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Date : March 2017
Honolulu : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 12:30am to 02am (GMT-10)
San Francisco : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 02:30am to 04am (GMT-8)
New York : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 05:30am to 07am (GMT-5)
Buenos Aires : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 07:30am to 09am (GMT-3)
London / Dublin : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 10:30am to 12pm (GMT)
Paris / Berlin : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 11:30am to 01pm (GMT+1)
Istanbul : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 12:30pm to 02pm (GMT+2)
Moscou / Dubaï : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 02:30pm to 04pm (GMT+4)
Bangkok : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 05:30pm to 07pm (GMT+7)
Shanghai : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 06:30pm to 08pm (GMT+8)
Tokyo : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 07:30pm to 09pm (GMT+9)
Sydney : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 08:30pm to 10pm (GMT+10)
Wellington : Wednesday, March 15th 2017 from 10:30pm to 12am (GMT+12)
Last update : 2018-06-25
Language(s) : English
Views : 40548

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Program

  • 12:30 Introduction
  • 12:35 Live case: LAD-Diagonal Bifurcation lesion - Dr Pansieri, Dr Avran, Dr Delorme
  • 13:15 Coroflex ISAR: Features and long term clinical data - Dr Pansieri
  • 13:25 Case-in-the-box n°1 - panel discussion
  • 13:30 "DEB only": a strategy for the novo lesions in small vessel - Dr Delorme
  • 13:40 Case-in-the-box n°2 - panel discussion
  • 13:45 Drug Eluting Balloon: best option for in-stent restenosis? - Dr Pansieri
  • 13:55 Take home messages

Educational objectives

  • Improve coronary angioplasty knowledge (techniques and approach strategies).
  • Discuss the choice of a material with or without polymer (Drug eluting stent and balloon).
  • How to assess DEB results on patients.
  • Compare techniques and approach strategies of different experts.

Audience

  • This web symposium is dedicated to interventional cardiologists interested and/or specialized in coronary angioplasty.
  • A prerequisite for attendees is an initial knowledge and practice of angioplasty.
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  • Amir Aziz A. It's a small diagonal at mid LAD. Any rational to protect less than 2mm diagonal branch?

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    • Felix V. i get always Problems with Audio while watching incathlabLeave a new comment to the discussion

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      • Michel P. hello Amir,
        If you talk about the live case, we could see it was a big diagonal branch , narrowed at its origin,

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        • Michel P. At least 2.5 mm. So you have to protect it and to treat it.

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          • ersan T. Can we choose mini crush stenting as a first ?

            • Michel P. Yes, you can but we tried in this live case to do a single stent strategy T provisional . For a two stent strategy, we prefer TAP technique

            • Laurent D. I total agree with michel. in this case with a very short ostial lesion the provisional stenting technique is the best strategy.
              in the case of a two stents strategy the choice between crush, mini crush, T, culotte depend on the difference of diameter between main and side branch and of the angle of the bifurcation

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          • Plamen K. Very very interesting cases

            • Michel P. Thank tou very much !

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          • Umar S. Really interesting one

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            • bassem J. good but still stenosis on ostial dg

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              Friday, November 17th 2017 from 12:30pm to 02pm (GMT+2)
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              Lésions dangereuses : apport de l’OFDI

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              CHIP : The Italian Way

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              DES and RMS: Why do you need both?

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