Deborah Heart and Lung Center’s cardiac interventionists were key presenters at the New Cardiovascular Horizons Complex Angioplasty Symposium and Exchange in Philadelphia on November 1st and 2nd. This comprehensive event first offered sessions for specialists to refresh on the fundamentals for coronary, structural and hemodynamic, and endovascular diagnosis and treatment. More specialized sessions focused on peripheral vascular interventions; complex coronary interventions; hemodynamics and mechanical circulatory support; hot topics in wound care; as well as structural heart and other interventions.
Led by 2019 Co-Chairs, Einstein Medicine’s John George, MD and Tulane University School of Medicine’s Craig M. Walker, MD the two-day symposium featured dozen of specifically-tailored break-out sessions. Deborah Heart and Lung specialists covered a wide range of key topics including:
*Coronary Complication Case
Harit Desai, DO
*Do We Need a Prescribed Algorithm for Peripheral CTO Crossing?
Vincent Varghese, DO
*Increasing Role of Imaging and Physiology in Cath Lab for Optimal OutcomesRichard Kovach, MD
*What’s Next for Renal Denervation and Sympathetic Control for Hypertension?
Kintur Sanghvi, MD