CSI FRANKFURT
ABSTRACTs AND CASEs

Abstract and case submission for CSI Frankfurt 2022 will be open soon. 

All accepted abstracts and cases submitted for CSI Frankfurt 2020/21 will be available on-demand as recordings. 

Selected abstracts will be presented live as lectures in the upcoming webinars during CSI online get together. 

  • Abstract submission guidelines

    Abstracts may include reports of negotiation of complex anatomy, device-specific challenges or complication management on intervention.

    Please indicate the category for your abstract:

    • PFO closure
    • LAA closure
    • Paravalvar leak closure
    • ASD closure
    • VSD closure
    • Neonatal interventions
    • Coarctation
    • PDA closure and stenting
    • Pulmonary valve implantation
    • Mitral valve repair and replacement
    • Tricuspid valve repair and replacement
    • TAVI
    • Heart failure interventions
    • Other CSI related topics

    Please follow the guidelines below:

    • The abstract should be less than 500 words in length and can be accompanied by 2 pictures (JPG, TIFF) or 2 moving images (MOV, MP4)

    Be sure to include:

    • Background
    • Objective
    • Methods
    • Results
    • Conclusion
  • case submission guidelines

    Cases may include reports of negotiation of complex anatomy, device-specific challenges or complication management on intervention.

    Please indicate the category for your case:

    • PFO closure
    • LAA closure
    • Paravalvar leak closure
    • ASD closure
    • VSD closure
    • Neonatal interventions
    • Coarctation
    • PDA closure and stenting
    • Pulmonary valve implantation
    • Mitral valve repair and replacement
    • Tricuspid valve repair and replacement
    • TAVI
    • Heart failure interventions
    • Other CSI related topics

    Please follow the guidelines below:

    • The case should be less than 500 words in length and can be accompanied by 2 pictures (JPG, TIFF) or 2 moving images (MOV, MP4)

    Be sure to include:

    • Title
    • History and physical
    • Imaging
    • Indication for intervention
    • Learning points of the procedure

Any questions? Please contact:

Ivana Veljkovic cme4u GmbH
Frankfurt am Main
Germany

Phone
+49 173 6690587
E-mail
i.veljkovic@cme4u.org