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Tricuspid / Pulmonary valve

Here you will find all the latest content on the tricuspid or pulmonary valve published on this website. Results are listed in chronological order.

Endovascular treatments for complications of the tricuspid or pulmonary valve, such as the treatment for tricuspid regurgitation (TR), are at an early stage of clinical development with many novel devices being introduced each year. This topic explores the different parameters of this emerging field with information on the latest research, emerging tools, devices and techniques, vascular access; the role of adjunctive pharmacotherapy; imaging techniques such as echocardiography as well as understanding bleeding risks or patient selection. Find out more…

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Transcatheter valve-in-valve and valve-in-ring interventions

30 Jun 2017 - From EUROPCR 2017

Which patients qualify for these interventions in the mitral or tricuspid space? What do they guidelines tell us – and how does that match our current experience? For this complex topic, we turn to the experts, interventionalists A.P. Kappetein and A. Vahanian along with and cardiac surgeon H. Treade to review where we stand today. From the nature of the ring, ventricular function or anatomical conditions such as “spotting the transseptal”, to approaching these often very sick patients ineligible for re-surgery, they discuss the techniques they use and how they identify the most appropriate patients. Find out more about this future trend today.

Wrap-up interview - Cardioband System, a new era for transcatheter valve repair

From EUROPCR 2017

Do we really have a new device that reproduces a surgical technique for mitral repair? Join F. Maisano, surgeon and interventionalist, R. S. von Bardeleben interventionalist and echocardiographer and A. Vahanian, interventional cardiologist as they explore this “cutting edge” system in valvular repair. Learn about current data which shows sustainable reduction in annulus size or the learning curve and role of CT scans in patient selection. Imaging is discussed along with a review of new imaging technologies that help make these interventions possible. Can this be translated this to the tricuspid space and tricuspid ring? A dream…or reality? Watch here…

Multimodality imaging for valvular interventions

06 Jul 2017 - From EUROPCR 2017

Consult this video on all you need to know about imaging in aortic, mitral and tricuspid valves. From echo and CT scans to 3D TOE and ICE join D. Mylotte and H. Moellmann to find out more about how we see today in the valvular space.

EuroPCR 2017 Highlights: Interventions for Valvular Diseases

20 May 2017 - From EUROPCR 2017

Spotlight on valvular disease at EuroPCR 2017 with N. Piazza, B. Prendergast and A. Latib. In the aortic space, we look at 4-year results from the NOTION trial on valve durability or the REPRISE trial comparing different devices. The mitral space remains exciting with emerging data on a new device allowing edge-to-edge repair or the use of aortic devices in the mitral valve. The tricuspid? From innovation day through the course itself, there is great promise for the future with 3 trials now ongoing in Europe alone. Get your take-home message here...

Combined transcatheter valvular procedures: who, how and when? A case-based discussion

18 May 2017

First-in-man studies in tricuspid intervention and myocardial protection

18 May 2017

Sequential percutaneous approach for valvular disease

18 May 2017

Challenging valvular interventions in the right heart

18 May 2017

WCCI@EuroPCR - Transcatheter valve-in-valve and valve-in-ring interventions: the gold standard treatment for bioprosthetic failure?

17 May 2017

Surgical and transcatheter treatment options for tricuspid regurgitation

18 May 2017 - From EUROPCR 2017

The tricuspid valve - is it still the “forgotten valve” it once was? Surgical solutions are available and interventional alternatives are starting to evolve, but are the large number of patients suffering from tricuspid disease and tricuspid regurgitation getting treated? What are the unmet need? Learn more in this fascinating discussion with D. Mylotte, N. Piazza  and S. Bolling as they review the procedures and devices available today and being developed for tomorrow, and why education is so crucial