Supersaturated Oxygen (SSO2) Therapy in STEMI Treatments

Published: 06 December 2021

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    3m 38s
    Part 4 | Session 1 Introduction
    Sandeep Nathan, Dan Burkhoff, Jerry D Estep, Marat Fudim, Michael Lim, Suzanne J Baron
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    Part 4 | Session 2 Heart Failure Epidemic in STEMI
    Marat Fudim
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    Part 4 | Session 3 Fireside Chat
    Sandeep Nathan, Dan Burkhoff, Jerry D Estep, Marat Fudim, Michael Lim, Suzanne J Baron
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Despite advances in reperfusion with primary stenting, progress in STEMI outcomes has stalled over the past 20 years. With 90% of coronary blood flow in the capillaries, the answer might be in the microvasculature. TherOx SSO2 Therapy is the first FDA approved therapy shown to significantly reduce the infarct size in STEMI patients.


During this series of webinars on Supersaturated Oxygen (SSO2) Therapy, our faculty of renowned international experts will discuss and dissect the mechanisms and data around this promising new therapy for STEMI patients.

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Key Objectives

  • Understand how SSO2 Therapy works
  • Hear about trends in STEMI treatment
  • Explore the role of microvascular obstruction and infarct size in outcomes
  • Understand the science behind SSO2 Therapy

Target Audience

This series is designed for the entire cardiology community:

  • Interventional Cardiologists
  • Cardiologists
  • Clinical Fellows and Trainees

More from this programme

Part 1

Supersaturated Oxygen Therapy (SSO2): The Next Frontier in STEMI Treatment

Part 2

SSO2 Therapy in STEMI to Reduce Infarct Size: A Conversation with Global Thought Leaders

Learn about this promising new therapy for STEMI patients and hear from global thought leaders, Dr Dan Burkhoff, Dr Steven Yakubov, Dr Andreas Schäfer and Dr Richard Schatz, about their experiences with it.

Part 3

Infarct Size, Microvascular Obstruction and Outcomes in STEMI: An Expert Panel Discussion

Learn about which patients are at greatest risk of microvascular obstruction (MVO) and large infarcts, how we can diagnose MVO and how we can treat MVO and infarct. Moderated by Dr Nadia Sutton, hear global thought leaders Dr Babar Basir, Dr Dan Burkhoff, Dr Suzanne de Waha and Dr Jay Traverse answer these questions.

Part 4

Transforming STEMI Care: Bridging Interventional and Heart Failure Cardiology to Improve Patient Outcomes

This engaging session features the collaborative efforts of interventional and heart failure cardiologists in revolutionizing the management of ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) and its impact on heart failure. Through a dynamic fireside chat format, our esteemed panelists will explore groundbreaking approaches and advancements that are reshaping STEMI care.

Faculty Biographies

Gregg Stone

Gregg Stone

Professor of Medicine, Professor of Population Health Sciences and Policy, and Director of Academic Affairs

Dr Stone is a leading expert in interventional cardiology and is one of the most widely cited researchers in science. He has served as the principal investigator for approximately 130 national and international multicentre randomised trials, has delivered thousands of lectures internationally, and has authored more than 2,500 book chapters, manuscripts and abstracts published in peer-reviewed literature.

Dr Stone is the Director of Academic Affairs for Mount Sinai Heart Health System, and Professor of Medicine and Professor of Population Health Sciences and Policy at The Zena and Michael A Wiener Cardiovascular Institute, Icahn School of Medicine, at Mount Sinai, New York.

Dr Gregg Stone is an editorial board member of Interventional Cardiology: Reviews, Research, Resources (ICR3).

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Robert Kloner

Robert Kloner

Robert Kloner is Chief Science Officer and Scientific Director of Cardiovascular Research at Huntington Medical Research Institutes (HMRI). He serves as Professor of Medicine (Clinical Scholar) at Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. He has run nationally and internationally known cardiovascular research programs for over 40 years, training dozens of medical scientists and collaborating with scores of physician-scientists, numerous research institutions, and medical industries worldwide. During his administrative tenure at both Wayne State University and The Heart Institute of Good Samaritan Hospital, he built successful research facilities from the ground-up, creating centers recognized for scientific excellence and innovation.
Dr Kloner has made major contributions to the understanding and treatment of heart disease, published extensively in medical literature, receiving funding from the National Institutes of Health …

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