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The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions - SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions

  1. 1. Emerging Therapies PV Interventi PERIPHERAL SESSIONS Mullins’ Lect Guidelines SCAI 2014Upd Advances in Platelet Inhibition RCIS Review Course Transradial Mini-Course Transradial Mini-Course Las Vegas | May 28-31, 2014 Abstract Poster Sessions HIGH RIS Structural Heart of the Best in PCI 37 Years of the Best Disease Maintenance of Certification STROKE INTERVENTIONS INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY Carotid Artery Stenting I Blew It! Ses TOP PRACTICE CHANGING STUDIES MOC Program Chair Morton J. Kern, MD, FSCAI Transradial Mini-Course Congenital Heart Disease Founders’ Lecture CASE REVIEW Program Co-Chairs Michael R. Jaff, DO, FSCAI Roxana Mehran, MD, FSCAI Congenital Heart Disease Program Co-Chairs Late Breaking Clinical Matthew J. Gillespie, MD, FSCAI Doff B. McElhinney, MD, FSCAI Case Preliminary Program Stu PEDIATRIC INTERVENTIONS C3 Summit for Interventional Fellows EARLY CAREER SYMPOSIUM RCIS Review Course www.SCAI.org/SCAI2014
  2. 2. Abstract Poster Sessions I Blew It! Sessions PERIPHERAL SESSIONS Congenital Heart Disease CA General dvances in Platelet Inhibition STROKE INTERVENTIONS P Information RCIS Review Course Transradial Mini-Course Introduction Late Breaking Keynote Speakers SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions will deliver the Best of the Best in Interventional and Invasive Cardiology Education to interventional and invasive cardiologists, fellowsin-training, other cardiovascular physicians, cath lab nurses, technologists, and staff. With an emphasis on nurturing an intimate, interactive, case-based atmosphere for learning, this program will provide a dynamic mix of case reviews, cutting edge presentations, review of recent trials, focused, interactive workshops and symposia, as well as the presentation of data from late-breaking clinical trials and abstracts. All will be presented by an international faculty of the biggest names in the field demonstrating state-of-the-art practice of interventional therapies. SCAI 2014 will be organized into the following tracks: general, quality improvement, coronary, peripheral, structural and congenital. In addition to structured mini-symposia focusing on transradial interventions, CTO, CLI, TAVR and more, the program features programs designed for early-career interventionalists as well as hemodynamics and imaging symposia. Two entertaining evening functions will provide an opportunity for social interaction and networking among participants and faculty, including a Presidents’ Reception on Wednesday, May 28 and the Annual Reception on Friday, May 30. Satellite symposia will be conducted at various times throughout the conference. Continuing highlights of the program are the Founders’ Lecture, the Hildner Lecture, the Mullins Lecture, and C3 SUMMIT® for fellows-in-training. Founders’ Lecture Thursday, May 29, 2014 11:30 AM - Noon Martin B. Leon, MD, FSCAI Mullins Lecture Thursday, May 29, 2014 1:00 PM - 1:40 PM James E. Lock, MD Hildner Lecture Friday, May 30, 2014 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Patrick O’Gara, MD Educational Objectives The SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions learning objectives are: • Provide an overview of the latest science, challenges and opportunities within the field of interventional cardiology; • Discuss the safety and efficacy of newly developed devices and therapies in order to improve early and late procedural outcomes after coronary interventions; • Recognize the appropriate diagnostic studies for evaluation of acute coronary syndromes and review new approaches to nonsurgical management; • Emphasize the importance of implementing quality-based practices including appropriate use criteria, consistent documentation and assignment of quality champions; • Assess the latest techniques, technologies, and therapies for structural heart disease, congenital heart disease and peripheral vascular disease. Target Audience Educational Format SCAI 2014 represents a unique forum driven by issues of the day in invasive and interventional cardiology and are of special interest to: A distinguished faculty will conduct a fourday program that includes case reviews, lectures, comprehensive didactic sessions, interactive discussions, taped case presentations, and workshops. • Invasive and interventional cardiologists • Other specialty and general cardiologists • Fellows-in-training • Allied Health Professionals including cath lab nurses, technologists, technicians and staff 2 SCAI 2013 SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS 2014
  3. 3. Maintenance of Certification ASE REVIEWS PV Interventions Clinical Trials Structural Heart PERIPHERAL SESSIONS HIGH R Founders’ Lecture Mullins’ Lecture TOP PRACTICE CHANGING STUD Abstracts Program Committee An exciting array of abstracts will be presented at the conference. The top three abstracts will be selected by the Program Committee for special recognition. All presented abstracts will be printed in SCAI’s journal, Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions (CCI). The abstract submission deadline is December 18, 2013. Morton J. Kern, MD, FSCAI Program Chair Long Beach, CA Michael R. Jaff, DO, FSCAI Program Co-Chair Boston, MA Roxana Mehran, MD, FSCAI Program Co-Chair New York, NY Kenneth Rosenfield, MD, FSCAI Immediate Past Program Chair Boston, MA Matthew J. Gillespie, MD, FSCAI Congenital Heart Disease Program Chair Philadelphia, PA Doff B. McElhinney, MD, FSCAI Congenital Heart Disease Program Co-Chair New York, NY Jeffrey J. Popma, MD, FSCAI C3 Summit Chair Boston, MA Howard C. Herrmann, MD, FSCAI C3 Summit Co-Chair Philadelphia, PA Ruby Satpathy, MD, FSCAI C3 Summit Co-Chair Omaha, NE Kirk N. Garratt, MD, FSCAI Development Committee Chair New York, NY Timothy D. Henry, MD, FSCAI Development Committee Co-Chair Los Angeles, CA Robert J. Applegate, MD, FSCAI Moderated Case Session Chair Winston-Salem, NC For more information visit www.SCAI.org/SCAI2014. Accreditation / CME Credit Physicians: The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions Foundation is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions Foundation designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 22.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. International Physicians: The American Medical Association has determined that physicians not licensed in the US who participate in this CME activity are eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 credit™. Doctors of Osteopathy: Category 2 credit will be awarded for formal educational programs that are ACCME accredited or AAFP-approved. Physician Assistants: AAPA accepts Category I credit from AOACCME, Prescribed credit from AAFP, and AMA PRA Category 1 CME credit for the organizations accredited by ACCME. The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions is an accredited provider through the ACCME. Successful Completion Statement Certificates of Completion / Attendance are provided to registered attendees based upon completion of the evaluation. For questions regarding continuing medical education (CME) credits for this event, please email Sylvia Perez at SMPerez@SCAI.org. Hotel Accommodations Commercial Support SCAI 2014 will take place entirely at SCAI 2014 is being funded in part by educational grants from various commercial organizations. A complete list of commercial supporters and contributors will be published in the final program. Caesars Palace Las Vegas 3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 U.S.-based residents should call (866) 2275944 and reference ”SCSCA14” for the discounted room rate of $179 / night (plus taxes and fees). Non-U.S.-based residents, should call 1 (702) 731-7222 and ask for “Room Reservations.” Discount ends May 1, 2014. LAS VEGAS | | MAY 28-31, 2014 ORLANDO MAY 8-11, 2013 3
  4. 4. Abstract Poster Sessions I Blew It! Sessions PERIPHERAL SESSIONS Congenital Heart Disease CA Schedule dvances in Platelet Inhibition STROKE INTERVENTIONS P at a Glance RCIS Review Course Late Breaking Transradial Mini-Course Wednesday | May 28, 2014 CORONARY TRACK PERIPHERAL TRACK STRUCTURAL TRACK QUALITY IMPROVEMENT TRACK CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE SYMPOSIUM Cath Lab Leadership Boot Camp for All Attendees* (7:30 AM - 11:30 AM) Noon 1 PM SCAI 2014 Opening General Session Hemodynamics of Structural Heart Intervention Public Reporting The Future of Catheter-Based Valve Interventions in CHD Imaging for Structural Heart Disease AUC TAVI: Getting Started Radial Mini Symposium - Part 2: Advanced Aspects Interventional Strategies to Determine the Importance of the Lesion in PVD: How, When, and Why? i3 Intervention, Interaction & Input Part 1: Exceptional Challenges in Interventional Cardiology: Case Presentations Carotid and Cerebrovascular Intervention: Where is This Field Going? BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS 4 PM 5 PM Brainscratchers Vascular Medicine for the Interventional Cardiologist – A State-of-the-Art Primer: Establishing the Practice 2 PM 3 PM Ethics Symposium: Ethical Challenges in Interventional Medicine Radial Mini Symposium - Part 1 BREAK Lightening Rounds: Study and Registry Update Presidents’ Reception in Exhibit Hall (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM) 6 PM CHD CONCURRENT BREAKOUT SESSION: PICES - Young Interventional Session (4:30 PM - 5:30 PM) *Attendance of the Cath Lab Leadership Boot Camp for All Attendees is complimentary, but registration is required. Thursday | May 29, 2014 CORONARY TRACK PERIPHERAL TRACK STRUCTURAL TRACK QUALITY IMPROVEMENT TRACK CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE SYMPOSIUM 7 AM CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST – VISIT EXHIBITS 8 AM 9 AM Optimizing PCI Outcomes: Lesion Assessment - The “Must do’s” of FFR, IVUS and OCT and NIRS Vascular Medicine for the Interventional Cardiologist: A State-of-the-Art Primer: Lower Extremity Interventions From Clinical Trials to Clinical Practice: Review of the Best of the Best Appropriate Use in Vascular Intervention: Can We Come to Agreement? 10 AM 11 AM Mitral Valve Interventions Cath Lab Leadership Boot Camp for Physicians Catheterization Databases in CHD: Why Should We Enthusiastically Participate? Using Catheter-Based Therapy to Improve Fontan Physiology BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS PFO, ASD, LAA Closure: Where Do We Stand Today? SCAI-QIT Basics and Implementation Debate “Best of the Best” Abstracts Mullins Lecture General Session: Founders’ Lecture Noon LUNCH – VISIT EXHIBITS 1 PM 2 PM I3 - Intervention, Interaction & Input - Part 2: Complications, Nightmares & Saves Interventions for Critical Limb Ischemia: Viable or Foolish TAVR Mini Symposium - Part 1: The Essentials Complex PCI: Left Main, Multi-Vessel Venous Interventions: What Are the Opportunities? TAVR Mini Symposium - Part 2: Intermediate and Advanced 3 PM 4 PM Innovation in CHD Therapy BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS Performance Measures Abstracts Presentations - Part 1 5 PM 6 PM Cases Over Cocktails in Exhibit Hall (5:30 PM - 6:30 PM) BREAKFAST EVENTS: Breakfast with Benefits (7 AM - 8 AM) LUNCH EVENTS: Brown Bag Lunches (Noon - 1 PM) Session features a “Heart Team Approach” presentation focusing on education for Allied Health Professionals 4 I Blew It - Part 1 SCAI 2013 SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS 2014
  5. 5. Structural Heart Maintenance of Certification ASE REVIEWS PV Interventions Clinical Trials PERIPHERAL SESSIONS HIGH R Founders’ Lecture subject to change. Lecture Mullins’ Schedule is tentative and TOP PRACTICE CHANGING STUD Friday | May 30, 2014 CORONARY TRACK PERIPHERAL TRACK STRUCTURAL TRACK QUALITY IMPROVEMENT TRACK 7 AM C3 SUMMIT® CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE SYMPOSIUM C3 SUMMIT® for Fellows in Training Training Guidelines CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST – VISIT EXHIBITS 8 AM STEMI State of the Art 2014 9 AM 10 AM Vascular Medicine for the Interventional Cardiologist: A State-ofthe-Art Primer – Aortic, Renal and Mesenteric Interventions Vascular Access for TAVI and Other Understanding QI Registries (NCDR CathPCI) Abstracts Presentations - Part 2 BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS General Session: Hildner Lecture 11 AM How To Noon LUNCH – VISIT EXHIBITS 1 PM 2 PM Critical Options for PCI Management, Controversial Approaches (Case-Based) Arguments and Compromise: Great Debates in Vascular Intervention Complications for TAVI Procedures, Improving Safety Interventional Management of the Critically Ill Patient: Shock, Hemodynamic Support, Stent Thrombosis, IHF Jeopardy for the Vascular Interventionist: A Friendly Competition Structural Heart Nightmares and Saves: Best of the Past Year (Case-Based) 5 PM C3 SUMMIT® for Fellows in Training Abstract Presentations - Part 3 I Blew It - Part 2 3 PM 4 PM Payment Reform and Optimizing Value in PCI BREAK – VISIT EXHIBITS Military Medicine: Current State of Interventional Cardiology in the Armed Services and Affiliates C3 SUMMIT® for Fellows in Training Breakout Sessions: Update on SCAI Advocacy and Committees 6 PM BREAKFAST EVENTS: Breakfast with Benefits (7 AM - 8 AM) LUNCH EVENTS: Brown Bag Lunches (Noon - 1 PM) Saturday | May 31, 2014 CORONARY TRACK PERIPHERAL TRACK STRUCTURAL TRACK 7 AM CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 8 AM CTO Mini Symposium Why is the Kidney So Hot? Renal Intervention and Denervation ABIM MOC Learning Session Heart Team and SICP Program 9 AM 10 AM BREAK Heart Team and SICP Program 11 AM Noon LUNCH 1 PM Heart Team and SICP Program 2 PM 3 PM Session features a “Heart Team Approach” presentation focusing on education for Allied Health Professionals LAS VEGAS | | MAY 28-31, 2014 ORLANDO MAY 8-11, 2013 5
  6. 6. I Blew It! Sessions Congenital Heart Disease C3 SUMMIT CA ® P Late Breaking 12th Annual Interventional Fellows Complex Coronary Complications (C3) Summit Where the FUTURE of Interventional Cardiology is Shaped If you can only attend one fellows course this year, make sure it’s the Best of the Best. Make sure it’s SCAI’s C3 SUMMIT®, held in conjunction with SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions. The world’s premiere figures in interventional cardiology will be there. Shouldn’t YOU? Made possible by various educational grants, SCAI is able to provide interventional cardiology fellows-in-training (in their last year of training) with: • Complimentary registration for SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions (May 28-31) and C3 SUMMIT® (May 30). • Complimentary hotel accommodations during the SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions and the C3 SUMMIT®. • Lowest Coach airfare to / from Las Vegas up to $500. Hotel and airfare restrictions apply. www.SCAI.org/C3
  7. 7. Maintenance of Certification Structural Heart Sneak Preview ASE REVIEWS PERIPHERAL SESSIONS HIGH R of Highlights PV Interventions Founders’ Lecture Mullins’ Lecture Clinical Trials TOP PRACTICE CHANGING STUD If you can only attend one Interventional Cardiology education meeting this year, shouldn’t it be the Best of the Best? Shouldn’t it be: SCAI 2014 Las Vegas | May 28-31, 2014 Highlights: • NEW THIS YEAR! Increased focus on education for Allied Health Professionals including “Heart Team Approach” presentations and special “Heart Team & SICP Program” Saturday sessions • How the latest studies should affect your practice • NEW! Don’t miss SCAI’s unveiling of the Cath Lab Leadership Boot Camp sessions • Emerging and state-of-the-art therapies in structural and valvular heart disease • Focus on more intimate, interactive, case-based education • Examining the latest techniques and data in left main, neurovascular and peripheral interventions • Late breaking clinical trials • Interactive case reviews and taped live cases • Can’t miss opening general session • A faculty of the top names in interventional cardiology • Stand-alone tracks on structural, coronary, peripheral, quality improvement, and congenital interventions • Focused mini-symposium on transradial interventions, CTO, CLI, TAVR, and more • And much, much more! Late Breaking Clinical Trials SCAI’s LBCT results have been prominently featured in mainstream and trade media including: The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Washington Post, and The L.A. Times, fostering collegial education, dialogue and collaboration in topics important to interventional cardiology. Interested in presenting your clinical trial results at SCAI 2014? Visit www.SCAI.org/LBCT LAS VEGAS | | MAY 28-31, 2014 ORLANDO MAY 8-11, 2013 7
  8. 8. ongenital Heart Disease CASE REVIE Late Breaking Clinical Tri Wish You Could be in 2 (or 3 or 4) Places at Once? NOW YOU CAN Purchase SCAI 2014 Premium Registration and get immediate onsite access to all the SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions with SCAI 2014 On Demand Add On Demand fo Just $100 r SCAI 2014 On Demand captures all the SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions content, bringing you multimedia recreations with synchronized slides which you can view at your convenience, at home, or on your iPhone or iPad while you are on the go. *Sessions will be available in On Demand within 24 hours of presentation. Please note SCAI cannot guarantee 100% of the SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions presentations will be available on SCAI 2014 On Demand. SCAI 2014 On Demand will be available for access until May 1, 2015. Does not include SICP Saturday Workshops. PV Interventions www.SCAI.org/SCAI2014 Mullins’ Lectur
  9. 9. EWSSCAI 2014 Heart Disease CASE Congenital SCAI 2014 MOC ials Transradial Mini-Course Las Vegas | May 28-31, 2014 Las Vegas | May 28-31, 2014 Founders’ Lecture REGISTRATION FORM Late Breaking Clinic PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE Contact Information Name (First, MI, Last): Degree(s): Organization: Phone: E-mail: Mailing Address (r Home r Business): Registration Information Please circle the registration type you would like to purchase. All registrations include one Annual Reception ticket (*excluding One Day registrations) as well as complimentary continental breakfasts. Upgrade to PREMIUM registration to get Regular / Onsite Advance Deadline: Jan. 5, 2014 Deadline: Apr. 15, 2014 PREMIUM SCAI 2014 Early Bird PREMIUM On Demand PREMIUM SCAI Member Physician / Scientist $549 $649 $599 $699 $649 $749 Non-Member Physician / Scientist $849 $949 $899 $999 $949 $1049 Nurse / Technologist / Physician Assistant $449 $549 $499 $599 $549 $649 Federal Employees $349 $449 $399 $499 $449 $549 SCAI Fellow-in-Training Member $249 $349 $299 $399 $349 $449 Medical Student / Residents $149 $249 $199 $299 $249 $349 Non Medical: Industry / Consultant $899 $999 $949 $1049 $999 $1099 r Check here if you require special assistance to fully participate in the program. SCAI is committed to making this conference accessible to all individuals. Please attach a written description of any auxiliary aid(s) and/or service(s) as identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act you require. Dietary restrictions may also be indicated. Most requests can be accommodated if notification is received within two weeks prior to the conference start date. Call (800) 992-7224. Additional Annual Reception Tickets Payment Information Payment must accompany this application to be processed. Amount Paid: $ Paying by Check: r Mastercard (Make check payable to SCAI) Check #: Paying by Credit Card: Payment Date: r American Express Credit Card #: Exp. Date: r Visa CCV #: Name on Card: Signature: Refunds will only be given if written notification is received by April 15, 2014. No telephone cancellations will be accepted. Your refund will be issued less a $50 processing charge within 8 weeks after the meeting. Refunds will not be given to no-shows. Friday, May 30, 2014 SCAI 2014 attendees will receive one free ticket (excluding One Day registrants). Additional guests must purchase tickets in order to attend. r $100 (On / before April 16, 2014) r $150 (After April 16, 2014) SCAI 2014 attendees will need to RSVP onsite in order to attend the Reception. SCAI 2014 Preliminary Program s Emerging Therapies PV Interventio re PERIPHERAL SESSIONS Mullins’ Lect MAIL The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions Foundation QUESTIONS? ONLINE FAX SCAI 1100 17th Street NW Suite 330, Washington, DC 20036 • Fax: (866) 733-2576 • Phone: (800) 992-SCAI • Register Online: www.SCAI.org/SCAI2014 www.SCAI.org/SCAI2014 (866) 733-2576 Call (800) 992-7224 1100 17th Street NW, Suite 330 Washington, DC 20036
  10. 10. ome a y to bec Appl SCAI llow of Fe day! SCAI) to (F details bership Mem age. posite p on op Your Name, M.D., FSCAI Who knew 5 Simple Letters could say so much? The FSCAI Designation Tells Your Patients, Your Colleagues, and Your Hospital: • You’re an expert in your field with years of education and training. • You’re board certified or have extensive practice-based experience. • You’re aware of the latest technologies and practices as demonstrated by your commitment to continuous training and education. • You’re dedicated to the highest standards for patient care. • You’re part of an international effort leading the fight against cardiovascular disease. Tell your community and the world that you’re the Best of the Best with 5 Simple Letters: FSCAI Apply to become a Fellow of SCAI today! www.SCAI.org/FSCAI
  11. 11. SCAI Membership Application The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions Foundation • (800) 992-7224 • Fax (800) 863-5202 1100 17th Street NW, Suite 330 • Washington, DC 20036 • www.SCAI.org • www.SecondsCount.org CONTACT INFORMATION Name (Last, First, MI): Gender: r Male r Female Organization: Degree: r MD r PhD r DO r MBBS r Other Address (This is where your journal will be mailed-check one): r Business r Home City: State: Zip: Country: Email: Fax: Required Phone: Mobile: MEMBERSHIP TYPE US & CANADA APPLICANTS r Fellow-in-Training (online journal only) ......... FREE r Currently in an interventional training program. Verification required. Start Date: End Date: r Member ............................................................... $575 r Significant percent of time performing catheterization / interventions but not eligible for / desiring fellowship. Verification required. r Fellow (FSCAI) ........................................... $575 r Certified in interventional cardiology one year after training and 100+ interventions; -ORr Five years in practice and 2,000+ diagnostic and interventional procedures (400+ for pediatric). Verification required. r CV and two sponsorship letters required* r Advancement to Fellowship (current member only) .. $100 r Certified in interventional cardiology one year after training and 100+ interventions; -ORr Five years in practice and 2,000+ diagnostic and interventional procedures (400+ for pediatric). Verification required. r CV and two sponsorship letters required* INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS r International Fellow (FSCAI) ...................... $335 r Five years in practice and 2,000+ diagnostic and interventional procedures (400+ for pediatric). Verification required. r CV and two sponsorship letters required* r International Associate (online journal only) .......... $100 r Current member of a non-U.S. interventional society. Verification required. List Society: *Sponsorship letters required as follows: 1st letter from an SCAI fellow, 2nd letter from another interventional specialist. PAYMENT INFORMATION Amount: $ Payment Method: Check #: Make payable to SCAI r Mastercard r American Express r Visa Credit Card #: Exp. Date: Name on Card: CCV #: I hereby consent to the release by any hospital, educational institution, governmental 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 pertaining 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 without 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 malice in connection with evaluating my application and my credentials and qualifications. I hereby certify that all information recorded on this application and any attached 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 Interventions 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 MAIL SCAI 1100 17th Street NW, Suite 330 Washington, DC 20036 FAX (800) 863-5202 ONLINE SCAI 2014 Preliminary Program www.SCAI.org/JOIN QUESTIONS? Call (800) 992-7224
  12. 12. THE SOCIETY FOR CARDIOVASCULAR ANGIOGRAPHY AND INTERVENTIONS FOUNDATION 1100 17TH STREET NW, SUITE 330 WASHINGTON, DC 20036 SCAI 2014 Call for Abstracts Las Vegas, NV | May 28-31, 2014 Submission Deadline: December 18 Submit Your Abstract and present your research amongst the biggest names in Interventional Cardiology! • All presented abstracts will be printed in SCAI’s journal, Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions (CCI) • FREE submission on an assortment of topics • FREE meeting registration for the presenting author • Top 10 abstracts selected for oral presentation For more information on submitting your abstract, visit: • Top 3 abstracts receive “Best of the Best Abstracts Award” www.SCAI.org/SCAI2014 www.SCAI.org/SCAI2014

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