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7th - 8th May 2019

Core Curriculum in Cardiac Intervention

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Course Summary

A BCIS-endorsed course in Basic Coronary Intervention that will include lectures and angio reviews.

This course is open to BCIS Members only. Don’t miss out! Join BCIS here.

This course covers the Core Curriculum for interventional cardiology and is best suited for trainees in their early years of subspecialist PCI training (ST5-6).

Organised on behalf of the Training and Education Committee of the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society, this course has been designed for trainees who have completed their core cardiology training and are planning a career in Interventional Cardiology.

Delegates are encouraged to bring cases to present at the course on the following themes:

1.       Coronary Thrombosis (de novo/stent thrombosis)

2.       How adjunctive techniques (IVUS/FFR) changed management plan

3.       Complications – how did it happen and how did we get out of it?

4.       Anatomical Challenges (calcification/CTO/LMS/bifurcations/tortuosity)

Please send a short synopsis of the case outlining the scenario and the learning points to allow the faculty to allocate suitable slots.

Book Now

Course Summary

A BCIS-endorsed course in Basic Coronary Intervention that will include lectures and angio reviews.

This course is open to BCIS Members only. Don’t miss out! Join BCIS here.

This course covers the Core Curriculum for interventional cardiology and is best suited for trainees in their early years of subspecialist PCI training (ST5-6).

Organised on behalf of the Training and Education Committee of the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society, this course has been designed for trainees who have completed their core cardiology training and are planning a career in Interventional Cardiology.

Delegates are encouraged to bring cases to present at the course on the following themes:

1.       Coronary Thrombosis (de novo/stent thrombosis)

2.       How adjunctive techniques (IVUS/FFR) changed management plan

3.       Complications – how did it happen and how did we get out of it?

4.       Anatomical Challenges (calcification/CTO/LMS/bifurcations/tortuosity)

Please send a short synopsis of the case outlining the scenario and the learning points to allow the faculty to allocate suitable slots.

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