Other coronary interventions

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What techniques do you use for exploring calcified lesions? What are the imaging modalities being used and developed today that are best employed in exploring coronary complications? Where do you find the latest research on other topics in coronary interventions? Here…

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How would you treat these challenging cases in your lab?

Right atrium tunnel, percutaneous mitral valve-in-valve implantation with S3 prosthesis or a rare case of aortitis with bilateral ostial coronary stenosis... learn more from this cases straight from the cathlab! GulfPCR-Gim 2018

LIVE case: complex multivessel disease PCI


Join A. Seth and P. Wong for this LIVE case on complex multivessel disease (MVD) PCI, that includes a LIVE demonstration from National Heart Centre Singapore.

A 79-year-old male with multivessel disease:

Long LAD lesion treated with rotablationProximal RCA PCI
Ashok Seth


Ashok Seth
Philip Wong


Philip Wong

LIVE case: a left main bifurcation rotablation


Consult this LIVE case on a left main bifurcation rotablation, that includes a LIVE demonstration from the National Taiwan University Hospital - Taiwan.

An 87-year-old male with critical and calcified left main bifurcation lesion:

IVUS assessmentRotablation to LAD and LCXProvisional stenting


Paul Hsien-Li Kao


Ying-Hsien Chen

LIVE case: a LAD rotablation and left main PCI


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.

Clinical case

A 51-year-old male with multivessel disease:

Including left mainLAD rotablationUsing IVUS
Dr. Christoph K. Naber


Christoph K. Naber
Chee Tang Chin


Chee Tang Chin

Complex PCI: combining iFR and advanced imaging

25 Jan 2018 – From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2018

Managing acute coronary complications in the cath lab

26 Jan 2018 – From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2018

Learn how to manage acute coronary complications in the cath lab, namely: air embolism, cardiogenic shock, coronary perforation and bleeding, rotablation of calcified lesion or slow flow / no-reflow.

How to deal with a calcified lesion: beyond rotablator

25 Jan 2018 – From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2018

Consult this session on how should I treat calcified bifurcation lesions, deliver a stent in this diffuse calcified lesion and complications in a calcified anatomy.

This session is presented in three parts:

- How should I treat?
- How would I treat?
- How did I treat?

How would you treat these complications in your lab?

Consult this session on how to treat complications in your lab, if you want to learn more about:

- Guideline catheter for successful retrieval of an entrapped rotablator burr
- Successfully managed dissection of right coronary sinus
- TAVI induced an obstruction of CABG
- Valve dislodgement after TAVR: possible causes and consequences thereof
- Late stent thrombosis

Jordan and Lebanon share their most educational cases: selected cases of complex coronary artery disease with emphasis on optimal revascularisation

14 Dec 2017 – From GulfPCR-GIM 2017

Randomised Trials in prevention contrast-induced nephropathy

On this page you will find a list of randomised trials in prevention contrast-induced nephropathy published in some of the world's top cardiology and interventional cardiology journals.