Advanced 3D simulation, modeling and printing in TMVR
Prof. Thomas Modine, MD, PhD, MBA, Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeon CHU de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France
As part of the CSI virtual webinar series, Prof. Modine from the CHU de Bordeaux presented on advanced 3D simulation, modeling and printing in TMVR.
3D-CT planning provides enhanced 3D insights, and its use of AI allows for consistent and efficient planning. Its automatic method is proven to reduce neo-LVOT assessment time by between 67% and 87%* and provide a more consistent neo-LVOT prediction (ICC= 0.99) than traditional CT planning (ICC = 0.89)**.
Augment the predictability, trust the outcome.
Watch this webinar to:
Understand why TMVR is here to stay
Learn how to approach TMVR CT screening and device selection, using, Sapien, Tendyne, Intrepid, or Cephea devices
Explore how 3D-CT planning can impact the screen failure rate for TMVR
Investigate the accuracy of 3D-CT planning, compared to post-op results
*Ward et al., A More Efficient Method of Patient Evaluation for TMVR: Planning for Best- and Worst-Case Position, JACC, 2019
**Wang et al., A More Reliable Method for Predicting Neo-LVOT Obstruction after TMVR, JACC, 2018
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Thomas Modine, MD, PhD
University Hospital Center (CHU) of Bordeaux, France
Prof. Thomas Modine is a cardiovascular surgeon in the Heart Valve Unit of the University Hospital Center (CHU) in Bordeaux. He has acquired a PhD and MBA and is experienced in TAVI, TMVR, minimally invasive surgery, and valve-sparing techniques. Dr. Modine is interested in aortic valve complex, bioengineering, beating heart surgery, hybrid approaches, TAVI, and TMVR.