"ANGIOLINE" organized the third training course on transcatheter prosthetics of the aortal valve
The Angioline company together with the National medical research center of a name of the academician E.N. Meshalkin conducted a new training course for doctors from Novosibirsk, Moscow, Ufa, Tyumen, Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Irkutsk specializing in the field of intervention cardiology. Within a course which took on June 6-7 in Novosibirsk the main aspects of successful implantation of the valve were considered. Doctors of Federal State Budgetary Institution NMITs im. ak. E. N. Meshalkina of the Russian Ministry of Health acted as lecturers. During the training program participants got acquainted with the modern diagnostic methods of heart diseases allowing to plan correctly transcatheter implantation including 3D - visualization, the interactive analysis of KT of images and a root of an aorta and peripheral vessels, bases of calculation of the sizes of an aortal artificial limb on the basis of data of a computer tomography and other techniques connected with diagnostics of a disease and training of patients for operation. The lecture under the name "Effective TAVI Procedure, Step by Step" at which the algorithm of maintaining patients was studied in depth was given. Also the course with use of the simulator during which practical skills of holding a procedure of transcatheter implantation of the valve were fulfilled took place. Let's remind that it is already the third of the planned training courses by methods of treatment of cardiovascular diseases which are carried out this year by Angioline. Earlier successfully there took place the training on organizational and technical aspects of treatment of an acute ischemic stroke in St. Petersburg organized on April 15-16 together with research institute of ambulance of I.I. Dzhanelidze and the training course on treatment of difficult defeats of coronary arteries conducted on April 18-19 together with the National medical research center of a name of the academician E.N. Meshalkin in Novosibirsk.