Newsletter 23

Dear Colleague,

On the 29th September 2014, Radcliffe Cardiology filmed an expert roundtable discussion, comprised of 3 sessions, focused on the emerging field of Transcatheter Mitral Valve Implantation (TMVI). The third and final session focuses on the exciting, emerging field of transcatheter mitral valve interventions. The expert panel discuss both Redo & De Novo implantation, available and emerging technologies, procedural limitations, success rates, complications and patient selection.

TMVI Roundtable - Session 3 - Redo & De Novo Implantation

TMVI Roundtable - Session 3 - Redo & De Novo Implantation

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Discussants for this session include: Simon Kennon (Chair), Georg Lutter, Neil E Moat, Darren Mylotte, Lars Søndergaard & Nina Wunderlich.

The dissemination of this roundtable footage has been supported by Philips Healthcare. Philips Healthcare has had no involvement or influence in the organisation of this roundtable or the topics discussed

As an adjunct the TMVI roundtable, ICR Editor-in-Chief Simon Kennon interviewed Mr. Vinayak Bapat (Guys and St. Thomas's Hospital, London, UK) on his unique first-in-human experience with the Fortis Mitral Transcatheter Heart Valve.

ICR Interview: The Fortis Mitral Transcatheter Heart Valve - First-In-Human Experience (PCR London Valves)

ICR Interview: The Fortis Mitral Transcatheter Heart Valve - First-In-Human Experience (PCR London Valves)

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We hope that you enjoy the footage and find it useful for your clinical development.

Dr Simon Kennon, Editor-in-Chief

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