Roundtable Discussion: Chronic Total Occlusions PCI vs OMT

Published: 11 September 2017

  • Views:

    Views Icon 129
  • Likes:

    Heart Icon 0

Overview

Full programme

  • Views:

    Views Icon 129
  • Likes:

    Heart Icon 0

Overview

During the "CTO Fundamentals Live” course in London in June 2017, Radcliffe Cardiology, filmed a roundtable discussion analysing and debating recent clinical trials that have been reported in the complex area of chronic total occlusions (DECISION-CTO and EURO-CTO).

This roundtable discussion was moderated by Dr James Spratt (London, UK) who was joined by an expert group of operators including Dr Christopher Buller (Toronto, CA), Prof Evald Hoj Christiansen (Aarhus,DE), Prof Jo Dens (Genk, BE), Dr Margaret McEntegart (Glasgow, UK) & Dr Simon Walsh (Belfast, UK).

This educational activity is intended for an international audience, specifically interventional cardiologists and cardiologists. However, other healthcare professionals involved in the care of coronary artery disease (CAD) patients will also find this topical.

Learning objective

The assigned learning objectives for this roundtable are listed for your information:

  • To increase awareness of best practice in CTO PCI
  • To analyse the data reported in recent RCTs
  • To discuss the data in a wider historical context
  • To compare the data against real world evidence and clinical experience
  • To summarise and debate future research to be conducted

Panellists

  • Dr James Spratt (London, UK)
  • Dr Christopher Buller (Toronto, CA)
  • Prof Evald Hoj Christiansen (Aarhus,DE)
  • Prof Jo Dens (Genk, BE)
  • Dr Margaret McEntegart (Glasgow, UK)
  • Dr Simon Walsh (Belfast, UK)

Series overview

Part 1

SESSION 1

SESSION 1: RECENT TRIAL ANALYSIS

1 session

Part 2

SESSION 2

SESSION 2: PATIENT APPLICABILITY

1 session

Part 3

SESSION 3

SESSION 3: JUSTIFYING CTO PCI

1 session

Part 4

SESSION 4

SESSION 4: WORKING TO IMPROVE CTO PCI OUTCOMES

1 session

  • SESSION 4: WORKING TO IMPROVE CTO PCI OUTCOMES

    Watch now

Part 5

SESSION 5

SESSION 5: COMMUNICATING TO REFERRERS

1 session

  • SESSION 5: COMMUNICATING TO REFERRERS

    Watch now

Part 6

SESSION 6

SESSION 6: COMMUNICATING TO PATIENTS

1 session

  • SESSION 6: COMMUNICATING TO PATIENTS

    Watch now

Faculty biographies