Moldova and Romania share their most educational cases: nightmares in cathlabs

With the collaboration of the Moldavian Working Group of Interventional Cardiology and the Working Group of Interventional Cardiology of the Romanian Society of Cardiology

Chairpersons: S.D. Mot, I. Popovici

Learning Objectives

  • To understand the factors of complications during coronary bifurcation interventions
  • To understand the severity of PCI complications and how to prevent them
  • To learn how to manage these complications

Presentations available when logged in:

  • Case 1: side branch dissection in bifurcation lesion PCI
  • Case 2: PCI in multiple territories (coronary bifurcation). Was it too much for this patient?
  • Case 3: sometimes good is better than perfect. Complication during a “simple” PCI
  • Case 4: self-apposing stent fracture in left main bifurcation PCI
  • Case 5: bifurcation restenosis after primary PCI
  • Case 6: obstructive dissection during left main bifurcation PCI
  • Session evaluation and key learnings