Sponsored by the Cardiovascular Research Foundation
Supported through educational grants from
Major Benefactor: Cardiovascular Systems, Inc.
Benefactors: Abbott, ABIOMED, Inc., Boston Scientific Corporation, Getinge, Medtronic, Philips, and Teleflex
This program is geared toward the interventionalist seeking to increase their knowledge on the evaluation and comprehensive management of complex and higher-risk patients indicated for coronary revascularization (due to symptoms or prognosis). Emphasizing a case-based presentation format with audience interactivity, participants learn how to assess and plan indicated procedures from clinical decision-making, regarding when/how to perform revascularization, and including discussions on access through post-procedural care. Specific issues regarding the treatment of complex lesions will be addressed with attention to the treatment of calcified lesions, bifurcation disease, chronic total occlusions, in-stent restenosis, and coronary artery disease in the post-CABG setting. In addition, the optimal use of adjunctive tools such as imaging, physiology, atherectomy, and hemodynamic support will be addressed. The use of hands-on training will further enhance the learning experience. Expert faculty will offer insights into selecting patients and devices, optimizing technique, and overcoming difficult anatomy.
By the end of this program, participants will be able to:
This educational activity is designed for interventional cardiologists, clinical cardiologists, and other healthcare professionals involved in the management of complex and high-risk patients with coronary artery disease.
Evaluation by questionnaire will address content, presentation effectiveness, possible bias, and future educational needs.
This program is sponsored by the Cardiovascular Research Foundation and supported through educational grants from:
Abbott, ABIOMED, Inc., Boston Scientific Corporation, BTG plc, Cordis, a Cardinal Health Company, and Medtronic
The Cardiovascular Research Foundation ensures that its programs are educational and meet the needs of the target audience. This program was developed without influence from commercial supporters.
Discussion of off-label product usage is made at the sole discretion of the faculty. Off-label product discussion and usage is not endorsed by the Cardiovascular Research Foundation or the course directors of this activity
This activity is not CME accredited, and therefore the supporter is required under the Sunshine Act (as part of the Affordable Care Act) to track and report all payments and transfers of value to US licensed physicians, including meals and expenses that are provided to you. In order to help supporters comply with the Sunshine Act, the names and contact information of all US and Canadian licensed physicians participating in this function will be provided to the supporter of this program. The information provided will be used for reporting purposes only. Should you partake in this program, you will be reported as part of the Sunshine Act submission and will appear on the CMS Open Payments website on the next reporting cycle.VERMONT-LICENSED HCPs
Vermont laws prohibit this program from providing any complimentary food, meals, or refreshments to healthcare professionals licensed by and regularly practicing in Vermont. Accordingly, healthcare professionals licensed by and practicing in Vermont are requested not to apply for this program.
Marriott New Orleans
Mardi Gras A-E Ballroom (3rd floor)
555 Canal St, New Orleans, LA 70130