Physiologyに基づいた冠血行再建 Update 2021
Topic 1: Coronary Physiology for PCI
Assessment of coronary physiology has become one of the most important weapons in the toolbox of an interventional cardiologist. Learn about the current-state-of the art and latest news in coronary physiology.
Prof Hitoshi Matsuo is currently President of Gifu Heart Center, and Clinical Visiting Professor...Read More
Prof Hitoshi Matsuo is currently President of Gifu Heart Center, and Clinical Visiting Professor of Cardiology in Aichi Medical University. He graduated from Jichi Medical School in 1986 and completed his residency in Gifu Prefectural Gifu Hospital. In 1987, during his residency period, Prof Hitoshi Matsuo spent one year at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore as a research fellow in the Nuclear Medicine Department under the supervision of Professor Henry N Wagner Jr. From 1988, he returned to Gifu Prefectural Hospital where he dedicated clinical research work on physiology and interventional cardiology using nuclear medicine and pressure wires. He received an annual award of Japanese Society of Nuclear Medicine in 1995 and the Clinical Research Award of Japanese Society of Interventional Cardiology in 2004. Thereafter, he moved to Toyohashi Heart Center as co-director of the catheterization laboratory from 2007 and returned to Gifu as the Director of Cardiovascular Medicine in 2009. Dr Matsuo now participates and contributes to many international multi-center trials including DEFINE-FLAIR, the international multicenter FFRCT registry (ADVANCE registry), 3V-FFR FRIENDS study and FAVOR2 Europe and Japan, DEFINE FLOW study.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