The progressive course brings together world leading figures in mitral valve disease to discuss the interdisciplinary approach to evolving information around diagnostics and advanced imaging of mitral valve disease, state of the art mitral valve repair techniques, minimally invasive and interventional approaches and long term outcomes.
The 2 day interactive course will be conducted at the Munich Heart Centre on 19-21st November with R Lange, MD serving as Course Director and D Adams, MD, P Kappetein, MD, H Vanermen, MD, R Klautz, MD, F Maisano, MD, N Piazza, MD, R Martin, MD, S Sano, MD and T Hanke, MD participating on the interdisciplinary faculty.
Focusing on the technical aspects of mitral surgery and interventions, the course will emphasise the success of teamwork through demonstration of six challenging live cases; debates around controversial areas of mitral and tricuspid management and the future of mitral valve repair.
Cardiac surgeons and cardiologists will have the opportunity to collaborate and determine the optimal approach and timing for mitral and tricuspid valve disease and discuss the clinical data supporting management of functional and degenerative mitral valve disease as well as participate in wetlabs.
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