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Nothing Left behind Strategy: Long SFA lesion, Directional atherectomy & DCB

This didactic procedure concerns a 62 years old man, presenting severe right limb intermittent claudication (Rutherford 3) &  long proximal SFA lesion with subsequent short occlusion.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

It’s time to celebrate all that we have done in the last year: more than 110.000 videos views, 4.400 new members and 4.500 followers on our social networks.

 

Complex Aorto-iliac lesion: How to deal with symptomatic Abdominal Aortic calcified stenosis extending to common iliac arteries

This didactic procedure concerns a young heavy smoker lady with bilateral lower limb severe claudication, presenting  distal abdominal aortic calcified stenosis extending to bilateral common iliac arteries.

ICI Meeting 2018 (December 2-4, 2018 - Israel)

The premier International Conference for Innovations in Cardiovascular Systems (Heart, Brain and Peripheral Vessels) and High-Tech Life Science Industry, will be held in Israel, December 2-4, 2018.

Complex Acute Anterior STEMI with "no Reflow phenomenon" management

This procedure shows how to deal wih crossing difficulties during primary PCI as well as management of "no reflow phenomenon".

Complex Cardiovascular Therapeutics (CCT) 2018 is coming!

Still on time to register for this live course that masters treatments of complex cardiovascular and endovascular diseases, peripheral, surgical and co-medical courses

Register Today: VIVA18 and The VEINS at VIVA

Two of the hottest vascular medicine and intervention educational symposia start the second week of November. It’s not late to attend in person!

Complex Right Coronary Artery CTO Procedure: Step-by-Step antegrade dissection reentry technique

This complete didactic procedure concerns a 72 yo male, with history of lateral STEMI (OM Stenting), The coronary angiography has also shown proximal RCA Chronic total occlusion with residual proven ischemia.

A Bioengineered Left Heart Ventricle Model

"The long-term objective of this project is to replace or supplement animal models with human models and especially patient-specific human models"

CRT gives nurses, techs a special day

Nurses and technologists in the interventional cardiology field will have a day to hone their skills and celebrate their professions at Cardiovascular Research Technologies (CRT) 2019 in Washington, D.C.

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