Essential Guide to Intra-Coronary Physiology for General Cardiologist - Dr. Justin Davies

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Summary

Justin Davies discusses the role for intra-coronary physiology to guide diagnostics and treatment in the cardiac catheter laboratory

In this talk you will learn:-

  • The limitations of coronary angiography
  • Rationale for stenting in stable coronary artery disease
  • Link between pressure indices, stenosis severity and increase in blood flow post-PCI
  • Current clinical outcome data (DEFER, FAME and FAME2)
  • iFR (Instant Wave-free Ratio) as a new hyperaemia free alternative to FFR
  • Evidence of use of iFR as a measure of ischaeia
  • On-going clinical trial data for iFR and FFR
  • Clinical, ischaemic and outcome physiological thresholds
  • Future of revascularisation 

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Target Audience

  • Interventional cardiology trainees
  • Cardiology trainees
  • General practictioners with specialist interest in cardiology
  • Clinical fellows
  • Physiologists
  • Cath lab staff
  • Aspiring cardiology trainees

This course is organised and run by Simple Education

Learning Objectives

  • Diagnosis of chest pain patients
  • Management of chest pain patients
  • Feel more confident in the cardiac catheter lab
  • Instantly know what to do when things go wrong during procedures 
  • Familarise yourself with Emergencies 
  • Learn about different catheters, for native arteries and grafts
  • Watch live case practical demonstrations
  • Learn about access routes and vascular closure 
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