OCTに基づいた冠血行再建 アップデート 2021
Topic 2: Intracoronary Imaging for PCI 1
Intracoronary imaging is one of the most important tools for optimization of PCI outcomes. Learn about the advantages of OCT over IVUS and how to use OCT to achieve superior results.
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Prof Takashi Akasaka graduated from Wakayama Medical University in 1982 and finished his...Read More
Prof Takashi Akasaka graduated from Wakayama Medical University in 1982 and finished his residency at Kobe City Medical Center General Hospital. He was clinical fellow at Harefield Hospital in United Kingdom in 1987. Since 1989, he had done clinical research work in the field of coronary physiology using echocardiography, pressure wire and flow wire extensively at Kobe City Medical Center General Hospital as a director of cardiac catheterization laboratory for 8 years. After he moved to Kawasaki Medical School as an associate professor, he started OCT in addition to coronary physiology in 1999. He became Professor of Wakayama Medical University in 2005 and he has been devoted to the clinical research work using OCT. He has published many papers regarding pathophysiology of ACS or DES healing process using OCT in collaboration with his colleagues in addition to coronary physiology research. Based on his clinical and research work, he has been an executive board member in various cardiology societies and a course co- director of several coronary live-demonstration courses in the world.Show Less
A consultant/attending at St. Marianna University School of Medicine, Japan. Features in 7 videos...Read More
A consultant/attending at St. Marianna University School of Medicine, Japan. Features in 7 videos on Wondr Medical. Takayuki Warisawa generally speaks on Artificial Intelligence (Cardiology), Coronary Interventions, Stable Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), Instantaneous wave-Free Ratio (iFR), and Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR).Show Less