Why do we Need Intra-Coronary Physiology in 2016? - Dr. Andrew Sharp

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Summary

Dr Andrew Sharp discusses the need for Coronary Physiology in 2016. 

  • We open by asking the question: "Is there a gold standard test for ischaemia?"
  • We review the landmark DEFER, FAME, FAME2 studies
  • We finish by discussing some of the pros and cons of FFR

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Target Audience

These educational moments are suitable for a wide audience including:-

  • 5* rated international core course-content
  • Interventional cardiologists 
  • General cardiologists
  • Allied healthcare professionals 
  • Technicans and physiologists 
  • Industry core physiology requirements

This course is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Volcano-Philips

Learning Objectives

  • Detailed background knowledge of the history of physiological measurements
  • Range of tools available in the clinical cathether laboratory for physiological measurments
  • Choice of flow or pressure in stenosis assessment?
  • Evidence base for physiological assessment 
  • Appropriate use criteria, and application of physiological assessment to routine practice
  • State-of-the art anatomical-physioloigcal co-registration 
  • Clinical trial update (DEFINE-FLAIR, iFR-SwedeHeart, FAME 3)

Other Components in this Moment

Overview
Welcome and Introductions to Advances in Coronary Physiology Course - Dr. Justin Davies
Why do we Need Intra-Coronary Physiology in 2016? - Dr. Andrew Sharp
How New Techniques are Reshaping My Clinical Practice - Prof. Carlo Di Mario
Terminology – iFR, FFR, CFR, HSR What do all the Abbreviations Mean? - Dr. Sayan Sen
iFR: Principles and Case Examples - Dr. Sukhjinder Nijjer
Detecting Ischaemia Using iFR and FFR in Clinical Practice - Dr. Justin Davies
How to Measure FFR and iFR - Prof. Niels Van Royen
iFR Outcome Data: DEFINE FLAIR and iFR Swedeheart - Dr. Bruce Samuels
Challenging cases I - Dr. Guus de Waard
Live Case Transmission from Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain - Prof. Javier Escaned
PCI or CABG? FAME III & SYNTAX II - Dr. Rajesh Kharbanda
What About ACS, STEMI, Bypass Grafts and Heart Failure? - Dr. Sayan Sen
Will the AUC Guidelines Shape Revascularization Decision-Making Worldwide? - Dr. Bruce Samuels
Should We Need Stenting at all? ORBITA Study - Dr. Rasha Al-Lamee
How Should We Interpret Borderline Physiological Lesions? - Dr. Ricardo Petraco
Psychology of Decision Making in the Coronary Catheter Laboratory - Dr. Andrew Sharp
Implementation of Physiology into my Catheter Lab - Prof. Javier Escaned
Live Case Transmission Demonstrating the use of iFR/FFR and iFR Scout from Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK - Dr. Sayan Sen & Dr. Rasha Al-Lamee
Physiology Has Missed the Point. It’s Not About FFR/iFR Severity but About Focal or Diffuse Nature of the Disease? - Dr. Andrew Sharp
A Blue Print for Coronary Physiology in the 21st Century - Dr. Justin Davies
Tips, Tricks, and Pitfalls of FFR and iFR Assessment - Dr. Rasha Al-Lamee
Can PdPa be used as a Substitute for iFR/FFR? - Dr. Christopher Cook
How Does Right Atrial Pressure Impact Physiological Assessment? - Dr. Christopher Cook
Management of Tandem Lesions and Diffuse Disease - Dr. Sukhjinder Nijjer
DEFER, FAME, FAME II – The Key Points? - Prof. Niels Van Royen
DEFER, FAME, FAME II – What They Didn’t Answer - Dr. Ricardo Petraco
Summary and Questions & Answer Session - Dr. Justin Davies and Prof. Javier Escaned
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