What is required for TAVI to become the standard of care in aortic stenosis patients?

Chairpersons: J. RODES CABAU, A. OWENS


To understand whether TAVI can be considered standard of care for aortic stenosis patients
To understand the TAVI perspective of a general cardiologist
To learn whether guideline changes are required to allow TAVI to be an option for more patients
To learn how innovation of the new SAPIEN 3 system further streamlines the procedure and advances patient care


Session objectives: ‘What are the main drivers for treatment choice in aortic stenosis today’

J. Rodes Cabau

‘Why would I like to see more patients treated with TAVI ?’ - perspective of a general cardiologist

M. Guenoun

LIVE demonstration from St. Thomas’ Hospital - London, United Kingdom

How to implement clinical practice in the absence of new guidelines?

J.J. Bax

The Edwards SAPIEN 3 Ultra system: further streamlining the TAVI procedure: recorded case from St. Paul’s Hospital - Vancouver, Canada

J. Webb

TAVI: from an option for few patients to an option for many patients - what is required?

F. Leclercq

Session evaluation and key learnings

A. Owens


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