How to perform iFR and FFR, and best- practice measurement tips and tricks - Dr Ricardo Petraco

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Summary

Dr Ricardo Petraco provides a masterclass on how to perform iFR and FFR.

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Target Audience

This essential guide is an educational activity intended for an international audience, specifically interventional cardiologists and cardiologists. However, other healthcare professionals involved in the care of coronary artery disease (CAD) patients will also find this topical. 

This 2 day course general admission pass which covers  registration, meals, and refreshments.  After course free access to online course resources including powerpoint images, course videos, and links to other Simple Education resources.

Learning Objectives

Advances in Coronary Physiology course provides all you need to know to understand the basics of coronary physiology and what you need to do to implement coronary physiology into the cardiac catheter laboratory.

  • Understanding the background of coronary physiology

  • Understanding of coronary blood flow regulation in unobstructed and obstructed coronary arteries

  • Learn what you need to know to implement iFR and FFR in your laboratory 

  • Learn about the guidelines for appropriate use and reimbursement

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Overview
Welcome and introductions to Advances in Coronary Physiology Course - Dr Justin Davies
Hot topics in coronary physiology: DEFINE-FLAIR iFR; SwedeHeart; Syntax II - Prof Javier Escaned
Understanding mechanisms of regulation of resting and hyperaemic blood flow - Dr Justin Davies
Pressure derived indices of stenosis severity - Prof Javier Escaned
Getting the most out of our Advances in Coronary Physiology Courses: online-resources, and certification - Juliet Nilsson
Flow based indices of stenosis severity - Prof Amir Lerman
DEFINE-FLAIR and iFR SwedeHeart study design and results - Dr Allen Jeremias
Combined, patient-level pooled analysis of DEFINE-FLAIR and iFR SwedeHeart and safety of deferral in stable coronary disease and ACS. Does flow underlie the results? - Prof Javier Escaned
Health Economic assessment using iFR and FFR to guide revascularization decision-making. - Dr Justin Davies
How to perform iFR and FFR, and best- practice measurement tips and tricks - Dr Ricardo Petraco
Should we be using a dichotomous cut-point? Understanding mismatch between iFR and FFR from DEFINE- FLAIR and iFR SwedeHeart using flow. - Dr Christopher Cook
DEFINE-FLAIR and iFR SwedeHeart: Implication for guidelines and evaluation of coronary ischaemia - Dr Allen Jeremias
Safety of deferral in LAD, and non-LAD vessels using iFR and FFR guide approach. - Dr Justin Davies
Can PdPa or contrast be used as a substitute for iFR/FFR? - Dr Christopher Cook
Lessons learned from the 2-year results of SYNTAX II - Prof Patrick Serruys
Live case transmission from Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain - Prof Javier Escaned
Should we be treating a number? Moving from vessel level ischaemia to stenosis level assessment. - Dr Justin Davies
Are we missing stenoses when we don’t perform a pressure wire pullback? - Dr Christopher Cook
Understanding SyncVision Co-registration and why it’s important to distinguish between focal and diffuse coronary disease - Dr Sukhjinder Nijjer
Using iFR Co-registration to plan revascularization decision-making: Cases examples - Dr Ricardo Petraco
How to interpret an FFR >0.80 - Prof Amir Lerman
Post PRAMI, Culprit, and Compare Acute, what role does physiology have in coronary revascularization? What other studies are needed? - Dr Sukhjinder Nijjer
Should we need stenting at all? Lessons from ORBITA - Dr Rasha Al-Lamee
Tailor-made decision-making for surgical or percutaneous revascularization based on non-invasive imaging and comorbidities: The SYNTAX III trial - Prof Patrick Serruys
Is it still too early to use CT-FFR and angio-FFR in the catheter laboratory in 2018? - Dr Christopher Cook
Physiological assessment in coronary stenosis pre TAVI - Dr Yousif Ahmad
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