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23 – 25 MARCH 2022
15:00 – 20:00 CET | 10:00 – 15:00 ET

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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.

Symposia


Optimising outcomes for the TAVI patient: Key Considerations for First Valve Choice and Implantation Techniques

Date: Wednesday, 23 March 2022
Time: 17:05 – 17:50 CET

Overview

This symposium will recall the latest data showing why durability and hemodynamics matter for initial valve selection and discuss the latest techniques to help achieve optimal outcomes for patients with longer life expectancy. Join this expert faculty for a combination of highly informative technical presentations and patient case studies, and have your questions answered throughout.

Faculty

Chair: Dr Didier Tchétché
Panel: Dr Douglas Fraser, Prof Ran Kornowski, Prof Lars Søndergaard

Learning objectives
  • Recall the latest data showing why durability and hemodynamics matter for initial valve selection.
  • Discuss the latest techniques to help achieve optimal outcomes for patients with longer life expectancy.

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Medtronic.

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Getting it Right First Time in Severe Aortic Stenosis – Key Insights for Long Term Success

Date: Thursday, 24 March 2022
Time: 17:05 – 17:50 CET

Overview

Join Dr Colum Owens from Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast where he will be performing a TAVI implantation with a focus on preserving future coronary access. Before the live case, our faculty will be joined from the virtual studio and present on current trends in TAVI and key considerations for first choice valve in low-risk populations.

Faculty

Chair: Prof Ole De Backer
Case Operator: Dr Colum Owens
Panel: Dr Darren Mylotte

Learning objectives
  • Recall current and predicted trends in TAVI with respect to preserving coronary access.
  • Consider determining factors for choosing valves in low risk populations.
  • Discuss solutions for maximising valve durability and haemodynamics and for treating degenerated TAVI.

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant by Boston Scientific.

This symposium has been accredited by the European Board for Accreditation in Continuing Education for Health Professionals (EBAC) for 1 CME points, equating to 1 hour of learning.

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Severe Aortic Stenosis: Stratifying Patients for Lifetime Management

Date: Friday, 25 March 2022
Time: 17:05 – 17:50 CET

Overview

In this symposium, join this esteemed faculty where they will consider when to use a surgery or TAVI-first approach, summarise clinical evidence to date and assess possible management scenarios by way of clinical cases. The symposium will consist of three presentations followed by a faculty discussion, where the audience will have the opportunity to ask questions to the faculty.

Faculty

Chair: Prof Thomas Modine
Panel: Dr Victoria Delgado, Dr Rebecca Hahn, Dr David Wood

Learning objectives
  • Describe the challenges with lifetime management in severe AS in both a SAVR and TAVI-first scenario.
  • Summarise clinical evidence for TAVI in low surgical risk patients.
  • Recall different guideline recommendations for SAVR and TAVI approaches.
  • Assimilate current clinical knowledge with patient preferences when formulating treatment plans for severe AS patient.

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant by Edwards Lifescience.

This symposium has been accredited by the European Board for Accreditation in Continuing Education for Health Professionals (EBAC) for 1 CME points, equating to 1 hour of learning.

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Breakout Sessions


Current Data and Future Direction in LAAC

Date: Wednesday, 23 March 2022
Time: 17:05 – 17:50 CET

Overview

LAA closure (LAAC) is a proven alternative to oral anticoagulation for preventing stroke in patients with non-valvular AF.

Join the panelists to discuss how to optimize the implant procedure and the implications of current and future trials on clinical practice, our experts will share with you their expertise, discussing their techniques and strategies in using the WATCHMAN FLX device.

Faculty

Moderator: Prof Ole De Backer
Panel: Dr Prof Dabit Arzamendi

Learning objectives
  • Learn how new imaging modalities (ICE, mini-micro TEE, CT) and workstreams could streamline the LAAC procedure and the patient follow-up.
  • Understand how the new implantation technique of WATCHMAN FLX can optimize procedural results.
  • Learn about the latest LAAC clinical data and the proven safety profile of WATCHMAN FLX.

This breakout is being supported by Boston Scientific.

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Key Considerations to Ensure Long-Term Patients’ Outcomes: When Anatomy, Engineering and Clinical Practice Come Together

Date: Wednesday, 23 March 2022
Time: 17:05 – 17:50 CET

Overview

This breakout session brings a fresh insight with practical considerations of anatomical and engineering focus into TAVI procedure with discussion about how morphological features of aortic valve and enhanced design of self-expanding TAVI valve translate into optimised clinical outcomes to ensure TAVI long-term results.

Faculty

Moderator: Prof Dave Smith
Panel: Dr Lluis Asmarats, Prof Andrew Cook, Prof Silvia Schievano

Learning objectives
  • To learn more about the cardiac morphology from TAVI procedural perspective in younger patients with aortic stenosis.
  • To understand which engineering device modifications and procedural refinements translate into TAVI patient life-time management.
  • To share practical clinical considerations to optimize outcomes for patients with longer life-expectancy.

This breakout is being supported by Abbott.

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Innovations in Treating Complex PCI: The Role of Orbital Atherectomy

Date: Thursday, 24 March 2022
Time: 17:05 – 17:50 CET

Overview

Join us for a discussion on the benefits of incorporating orbital atherectomy into your practice. Attendees will learn proper patient selection, treatment best practices, along with a review of the clinical data. The presenters will share real-world case examples and how they have been successful in optimizing outcomes in complex calcified lesions using orbital atherectomy’s dual mechanism of action to treat a broad range of calcium.

Faculty

Moderator: Prof Nicolas Van Mieghem
Panel: Dr Amir Kaki, Dr Kambis Mashayekhi

Learning objectives
  • Understand the challenges of treating severe calcium.
  • Review orbital atherectomy, the dual mechanism of action, and clinical data.
  • Discuss patient selection and how orbital atherectomy fits into current treatment algorithm.
  • Share best practices, tips and techniques to optimize outcomes.

This breakout is being supported by CSI.

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Coronary Physiology in STEMI patients today: Why? When? How?

Date: Thursday, 24 March 2022
Time: 17:05 – 17:50 CET

Overview

Physiology in STEMI patients is a controversial hot topic in interventional cardiology: it has been first demonstrated to enhance the benefits of full revascularization vs PCI only in the culprit lesion; then its effectiveness has been mitigated by clinical outcomes not showing any differences versus angiography-guided complete revascularization.

Join a panel of international expert in the discussion about a topic that is still controversial and may impact a large number of STEMI patients undergoing PCI.

Faculty

Moderator: Dr Ziad Ali
Panel: Dr Joost Daemen, Dr Zsolt Piroth

Learning objectives
  • To understand the current position of Key Opinion Leaders on physiology in STEMI patients.
  • To review the literature and defining the key clinical settings where physiology should play a role in the decision making.
  • To actively participate to the debate over the options offered in the cathlab to support physiology guided complete revascularization in STEMI patients.

This breakout is supported by Opsens Medical.

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The Clinical Evidence for Ultrasound RDN (uRDN) and Building the Therapy Pathway

Date: Friday, 25 March 2022
Time: 17:05 – 17:50 CET

Overview

Global experts discuss Ultrasound Renal Denervation (uRDN) wherein they share their experiences with the technology, review the evidence including safety, efficacy, and durability of treatment and detail how to build a therapy network.

Faculty

Moderator: Prof Felix Mahfoud
Panel: Prof Roland Schmeider, Prof Andrew Sharp

Learning objectives
  • Understand the Ultrasound Renal Denervation system (uRDN) and its benefits for the treatment of hypertension
  • Learn about the clinical evidence supporting uRDN and its implications for the field of hypertension.
  • Review the process of building a uRDN centre and therapy network.

This breakout is supported by ReCor Medical.

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Educational Partners:

Boston Scientific Daiichi-Sankyo Edwards Lifesciences Medtronic

Supporting Partners:

Abbott CSI Op Sens Medical Pulse Cath ReCor Medical

Media Partner

CRF JIM 2022

If you’re interested in becoming an educational partner at TIO, please contact sales@radcliffe-group.com

Official Journal

ICR

Interventional Cardiology: Reviews, Research, Resources (ICR³) is an international, English language, peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles continuously on ICRjournal.com. It aims to assist time-pressured physicians to stay abreast of key advances and opinions in interventional cardiology.

Led by Editor-in-Chief Peter O'Kane, along with Deputy Editors and an editorial board of world-renowned physicians, the journal publishes peer-reviewed articles that aim to provide timely updates on the most pertinent issues in the field.

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