SHDA Mitral Valve Symposium 2020

SHDA Mitral Valve Symposium 2020

Symposium Details

Delayed due to Covid-19.

New date and details will be announced in the coming months.

All existing tickets will be transfered.

Please email info@shda.org.au for any questions.

Program

Workshop

  • Master the imaging of mitral regurgitation – Professor Greg Scalia

Lectures

  • Anatomy
  • Imaging – echo guided management of primary and secondary regurgitation
  • Advanced surgical and transcatheter techniques  – current guidelines and new emerging evidence
  • Resynchronisation therapy
  • Challenges faced in decision making  – complexity, future planning, resource allocation

Cases

  • Primary mitral regurgitation – transcatheter or surgical – the choices to be made
  • Secondary mitral regurgitation – repair techniques, minimally invasive approches
  • Secondary mitral regurgitation with heart failure – the worlds collide
  • Mitral valve prosthesis dysfunction – watch that LVOT!
  • Severe Mitral Annular Calcification – should we still resect it all?

Follow the cases

The technical and clinical challenges faced with mitral valve pathology – choosing the correct intervention, patient selection and the imaging that is associated.

With each case, you will journey through:

  • Anatomy of the pathology, initial imaging, patient complexities
  • The Heart Team meeting
  • Traditional and the new emerging analysis – specific procedural imaging including CT vectors and flow analysis, 3D printing
  • Watch the intervention step-by-step

    Previous Mitral Valve Symposium Playlist

    2017

    2015

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    Structural Heart Disease Australia

    Structural Heart Disease Australia is an incorporated association focused on education in valvular and structural cardiac diseases. It was started by group of echocardiographers, anaesthetists, clinical and interventional cardiologists, and cardiothoracic surgeons to provide a useful learning resource for medical professionals.

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