• Percutaneous Mitral Repair: Perfecting an Established Procedure and Future Directions

    Wednesday, May 10, 2017 | 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM

    Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Churchill D, 2nd Level
    Two Poydras Street
    New Orleans, LA

    Sponsored by SCAI

    Supported by Abbott

    Learning Objectives

    • Recognize the indications for use of MitraClip so as to apply them in practice.
    • Understand the current outcomes of MitraClip from the TVT Registry and inculcate them into practice strategies.
    • Participate in the TVT Registry as required by the CMS and as a quality improvement process.
    • Recognize and correctly utilize the imaging modalities in patients being evaluated for MitraClip as well as after utilization of the MitraClip implantation.
    • Become aware of the different types of devices in development for percutaneous mitral valve treatment both currently available and on the horizon so as to be able use best practices for your patients with mitral valve disease.


    Time (CT)



    11:15 AM Welcome & Introductions Ted E. Feldman, MD, MSCAI
    11:20 AM MitraClip after 40,000 Cases Worldwide: What We Have Learned About Whom to Treat? Ted E. Feldman, MD, MSCAI
    11:30 AM MitraClip Outcomes in the Transcatheter Valvular Therapy (TVT) Registry Paul Sorajja, MD, FSCAI
    11:40 AM Functional MR: Unmet Need and Unmet Evidence Base - The Status of Ongoing Trials Brian K. Whisenant, MD, FSCAI
    11:50 AM Catheter-Based Mitral Valve Replacement: The Answer to All Problems Mayra E. Guerrero, MD, FSCAI
    Noon Discussion Ted E. Feldman, MD, MSCAI


    Accreditation Statement

    The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Certification Statement

    The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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    As part of SCAI’s ACCME compliance activities, SCAI collects disclosure information from all faculty and staff members indicating relevant financial relationships with commercial interests. Faculty disclosure information will be made known to the participants prior to the activity. No SCAI staff member disclosed any financial relationships with any commercial interest for the year 2016. All the conflicts were resolved before the activity. The content was peer reviewed for medical accuracy, fair balance, and non-bias.