Learn more about the benefits of OptoWire® as a pressure guidewire to diagnose and treat with confidence at SCAI 2019 (Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions) by attending Opsens’ complimentary lunch and educational symposium. Register Now!
The OptoWire features a large nitinol core with excellent torque response and deliverability. With the OptoWire you can diagnose and treat your patients with confidence. Opsens second generation fiber optic pressure guidewire is designed to provide the lowest drift in the industry while reducing procedural costs with the ability to deliver the PCI over the same guidewire.
Leading experts in coronary physiology will demonstrate the clinical utility of coronary physiology assessments and the second generation fiber optic pressure guidewire in various clinical situations.
Educational Lunch Symposium “Up Your Physiologic Game: The Right Indications, Techniques and Devices” Sponsored by Opsens Medical
Monday, May 20, 2019
Lunch: 11:00 a.m.
Program: 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Room: Gracia 4, Third Floor
The Cosmopolitan Hotel
3708 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89109
- Review key clinical data
- Teach tips and tricks for successful pressure measurement
- Share case experience using Optowire 2nd generation fiber-optic pressure wire
- Provide insight into Opsens clinical studies
Morton J. Kern, MD, MSCAI, FAHA, FACC (Program Chair)
Professor of Medicine, University of California Irvine, Orange, California USA
Chief of Medicine, Long Beach Veterans Administration Health Care System, Long Beach, California USA
Duane Pinto, MD, MPH, FSCAI
Chief, Interventional Cardiology Section, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts USA
Andrew T. Ho, MD, FACC
Interventional Cardiologist, Center for Cardiac Care,Temecula, California USA
Assistant Clinical Professor, Loma Linda University School of Medicine, Loma Linda, California USA
Manish Parikh, MD, FACC, FSCAI
Associate Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, Columbia University Medical Center, New York City, New York USA
11:15 a.m. – Invasive Physiology Devices: are they all the same? – Speaker: Morton Kern
11:27 a.m. – Tips and Tricks for Successful Pressure Measurement – Speaker: Duane Pinto
11:39 a.m. – Getting the Most from My Pressure Guidewire – Challenging Case Review – Speaker: Andrew Ho
11:51 a.m. – Trials or Tribulations: What Do the Data Tell Us – Speaker: Manish Parikh
12:03 p.m. – Panel and Audience Discussion & Closing – Led by Morton Kern
To register for this complimentary lunch symposium, please visit http://www.scai.org/SCAI2019
Note: You must first register with the conference and obtain a conference badge to attend this lunch symposium.
This event is not part of the official SCAI 2019 Scientific Sessions as planned by the SCAI Program Committee.
Schedule of SCAI 2019 Coronary Physiology Featured Clinical Research and Abstracts
SCAI 2019 Scientific Session Highlights
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Abstract Poster Session II
Belmont Ballroom 2-3
10:30 AM-11:15 AM
- The Hemodynamic Effects of Directional Atherectomy on Translesional Pressure Gradients in the Lower Extremity – Marlene Garcia, et al.
- Prospective Evaluation of the Strategy of Functionally Optimized Coronary Intervention (FCI) – Barry F. Uretsky, et al.
Abstract Poster Session III
Belmont Ballroom 2-3
3:15 PM-4:00 PM
- Evaluation of microvascular dysfunction in patients with Takotsubo syndrome – Domenico Nobile, et al.
- Effect Of Ranolazine on prevention of PeriProcedural Myocardial Injury in Stable Angina Patients undergoing PCI – Sudeep Kumar, et al
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Abstract Poster Session IV
Belmont Ballroom 2-3
10:15 AM-11:00 AM
- Fractional Flow Reserve Versus Angiographically-guided Coronary Revascularization: A Meta-analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials – Arshi Naz, et al.
- Comparison of prognostic value of fractional flow reserve in deferred patients with normal FFR with normal FFR post-PCI patients with stable coronary artery disease – Mohammed Eid Madmani, et al.
- Instantaneous Wave-free Ratio (iFR) Correlates With Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) Assessment of Coronary Artery Stenosis in Children and Young Adults – Tam Doan,et al.
- The Drift-Reduction for Improved FFR Using Fiberoptic Technology (DRIFT) Study – Evan Shlofmitz, et al.
- Trends in use of intravascular pressure measurement of coronary arteries in the US between 2010-2014 – Dominika M Zoltowska, et al.
Featured Clinical Research, Part II
- 11:00 AM – A Global Registry of Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR)-Guided Management During Routine Clinical Procedures – Erick Schampaert
- 11:10 AM – Derivation and validation of Pd/Pa for the assessment of residual ischemia post intervention – a prospective all comer registry – Abdul Hakeem