12

Nov

2020

15:00

GMT

Webinar

Technological Iteration in TAVI: A Live Case Session

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Overview

Join us for a live discussion and live case performance on:

  • Benefits of latest technology iterations in TAVI to increase safety and efficacy
  • ACURATE neo2™ in clinical practice: Live case from St. Johannes Hospital, Dortmund
  • Design, results, and limitations of TAVI trials involving the ACURATE neo Valve Platform
  • How the heart team should individualize the treatment of TAVI patients

Performed By:

Helge Möllmann

Moderated By:

Lars Søndergaard

Lars Søndergaard

Pablo Lamelas

Pablo Lamelas

Won Keun-Kim

Won Keun-Kim

This webinar is supported by:

Agenda

15:00 – 15:03

Introduction & objectives

15:03 – 15:08

Live case introduction from St Johannes Hospital, Germany -Prof Helge Möllmann (Germany)

15:08 – 15:18

Critical appraisal of the ACURATE neo/neo2 clinical program -Prof Lars Søndergaard (Denmark)

15:18 - 15:23

Panel discussion-All faculty members

15:23 – 16:08

TAVI Live case from St Johannes Hospital, Germany -Prof Helge Möllmann (Germany)

16:08 - 16:28

Panel discussion -All faculty members

16:28 – 16:30

Closing remarks

Faculty Biographies

Helge Möllmann

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Lars Søndergaard

Lars Søndergaard

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Pablo Lamelas

Pablo Lamelas

Interventional Cardiologist, Instituto Cardiovascular de Buenos Aires (ICBA)
His areas of interest have centered around Coronary, complex angioplasty, chronic total occlusion angioplasty and structural heart disease interventions.

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Won Keun-Kim

Won Keun-Kim

Interventional Cardiologist Kerckhoff Heart Center, Bad Nauheim, Germany
Dr Won-Keun Kim is Director of Structural Heart Disease / TAVI at the Kerckhoff Heart Center, Bad Nauheim, Germany. Between 2012-2016 Dr Kim served as Interdisciplinary Consultant, Cardiology / Cardiac Surgery, and Associate Director of the Interventional Cardiology Training Program also at the Kerckhoff Heart Center, where he previously worked as a specialist in cardiology, interventional cardiology and cardiovascular imaging.

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