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  • 1. New This Year!SCAI 2012 Stream lined S & All-N ch ew Lo edule cation : T Cosm heFall Fellows Courses o of La politan s Veg asDecember 5-8, 2012LAS VEGAS, NV ADULT INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY COURSE PROGRAM DIRECTORS Ted Feldman, MD, FSCAI Zoltan G. Turi, MD, FSCAI CONGENITAL / STRUCTURAL HEART DISEASE INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY COURSE PROGRAM DIRECTOR Ziyad M. Hijazi, MD, MPH, FSCAI PRELIMINARY PROGRAM The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions www.SCAI.org/Fellows
  • 2. SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses COURSE OVERVIEW The SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses will provide an engaging, informal and relaxing environment in which attendees can interact with internationally recognized faculty. Attendees of the course will gain an in depth knowledge of indications, techniques, and expected outcomes for interventional cardiac, carotid, and endovascular procedures. The program will present a variety of practical case-based content as well as material of immediate value to attendees as they plan their post-fellowship practices. PROGRAM DIRECTORS TARGET AUDIENCE This program is designed for fourth Ted Feldman, MD, FSCAI year interventional cardiology fel- Co-Director, Adult Interventional Cardiology Fellows Course Evanston Hospital lows and third and fourth year pe- Evanston, IL diatric cardiology fellows interested in cardiac catheterization. Zoltan G. Turi, MD, FSCAI *If you are you a fellow from Co-Director, Adult Interventional Cardiology Fellows Course outside of the U.S. or Canada, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School please contact Stephanie Hubka Camden, NJ at SHubka@scai.org for more information on how you can at- Ziyad M. Hijazi, MD, MPH, FSCAI tend. Director, Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Interventional Cardiology Fellows Course Rush Center for Congenital & Structural Heart Disease Chicago, IL REGISTRATION, TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATIONS Travel & Hotel Accommodations In order to attend the Fall Fellows Courses, interventional fellows-in- Schola training must receive a Fall Fellows Scholarship. The scholarship includes: r Applica ship • Complimentary Tuition for the Course Process tion Opens JULY 16 • Complimentary Hotel Stay (up to four nights) • Airfare up to $500 (from the U.S. and Canada) The SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses will take place at: Apply on line The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas www.SCA at 3708 South Las Vegas Boulevard | Las Vegas, NV 89109 I.o Fellows rg / Registration SCAI will begin accepting Fall Fellows Scholarship applications at www.SCAI.org/ SCAI.org / g Fellows beginning July 16. The application deadline is September 14.2 General Information
  • 3. Preparing the FUTURE of Interventional CardiologyLEARNING OBJECTIVES INVITED FACULTYAdult Interventional Cardiology Fellows Course Adult Interventional • Discuss interventional strategies for the treatment of patients with ca- Cardiology Fellows Course rotid, iliofemoral, renal, and aortic disease. Steven R. Bailey, MD, FSCAI • Present state-of-the-art management of acute myocardial infarctions. Theodore A. Bass, MD, FSCAI • Describe optimal techniques for coronary and peripheral interventional Michael J. Cowley, MD, FSCAI treatments. Larry S. Dean, MD, FSCAI • Diagnose and assess patients with coronary or peripheral vascular disease. John S. Douglas, MD, FSCAI • Integrate various forms of therapy into future clinical practice to mini- Evelyne Goudreau, MD, FSCAI mize complications in coronary and peripheral vascular interventions. James B. Hermiller, MD, FSCAI • Present catheter-based therapies for structural and valvular heart disease. Clifford J. Kavinsky, MD, FSCAI • Identify optimal strategies for management of interventional complica- tions. Morton J. Kern, MD, FSCAI • Review approaches to complex coronary subsets (e.g., saphenous vein John R. Laird, MD, FSCAI graft, bifurcations lesions, coronary lesions etc.) John M. Lasala, MD, PhD, FSCAI • List optimal techniques for unprotected left main coronary stenting. J. Jeffrey Marshall, MD, FSCAI • Integrate pharmacology and endovascular devices in the management Daniel McCormick, DO, FSCAI of acute myocardial infarctions. Issam D. Moussa, MD, FSCAICongenital/Structural Heart Disease Jeffrey J. Popma, MD, FSCAI Ramon Quesada, MD, FSCAIInterventional Cardiology Fellows Course Stephen R. Ramee, MD, FSCAI • Understand the complete hemodynamic assessment of congenital car- diac defects, including left to right shunt and right to left shunt lesions. Jonathan M. Tobis, MD, FSCAI George W. Vetrovec, MD, FSCAI • Understand the various aspects of angiographic assessment of congeni- tal cardiac defects and the best angiographic projections for each defect. Bonnie H. Weiner, MD, FSCAI • Understand the proper radiation protection measures for the patients Congenital / Structural and operators in the cath lab. Heart Disease • Understand how to stock the cardiac cath lab with appropriate equip- ment and tools so that a procedure can be done effectively. Interventional Cardiology • Learn the essential echocardiographic assessments of various interven- Fellows Course tional therapeutic procedures (ASD’s / PDA’s / VSD’s / AS / PS / etc.). Thomas E. Fagan, MD, FSCAI • Learn step-by-step how to close ASD’s using various devices. Craig E. Fleishman, MD • Learn step-by-step how to close PDA’s using approved devices/coils. Daniel H. Gruenstein, MD, FSCAI William E. Hellenbrand, MD, FSCAI • Learn how to perform effective balloon valvuloplasty of the aortic and pulmonic valves. Eric Horlick, MD, FSCAI • Learn how to perform embolization therapies for AP collateries, coro- Frank F. Ing, MD, FSCAI nary AV fistulas, pulmonary AVM’s etc. Clifford J. Kavinsky, MD, FSCAI • Learn the various diseases that present in adults with congenital heart Daniel S. Levi, MD, FSCAI disease and their management. Jonathan J. Rome, MD, FSCAI • Learn how to perform pericardiocentesis. • Learn how to perform myocardial biopsies. SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses 3
  • 4. SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses WEDNESDAY December 5, 2012 7:00 AM BREAKFAST FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERVENTIONAL EQUIPMENT SELECTION 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM 8:30 AM Guidewires, Guide Catheters, and Balloons 9:00 AM Stent BasicsAdult Schedule 9:30 AM Access and Closure 9:40 AM Case Presentation: Poor Guide Catheter Support 9:50 AM Case Presentation: Tortuous Anatomy, Proximal Calcification, Diffuse Disease 10:00 AM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS PCI: LEFT MAIN & MULTI-VESSEL 10:30 AM – NOON 10:30 AM SYNTAX 4 Year Results 10:40 AM EXCEL Randomized Comparison of PCI vs. CABG for Low / Intermediate Risk LM: Study Rationale 10:52 AM Techniques for LM Stenting 11:07 AM Case Presentation: UPLM 11:27 AM Case Presentation: UPLM 11:47 AM Summary / Q&A NOON LUNCH – VISIT EXHIBITS VALVE & STRUCTURAL THERAPY 1: Aortic 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM 1:30 PM Case Selection for AVR vs. TAVR 1:45 PM TAVR Trial Outcomes 2:00 PM Femoral Access and Closure for TAVR 2:15 PM Case Presentation: TAVI 2:30 PM Case Presentation: TAVI 2:45 PM Summary / Q&A 3:00 PM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS 4 Adult Interventional Cardiology Schedule
  • 5. Adult Interventional Cardiology Schedule *Agenda is tentative and subject to changeWEDNESDAY December 5, 2012 (Continued) FLAUNTING THE GUIDELINES & APPROPRIATENESS CRITERIA 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM 3:30 PM PCI Guideline Essentials for Understanding the Appropriateness Criteria 3:50 PM What’s Good About the Appropriateness Criteria 4:00 PM What’s Not So Good About the Appropriateness Criteria Adult Schedule 4:10 PM Case Presentation: Multivessel Guided by FFR RADIAL ACCESS 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM 4:30 PM Radial Basics 4:42 PM RIVAL and the Evidence Base 4:54 PM Managing Radial Complications 5:06 PM Case Presentation 5:18 PM Summary / Q&A 6:00 PM WELCOME RECEPTION IN THE EXHIBIT HALLTHURSDAY December 6, 2012 7:00 AM BREAKFAST SUPPORT TECHNOLOGIES & HIGH RISK INTERVENTION 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM 8:30 AM Mechanics of Support Devices 8:45 AM Support Trials: PROTECT & CRISP AMI 9:00 AM Debate: High Risk PCI Needs Prophylactic Support 9:07 AM Debate: Prophylactic Support Increases Risk With Little Benefit 9:15 AM Case Presentation: Prophylactic Support 9:30 AM Case Presentation: Bailout Support 9:45 AM Summary / Q&A 10:00 AM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses 5
  • 6. SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses THURSDAY December 6, 2012 (Continued) VALVE & STRUCTURAL THERAPY 2: Transeptal & Mitral 10:30 AM – NOON 10:30 AM Transseptal Basics 10:42 AM PTMC 10:54 AM MitraClip TherapyAdult Schedule 11:06 AM MR Devices: The Next Wave 11:18 AM Paravalvular Leaks 11:30 AM Case Presentation: MitraClip 11:42 AM Summary / Q&A NOON LUNCH – VISIT EXHIBITS ENDOVASCULAR 1: Carotids & Renals 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM 1:30 PM CREST & The Rest 1:45 PM Carotid Technologies and Protection 2:00 PM Renal Stenting 2:15 PM Case Presentation: Carotid With Proximal Protection 2:30 PM Case Presentation: Renals 2:45 PM Summary / Q&A 3:00 PM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS STEMI - ACS: Shock 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM 3:30 PM ACS / NSTEMI: When to Intervene and When Not? 3:45 PM STEMI 4:00 PM Transfers, Facilitated, and Rescue PCI for AMI 4:15 PM Adjunctive Therapy for PCI 4:30 PM Shock 4:45 PM Case Presentation: STEMI-ACS-Shock 5:00 PM Case Presentation: STEMI-ACS-Shock 5:15 PM Summary / Q&A 5:30 PM ADJOURN 6 Adult Interventional Cardiology Schedule (Continued)
  • 7. Adult Interventional Cardiology Schedule *Agenda is tentative and subject to changeFRIDAY December 7, 2012 7:00 AM BREAKFAST ENDOVASCULAR 2: Lower Extremity 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM 8:30 AM Equipment Basics 8:42 AM Iliacs and Femorals Adult Schedule 8:54 AM Limb Salvage 9:06 AM Case Presentation: Limb Salvage 9:18 AM Case Presentation: CTO Iliac 9:30 AM Case Presentation: Subclavian 9:42 AM Summary / Q&A 10:00 AM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS ANTI-PLATELET & ANTI-THROMBOTIC THERAPIES 10:30 AM – NOON 10:30 AM Intra-Procedural Anticoagulation for PCI 10:50 AM Guideline Review: Antiplatelet Therapy After PCI 11:10 AM Measurement of Antiplatelet Therapeutic Efficacy 11:30 AM Choice of Antiplatelet Agents 11:50 AM Summary / Q&A NOON LUNCH – VISIT EXHIBITS VALVE & STRUCTURAL THERAPY 3: ASD & PFO 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM 1:30 PM ASD Basics: Indications and Approaches 1:48 PM Why Treat PFO? 2:00 PM Why Not Treat PFO? 2:12 PM Case Presentation: Simple ASD 2:27 PM Case Presentation: Complex ASD 2:42 PM Case Presentation: PFO Case Examples 2:57 PM Summary / Q&A 3:00 PM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses 7
  • 8. SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses FRIDAY December 7, 2012 (Continued) GETTING OUT OF TROUBLE: Pericardiocentesis, Snares, Broken Wires, Embolized Devices 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM 3:30 PM Preventing Complications in the First Place 3:45 PM Complications Overview 4:00 PM PericardiocentesisAdult Schedule 4:15 PM Embolized Devices and Retrievals 4:30 PM Fix Your Own Mess 4:45 PM Case Presentation: Getting Out of Trouble 5:00 PM Case Presentation: Getting Out of Trouble 5:15 PM Summary / Q&A 5:30 PM ADJOURN SATURDAY December 8, 2012Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Schedule 7:00 AM BREAKFAST MY BEST CASE OF THE YEAR 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM 10:00 AM BREAK MY WORST CASE OF THE YEAR 10:30 AM – NOON NOON ADJOURN 8 Adult Interventional Cardiology Schedule (Continued)
  • 9. Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Interventional Cardiology Schedule *Agenda is tentative and subject to changeWEDNESDAY December 5, 2012 7:00 AM BREAKFAST 8:00 AM Welcome: Course Overview 8:10 AM The Working Pediatric Catheter Lab 8:35 AM Things We Use in the Cath Lab: Catheters Wires, Balloons, Stents, Devices, Etc. 9:00 AM Preparation for the Case, Monitoring, Nursing Staff, Anesthesia / Sedation 9:25 AM Vascular Access Including Transhepatic 9:40 AM Vascular Closure Techniques 9:55 AM Q&A 10:00 AM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS 10:30 AM Fluoroscopy and Radiation Exposure 10:50 AM Hemodynamic Assessment: Everything We Do in the Cath Lab 11:25 AM The Art of Angiography: Diagnostic Needs, Interventional Projections, Locations, Etc. 11:45 AM Diagnostic Cardiac Caths: Pre Glenn, Pre Fontan … What are We Looking For? 12:15 PM LUNCH – VISIT EXHIBITS Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Schedule 1:35 PM Cardiac Catheterization Complications: How to Avoid, Think, and Manage! THE ATRIAL SEPTUM: Opening the Septum 2:00 PM – 2:50 PM 2:00 PM Balloon Septostomy, Blade, Dilation 2:25 PM RF, Stents, and Trans-Septal 2:50 PM Q&A 3:00 PM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses 9
  • 10. SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses WEDNESDAY December 5, 2012 (Continued) THE PULMONARY VALVE: Stenosis / Atresia / Regurgitation Open It or Resurrect It: From Echo to Intervention 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM 3:30 PM Echo Assessment of the Pulmonary Valve in Stenosis / Atresia and Regurgitation 3:50 PM Balloon Valvuloplasty / RF Perforation for Patients with Critical PS and / or PA / IVS 4:15 PM Pulmonary Valve Implantation: Using the Edwards Sapien Valve – Indications, Evaluation, and Technical Aspects 4:35 PM Pulmonary Valve Implantation: Using the Medtronic Melody Valve – Indications, Technique, and Outcome 5:00 PM Q&A 6:00 PM WELCOME RECEPTION IN THE EXHIBIT HALL THURSDAY December 6, 2012 7:00 AM BREAKFASTCongenital / Structural Heart Disease Schedule THE AORTIC VALVE: Stenosis / Regurgitation Open It or Resurrect It 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM 8:00 AM Echocardiographic Assessment of AS / AR 8:20 AM Balloon Aortic Valvuloplasty in Infants and Children: Indications, Technique, and Outcome 8:45 AM Balloon Aortic Valvuloplasty in the Fetus 9:05 AM Case Demonstration: Technical Aspects EMBOLIZATION THERAPY: APC, Coronary, PAVM, Etc. 9:30 AM – 10:00 AM 9:30 AM APC’s and Coronary Artery Fistulas 9:45 AM PAVMS’s and Venovenous Collaterals 10:00 AM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS 10 Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Interventional Cardiology Schedule (Continued)
  • 11. Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Interventional Cardiology Schedule *Agenda is tentative and subject to changeTHURSDAY December 6, 2012 (Continued) ASD’S / PFO’S: Echo-Closure in Children Table demonstration of all available devices 10:30 AM – NOON 10:30 AM Echo Assessment of the Atrial Septum 10:45 AM Device Closure of ASD in Children – Using the Amplatzer Devices: Indications and Catheter Preparations, Technique, and Outcome 11:05 AM Closure of ASDs – Using Helex Devices 11:25 AM Complications During Device Closure 11:40 AM Case Demonstrations Noon LUNCH – VISIT EXHIBITS ICE & TEE MONITORING IN CATH LAB 2:15 PM – 3:30 PM 2:15 PM TEE for ASD / PFO Closure 2:40 PM ICE monitoring for ASD’s / PFO’s 3:05 PM Q&A Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Schedule 3:30 PM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS VSD’S: Echo-Closure Table demonstration of all available devices 4:00 PM – 5:45 PM 4:00 PM Echo Evaluation of the Ventricular Septum 4:25 PM Transcatheter Closure of Muscular and PmVSD 4:50 PM Perventricular Closure of Muscular VSD 5:15 PM Q&A 5:45 PM ADJOURN SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses 11
  • 12. SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses FRIDAY December 7, 2012 7:00 AM BREAKFAST PDA’S: Angio Assessment & Closure 8:40 AM – 10:00 AM 8:40 AM Closure Using Coils: Indications, Technique, and Outcome 9:05 AM Closure Using Devices: Indications, Technique, and Outcome 9:30 AM Q&A 10:00 AM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS THE ADULT WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE 10:30 AM – 11:10 AM 10:30 AM Evaluation and Management of Simple Diseases That Can Present As Adult 10:45 AM Evaluation and Management of Complex Disease BRANCH PULMONARY ARTERIES – STENOSIS: Angioplasty-Cutting Balloons & Stents 11:10 AM – NOON 11:10 AM Angioplasty – Conventional and Cutting Balloons: Indications, Preparations, Technique, and Outcome 11:30 AM Stent Implantation for PPS: Indications, Types of Stents, Technique of Deployment, Complications,Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Schedule and Outcome 11:50 AM Case Demonstration NOON LUNCH – VISIT EXHIBITS COARCTATION OF THE AORTA: Angioplasty, Stents, Etc. 2:00 PM – 3:20 PM 2:00 PM Infants and Children: Indications (Guidelines), Technique, and Outcome 2:25 PM Adults: Indications, Technique, and Outcome 2:50 PM Case Demonstration 3:20 PM BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS 3:30 PM Retrieval Techniques: Snares, Baskets, Bioptomes 3:45 PM Case Demonstration of Retrieval Technique 12 Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Interventional Cardiology Schedule (Continued)
  • 13. Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Interventional Cardiology Schedule *Agenda is tentative and subject to changeFRIDAY December 7, 2012 (Continued) HLHS 4:10 PM – 5:00 PM 4:10 PM Echo Assessment 4:25 PM Septostomy: Indications, Technique, and Outcome 4:40 PM Hybrid Management: Indications, Technique for Stage 1, and Outcome 5:00 PM Patients on ECMO: Role of the Cath Lab 5:25 PM Q&A 5:40 PM ADJOURNSATURDAY December 8, 2012 7:00 AM BREAKFAST 8:30 AM Myocardial Biopsy Congenital / Structural Heart Disease Schedule 8:50 AM Pericardiocentesis: Adult Patients 9:05 AM Pericardiocentesis: Pediatric Patients 9:20 AM Presentation of Cases by Fellows 10:30 AM BREAK 11:00 AM Balloon Aortic Valvuloplasty and TAVR: Indications, Technique, and Outcome 11:30 AM Device Closure of ASD’s and PFO’s: Considerations, Technical Tips, and Outcome NOON ADJOURN SCAI 2012 Fall Fellows Courses 13
  • 14. Interventional Fellows Institute www.InterventionalFellowsInstitute.com• Cath Lab Basics • Acute Myocardial Infarction and • Patient- and Lesion-Specific Thrombus Approaches• Valvular, Structural, and Congenital Heart Disease • Coronary Stenting: Drug-Eluting • Cardiac Imaging Stents• Intracoronary Imaging and • Peripheral Vascular Disease Physiology • Advanced PCI Techniques and Devices • Carotid Artery Disease• Coronary Stenting • High-Risk Groups and • Basic Science Concepts for the• Anticoagulation in the Cath Lab Complications Interventional Cardiologist For more information on the Interventional Fellows Institute, visit: www.InterventionalFellowsInstitute.com The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions www.SCAI.org/eLearning
  • 15. SCAI Fellow-in-Training Membership Application The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions • (800) 992-7224 • Fax (800) 863-5202 2400 N Street, NW Suite 604 • Washington, DC 20037-1153 • www.SCAI.org • www.SecondsCount.org BECOME A MEMBER TODAY FOR FREE CONTACT INFORMATIONName (Last, First, MI): Gender:  Male  FemaleOrganization: Degree:  MD  PhD  DO  MBBS  OtherAddress (This is where your journal will be mailed-check one):  Business  HomeCity: State: Zip: Country:Email: Fax: RequiredPhone: Mobile: APPLICANT AGREEMENT  SIGN ME UP! I would like to become an SCAI Fellow-in-Training Member for FREE. SCAI Fellow-in-Training members receive a FREE online sub- scription to Catheterization & Cardiovascular Interventions (CCI).  I am currently in an interventional training program. Verification of training dates required. Start Date: End Date: I hereby consent to the release by any hospital, educational institution, governmen- tal agency, physician, professional society, or other person possessing or requiring the same whether or not listed above, of any and all information in any way per- taining to my personal character, training, experience, or professional competence. I hereby release from any liability any and all individuals and organizations or their authorized representatives who provide this information in good faith and with- out malice subject to this consent. I hereby release from all liability The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions and any and all individuals for their acts performed in good faith and without malke in connection with evaluating my application and my creden- tials and qualifications. I hereby certify that all information recorded on this application and any at- tached documents is accurate and supports my qualifications for membership in The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions for which I now apply. I hereby agree that The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Inter- ventions may verify any of the above data. If approved for membership, I agree to conform to the Constitution and Bylaws of the Society (available upon request). Signature: Date: SCAI staff will follow up with you for missing documentation 2012 Fellows Preliminary Program MAIL SCAI FAX ONLINE QUESTIONS? 2400 N Street NW, Suite 604 (800) 863-5202 www www.SCAI.org/JOIN Call (800) 992-SCAI Washington, DC 20037-1153
  • 16. Emerging Therapies PV InterventionsPERIPHERAL SESSIONSAdvances in Platelet InhibitionRCIS Review Course Orlando,Transradial Mini-Course SCAI 2013 Mullins’ Lecture Guidelines Update Transradial Mini-Course FL | May 8-11, 2013 HIGH RISKAbstract Poster Sessions Featuring:Structural Heart Disease PCIMaintenance of Certification STROKE INTERVENTIONCarotid Artery Stenting I Blew It! Sess C3 CHANGING STUDIES SUMMIT ®TOP PRACTICE Interventional Fellows 11 Annual th Complex Coronary Complications (C3) Summit CASE REVI MOCCongenitalthe FUTURE of Interventional Where Heart Disease SaveFounders’ can only attendis Shaped this year, make sure it’s Cardiology Lecture fellows course Breaking Clinical LateC3 SUMMIT , held T on Yo the Dates ur Ca lenda SCAI 2 r! If you one 013C3 Summit for with SCAI 2013 Scientific Sessions. The world’s in conjunction Interventional Fellows Case Stu the Best of the Best. Make sure it is SCAI’s ® premiere figures in interventional cardiology will be there. Ma y 8-11EARLY CAREER SYMPOSIUM 2013 , Shouldn’t YOU? PEDIATRIC INTERVENTRCIS Review CourseTransradial Mini-CourseAbstract Poster Sessions HIGH RISKStructural Heart Disease PCIMaintenance of Certification STROKE INTERVENTIONCarotid Artery Stenting I Blew It! Sess The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions www.SCAI.org/SCAI2013

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