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SOLACI Research Continues to Consolidate its Investigation Registries | REDCAP SOLACI

SOLACI Research Continues to Consolidate its Investigation Registries | REDCAP SOLACI

The Latin American Society of Interventional Cardiology has decided to hire the REDCap database platform to keep developing their research registries.  In this regard, SOLACI’s Research Department continues to advance its mission of building clinical research lines to gather reliable information, which will allow us to define better therapeutic behaviors to adress the treatment of the

Registro LATAM Bif - Reporte Mensual Marzo

LATAM Bif Registry: March 2021 Report

Know the new data from The Latin American Registry of Coronary Bifurcation Percutaneous Intervention  from March 2021. The registry is close to 250 patients (25% increase compared to the prior month) and continues to consolidate month after month.  For those who are still unfamiliar with it, the LATAM Bif Registry is a prospective, multicenter registry

Reporte Mensual Febrero Registro LATAM Bif

LATAMBif Registry: February 2021 Report

The Latin American Registry of Percutaneous Coronary Bifurcations continues to develop at a steady pace.  The aim of this prospective multicenter registry is to assess the reality of percutaneous coronary bifurcation to define its needs and establish effective strategies to perfect the daily clinical practice.  Bellow you will find data from February 2021, which includes

Webinar SOLACI 03-03 | Angioplastia de Tronco de Coronaria Izquierda y Bifurcaciones: Registro LATAM Bif

Watch again our Webinar on Left Main PCI and Bifurcations: LATAM Bif Registry

Watch again our Webinar on “Left Main PCI and Bifurcations: LATAM Bif Registry” on our Youtube account. The event was held on March 3rd, 2021, and had the participation of almost 700 people and the support of ABBOTT, Boston Scientific, Medtronic and Terumo. Webinar Contents 00:02​​ | Introduction – Dr. José Mangione (BRA). 04:58​ |

Webinar SOLACI 03-03 | Angioplastia de Tronco de Coronaria Izquierda y Bifurcaciones: Registro LATAM Bif

03/03 | SOLACI Webinar – Left Main PCI and Bifurcations: LATAM Bif Registry

We invite you to participate in the first free SOLACI virtual event of 2021. It is carried out with the support of Abbott, Boston Scientific, Medtronic and Terumo Interventional Systems and will have the participation of prestigious hemodynamicists from Latin America and the world. The title of the event is: “Left Main PCI and Bifurcations:

Registro LATAMBif | Reporte Enero 2021

LATAMBif Registry: January 2021 Report

The Latin American Registry of Percutaneous Coronary Bifurcations continues to develop at a steady pace. The aim of this prospective multicenter registry is to assess the reality of percutaneous coronary bifurcation to define its needs and establish effective strategies to perfect the daily clinical practice.  Bellow you will find data from January 2021, which includes

SOLACI Research | Registro Latinoamericano de Intervenciones Percutáneas en Bifurcaciones Coronarias

SOLACI Research | Latin American Registry of Percutaneous Interventions in Coronary Bifurcations – LATAM Bif Registry.

We have the honor to invite you to participate in the Latin American Registry of Percutaneous Interventions in Coronary Bifurcations – LATAM Bif Registry. Coronary bifurcations represent a field of particular interest in interventional cardiology, representing 15-20% of coronary angioplasties performed in our daily practice. The LATAM Bif Registry is the scientific research program of the

SOLACI Research | Área de Investigación de SOLACI

SOLACI Research Survey | Reasons NOT to Conduct TAVR in Latin America

The Latin American Society of Interventional Cardiology, through the SOLACI Research Department, is conducting a survey to determine the reasons why transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) was NOT conducted in patients with severe aortic stenosis in Latin America (from January to December 2019). Dr. Ricardo Allende, from San Luis Potosí (Mexico), and Dr. Pablo Lamelas,

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