CSI Focus Workshop
saturday, june 29 2019
First described by King and Mills in the 1970’s percutaneous ASD closure is now one of the most commonly performed non-coronary cardiac interventions. Safe and successful ASD closure requires an in-depth knowledge of techniques, devices and long-term outcomes.
At CSI 2019 we will explore the current ASD closure arena concentrating on what you need to know to run a successful ASD closure programme. We will explore techniques, imaging, the relative merits of currently available devices, complications (and how to manage them) along with longer term outcomes and the issues that have come to light with the benefit of long-term perspective
Always one of the most popular and well attended sessions at CSI, we invite you to join us on June 29 to learn, refresh skills, observe live cases and join in with debate with respected international colleagues.