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Imaging in TAVI procedures

EACVI webinar

03/07/2015 18:00 03/07/2015 19:00 Europe/Paris Imaging in TAVI procedures

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European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging DD/MM/YYYY
Interventional Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery
Cardiac Computed Tomography
Nuclear Imaging
Valvular Heart Disease
Cardiac Magnetic Resonance

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Learning objectives:

  • Acquire a perfect knowledge on the role of transthoracic  
    echo and transoesophageal echocardiography for selection of patients for assessment of aortic stenosis
  • Acquire a perfect knowledge on the role of transthoracic echo and transoesophageal for selection of patients for TAVI procedure and during TAVI procedure
  • Acquire informations and knowledge about the role of Cardiac and vascular CT for the selection of patients before TAVI
  • Acquire knowledge about the role of other imaging techniques (PET/ Ct – MRI) and the respective indications of each of these techniques
  • Learn how imaging may guide the choicebetween conventional surgery and TAVI in q patient with severe aortic stenosis ?
  • Learn how patients with AS should be follow-up by imaging after TAVI and how the results of this imaging may influence outcome


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Doctor Victoria Delgado
Department of Cardiology
Leiden University Medical Center, Netherlands



Andreas Hagendorff

Professor Andreas Hagendorf
Department of Cardiology
University of Leipzig, Germany




Bernard Cosyns

Professor Bernard Cosyns
Cardiology Icmi
Chirec Uz Brussel, Belgium



Target audience

This webinar addresses Echo and CVI communities.

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