See All ProEducar “José Gabay” Course (Eighth Edition) Presentations

We are deeply thankful to all interventional physicians who, motivated by their great scientific and educational vocation, presented their works at the “José Gabay” Course and actively collaborated in training and providing updated concepts for the next generations of interventional cardiologists.

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Read and/or download the presentations below:

 

Module I: Fundamentals and Basic Elements.

  • Álvarez, José. “Transfemoral and Transradial Access. Step by Step. Complications”.

  (Spanish version)

  • Vignolo, Gustavo. “Pre/Post-Stent Antiplatelet Therapy. Drugs, Doses, and Time. “.

  (Spanish version) 

 

Module II: Complex Coronary Interventions. Tips and Secrets of the Trade.

  • Lluberas, Ricardo. “Primary Angioplasty: How Do We Obtain the Best Flow? Techniques and Step by Step Demonstrations”.

  (Spanish version).

  • Berrocal, Daniel. “Treatment of Bifurcation Lesions. When and How Do We Use ONE or TWO Stents? Educational Case”.

  (Spanish version).

 

Module III: Diagnostic Tools in the Cath Lab.

  • Costa, Ribamar. “Integration of Diagnostic Methods in the Cath Lab”.

  (Spanish version).

  • Telayna, Juan. “When and How Should We Use IVUS? Step by step”.

  (Spanish version).

 

Module IV: Peripheral Interventions.

  • Mandil, Ari. “Carotid Artery Stenting. Treatment Techniques. Step by Step.”

  (Spanish version).

  • Londero, Hugo. “Exclusion of an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. Lessons for Proper Technique”.

 (Spanish version).

  • Valdivieso, León. “Suprapatellar Lesions. Treatment Indications. Stents, Drug-Eluting Balloons, Surgery…”.

 (Spanish version).

 

Module V: Structural Heart Disease

  • Damonte, Anibal. “Appendage Closure. Treatment Technique. Step by Step”.

 (Spanish version).

  • Méndiz Oscar. “Aortic Valve Implantation. Current Valve Types. Patient Selection.”

 (Spanish version).

  • Ribeiro, Henrique. “Mitral Valve Intervention. Current Data and Future Expectations”

 (Spanish version).


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