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This three-day meeting covers key concepts in interventional cardiology in a practical, accessible format. The faculty features renowned pioneers and innovators as well as rising stars in the field. The format consists of core lectures and brief syntheses of key topics, followed by panel discussions of hot topics and clinical case scenarios, as well as angiographic reviews of challenging cases.

Topics Covered

  • Rationale for revascularization procedures in simple and complex lesion subsets
  • Performing basic and complex coronary interventional procedures, including CHIP
  • Appropriate use of drug-eluting stents and adjunctive devices
  • Deciding on pharmacologic therapies
  • Use of intravascular imaging/physiology
  • Treatment of chronic and acute coronary syndromes

    Learning Objectives
    After completing the course, participants should be able to:

    • Compare and contrast current practices and controversies surrounding advanced coronary and vascular interventions
    • Appraise clinical data regarding cutting-edge technologies and pharmacologic therapeutics
    • Apply evidence-based medicine from clinical trials to revascularization decisions and techniques

      Not Just for Fellows! Who else should attend Fellows Course Connect?

      • Practicing interventional cardiologists
      • Clinical cardiologists
      • Catheterization laboratory nurses
      • Cardiovascular technicians
      • Other health care professionals involved in interventional cardiovascular procedures
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