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Fellows / Residents 1 115 €
Physicians 1 780 €
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Ends May. 17, 2019 2:00 pm
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Minimalist TF-TAVI Workshop

On-site
Masterclass
253 Reviews
Cardiology
Rouen, France
3-day course
25 attendees per session
English
10 CME Credits

Course details

Seminar on Minimalist TF-TAVI & Live Clinical Cases

Organised by the Medical Training Centre

Course Director: Prof. Alain CRIBIER

 

Venue : Rouen, France

 

 

LIVE CASE OPERATORS

Pr H. Eltchaninoff

Dr. E. Durand

Dr. C. Tron

Comments / Lectures: A. Cribier

 

AUDIENCE

Preferentially but not limited to interventional cardiologists already trained on TAVI, wishing to get additional information on the « minimalist TF approach », based on the observation of live cases

 

17 years after the First-in-Man TAVI case performed by our team in Rouen on April 2002, the procedure is incredibly expanding. Significant technological advances and simplified strategies led to an explosion of TAVI with 300 000 cases performed to date in the world.

To address the demand of many colleagues wishing to assess the feasibility and safety of the simplified strategy with us, we have started a series of interactive workshops based on live video- transmission of « minimalist transfemoral-TAVI cases » using the SAPIEN 3 valve, with “hands-on”experience. End -points: patient selection and procedural tips and tricks.

Live cases will be transmitted from the Department of Cardiology of the Rouen University Hospital Charles Nicolle to our Medical Training Center located at a walking distance.

Hands-on experience will be provided with work on electronic simulator, on CT-imaging in our radiology lab, on TAVI devices and closure devices. Furthermore, 2 participants will be scrubbing with us in the cath-lab for each live case (appointed by drawing lots)

It will be a great pleasure to share with you our experience

 

This programme is accredited by the Eurpean Board for Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) for 10 hours of external CME credits. Each participant should claim only those hours that have actually been spent in the educational activity. EBAC works according to the quality standards of the European Accreditation Council for continuing Medical Education (EACCME), which is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS).

 

In compliance with EBAC / EACCME guidelines, all speakers / chairpersons participating in this programme have disclosed or indicated potential conflicts of interest which might cause a bias in the presentations. The Course Director is responsible for ensuring that all potential conflicts of interest relevant to the event are declared to the audience prior to the CME activities.

 

What will you learn?

- observe live cases of Transfemoral TAVI using the “minimalist strategy

- prevention and management of complications

- Get 10 hours of external CME credits by EBAC

Educational methods

Live case observation, Simulation

Program

Wednesday May 15th (3pm-6pm)

3pm Welcome

3:30 "Ability of CT to address all relevant aspects of TAVI" (Jean Nicolas Dacher, MD, Head of the Department of Cardiology)

4:15 - 6 Practical session on CT and TAVI simulators

 

Thursday May 16th (8am-6pm)

8:15am Welcome

8:30 "Minimalist TF-TAVI: State of the Art, Tips and Tricks" (Alain Cribier, MD)

9:30 Presentation Case 1

9:45 Live Case 1

10:45 Coffee break

11:15 Live in the box: complex cases

11:35 Presentation Case 2

11:45 Live Case 2

12:45 Lunch

2pm Live in the box: complex cases

2:15 Presentation Case 3

2:30 Live Case 3

3:30 Coffe Break

4pm Live in the box: complications

6pm Closing

 

Friday May 17th (9am-1pm)

9am Presentation Case 4

9:15 Live case 4

10am Coffee break

10:45 Live in the box: Valve in Valve

11:15 Presentation Case 5

11:30 Live Case 5

12:30 Discussion and Closing

1pm Lunch

 

Price categories

Category
Price
Fellows / Residents
1 115 €
Physicians
1 780 €

Medical devices

- ESHEATH (EDWARDS LIFESCIENCES)

- PROSTAR XL (ABBOTT VASCULAR)

- SAPIEN 3 TRANSCATHETER HEART VALVE (EDWARDS LIFESCIENCES)

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Logistics

Getting there

Options for reaching Rouen from Paris:

  • By train: you can reach Gare St Lazare by metro (not a direct line, €2) or by taxi (approx. €50) and then take a train to Rouen (approx. €25). There is a departure every hour or so, travel takes around 90min. They will then need a taxi from Rouen station to the hotel (approx. €15).
  • Taxi service: a taxi can pick you up at the airport and take you directly to your hotel. Cost is €180 (€360 for a round trip). Travel takes around 90min.
  • Renting a car from the airport  

Where to stay

Closest recommended hotels:

 Brit Hotel Relais des 2 Rivières

33 Boulevard Gambetta, 76000 Rouen, France

Located on hospital campus

from 65€ /night

+33 2 35 07 96 96 

 Hôtel Mercure Champ de Mars

12 Avenue Aristide Briand, 76000 Rouen, France

5 minutes walk from the University Hospital

from 102€ /night

+ 33 2 35 52 42 32

 Hôtel Mercure Centre

Angle rue St Nicolas/Rue Croix de Fer, 76000 Rouen, France

15 min walk to the hospital

from 101€ /night

+33 2 35 52 69 52

 Hotel Spa Bourgtheroulde

15 Pl. de la Pucelle, 76000 Rouen, France

Located down town

from 187€ /night

+33 2 35 14 50 50

Reviews

Global Review
4.7 /5
Pedagogy
4.7 /5
Organisation
4.7 /5
Knowledge aquired
4.7 /5
Recommendation
4.8 /5
Dec 2, 2016
Dr. Mohan M. If for selected candidates hands on training will be appreciated.please consider on next time .thanks it's wonderful learning curve .
Dec 2, 2016
Dr. Alix Junior T. Great training with an outstanding team. I truly appreciate the hospitality provided by Dr Cribier and his team. Dr Helene Eltchaninoff is an outstanding interventionist and teacher. I already recommend this program to some of my colleagues.
Dec 2, 2016
Dr. Nabil D. One of the best course I have ever attended over the last 20 years. Very applicable to clinical care

Location

ROUEN NORMANDY MEDICAL TRAINING CENTER

20 rue Marie Curie

76000 Rouen, France