Structural heart intervention series. 3) Pulmonary Valve: what, how, when?
This talk focuses on the pulmonary valve, looking at what, how, when to take intervention by a transcatheter approach. It explores the anatomy, guidelines, and imaging of the pulmonary valve, whilst illustrating procedural techniques and case studies.
- Understand anatomy of the pulmonary valve, anatomical procedural considerations
- Update on current guidelines
- Imaging for percutaneous pulmonary valve implantation
- To illustrate procedural technique, case studies and emerging transcatheter options
Dr Ee Ling Heng is an adult congenital and structural interventional cardiologist specialising in structural and ACHD interventional procedures.
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Professor S Yen Ho is a consultant cardiac morphologist, studying the structure of the heart to better understand congenital and pathological cardiac anatomy.
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Professor Wei Li is a consultant in adult congenital heart disease echocardiography and has acquired over 20 years’ experience in the fields.
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Dr Thomas Semple is a paediatric and cardiothoracic radiologist and clinical lead for congenital cardiac computed tomography (CT).
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Dr Aleksander Kempny is a consultant cardiologist and lead consultant for ACHD and PH catheter interventions.
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Professor Alain Fraisse is a consultant paediatric cardiologist, specialising in interventional catheterisation and echocardiography in children and adults with congenital heart disease.
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Professor Shakeel Qureshi is a consultant paediatric cardiologist. His achievements include interventions in congenital heart disease and co-invention of a balloon used widely for intervention (Tyshak balloon).
Learn more about Professor Shakeel Qureshi’s clinical expertise and education here.
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