Jonathan Byrne

Jonathan Byrne

Interventional cardiologist / Cardiologist
King's College Hospital - London, United Kingdom

Latest contributions

Beyond guidelines - Emerging indications for TAVI

26 Sep 2017 – From PCR London Valves 2017

Consult this session to be updated with the latest news on TAVI, in particular in asymptomatic patients and aortic stenosis and find out the pro and contra arguments for the extension of the indications.

A transfemoral TAVI with Evolut Pro valve

26 Sep 2017 – From PCR London Valves 2017

Consult this session on a transfemoral TAVI with Evolut Pro valve, which includes a LIVE demonstration from Universitäres Herzzentrum - Rostock, Germany.

Clinical pathways for percutaneous valve interventions

26 Sep 2017 – From PCR London Valves 2017

TAVI: prediction and prevention of complications

25 Sep 2017 – From PCR London Valves 2017

Imaging to predict TAVI outcomes

24 Sep 2017 – From PCR London Valves 2017

Reducing complications after TAVI: part III – Acute kidney injury

25 Sep 2017 – From PCR London Valves 2017

Consult this Part III on reducing complications after TAVI – Acute kidney injury if you want to fully understand the implications of acute kidney injury, identify ways to reduce its incidence in clinical practice and learn more about new technical and pharmacological approaches to its prevention.

How to deal with TAVI complications - a case-based discussion

18 May 2017 – From EuroPCR 2017

Innovation in aortic and mitral valve interventions

16 May 2017 – From EuroPCR 2017

Patient outcome following mitral valve repair or replacement

16 May 2017 – From EuroPCR 2017

TAVI

19 Sep 2016 – From PCR London Valves 2016

LIVE demonstration: Making TAVI simple in lower-risk patients

19 Sep 2016 – From PCR London Valves 2016

Darren Mylotte

Chairperson

Darren Mylotte
Prof. Olaf Wendler

Chairperson

Olaf Wendler

Moving TAVI to lower-risk populations

19 Sep 2016 – From PCR London Valves 2016

Darren Mylotte

Chairperson

Darren Mylotte
Prof. Olaf Wendler

Chairperson

Olaf Wendler

TAVI complications and their prevention

20 Sep 2016 – From PCR London Valves 2016

Jonathan Byrne

Chairperson

Jonathan Byrne

Chairperson

Alexandra Lansky

Graders choice: the top 5 cases of 2016

20 Sep 2016 – From PCR London Valves 2016

Jonathan Byrne

Chairperson

Jonathan Byrne
Dr Bernard Prendergast

Chairperson

Bernard Prendergast

The role of nurses and allied professionals in the management of procedural complications

19 Sep 2016 – From PCR London Valves 2016

Jonathan Byrne

Chairperson

Jonathan Byrne

Chairperson

Karen Wilson

A mobile echodense mass on pre-TAVI echocardiography: strategies for stroke prevention

24 Aug 2016

Mrs. YM, 83 years old presented with a one-year history of increasing shortness of breath. Her other background history included hypertension, alpha-thalassaemia and polymyalgia rheumatica for which she had been on long-term steroids. On clinical examination there was a harsh ejection systolic murmur with a quiet second heart sound and echocardiography confirmed severe aortic stenosis. Prior to her presentation to hospital she had been performing all activities of daily living independently. In view of her progressive symptoms, she was referred for consideration of aortic valve intervention. Work up and further assessment included coronary and iliofemoral  angiography, carotid duplex ultrasound, lung function tests and a CT scan of her iliofemoral vasculature.

James Roy

Author

James Roy
Jonathan Byrne

Author

Jonathan Byrne
Philip MacCarthy

Author

Philip MacCarthy

A mobile echodense mass on pre-TAVI echocardiography: strategies for stroke prevention

24 Aug 2016

Mrs. YM, 83 years old presented with a one-year history of increasing shortness of breath. Her other background history included hypertension, alpha-thalassaemia and polymyalgia rheumatica for which she had been on long-term steroids. On clinical examination there was a harsh ejection systolic murmur with a quiet second heart sound and echocardiography confirmed severe aortic stenosis. Prior to her presentation to hospital she had been performing all activities of daily living independently. In view of her progressive symptoms, she was referred for consideration of aortic valve intervention. Work up and further assessment included coronary and iliofemoral  angiography, carotid duplex ultrasound, lung function tests and a CT scan of her iliofemoral vasculature.

James Roy

Author

James Roy
Jonathan Byrne

Author

Jonathan Byrne
Philip MacCarthy

Author

Philip MacCarthy

Unusual causes of ACS - part 1

19 May 2016 – From EuroPCR 2016

Jonathan Byrne

Chairperson

Jonathan Byrne
Franz Weidinger

Chairperson

Franz Weidinger

DES for selected angiographic subsets

19 May 2016 – From EuroPCR 2016

Chairperson

Robert-Jan Van Geuns

All you need to know about BRS

17 May 2016 – From EuroPCR 2016

Michael Haude

Chairperson

Michael Haude
Nick E J West

Chairperson

Nick E J West

Transcatheter aortic valve-in-valve implantation

17 May 2016 – From EuroPCR 2016

Thomas Modine

Chairperson

Thomas Modine
Carlos E. Ruiz

Chairperson

Carlos E. Ruiz

TAVI & the coronary arteries

21 Sep 2015 – From PCR London Valves 2015

Complex valve disease: the pivotal role of Imaging

20 Sep 2015 – From PCR London Valves 2015

Jonathan Byrne

Chairperson

Jonathan Byrne
Michael Haude

Chairperson

Michael Haude

Ongoing dilemmas with TAVI

30 Sep 2014 – From PCR London Valves 2014

Chairperson

Todd Dewey
David Hildick-Smith

Chairperson

David Hildick-Smith

Low gradient aortic stenosis with normal systolic function

29 Sep 2014 – From PCR London Valves 2014

Martine Gilard

Chairperson

Martine Gilard
Hendrik Treede

Chairperson

Hendrik Treede