Structural heart interventions series. 2) Mitral and tricuspid valves: What, how, when?
A series on structural heart interventions, this talk aims to understand the anatomy of mitral and tricuspid valves, anatomical procedural considerations.
An overview of the update on current practice (guidelines) and imaging modalities is presented whilst aligned with patient section criteria and illustrating procedural techniques and case studies.
- Update on current guidelines.
- Imaging for transcatheter edge-to-edge repair considerations.
- Anatomical correlations aid better understanding and assessment of the heart pathology as seen on imaging.
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.
Find out more about Professor Ho, her clinical expertise, research interests and teaching here.
Dr Alison Duncan is an associate specialist in cardiology, specialising in transthoracic and transoesophageal cardiac imaging, cardiac physiology, intra-operative and transcatheter valve intervention.
Learn more about Dr Duncan’s research interests, publications and teaching here.
Dr Robert Smith is a consultant interventional cardiologist, specialising in invasive procedure including coronary angioplasty, transcatheter mitral and tricuspid valve intervention, pacemakers and alcohol septal ablation.
Discover more about Dr Smith’s clinical expertise, research interests and teaching here.
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