Expert Views on 3D Planning for Interventional Cardiology
By Prof. Van Mieghem and Dr. Ooms
The adoption of 3D planning in the modern medical setting is inevitable. 3D models derived from CT scans use automation to offer patient assessment and pre-procedural planning in a more intuitive, accurate, and consistent way.
In this webinar, Prof. Van Mieghem and Dr. Ooms from the Erasmus University Medical Center explain the principles of 3D planning and share how 3D planning provides unprecedented insights for complex structural heart interventions.
In this webinar, you will learn:
The basic principles of 3D planning and how to approach 3D planning for structural heart interventions
Tips and tricks for leveraging 3D planning based on CT for structural heart interventions
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Dr. Nicolas Van Mieghem
MD, PhD, FESC, FACC Erasmus UMC, The Netherlands
Dr. Nicolas Van Mieghem is professor of interventional cardiology in the department of interventional cardiology at the Thoraxcenter, Erasmus Medical Center and Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology. He is a principal investigator and steering committee member in multiple ongoing international trials evaluating various coronary and transcatheter valve technologies. So far, he has published and co-authored approximately 130 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals.
MD Erasmus UMC, The Netherlands
Joris Ooms, MD, is a PhD candidate in interventional cardiology at the Thoraxcenter of the Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He is involved in multiple research projects for the structural heart program including the implementation of advanced pre-procedural planning methods into clinical practice.