Life Beyond The First Procedure
Published: 20 April 2022
A new interactive format where you play a pivotal role in solving complex cases.
Radcliffe Cardiology – in association with Edwards Lifesciences and Antares Interactive Digital – is delighted to present this innovative educational broadcast In the context of lifetime management.
Bringing together a faculty of international standing, this interactive event aims to best illustrate the challenges encountered and treatment strategies available to interventional cardiologists and the wider Heart Team in the management of the condition.
Delivered in two distinct sections, part one will address selecting the first mode of intervention according to the latest ESC/EACTS Guidelines; the second part will focus on post-TAVI follow-up assessing the potential need for reintervention.
The broadcast has been carefully curated to position audience opinion and interaction at its core – attendees are invited to explore these pertinent topics through reviewing two intriguing and complex cases posted on the broadcast’s Interactive Case Explorer. The Case Explorer has been split into 2 parts, Part 1: TAVI vs. SAVR and Part 2: Post TAVI follow-up, each Explorer referring to each part of the broadcast. These will form the basis for expert panel discussion and analysis.
Chair Dr Victoria Delgado (Barcelona, ES) will be joined by Prof Martine Gilard (Brest, FR), Prof Jan-Malte Sinning (Cologne, DE), Dr Radoslaw Parma (Silesia, PL), Prof Philippe Pibarot (Québec, CA), Prof Anne Bernard (Tours, FR) and Prof David Wood (Vancouver, CA) for what promises to be a truly unique best-in-class virtual broadcast.
- Learn how the latest ESC/EACTS Guidelines are implemented within the Heart Team’s practice.
- Identify the most important factors when considering the mode of first intervention for aortic stenosis in the context of lifetime management and the updated 2021 ESC/EACTS Guidelines.
- Understand how echo-derived aortic gradients may affect clinical decision during post-TAVI follow-up.
- Learn about the role of echo-derived aortic gradients in monitoring valve performance.
- Interventional Cardiologists
- General Cardiologists
- Cardiac Surgeons
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Dr. Jan-Malte Sinning is an interventional cardiologist and a full professor for internal medicine/cardiology working in the St. Vincent Hospital Cologne, Germany. He studied medicine at the University of Cologne and completed his residency and fellowship at the University Hospital Bonn, Germany.
His special scientific interest includes interventional cardiology with main focus on complex coronary interventions and catheter-based heart valve therapy. He is recognized for his publications in the field of transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI). Dr. Sinning's research group is focussing on the diagnosis of heart valve disease especially hemodynamic measurements and biomarkers in patients with aortic stenosis and the pathophysiology after TAVI.
Victoria Delgado is a cardiologist specializing in non-invasive imaging.
In 2010 she graduated cum laude on the topic “Novel cardiac imaging technologies.” In 2005, she completed training as a cardiologist and in 2006 her interest in non-invasive imaging. Both programs she attended at the Hospital Clinic, associated with the University of Barcelona, Spain.
In 2007 she began a fellowship in “new non-invasive cardiac imaging” at the Cardiology Department at the Leiden University Medical Center. Since 2010 she has been a staff member at the Department of Cardiology of the LUMC
Professor Martine Gilard, MD, PhD, FESC is the Director of Interventional Cardiology department at Brest Hospital University. She is also responsible for the cardiac imaging department (MSCT and MRI). She specializes in endocoronary imaging and physiology. She performs all structural interventions except the left appendage closure within the department. She is past president of the French Society of Cardiology since 2020 and has been involved in the EAPCI association since 2009.
Medical University of Silesia in Katowice | SUM | Division of Cardiology and Structural Heart Disease