Interventional and Structural
Additional Sessions You Won't Want to Miss:
- My Patient Doesn't Fit in the Trial: Extrapolating the Evidence to Practice For High-Risk PCI (Session 636)
- Dilemmas in the Lifetime Management of Aortic Stenosis (Session 682)
- Trials and Tribulations of Tricuspid Regurgitation Management in 2023 (Session 669)
- April Adventure: Top Interventional Trials of 2023 (Session 504)
The Interventional and Structural Learning Pathway at ACC.24 will cover a breadth of topics in the field of interventional cardiology that all attendees will be able to apply to their patient population. This year, there will be a particular focus on the areas where there are still gaps in knowledge because even with all the things we know, there is much that is still unknown in the field of interventional cardiology. Many sessions will focus on the areas where data is lacking and will provide attendees with different perspectives on how to manage patients who fall into those "gray" areas.
Tune in to learn how expert interventionalists manage intraprocedural complications in the Cath lab and what techniques they use to deal with unwanted scenarios, including no-reflow, coronary perforation, and side branch loss (Session 621). Interventionalists are more frequently seeing pregnant patients present to the Cath lab with acute coronary syndrome, valvular heart disease, pulmonary embolism, and shock. Join in to get key insights into the care of pregnant patients requiring emergent interventional management (Session 619). Plus, watch top experts in action during three interventional live case presentations featuring coronary, endovascular and structural cases while a panel of experts discusses their every move (Session 201, 202 and 203).
Participate in the Interventional and Structural Learning Pathway for these engaging, dynamic sessions and more!