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COVID-19 and cardiovascular interventions – Current situation and future management – New experiences from across Europe

EAPCI webinar

29/04/2020 18:00 29/04/2020 19:00 Europe/Paris COVID-19 and cardiovascular interventions – Current situation and future management – New experiences from across Europe

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European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions contact@escardio.org DD/MM/YYYY
Epidemiology, Prognosis, Outcome
Treatment
Interventional Cardiology
Treatment
European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions
Online
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Learning Objectives

After attending the webinar, the participants will be updated on:

  • Building patient confidence for acute cardiac procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Cardiac risk and COVID-19 – Patient risk assessment
  • Perspectives on the environment and resources constraints
  • Reprioritising elective cardiac interventions - when and how
  • Triage pathways for the cardiovascular patient
  • Toolbox for an evolving practice

 

Questions from the audience answered by Doctor Rui Teles of the EAPCI Education Committee.



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Faculty

Speakers

La Mañana de la 1Dr. Raul Moreno
President of ACI-SEC - Spanish Society of Cardiology
Madrid, Spain

tarantini-giuseppe-c-2020.jpgAssoc. Prof. Giuseppe Tarantini, FESC
President of GISE - Italian Society of Interventional Cardiology
Padua, Italy

cayla-guillaume-2020.jpgProf. Guillaume Cayla
President of GACI - French Group of Atheroma and Interventional Cardiology
Nîmes, France

Hosts

Andreas Baumbach .jpgProf. Andreas Baumbach, FESC
EAPCI President
London, UK

 

 

 

Prof. Dariusz Dudek_2017.jpgProf. Dariusz Dudek, FESC
EAPCI President-Elect
Krakow, Poland

 

Session information

Overview

This webinar is organised by EAPCI Education and Training committee with the collaboration of:
- Italian Society of Interventional Cardiology (GISE, represented by President Giueseppe Tarantini)
- French Group of Atheroma and Interventional Cardiology (GACI, represented by President Guillaume Cayla)
- Association of Interventional Cardiology (ACI-SEC, represented by President Raul Moreno)
- Working Group on Interventional Cardiology - AGIK (German Society of Cardiology, represented by Prof. Julinda Mehilli)
- Irish Cardiac Society Intervention section (represented by Prof. Stephen O’Connor)
- Working Group of Interventional Cardiology of the Netherlands (WIC, represented by President Michiel Voskuil)
- Portuguese Association of Cardiovascular Intervention (APIC, represented by President Joao Silveira)
- Swedish Working Group on PCI and Valvular Interventions (Swedish Cardiac Society, represented by Prof. Stefan James)
- Working Group in Interventional Cardiology (Swiss Society of Cardiology, represented by President Daniel Weilenmann)

 

This webinar is designed for cardiologists specialised in interventional cardiology, and those wishing to update their scientific knowledge on the topic.

ASK your questions to our experts: some questions will be answered during the webinar Live. Other questions which we will not have time to address during the webinar, will be answered after the event; answers will be posted online.

We invite the people asking questions to indicate their country in the text, so the questions can be directly addressed to the Country Experts involved in the programme.

Technical settings

The webinar is available on PC and tablets. The use of a smartphone is not recommended.

To answer the MCQs during the live event, you must allow pop-up windows on your device.

A high-speed Internet connection is required (minimum 2 Mbps).