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Attend this session to learn more about: - Expected prevalence for valve-in-valve - What does the guidelines say? - Current evidence for valve-in-valve - ViV vs Redo - Patient selection - Aortic & Mitral ViV: Technical considerations, procedure steps & complications management
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TOPICSValve-in-valve: What is the current status? - Vinayak
Aortic Valve-in-ValveAortic Valve-in-valve using Sapien 3 - Mann
CHANDAVIMOLCoronary Obstruction/ Coronary Protection/ Future Coronary Access in Valve-in-valve - Nattawut
WONGPRAPARUTHorizontal Aorta - Sanjay
MEHROTRAMaintaining EOA – Small original SAVR with bioprosthetic valve fracture - Sanjeevan
PASUPATIHow do we change our practice in the era of Valve-in-Valve to give our Aortic Stenosis patients more options? - Pranya
Mitral Valve-in-ValveMitral Valve-in-valve using Sapien 3 - Jonathan
YAPCrossing the valve -Edgar
Vinayak Bapat, USAMann Chandavimol, ThailandVictor Chao, SingaporeHo Kay Woon, SingaporeSanjay Mehrota, IndiaSanjeevan Pasupati, SingaporePraya Sakiyalak, ThailandEdgar Tay, SIngaporeNattawut Wongpraparut, ThailandJonathan Yap, Singapore
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