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Learn more about the clinical science of landmark trials of LV unloading in high-risk PCI and cardiogenic shock

Available On-Demand Now: TCT Symposium

Mechanical Circulatory Support During High-Risk PCI and PROTECT IV

Gregg Stone, MD, reviews evidence for the use of mechanical circulatory support during high-risk PCI and provides an overview of the PROTECT IV RCT.


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Real World Evidence Leading to RECOVER IV

Presented by William O’Neill, MD


Door to Unload: Implications for STEMI, High-Risk PCI and Cardiogenic Shock

Presented by Navin Kapur, MD


Breaking the Small-Bore Barrier: Impella ECP™ 9Fr Heart Pump Clinical Evidence

Presented by Amir Kaki, MD

Recap November 4 at TCT 2021

Chuck Simonton, MD, and Seth Bilazarian, MD, present the “Top 10 from TCT,” highlights from the first day of presentations at TCT 2021 in Orlando, Florida.

Recap November 5 at TCT 2021

After an energizing second day at TCT 2021, Chuck Simonton, MD, and Seth Bilazarian, MD, present the day’s “Top 10 from TCT” highlights.

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Watch Exclusive Presentations From CAMP at TCT on Improving Outcomes Through Optimizing Techniques and Technology for Complete Revascularization


Best Practices for Treating High-Risk PCI Patients

Jason Wollmuth, MD, discusses large-bore access and intravascular imaging best practices for treating high-risk PCI patients.


Improved Outcomes with Contemporary Practices in PROTECT III

Jeffrey Moses, MD, discusses the improved outcomes with contemporary practices seen in the PROTECT III study of Impella-supported high-risk PCI.


Contemporary PCI Utilization and Quality Metrics

William O’Neill, MD, discusses Protected PCI as a practical approach to mechanical circulatory support in elective complex PCI cases.