2020 Scottsdale Interventional Forum

SIF 2020 Virtual Presentation

UNRESOLVED ISSUES IN CORONARY INTERVENTION II


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The learning objective "Explain the role of mechanical circulatory support in patients undergoing complex coronary intervention" was achieved. 


The learning objective "Discuss the role for advanced imaging in cardiovascular disease management including noninvasive imaging and high resolution invasive coronary imaging (OCT and IVUS)" was achieved. 


The learning objective "Describe the catheter-based therapies for those with degenerative and functional mitral valve disorders" was achieved. 


The learning objective "Review the most relevant trials in coronary and structural heart disease which will shape the immediate future of patient management" was achieved. 


The learning objective "Define the role of transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) in low risk patient subsets" was achieved. 


The overall purpose/goal for this activity was met: : to provide the requisite skills to advance bedside patient management, apply innovative therapies in the most practical manner and quantifiably improve the outcomes of our patients suffering from cardiovascular disease.


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