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Interventional Cardiologists today are faced with an ever increasing set of complex patients to manage. This evolution is requiring new technologies and techniques to deal with this ever increasing complexity.
As patients become more complex, better technologies and techniques are required for improved acute performance and for improved safety and early healing.
In this live case session, you will learn more about Rotational Atherectomy System for plaque modification in complex patients with heavily calcified lesions, with a step-by-step procedure :
From setting up the system to practical procedural recommendations
|12:00||Setting up the Rotablator system|
|Procedural recommendations, utility and results of rotational atherectromy|
|Clinical case presentation|
|13:30||Q&A session and take home messages|
The target audience is mainly cath lab staff focusing in : physicians, nurses and technicians interested in, new to or starting off Rotablation.
A prerequisite for attendees is an initial knowledge of angioplasty.
This Web symposium will also be a good tool for junior interventional cardiologists and trainees with limited knowledge on Plaque modification techniques.