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education in congenital, structural
and valvar heart disease
interventions since 1996

Lead by experts

from all over the world

Connect

with your colleagues
and peers

Get an overview of the field

at CSI conferences near you

Attend a CSI Focus Workshop

for a deep dive into particular topics

Browse

CSI online content including lectures and live cases

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become part of the CSI family

Join thousands of physicians, healthcare providers and industry professionals to learn about the latest devices, techniques and procedures or to explore new fields at upcoming CSI conferences.

Coming up next: CSI Frankfurt, June 26-29

CSI is dedicated to promoting development in the field of congenital, structural and valvar heart disease interventions by providing educational conferences, online learning content and networking opportunities. 

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CSI continues to be at the forefront of development and innovation - this summer, June 26-29, we will cover the newest devices, techniques and procedures in congenital, structural and valvar heart disease interventions. 

 CSI Frankfurt 2019 will feature imaging focused content across the entire 4-day program!

Learn all about TAVI & other valvular interventions at CSI Frankfurt

CSI 2019 scientific program is arranged to feature parallel streams of full day or half day workshops.

The next frontier in percutaneous heart disease interventions is device based heart failure management.

Interventional treatment options in severe pulmonary hypertension: Interatrial shunting and fenestrated ASD devices 

Operator:
K. Sivakumar, Madras Medical Mission 
Chennai, India

Hybrid transcatheter left ventricular reconstruction for the treatment of ischemic heart failure: Concept and update on results

Presented by:
Patrick Klein, St. Antonius Hospital
Nieuwegein, The Netherlands

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