See how iFR Co-registration can change treatment decisions in comparison to angiographyThe use of iFR and now iFR Co-registration enables physicians to guide their decisions and interventions with clear physiologic data with regards to ischemia and flow limitations of specific lesions.
What are the best contrast reduction tools and techniques you use in your labs?AKI in today's lab is something that can be reduced when treating CKD patients by using the right tools and techniques to approach these fragile renal patients.
Functional guidance for PCI - imaging, physiology and co-registration practice integrationIn this virtual program, listen to Dr. Habib Samady and Dr. Catalin Toma review the most recent data highlighting the utilization of imaging, physiology and Co-registration to gain an understanding of ischemic pressure changes and key anatomic details which support precise PCI planning and optimization.
DEFINE PCI: A discussion of the 1-year results1 year results from the DEFINE PCI study: Residual ischemia and the value of physiologic guidance for PCI
Philips new OmniWire - making it easier to use physiology throughout the entire caseIn this program, participants will hear Dr. Mathews discuss and review his experience using the newest pressure wire OmniWire.
PCI guidance with physiology and Co-registrationIn this program, Dr. Jeremias reviews and discusses key elements of iFR, its value in many lesion sets to understand the ischemic profile of lesions along the coronary vasculature as well as iFR’s role in facilitating PCI planning strategies, particularly for serial, diffuse and long lesions.
Basic principles of coronary physiology and the emergence of resting pressure indicesRenowned coronary physiology researcher, lecturer and iFR pioneer Dr. Justin Davies presents a summary of physiologic assessment and resting pressure indices.
See clearly, treat optimally: using physiology and imaging to guide PCIUsing imaging and physiology to guide PCI. A live workshop case presentation from Baylor Scott& White Heart and Vascular Hospital- Plano, TX
Techniques and Pitfalls and FFR and iFR Measurements with Dr. Amir LermanCoronary physiology assessment now has a tremendous level of clinical data to support its use in today’s cath lab, but obtaining the most consistent and clinically accurate results is often questioned. Dr. Amir Lerman takes an almost algorithmic approach to these measurements in order to provide effective decision making tools to his practice.
Why should you use iFR Co-registration?iFR Co-registration graphically displays the iFR drop along the angiogram, highlighting which portion of the vessel is ischemic.
Advanced Physiologic GuidancePhysiologic lesion assessment not only identifies ischemia but can help to define and confirm optimal results post PCI. Click here to Learn More and hear from Experts
Resting Physiologic Assessment Post PCIIs physiologic guidance the solution to residual ischemia? A closer look at DEFINE PCI.