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Date : Wednesday, November 7th 2018 from 06pm to 07:30pm (GMT+1)
Honolulu : Wednesday, November 7th 2018 from 07am to 08:30am (GMT-10)
San Francisco : Wednesday, November 7th 2018 from 09am to 10:30am (GMT-8)
New York : Wednesday, November 7th 2018 from 12pm to 01:30pm (GMT-5)
Buenos Aires : Wednesday, November 7th 2018 from 02pm to 03:30pm (GMT-3)
London / Dublin : Wednesday, November 7th 2018 from 05pm to 06:30pm (GMT)
Paris / Berlin : Wednesday, November 7th 2018 from 06pm to 07:30pm (GMT+1)
Istanbul : Wednesday, November 7th 2018 from 07pm to 08:30pm (GMT+2)
Moscou / Dubaï : Wednesday, November 7th 2018 from 09pm to 10:30pm (GMT+4)
Bangkok : Thursday, November 8th 2018 from 12am to 01:30am (GMT+7)
Shanghai : Thursday, November 8th 2018 from 01am to 02:30am (GMT+8)
Tokyo : Thursday, November 8th 2018 from 02am to 03:30am (GMT+9)
Sydney : Thursday, November 8th 2018 from 03am to 04:30am (GMT+10)
Wellington : Thursday, November 8th 2018 from 05am to 06:30am (GMT+12)
Last update : 2018-11-12
Language(s) : English

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Program

18:00
Introdu...

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Program

18:00
Introduction & Presentation
 
18:05
Panel discussion
 
18:30
Panel discussion
 
18:55
Panel discussion
 
19:25
Conclusion & Take home messages

 

Educational objectives

  • How to treat Medina 1.0 Left main bifurcation lesion
  • In wich case we should use 1 or 2 stent(s) for bifurcation ?
  • Role of intravascular imaging to assess stent placement
  • Management of distal bifurcation
  • How to preserve the secondary branch
  • Tips&Tricks with rotablator
  • Role of stent enhancement

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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  • Sajan N. Why not predilate ostial lesion before stenting?

    • Max A. It was a soft plaque .
      But it could be predilstead

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  • Rossano F. Are all Stents equal in large vessels and LM in particular ?

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    • Rossano F. Do you recommend systematic POT technic for the LM ?

      • Max A. YES it is mandatory

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    • Rossano F. Do you recommend systematic Kissing Balloon technic in bifurcation and so for LM treatment ?

      • Max A. From bench studies yes

      • sina P. If you look at Gerard Finet's work in bench studies too, POT Side POT looks like an good option too.

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    • Rossano F. So you do OFDI after stenting but not before ?

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      • Rossano F. Very nice result ! Thanks for the operators

        • Max A. Thank you Rossano

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      • Rossano F. Wich kind of guidewires you use for this kind of distal lesion ?

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        • Abdulhakim D. If we have clear missmatch befor and post stenosis what the plan thanks

          • Max A. Choose the size according to the distal and use a short non compliant balloon to enlarge the proximal .

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        • Bruce A. 79 years old is not old. Assuming she is a generally healthy woman, bypass surgery without any doubt.

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          • Arash G. There is 6 mm NC balloons on the market with two markers

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            • Arash G. For the first case a 3.5-4.5 by 37 mm Stentys whould be another good option

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              • Felmeden D. Very nice and interesting cases. In the last case (rotablator case) did you notice the contrast extravasation in the distal LAD and probable rotawire fracture after the rotablation run prior to stent placement occurring at 1hr 09 minutes on the video?

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                Honolulu : Wednesday, December 13th 2017 from 01:30am to 03am (GMT-10)
                San Francisco : Wednesday, December 13th 2017 from 03:30am to 05am (GMT-8)
                New York : Wednesday, December 13th 2017 from 06:30am to 08am (GMT-5)
                Buenos Aires : Wednesday, December 13th 2017 from 08:30am to 10am (GMT-3)
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                Istanbul : Wednesday, December 13th 2017 from 01:30pm to 03pm (GMT+2)
                Moscou / Dubaï : Wednesday, December 13th 2017 from 03:30pm to 05pm (GMT+4)
                Bangkok : Wednesday, December 13th 2017 from 06:30pm to 08pm (GMT+7)
                Shanghai : Wednesday, December 13th 2017 from 07:30pm to 09pm (GMT+8)
                Tokyo : Wednesday, December 13th 2017 from 08:30pm to 10pm (GMT+9)
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