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29th November 2018

BCIS Study Day : Interventional Pharmacology

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Course Summary

Hosted by University Hospital of Wales

This course is open to BCIS Members only. For details on joining BCIS visit: www.bcis.org.uk/subscribe

For BCIS Consultant Members this course is free of charge.
For BCIS Trainees and AHP Members, there is a nominal registration fee of £25.00.

State of the art 1-day course on a cornerstone of PCI strategy i.e. getting the pharmacology right.

Topics will take attendees from first contact decision-making such as pre-loading and anti-platelet choice, through the cath lab with topics to include intravenous therapy during PCI, to the longer term with sessions on DAPT duration, switching and triple therapy.

Topics covered include:

  • Role of pre-loading
  • Intravenous agents during PCI
  • Update on emerging DAPT trial and registry data
  • Anti-coagulation and anti-platelet therapy after PCI
  • Optimal duration of DAPT, balancing ischaemia and bleeding
  • Switching anti-platelets in convalescence
  • On-going and future interventional pharmacology research

Course Director: 
Dr Tim Kinnaird, University Hospital of Wales

Course Co-Directors:
Dr Richard Anderson, University Hospital of Wales
Dr Tom Johnson, Bristol Royal Infirmary
Prof Mamas Mamas, University Hospital of North Midlands

Book Now

Course Summary

Hosted by University Hospital of Wales

This course is open to BCIS Members only. For details on joining BCIS visit: www.bcis.org.uk/subscribe

For BCIS Consultant Members this course is free of charge.
For BCIS Trainees and AHP Members, there is a nominal registration fee of £25.00.

State of the art 1-day course on a cornerstone of PCI strategy i.e. getting the pharmacology right.

Topics will take attendees from first contact decision-making such as pre-loading and anti-platelet choice, through the cath lab with topics to include intravenous therapy during PCI, to the longer term with sessions on DAPT duration, switching and triple therapy.

Topics covered include:

  • Role of pre-loading
  • Intravenous agents during PCI
  • Update on emerging DAPT trial and registry data
  • Anti-coagulation and anti-platelet therapy after PCI
  • Optimal duration of DAPT, balancing ischaemia and bleeding
  • Switching anti-platelets in convalescence
  • On-going and future interventional pharmacology research

Course Director: 
Dr Tim Kinnaird, University Hospital of Wales

Course Co-Directors:
Dr Richard Anderson, University Hospital of Wales
Dr Tom Johnson, Bristol Royal Infirmary
Prof Mamas Mamas, University Hospital of North Midlands

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