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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

Outcomes after angiography with sodium bicarbonate and acetylcysteine

28 Nov 2017

Francesco Costa


Francesco Costa

EuroIntervention: new electronic issue

Coronary artery fistulae represent one of the most challenging anatomical defects to define accurately. We aimed to investigate the additional benefit conferred by volume rendering of tomographic images and 3D printing for diagnosis and interventional planning.

World Heart Day 2017: 29 September

Born in 2000, World Heart Day is an initiative of the World Heart Federation. All over the World – in nearly 100 countries - member organisations will set up thousands of educational activities and events in order everyone feels involved in protecting themselves from cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death worldwide killing 17.5 million a year.

Atherectomy for calcified coronary plaques

26 Sep 2017 - From EUROPCR 2017

What is the management strategy for heavily calcified coronary stenosis? E. Barbato, F. Mangiacapra and J. Daemen offer you their expert view. How difficult is it to recognize a heavily calcified lesion? Is angiography enough? Learn why IVUS or OCT can give us a broader idea of the vessel anatomy, including identifying calcific nodules. Be confident, by using a procedure you know well; be prepared, to recognize calcification and complications. Will a rotoblator be necessary? What burr size would you use? Remember, it is not just about getting the stent across…it’s about optimal expansion. More tips and tricks?  Start here…

Ticagrelor or clopidogrel in DAPT for acute coronary syndromes: A call for a stepwise approach?

Management of iatrogenic aortic dissection

19 May 2017 – From EuroPCR 2017

EuroIntervention Journal: ORBIT II study

Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) of severe coronary artery calcification (CAC) is challenging. The ORBIT II study demonstrated the safety and efficacy of orbital atherectomy (OA) in patients with severe CAC. Microparticulate liberated during OA may disturb the coronary microcirculation. In the present study, we evaluated OA treatment in patients with left ventricular systolic dysfunction.

Case study: distal perforation coils Type V perforation

08 Jun 2017

Consult this case study on using distal perforation coils, a 76-year-old male patient with dyslipidemia and hypertension.