Date: June 12, 2019
Time: 01:00PM - 02:00PM
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Introduction/Statement of Need:
Hemodynamics of percutaneous valves have been very favorable. However, a challenging area has been the new or residual valve regurgitation that may occur either after transcatheter valve implantation or repair of a native or prosthetic valve. This condition presents a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge to the interventional and imaging cardiology team in the catheterization laboratory and to the clinician and imager in the outpatient setting. The current document addresses the challenges of assessing residual regurgitation after percutaneous valve replacement or repair and provides a guide to the cardiac team on how best to approach this condition, based on the available data and a consensus of a panel of experts.
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William A. Zoghbi, MD, FASE, (Chair), Federico M. Asch, MD, FASE, Charles Bruce, MBChB, FASE, Linda D. Gillam, MD, MPH, FASE, Paul A. Grayburn, MD, FASE, Rebecca T. Hahn, MD, FASE, Ignacio Inglessis, MD, Ashequl M. Islam, MD, MPH, FSCAI, Stamatios Lerakis, MD, FASE, Stephen H. Little, MD, FASE, Robert J. Siegel, MD, FASE, Nikolaos Skubas, MD, DSc, FASE, Timothy C. Slesnick, MD, FASE, William J. Stewart, MD, FASE, Paaladinesh Thavendiranathan, MD, MSc, FASE, Neil J. Weissman, MD, FASE, Satoshi Yasukochi, MD, JCC, SJSUM, and Karen G. Zimmerman, BS, ACS, RDCS, RVT, FASE, Houston and Dallas, Texas; Washington, District of Columbia; Rochester, Minnesota; Morristown, New Jersey; New York, New York; Boston and Springfield, Massachusetts; Los Angeles, California; Cleveland, Ohio; Atlanta, Georgia; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Nagano, Japan; Morgantown, West Virginia
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The following authors reported no actual or potential conflicts of interest in relation to this document:
Ignacio Inglessis, MD; Nikolaos Skubas, MD, FASE, DSc; Timothy Slesnick, MD, FASE; William J. Stewart, MD, FASE; Paaladinesh Thavendiranathan, MD; Satoshi Yasukochi, MD, JCC, SJSUM; Karen G. Zimmerman, BS, ACS, RDCS, RVT, FASE
The following authors reported relationships with one or more commercial interests:
Federico M. Asch, MD, FASE and Neil J. Weissman, MD, FASE have been directors of an academic core lab providing services for Edwards Lifesciences, Medtronic, Boston Scientific/Symetis, Abbott/St Jude Medical, Neovasc, Mitralign, GDS, Caisson/Livanova, Biotronik, and DirectFlow. Charles Bruce, MBChB, FASE, consulted for Edwards Lifesciences; Linda D. Gillam, MD, MPH, FASE provided core lab services for Edwards Lifesciences and Medtronic; Paul A. Grayburn, MD, FASE, consulted for Abbott Vascular, Neochord, and Tendyne and received research support from Abbott Vascular, Tendyne, Valtech, Edwards, Medtronic, Neochord, and Boston Scientific; Rebecca T. Hahn, MD, FASE, consulted for Abbott Vascular, Edwards Lifesciences, Medtronic, Philips Healthcare, Siemens Healthineers and Gore and Associates, serves on the speaker’s bureau for Abbott Vascular, Boston Scientific, Edwards Lifesciences, Philips Healthcare, Siemens Healthineers; Ashequl M. Islam, MD, MPH, FSCAI, consulted for Edwards and Medtronic; Stamatios Lerakis, MD, FASE, consulted for Edwards Lifesciences; Stephen H. Little, MD, FASE, received research support from Medtronic and Abbott Vascular, and consulted for Abbott Vascular. Robert J. Siegel, MD, FASE, served on the speaker’s bureau for Abbott Vascular and Philips; William A. Zoghbi, MD, FASE, has a licensing agreement with GE Healthcare and is on the advisory board for Abbott Vascular, GE Healthcare, and Siemens Healthineers.
The following CME reviewers, ASE Staff and JASE editors reported no actual or potential conflicts of interest in relation to this document:
Hedda Richards, MD, FASE, Brandon Stacey, MD, FASE, Elizabeth Lane, and Christina LaFuria
The following CME reviewers, ASE Staff and JASE editors reported relationships with one or more commercial interests:
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