Case-based learning for the Heart Valve Team: imaging for aortic valve intervention

Chairpersons: P. Lancellotti, D. Mylotte
React@PCR Moderator: M. Akodad

Summary

How to optimise the use of imaging in everyday practice? How detailed imaging can optimise the outcomes of percutaneous aortic valve intervention and help in the prediction and management of procedural complications? Watch this case-based learning for the heart valve team and gain in-depth knowledge of imaging useful in your everyday clinical practice from PCR London Valves 2017.

Learning Objectives

  • To learn how to optimise the use of imaging in your everyday clinical practice
  • To fully understand how detailed imaging can optimise the outcomes of percutaneous aortic valve intervention
  • To appreciate the fundamental role of imaging in the prediction and management of procedural complications

Presentations available when logged in:

  • Imaging for aortic valve intervention: guidelines and state-of-the-art 2017
  • A patient with a bicuspid valve
  • A patient with low flow - low gradient aortic stenosis
  • A patient requiring valve-in-valve intervention
  • A patient with a degenerating TAVI device
  • Session evaluation and key learnings