Interventional Academy | C3 present Coronary CTO Intervention Series Part 1

In Association with Pakistan Society of Interventional Cardiology, Five Continent Congress, Beijing, China, and Asia Pacific CTO Club

Chair: Rajesh Dave, MD, C3 Course Director

Moderators: Jaikirshan Khatri, MD | Craig Thompson, MD | Ashish Pershad, MD | Khaldoon Alaswad, MD | Goran Olivecrona, MD | Jjyan Chen, MD | Parag Doshi, MD | Bin Liu, MD | Wei Liu, MD

  • Why Do We Chase Coronary CTO in 2020? Evidence and Literature – Jaikirshan Khatri, MD | Ohio
  • CTO Angiography: Performance and Analysis – Craig Thompson, MD | New York
  • Evolution of CTO Guidewire Designs: How it has Evolved my North American Approach – Ashish Pershad, MD | Arizona
  • Reverse CART to Antegrade Wire Access: A Guide to Externalization Tip-in, Rendezvous, and Snaring from the APCTO Club – Eugene Wu, MD | Hong Kong
  • Evolution of CTO Microcatheter Designs: How it has Helped My CTO Practice? – Mir Basir, MD | Michigan
  • Tools to Solve CTO Complications: Coils, Covered Stents, Snares, etc. – Khaldoon Alaswad, MD | Michigan
  • CTO PCI at its Most Complex Level: Master Case Series Case 1 – Goran Olivecrona, MD | Sweden
  • CTO PCI at its Most Complex Level: Master Case Series Case 2 – Jjyan Chen, MD | China
  • CTO PCI at its Most Complex Level: Master Case Series Case 3 – Parag Doshi, MD | Chicago
  • CTO Coronary Contributions from Pakistan and China Case 1 – Bin Liu, MD | China
  • CTO Coronary Contributions from Pakistan and China Case 2 – Bashir Hanif, MD | Pakistan
  • CTO Coronary Contributions from Pakistan and China Case 3 – Nadir Khan, MD | Pakistan
  • CTO Coronary Contributions from Pakistan and China Case 4 – Asim Javed, MD | Pakistan

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