Advances in Co-registration, Coronary Physiology & Intra Coronary Imaging

Advances in Co-registration, Coronary Physiology & Intra Coronary Imaging  is the premier international course focusing on intracoronary co-registration run by a leading and world renowned international faculty.  This is the first course specialising in coronary co-registration, and builds on the 7 years of courses which have been run and quickly established as the leading global interventional course in state-of-the-art coronary physiology and intracoronary imaging. This course provides all you need to know to understand coronary physiology from learning the background basics of coronary physiology and imaging to understanding the clinical trial data and implementation of co-registration in the catheter laboratory. The course is centred around live case demonstrations, case examples, and break out sessions to ensure that you can integrate new knowledge into your clinical practice.  

An online teaching resource, the Simple Education application, will give you access to video content from the talks, in addition to a raft of other online educational and learning resources which continue your learning experience and connect you with the interventional community after the course finishes.


Advances in Co-registration, Coronary Physiology & Intra Coronary Imaging  Course provides all you need to know to understand the basics of coronary physiology and imaging and how to implement both using co-registration into the cardiac catheter laboratory.


PROVISIONAL COURSE AGENDA (programme and speakers are subject to change)

Monday 25th March 2019

09.00-09.10

Welcome and introductions
Course Directors


09.10-09.20
Hot topics overview in coronary physiology and imaging
Carlo Di Mario


09.25-09.45
Understanding mechanisms of regulation of resting and hyperaemic blood flow, across single and serial stenoses
Justin Davies


09.50-10.10
How to perform iFR and FFR, and best-practice measurement tips and tricks
Andrew Sharp


10.15-10.20
Getting the most out of our Imaging and Physiology Co-Registration Course: online-resources, and certification
Justin Davies


10.25-10.40
Coffee break


10.40-10.55
How does IVUS work?
Jurgen Ligthart


11.00-11.25
ABC of how to perform good IVUS measurements?
Andrew Sharp


11.30-12.00How to perform good co-registration measurements using iFR and IVUS
Sayan Sen


12.05-13.00
Lunch


13.00-13.40
Live case transmission
Operators:  Javier Escaned/Nieves Gonzalo
                        Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain
Moderator: Justin Davies, Andrew Sharp, Carlo Di Mario, Jacek Legutko


13.45-14.05
20 year overview ofclinical trial data to support the use of coronary physiology in revascularisation decision-making
Carlo Di Mario


14.10-14.35
Case in a box
Moderators: Andrew Sharp/Sayan Sen


14.35-14.55
Coffee break


14.55-15.15
Evidence base for IVUS: to support use in routine practice
Jacek Legutko


15.20-15.40
Understanding how SyncVision differs from other co-registration based technologies
Justin Davies


15.45-16.00
iFR or FFR in the LAD. What does the clinical outcome data tell us?
Sayan Sen


16.05-16.25Using  SyncVision Co-registration to distinguish between focal and diffuse coronary disease
Andrew Sharp


16.30 - 18:00
Reception 
18:00Close of Day 1



Tuesday 26th March 2019

08.15-8.50IVUS catheter assembly
Christopher Cook/Nieves Gonzalo
09.00-09.10
Welcome and introductions
Course Directors


09.10-09.45Live case transmission
Operators:  Sayan Sen/Rasha Al-Lamee/Ricardo Petraco
                         Hammersmith Hospital, London,UK
Moderators: Jacek Legutko/Carlo Di Mario/Justin Davies/Javier Escaned


09.50-10.10Should we be treating a physiology number or vessel MLA?  Moving from vessel level ischaemia to stenosis level assessment
Javier Escaned


10.15-10.25Coffee break


10.25-10.45Artificial intelligence guiding physiological data interpretation and improving patient safety
Christopher Cook


10.50-13.00Break out sessions (each session 40 min)

Room 1: Hands on: Making good IVUS measurements
                                    Rasha Al-Lamee/Jacek Legutko/Jurgen Ligthart/Andrew Sharp/Peter O'Kane

Room 2: Physiological data interpretation and avoiding pitfalls
                                    Ricardo Petraco/Justin Davies/Nieves Gonzalo

Room 3: Interpretation of co-registration data
                                    Christopher Cook/Carlo Di Mario/Javier Escaned


13.00-14.00Lunch


14.00-14.20ABC for using Coronary Physiology in Aortic Stenosis, PPCI/ACS, Muscle Bridges and Atrial Fibrillation.
Ricardo Petraco


14.25-14.40How to tackle LMS assessment and treatment using SyncVision
Co-registration
Andrew Sharp


14.45-15.05My top 3 cases when Co-Registration changed my practice
Rasha Al-Lamee/Peter O'Kane


15.10Summary and Q&A session
Course Directors
15.30Close of the meeting


If you have any questions about the course please contact our course manager:

Lenka Navratilova: aps@heart123.co.uk 



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