PCR edu online
Post-graduate practical, medical education
PCR edu online is a post-graduate educational distance learning platform with free access featuring multimedia learning modules on topics like the essentials to Radial approach, BioResorbable Scaffolds (BRS) and more.
What is PCR edu online?
Always available, whether at home, in your office or in your cathlab, it is designed to satisfy your immediate need for information, to assist you with clinical decision-making.
- Access tips and tricks anytime to cover your immediate needs
- Watch peer-to-peer discussions between « online proctors » referring to cases and providing practical tips
- Join the discussion with your comments in the spirit of sharing experience and knowledge
Who should enrol for these courses?
Post-graduate practitioners with all levels of experience, who want practical, logical and step-by-step advice that makes a difference in their daily practice for their individual patients.
What courses do PCR edu online offer?
THE RADIAL APPROACH: THE ESSENTIALS
Has the radial approach become an essential part of your cathlab practice? This online e-learning course can help you better understand a sometimes challenging procedure, with all the elements you need to improve your practice today – Learn more about this course and join our experienced proctors here…
BIORESORBABLE SCAFFOLDS (BRS)
Are these new devices part of the future of interventional cardiology? We’ve created this online e-learning course to openly address the issues surrounding BRS today including experimental, clinical and practical questions – from patient selection to implantation, learn more about this course and join our experts here …
Check out new slides on the BRS course in chapters “Why should I use a BRS?” and “How to implant a BRS”. Learn more for example about “Which recent learnings impact optimal implantation technique?"
PATIENTS WITH UNDILATABLE / CALCIFIED CORONARY ARTERY LESIONS
The NEW practical PCR edu online course on "How to treat patients presenting with undilatable / calcified lesions" is targeted to Interventional Cardiologists and Cath lab staff who want to understand:
- How to treat undilatable / calcified coronary lesions
- What are the essential tools one need to have and the key essential steps for safe usage of Rotational atherectomy
- How to avoid and manage potential complications
If you are a new user and do not yet have an account on PCR edu online, please “Sign up”, by use the following enrolment key: rsbV3KTcdD0pRLcn5Rp1 New Sign-up (enrolment key)
Please consult the following how-to-guide, which will assist you step-by-step how to "Sign in" to your existing account.
This guide also includes the procedures for new sign-up, enrolment keys and course enrolment: Download guide
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