Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:
1 List transcatheter options to address heart valve pathology including aortic, mitral,
tricuspid, and pulmonic stenosis and regurgitation;
2 Describe the latest interventional techniques and therapies for structural heart disease and congenital heart disease;
3 Apply various diagnostic technologies including echocardiography, CT, and CMR to
guide management of valvular heart disease;
4 Compare and contrast radial and ulnar PCI approaches;
5 Describe available and emerging technologies to manage the left atrial appendage and how it can mitigate stroke;
6 Summarize the utility of new stent platforms;
7 Describe various techniques to treat complex pathology such as left main, bifurcation disease, and calcified lesions;
8 List the latest recommendations for management of CTO’s to optimize procedural
success while minimizing complications;
9 Review the variety of percutaneous ventricular support devices and clinical scenarios best suited for each device;
10 Summarize lessons learned from live and taped case presentations.