PCR Innovators Day London 2016
Connecting the Key Stakeholders in Innovation in the European Cardiovascular Community
For the first time, PCR London Valves held a PCR Innovators Day London on 18 September 2016, London, UK. The day provided an opportunity for all members of the percutaneous valve community—clinicians, innovators, MedTech executives, investors, triallists, and regulators to review emerging technologies and discuss how they can work together to develop innovative solutions for unmet needs in valvular disease.
In 2016, PCR Innovators Day London took place in London, United Kingdom. Thanks to the 290 active participants! See you in London for the next PCR Innovators Day London 2017 Couse edition in September 2017.
Download your certificate of attendance, available for the London 2016 edition.
Discover the leading subjects discussed during PCR London Valves.The PCR Innovators Day at PCR London Valves had three themes namely:
- Innovation in percutaneous mitral valve repair
- Innovation in percutaneous mitral valve replacement
- Innovation in percutaneous tricuspid valve intervention
The Course Directors explain why the meeting is a unique opportunity to follow the evolutions in the field of percutaneous valve interventions and the latest innovative technologies. Read the article: "Unique innovation meeting brings all members of the percutaneous valve community together"
Photos - Get a glimpse of the meeting
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Course Highlights and Interviews
PCR Innovators Day brings together Industry and clinicians to investigate where clinical and medical device innovation is going in the future and provides an opportunity to discuss current challenges and opportunities. It unites players in the field of interventional cardiology who are going to participate in future innovations.Watch some Steering Committee Members talk about the unique showcase for medical device innovation from PCR Innovators Day in London. Interviewed in this video: Alexander Schmitz, David Cassak and Corrado Tamburino.