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.
Read the presentations below:
Module I: Fundamentals and Basic Elements.
- Leiva Pons, José Luis. “Vascular Closure Devices. Step by Step.”
- García García, Hector. “Current Status of Coronary Intervention: Stents and BRS. Key Points for Proper BRS Implantation.”
Module II: Complex Coronary Interventions. Tips and Secrets of the Trade.
- Echavarría Pinto, Mauro. “Functional Assessment of Coronary Disease Through FFR/iFR: Step by Step.”
- Lasave, Leandro. “How and When Should We Use IVUS?”
- García García, Hector. “When and How Should We Use OCT?”
- Agatiello, Carla. “Immediate Aortic Embolization of a Balloon Expandable Valve During Transfemoral TAVI in a Patient with Borderline-Sized Annulus.”
- Guareña Casillas, Jorge Armando. “Complications in Coronary Interventions.”
- Amicone, Sebastián. “Prized Case: Functional and Anatomical Assessment of Stenosis in the Left Main Coronary Artery.”
Module III: Diagnostic Tools in the Cath Lab.
- Mangione, José. “Primary Angioplasty. How Can We Optimize the Outcome? Techniques and Step by Step Demonstrations.”
- Londero, Hugo. “Treatment of Bifurcation Lesions. When and How Do We Use ONE or TWO Stents? EDUCATIONAL CASE.”
- Alcantara, Marco. “Approach Based on a Supportive Case. Case Exemplifying the Use of a Hybrid Algorithm.”
- Antileo, Pablo. “Intervention in a Case of Left Main Coronary Artery Chronic Occlusion Using a Retrograde Access Technique with a Vein Graft.”
Module IV: Peripheral Interventions.
- Danduch, Leonardo. “Bilateral Type II Endoleak Embolization from the Hypogastric Arteries.”
Module V: Structural Heart Disease
- Granada, Juan. “Anatomical Bases for Intervention in Structural Heart Disease.”
- Damonte, Aníbal. “Appendage Closure. Current Devices. Treatment Technique. Step by Step.”
- Escutia Cuevas, Hector. “Transcatheter Mitral Valve-in-Valve Implantation Through a Transseptal Approach.”
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