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Left main and multivessel disease

Here you will find all the latest content on left main and multivessel disease published on this website. Results are listed in chronological order.

The left main coronary artery provides the primary source of blood flow to the left ventricle. Diseases affecting the left main, by itself or in combination with multivessel disease, place the patient at significant risk for life-threatening cardiovascular events. Treatment requires an understanding of all available tools, devices and techniques, like those employed in invasive imaging and functional assessment, as well as taking into account underlying comorbidities such as diabetes. Advances in imaging techniques, as well as the use of adjunctive pharmacotherapy, vascular access or invasive interventions such as bypass surgery, are important, as are understanding bleeding risks, all of which can be found here…

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Left main and multivessel disease

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LIVE case: a multivessel PCI guided by FFR

Watch this LIVE case on a multivessel PCI guided by FFR, from the National Heart Institute - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

A 50-year-old female with multivessel desease:

FFR assessmentRCA and LAD treated with DESLCX/OM bifurcation with provisional technique

Case Study: Complex Left Main with Two Sidebranches

Authors :

Dr. Nicolas Boudou

LIVE case: a LAD rotablation and left main PCI

From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2017

Consult this LIVE case on a LAD rotablation and left main PCI from the National Heart Centre, Singapore if you want to find out more about complex coronary interventions.

A 51-year-old male with multivessel disease:
•    Including left main
•    LAD rotablation
•    Using IVUS

Dr. Christoph K. Naber

Operator

Christoph K. Naber
Chee Tang Chin

Operator

Chee Tang Chin

LIVE case: a PCI with minimal contrast

From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2017

Consult this LIVE case on a PCI with minimal contrast, demonstration from the National Heart Centre - Singapore.

A 86-year-old male affected by chronic kidney disease with MVD:

Previous CABGPCI of left main and OMIVUS guidance and enhancement stent technique to reduce the contrast injection
Prof. Tian-Hai Koh

Operator

Tian Hai KOH

Operator

Chee Yang Chin

LIVE case: a quadrifurcation LM PCI

From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2017

Consult this LIVE case on a quadrifurcation LM PCI. Find out more about the invasive imaging and functional assessment as well as the tools & devices that were used in this LIVE demonstration.

A 69-year-old, with a distal left main disease:
•    Quadrifurcation left main bifurcation
•    CTO of LAD
•    FFR assessment

Operator

TAN Huay Cheem

Operator

Huay Cheem TAN

LIVE case: a complex non LM bifurcation lesion (TAP technique)

From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2017

Consult this LIVE case on a complex non LM bifurcation lesion (TAP technique), with a LIVE demonstration from the National Heart Centre - Singapore.

A 58-year-old male with multivessel disease:

A complex LCX/OM bifurcationTAP techniqueIVUS assessment
Dr. Jean Fajadet

Operator

Jean Fajadet
Kay-Woon Ho

Operator

Kay-Woon Ho

LIVE case: left main bifurcation with TAP technique

From GulfPCR-GIM 2016

Consult this LIVE case on Left main bifurcation with TAP technique.

Clinical case

A 48-year-old male with multivessel disease:

RCA, LCX, LAD lesions already treated with DESLeft Main bifurcation with TAP techniqueIVUS assessment
Khaled Al Merri

Operator

Khaled Al Merri

Operator

Darar Al Khdair

A multivessel PCI guided by FFR

19 Jan 2017 – From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2017

Consult this session on multivessel disease, that includes a LIVE demonstration from National Heart Institute - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

A 50-year-old female with multivessel disease:
•    FFR assessment
•    RCA and LAD treated with DES
•    LCX/OM bifurcation with provisional technique

Dr. Soo Teik Lim

Chairperson

Soo Teik LIM

Chairperson

Alan Ching Yuen Yeung

LIVE case: PCI of distal LM stenosis (TAP technique)

From EuroPCR 2016

"Extract from a session sponsored by TERUMO."

Watch this LIVE case if you want to learn more about PCI of distal LM stenosis (TAP technique).

A 71-year-old male with distal left main stenosis:

Involving ostial LAD, proximal LAD / D1TAP technique
Dr. Jean Fajadet

Operator

Jean Fajadet
Nicolas Dumonteil

Operator

Nicolas Dumonteil

STEMI and multivessel disease, when and how to stage?

Patients presenting with STEMI and multivessel disease tend to have worse outcomes and the challenge of an effective treatment is complex.

Join D. Dudek and M. Behan as they review the evolution in our approach to these patients in terms of primary and additional PCI. What is the nature of the “staged” procedure? Which vessel do we treat first? What is the optimal timing? Are there certain types of patients in which a staged strategy should be avoided? Are more studies warranted?

To learn more, begin here…