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30th November 2018 - 1 December 2018

AimRADIAL 2018

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Event Summary

Transradial Approach

​The objective of AimRADIAL is to provide an in-depth general overview of current data and evidence-based medicine regarding all aspects of transradial techniques for coronary and vascular diagnostic angiography and percutaneous interventions.

Invasive Physiology Assessment

AimRADIAL also includes a one-day comprehensive workshop covering all aspects of invasive physiology assessment and its use in the process of disease assessment and treatment / revascularization strategy selection for patients with coronary artery disease: measurement of fractional flow reserve (FFR) from the basic principles and set-up in the cathlab, to the differences between FFR and instantaneous wave-free ratio (iFR), and coronary flow reserve (CFR), a comprehensive review of the clinical study data so far, and a look at future modalities.

Attendees

Sessions are intended for interventional and general cardiologists, interventional radiologists, physicians, residents, fellows-in-training and other healthcare professionals (nurses, technologists, etc) at all experience levels.

Book Now

Event Summary

Transradial Approach

​The objective of AimRADIAL is to provide an in-depth general overview of current data and evidence-based medicine regarding all aspects of transradial techniques for coronary and vascular diagnostic angiography and percutaneous interventions.

Invasive Physiology Assessment

AimRADIAL also includes a one-day comprehensive workshop covering all aspects of invasive physiology assessment and its use in the process of disease assessment and treatment / revascularization strategy selection for patients with coronary artery disease: measurement of fractional flow reserve (FFR) from the basic principles and set-up in the cathlab, to the differences between FFR and instantaneous wave-free ratio (iFR), and coronary flow reserve (CFR), a comprehensive review of the clinical study data so far, and a look at future modalities.

Attendees

Sessions are intended for interventional and general cardiologists, interventional radiologists, physicians, residents, fellows-in-training and other healthcare professionals (nurses, technologists, etc) at all experience levels.

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