TAVI (Transcatheter aortic valve implantation)

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TAVI, now an established, valid treatment for patients presenting with symptomatic severe aortic stenosis, has proven to be superior to medical treatment for inoperable patients whilst being a valid alternative to surgery in select, high-risk patients. This topic covers the newest devices and emerging data in TAVI as well as information on tools, devices and techniques such as vascular access; the role of adjunctive pharmacotherapy; imaging techniques such as echocardiography, understanding bleeding risks or patient selection. Find out more…

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LIVE case: a patient with an aortic stenosis

From ASIAPCR/SINGLIVE 2018

Consult this LIVE case on aortic stenosis treated with balloon-expandable TAVR, with LIVE demonstration from the National Taiwan University Hospital.

An 84-year-old male with progressive aortic stenosis:

Previous PCISevere aortic stenosisXT valve implanted
paul-h-kao

Operator

Paul Hsien-Li Kao

Operator

Mao-Shin Lin

How should I treat a severe quadricuspid aortic valve stenosis in a 61-year old patient?

07 Feb 2018

A 61-year-old male presented with a symptomatic aortic valve stenosis. Already known to have an ischemic cardiomyopathy since 2011, he had undergone multiple interventions in all three coronary vessels and had a preventive defibrillator implanted due to a significantly reduced ejection fraction…

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Transforming care in sudden cardiac death and severe aortic stenosis

25 Jan 2018 – From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2018

A patient with an aortic stenosis

25 Jan 2018 – From AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2018

Consult this session on aortic stenosis, with LIVE demonstration from the National Taiwan University Hospital.

An 84-year-old male with progressive aortic stenosis:

Previous PCISevere aortic stenosisXT valve implanted

Percutaneous closure of subannular rupture following transcatheter aortic valve implantation

Consult the article and a total of 4 dedicated moving images on "Percutaneous closure of subannular rupture following TAVI" by S. Shah, et al.

Aortic sinuses

An aortic sinus, also called the sinuses of Valsalva is one of the anatomic dilatations of the ascending aorta, which occurs just above the aortic valve. These widenings are between the wall of the aorta and each of the three cusps of the aortic valve. There are generally three aortic sinuses: one anterior and 2 posterior sinuses.

How to interpret essential CT parameters for a safe TAVI procedure?

13 Dec 2017 – From GulfPCR-GIM 2017

Need to know more on how to identify the most important CT parameters prior to TAVI? On how to read and interpret CT parameters and understand their impact in access site and valve selection? View this session from GulfPCR-GIM 2017.

Long-term outcomes with TAVR in women compared with men - Evidence from a meta-analysis

18 Jan 2018

Salvatore Brugaletta

Reviewer

Salvatore Brugaletta

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement in pure native aortic valve regurgitation

15 Jan 2018

Salvatore Brugaletta

Reviewer

Salvatore Brugaletta

LIVE case: TAVI in intermediate risk

From GULFPCR-GIM 2017

Consult this LIVE case on a TAVI in intermediate risk, with a LIVE demonstration from Mohammed Bin Khalifa Cardiac Centre - West Riffa, Bahrain.

A 72-year-old female with aortic stenosis:

Calcified leafletsHorizontal aortaNo pre dilatationSapien 3 valve implanted

This LIVE case is an extract from a session sponsored by Edwards Lifesciences.

Dr. Haitham Amin

Operator

Haitham Amin
Husam A. Noor

Operator

Husam A. Noor

Operator

Sadananda Shivappa