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14 APRIL: 3 - 8PM CEST / 9AM - 2PM EST
15 APRIL: 3 - 8PM CEST / 9AM - 2PM EST
16 APRIL: 2 - 7PM CEST / 8AM - 1PM EST

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Symposia & Breakout Sessions

This year at TIO, our partners are participating in the scientific programme and presenting their latest clinical data, device selection and procedural strategies impacting optimum patient care through satellite symposia and breakout sessions.

The symposia and breakout sessions will be broadcast to the audience during exclusive time slots over the three-day programme. You can register for each session by selecting a day or all three days of the event. Register here.

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Symposia


TAVI Haemodynamics and Outcomes: Are We Measuring Appropriately?

Date: 14 April 2021 (DAY 1)
Time: 17:00 - 18:00 CEST
Chair: Dr Philippe Genereux, New Jersey, US

Learning objectives
  • Describe how echo-based and catheter-based measurements differ when measuring haemodynamics post-TAVI
  • Recall common factors impacting the accuracy of haemodynamic measurements and how they can be controlled
  • Evaluate the relationship between TAVI and clinical outcomes based on clinical data
  • Summarise how haemodynamic monitoring can be adopted post-TAVI

Agenda
  • Introduction – Dr Philippe Genereux, New Jersey, US
  • Echo vs catheter-based measurements post-TAVI – Dr Philippe Pibarot, Quebec, Canada
  • TAVI haemodynamics and clinical outcomes – Prof Philip MacCarthy, London UK
  • Optimising haemodynamic monitoring post-TAVI – Dr David Wood, Vancouver, Canada
  • Q&A/discussion – All
  • Summary – Dr Philippe Genereux, New Jersey, US

This symposium is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Edwards Lifesciences.

This session has been accredited by the European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) for one CME point, equating to one hour of learning. Physicians are able to convert EBAC External CME credits to AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

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Streamlining TAVI: Delivering the Best Patients Outcomes and Efficient Pathways

Date: 16 April 2021 (DAY 3)
Time: 14:00 -15:00 CEST
Chair: Prof Mohamed Abdel-Wahab, Leipzig, DE


Learning objectives
  • Discuss the patient management considerations for TAVI
  • Discuss resource utilization and examples that may improve procedure efficiencies
  • Review TAVI cases that highlight patient management and procedure efficiencies
CME-accredited learning

Agenda
  • Introduction – Prof Mohamed Abdel-Wahab, Leipzig, Germany
  • LEAN TAVI: delivering the best patient outcomes and efficient pathways – Dr Stefan Toggweiler, Lucerne, Switzerland
  • Q&A/discussion – All
  • Procedural considerations for better patient outcomes – Dr Christopher Malkin, Leeds, UK
  • Q&A/discussion – All
  • TAVI case reviews – Dr Kendra Grubb, Atlanta, US
  • Q&A/discussion – All
  • Summary – Prof Mohamed Abdel-Wahab, Leipzig, Germany

This symposium is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Medtronic.

This session has been accredited by the European Board for Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) for one CME point, equating to one hour of learning. Physicians are able to convert EBAC External CME credits to AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.

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Breakout Sessions


Expanding Your Transfemoral TAVI Access Options with IVL

Date: 15 April 2021 (DAY 2)
Time: 17:00 - 18:00 CEST
Chair: Prof Nicolas Van Mieghem, Rotterdam, NL
Panel: Dr Joost Daemen, Rotterdam, NL

Learning objectives
  • Learn how IVL can break down the barriers of calcification to enable transfemoral (TF) access
  • Understand how IVL’s safe and efficacious mechanism of action (MOA) reduces complications
  • View our patient case and understand how IVL seamlessly fits into the procedural steps simplifying complex calcified transfemoral access
  • Interact with our panelists in a live Q&A format following

This breakout session is supported by Shockwave Medical.

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Latest Insights: When to Choose Orbital Atherectomy

Date: 16 April (DAY 3)
Time: 17:00 - 18:00 CEST
Chair: Prof Nicolas M Van Mieghem, Rotterdam, NL
Panel: Dr Ajay Kirtane, New York, USL

Learning objectives
  • Understand the challenges of treating severe calcium
  • Understand the OAS Overview with Dual-Action MOA Technology
  • Understand the clinical evidence and safety data supporting OAS
  • Patient selection and procedure considerations
  • Introduction to Treatment Technique

This breakout session is supported by Cardiovascular Systems, Inc.

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