SCAI 2014 | Conference Coverage

New research is being presented at SCAI 2014, the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Intervetions annual scientific sessions, from May 28 to 31 in Las Vegas.

Meeting Highlights

Radial Access PCI for STEMI

Renal Artery Stenting Outcomes

Gender Differences Following Angioplasty 

 

News From the Meeting

Comparison of Lesion Level Decision Making in the Cath Lab Using Hyperemic and Non-Hyperemic Pressure Wire Derived Indices of Stenosis Severity: The VERIFY-2 Study

Effect of a Real Time Radiation Monitoring Device on Radiation Exposure During Cardiac Catheterization: The Radiation Reduction during Cardiac Catheterization Using Real Time Monitoring (RadiCure) Study

Diamondback 360° Coronary Orbital Atherectomy System for Treating De Novo, Severely Calcified Lesions: ORBIT II 1-Year Results and Cost Comparison to a Sample of Medicare Hospital Claims

3-Dimensional Quantitative Coronary Angiography Using Coronary Catheters as Objective Markers Reliably Unmasks Severe Occult Stenosis in Diffusely Diseased Vessels: New Results from the IQ-CATEGORIZE Lesions Study

SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions Hildner Lecture Tackles Looming Shortage of Interventional Cardiologists

Dr. Charles Chambers Inducted as 38th SCAI President

SCAI 2014 Lecture Highlights Why Tiny Hearts Need Big Innovations

SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions Founders’ Lectureto Emphasize the Next Phase of Innovation in Interventional Cardiology

Pediatric and Congenital Interventional Cardiologists Should Complete One Year of Additional Training

New SCAI Toolkit Guides Pediatric Cath Lab Quality Improvement

SCAI Publishes New Treatment Recommendations for Common Form of Peripheral Artery Disease

Online AUC App Is Fast, Easy Source of Real-Time Quality Data in Cath Lab

Smart Technology Plays Useful Role in Pediatric Interventional Cardiology

Smoking Makes Arterial Plaques More Vulnerable to Rupture

Studies Add Insight Into Heparin-Bivalirudin Controversy in PCI

New Study Supports Safety of PCI for Heart Attack in Hospitals Without Onsite Cardiac Surgery

Low-Income Heart Attack Patients Less Likely to Receive Timely Treatment with PCI, More Likely to Die

Heart Attack in Younger Women Deserves Increased Focus, Study Finds

Study in Children Shows How to Cut the Risk of a Blood Clot in Leg Artery During Cardiac Catheterization

First Time in Humans: Novel Venous Route Enables CoreValve Procedure in Patients with Severely Clogged Arteries

Google Glass in Spotlight at SCAI

 

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SCAI 2014 Tracks

Keynote Addresses

Late-Breaking Clinical Trials

Hotel Reservations

Cath Lab Leadership Boot Camp

Heart Team Approach Sessions

Satellite Events

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