Simple Education essential guide - Advances in Coronary Physiology March 2016

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Overview

The Advances in Coronary Physiology is the most comprehensive 5* rated course series providing the core background content required to develop a comprehensive understanding of the rationale and underlying meaning of physiological measurements widely used in the catheter laboratory. 

  • Welcome and introductions Justin Davies,
  • Why do we need intra-coronary physiology in 2016? Andrew Sharp
  • How new techniques are reshaping my clinical practice. Carlo Di Mario
  • Terminology – iFR, FFR, CFR, HSR what do all the abbreviations mean? Sayan Sen  
  •  iFR: principals and case examples Sukhjinder Nijjer 
  • Detecting ischaemia using iFR and FFR in clinical practice Justin Davies
  • How to measure FFR and iFR Niels Van Royen
  • iFR Outcome data: FLAIR and Swedeheart Bruce Samuels
  •  Challenging cases I & II Guus de Waard, Christopher Cook
  •  Live case transmissions Javier Escaned (Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain), and Sayan Sen (Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK) 
  • PCI or CABG? FAME III & SYNTAX II  Rajesh Kharbanda
  • What about ACS, STEMI, bypass grafts and heart failure? Sayan Sen
  • Will the AUC guidelines shape revascularization decision-making worldwide?  Bruce Samuels
  • Should we need stenting at all? ORBITA study.   Rasha Al-Lamee
  • How should we interpret borderline physiological lesions?  Ricardo Petraco
  • Psychology of decision making in the coronary catheter laboratory  Andrew Sharp
  • Implementation of physiology into my catheter lab Javier Escaned
  • Physiology has missed the point.  It’s not about FFR/iFR severity but about focal or diffuse nature of the disease?  Andrew Sharp
  • A blue print for coronary physiology in the 21st century Justin Davies
  • Tips, tricks, and pitfalls of FFR and iFR assessment - Rasha Al-Lamee
  • Can PdPa be used as a substitute for iFR/FFR?  Christopher Cook
  • How does RA pressure impact physiological assessment?  Christopher Cook
  • Management of tandem lesions and diffuse disease Sukhjinder Nijjer
  • DEFER, FAME, FAME II – the key points?   Niels Van Royen
  • DEFER, FAME, FAME II – what they didn’t answer  Ricardo Petraco
  • Summary and questions & Answer Session

Featuring

Justin Davies, Course Co-Director, Consultant Cardiologist, Imperial College, London, UK 

Javier Escaned, Course Co-Director, Consultant Cardiologist, Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain

Sayan Sen, Course Lead, Consultant Cardiologist, Imperial College Healthcare London, UK

Sukhjinder Nijjer, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, UK

Carlo Di Mario, Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trust, UK

Andrew Sharp, Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Devon & Exeter NHS Foundation, Exeter, UK

Bruce Samuels, Constulant Cardiologist, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA


Niels Van Royen, VU Univeristy Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Rasha Al-Lamee, Imperial College London, UK

Christopher Cook, Imperial College London, UK

Guus de Waard, VU Univeristy Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Ricardo Petraco,  Imperial Healthcare NHS Trust

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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)

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