• The deadline to submit cases for the i3 Session has passed.


    i3: Intervention, Interaction, and Input

    SCAI's Complex Coronary Complications (C3) Summit is not just for fellows-in-training anymore. "i3, a C3 for Grown-Ups", part of SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions, will deliver an experience much like the fourth-year interventional cardiology fellows have been enjoying for the past nine years. Much as the i3 abbreviation (Intervention, Interaction, and Input) suggests, “i3, a C3 for Grown-Ups,” is an interactive case-based session featuring a series of coronary, structural, or endovascular (including arterial and venous) cases, an open-mike forum for discussion, and critical input from expert faculty.

    Here is your chance to get involved! Show your great cases: therapeutic dilemmas, disasters, saves, close-calls, creative approaches, YOU NAME IT.

    Present to panel of experts in front of your peers so that we might all learn. Presenters will need to send in angiograms in advance, along with a brief clinical synopsis. Panel moderators will select the cases that are most interesting, most spectacular, or make an important teaching point. If your case is selected, you will be expected to present and help discuss.


    Questions?

    Please contact Lilly Sullivan Brotons at LSBrotons@scai.org.

  • Acknowledgements

    SCAI gratefully acknowledges the following companies for their generous support of the SCAI 2014 Scientific Sessions through educational grants while taking sole responsibility for all content developed and disseminated through this event.


    Platinum Sponsors

    • Abbott Vascular
    • Boston Scientific

    Silver Sponsors

    • AstraZeneca
    • Medtronic

    Bronze Sponsors

    • Cook Medical
    • Cordis, a Johnson & Johnson Company
    • Covidien
    • Gilead Sciences
    • St. Jude Medical
    • Terumo Interventional Systems


    SCAI also appreciates the educational grant support provided by Spectranetics.