Reoperations on the Degenerated Aortic Valve and Root: New and Improved Solutions
From ConsultQD Live Admin2 on March 1st, 2021
- Introduction by Moderator: Gosta Pettersson, MD
- Case Presentation: Abdulrhman Elnagger, MD
- Aortic Valve and Root Surgery: Problems Posed by Old Options, Planning for New Options: Building vs Burning Bridges: Shinya Unai, MD
- Valve Follow-up and Planning with CT and Echo: Serge Harb, MD
- Is Konno-Rastan the Best Option for the Small Anulus with Prosthesis/ Patient Mismatch?: Hani Najm, MD
- Anesthesia: Pre/Intra/Post-Operative Preparation: Anand Mehta, MD
- Saving the Living Valve after Ross: David Re-implantation or Reversed Ross: Eric E. Roselli, MD
- Reoperative Root Surgery after Type A Dissection: Patrick Vargo, MD
- Percutaneous Options - When Valve-in-Valve should be avoided: Amar Krishnaswamy, MD
- Discuss imaging modalities to identify indications and diagnose severity
- Assess the latest innovations in aortic valve interventions and the technical considerations
- Describe the most current evidence on aortic valve surgery and apply to specific patient populations
This online series is designed for physicians, allied health practitioners and students interested in complex cardiovascular and thoracic conditions.
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