SPOTLIGHT: Standardised definitions for clinical and imaging endpoints after surgical and transcatheter valve intervention

Chairpersons: A. Baumbach, M.B. Leon
React@PCR Moderator: C. Allen

Summary

In this presentation from PCR London Valves 2017, A. Baumbach, D. Capodanno, A. Lansky, M.B. Leon and N. Piazza focus on the durability, structural deterioration and valve failure, the neurological adverse events and on what really matters in clinical and patient-reported endpoints after surgical and transcatheter valve interventions.

Learning Objectives

  • To learn more about new international recommendations for the assessment and reporting of endpoints after surgical and transcatheter valve intervention
  • To understand the importance of clinical and imaging assessment in defining valve durability, structural valve deterioration and valve failure
  • To appreciate the key elements which determine the reporting of neurological complications

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  • Session objectives
  • Durability, structural deterioration and valve failure
  • Neurological adverse events
  • Clinical and patient-reported endpoints after surgical and transcatheter valve interventions: what really matters?