PCR Valve Atlas app

PCR Valve Atlas app

Clinical Atlas of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Therapies

Built by a distinguished group of International Experts, the PCR Valve Atlas app (Clinical Atlas of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Therapies) is an educational tool which embraces all facets of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Therapies and fully enhanced with multimedia content.

Introduction to PCR Valve Atlas application

The target readership: novice operators in this field as well as intermediate and advanced operators.

What is the PCR Valve Atlas app?

The PCR Valve Atlas is the new comprehensive visual reference for TAVI procedures.

Content structure

Encompassing over 800 videos and figures, the Valve Atlas have 9 chapters:

  1. Anatomy of the aortic valvar complex
  2. Imaging for transcatheter aortic valve therapies implantations
  3. Transcatheter aortic valve devices
  4. Procedural concepts
  5. Complications & bailout procedures
  6. Transcatheter aortic valve implantation within failing surgical aortic bioprestheses
  7. Accessories
  8. Heart valve team
  9. Appendix

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Interviews, reviews and testimonials

Discover a practical, dynamic educational iPad app designed for operators of all levels of experience. Embracing all facets of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Therapy, the PCR Valve Atlas is fully enhanced with multimedia content.

Review - Chapter 2: imaging procedures

J. Bax and V. Delgado discuss Chapter 2: imaging procedures, highlighting the importance of imaging before, during and after percutaneous aortic valve procedures.


Review - Chapter 4: Procedural concepts

Co-editor of the app, Nicolas Van Mieghem discusses the Procedural concepts chapter, offering the community a visual perspective on each valve design.


Chapter 1 revealed: TAVI procedures

Stuart Head interviews Darren Mylotte and Nicolo Piazza (co-editors of the PCR Valve Atlas) on the importance of anatomy in Transcatheter Aortic Valve Therapies using the PCR Valve Atlas as a tool.



"If I was still practising, I might be better able to manage complications that I had not previously come across because I had seen them be managed in a video on the Atlas."