Imaging and Physiology Co-Registration

Simple Education essential guides Advances in Imaging and Coronary Physiology Co-Registration is the premiere international course in coronary physiology and imaging co-registraion. This is the first year we have run the co-registarion course which builds on 6 years of 5* rated courses which have quickly become established as the premier global interventional course in state-of-the-art coronary physiology and imaging. This course provides all you need to know to understand coronary physiology and imaging from learning the background basics, to understanding the clinical trial data and implementation of coronary physiology and imaging co-registration in the catheter laboratory. 

Advances in Imaging and Coronary Physiology Co-Registration course provides all you need to know to understand the basics of coronary physiology and imaging and what you need to do to implement both using co-registration into the cardiac catheter laboratory.


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

Monday 22nd October 2018

09.00-09.10

Welcome and introductions
Course Directors


09.10-09.20
Hot topics overview in coronary physiology and imaging
Javier Escaned


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


09.50-10.10
How to perform iFR and FFR, and best-practice measurement tips and tricks
Ricardo Petraco


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


10.25-10.40
Coffee break


10.40-11.35
Live case transmission 1
Operators: Sayan Sen, Rasha Al-Lamee
                         Hammersmith Hospital, London,UK
Moderators: Javier Escaned, Justin Davies


11.35-12.05
20 year overview of clinical trial data to support the use of coronary physiology in revascularisation decision-making
Carlo Di Mario


12.10-13.05
Lunch


13.05-13.25
How does IVUS work? What evidence is there for clinical benefit?
Andrew Sharp


13.30-13.45
An A-Z of the uses of SyncVision co-registration
Javier Escaned


13.50-14.45
Live case transmission 2
Operators: Sayan Sen, Rasha Al-Lamee
                         Hammersmith Hospital, London,UK
Moderators: Carlo Di Mario, TBC


14.45-14.55
Coffee break


14.55-15.15
IVUS guided PCI
TBC


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


15.45-16.00
How to perform good Co-Registration measurements?
Ricardo Petraco


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


16.30
Reception 
17:30Close of Day 1



Tuesday 23rd October 2018

09.00-09.10
Welcome and introductions
Course Directors


09.10-09.25
Should we be treating a physiology number or vessel MLA?  Moving from vessel level ischaemia to stenosis level assessment
Justin Davies


09.30-10.10Live case transmission 3
Operators: Javier Escaned
                          Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain
Moderators: Carlo Di Mario, Sukhjinder Nijjer


10.15-10.25Coffee break


10.25-11.00Using iFR Co-registration to plan revascularization decision-making: Cases examples
Sukhjinder Nijjer


11.05-11.30
Using IVUS Co-registration to plan revascularization decision-making: Cases examples
Andrew Sharp


11.35-12.35Live case transmission 4
Operator:  Javier Escaned
                        Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain
Moderator: Carlo Di Mario, TBC


12.40-13.40Lunch


13.40-14.00How to integrate iFR and IVUS Co-registration into your clinical practice?
Carlo Di Mario


14.05-14.20How to tackle LMS assessment and treatment using SyncVision Co-Registration
Andrew Sharp


14.25-14.45My top 3 cases when Co-Registration changed my practice
Ricardo Petraco


14.50Summary 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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