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Date : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 11am to 01pm (GMT+1)
Honolulu : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 12am to 02am (GMT-10)
San Francisco : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 02am to 04am (GMT-8)
New York : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 05am to 07am (GMT-5)
Buenos Aires : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 07am to 09am (GMT-3)
London / Dublin : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 10am to 12pm (GMT)
Paris / Berlin : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 11am to 01pm (GMT+1)
Istanbul : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 12pm to 02pm (GMT+2)
Moscou / Dubaï : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 02pm to 04pm (GMT+4)
Bangkok : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 05pm to 07pm (GMT+7)
Shanghai : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 06pm to 08pm (GMT+8)
Tokyo : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 07pm to 09pm (GMT+9)
Sydney : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 08pm to 10pm (GMT+10)
Wellington : Saturday, March 28th 2020 from 10pm to 12am (GMT+12)
Last update : 2020-08-26
Language(s) : English
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Program

11:00
Compare and discuss the different cardiac department organizations across Europe to ...

Program

11:00
Compare and discuss the different cardiac department organizations across Europe to face COVID-19 pandemic
Italy - Gabriele Gasparini
Spain – Javier Escaned
France – Thierry Lefèvre
Germany – Kambis Mashayekhi
Q&A session
 
11:30
How to prepare your cathlab “structure” for the management of COVID-19 patients
Javier Escaned
Q&A session
How to protect your team-yourself-the patient, and when to use personal protective equipment (PPE)
Gabriele Gasparini
Q&A session
 
Video tutorial on how to protect yourself: https://www.dctv.unipd.it/tutorialcovid
 
12:00
How to deal with acute coronary syndrome patients during the COVID-19 pandemia
Pathway for STEMI patients
Kambis Mashayekhi
Q&A session
Pathway for NON STEMI patients
Kambis Mashayekhi
Q&A session
 
12:45
Is there a place for SH interventions during the pandemia?
Open discussion
Q&A session
 
13:00
Changing mindsets for interventional cardiology & Management of delayed patients
Thierry Lefèvre
Q&A session

 

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  • Georgios S. I think all emergency cardiac patients going to cath lab should be regarded as covid 19 positive due to high incubation period and for the safety of medical staff

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    • Muzaffer Murat D. In order to evaluating CAD at the same time Are you doing Coronary CT while doing Thorax CT?

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      • Benjamin F. Very interesting to learn that positive pressure in cathlabs is crucial!

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        • Benjamin F. Crucial to STOP

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          • Benjamin F. This week, we canceled 6 TAVI patients and did 2 urgent cases with clear stress of anesthesiologists to embolise ICU.
            So more than never, cardiologist have to prefer Mini-invasive procedures in order to avoid complication and free asap hospitals beds: US guided punctures, Radial access and LV direct pacing...

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            • Georgios S. Direct viral effect in myocardium appears not to be the case from pathology point of view

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              • Georgios S. How to handle STEMI with cardiogenic shock

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                • Antoine H. thank you

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                  • Matin G. A question regarding CPR in Cathlab.we have been recommended to use Lucas instead of manual for less exposure,. with lucas using radial access will not be feasible. Any experience with lucas ? since you were talking about advantsges of radial verdus femoral.

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                    New York : Monday, April 27th 2020 from 01pm to 02pm (GMT-4)
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                    Istanbul : Monday, April 27th 2020 from 08pm to 09pm (GMT+3)
                    Moscou / Dubaï : Monday, April 27th 2020 from 09pm to 10pm (GMT+4)
                    Bangkok : Tuesday, April 28th 2020 from 12am to 01am (GMT+7)
                    Shanghai : Tuesday, April 28th 2020 from 01am to 02am (GMT+8)
                    Tokyo : Tuesday, April 28th 2020 from 02am to 03am (GMT+9)
                    Sydney : Tuesday, April 28th 2020 from 04am to 05am (GMT+11)
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