How to treat patients with undilatable / calcified coronary artery lesions?
PCR edu online
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
The course follows a logical sequence, but it is also possible to jump straight to the section that is most relevant to your immediate need. Each module is made up of helpful media such as conversations between experienced people - who we call ‘online proctors’. They share their experiences and insights.
CHAPTER 1 - WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?
- What is an undilatable lesion?
- What is the unmet need when we talk about undilatable lesions?
- What are the different treatment options?
CHAPTER 2 - EQUIPMENT
- What should we have in the cathlab?
CHAPTER 3 - PROCEDURE
- How to achieve successful outcomes today?
CHAPTER 4 - HOW TO TREAT SPECIFIC LESIONS? TIPS AND TRICKS
- Undilatable lesion
- Very bulky calcified
- Tortuous vessel
- Aorto-ostial lesion
- Left main STEM
- Long diffuse calcified disease
CHAPTER 5 - HOW TO AVOID AND SOLVE COMPLICATIONS?
- Advanced AV block
- Low flow
- Coronary rupture
- Rotawire fracture
- Burr entrapment
This course includes resources like the EuroIntervention Journal Consensus paper on rotablator, slide presentations as well as videos on the standard protocol for contemporary rotational atherectomy.
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