Como usar fisiologia invasiva e imagem com co-registro para planejar e orientar PCI complexa
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Daniel Chamié, MD, PhD concluded his interventional cardiology training at Dante Pazzanese Institute of Cardiology in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 2009. Between 2010 and 2012 he served as research associate at the intravascular imaging core lab at University Hospitals, Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH, where he advanced his knowledge in the use of intracoronary physiology and imaging, particularly OCT. Upon his return to Brazil, he has been practicing as interventional cardiologist at Dante Pazzanese Institute, developing experience in complex PCI and intracoronary imaging and physiology. Over the last decade he also has been involved in research on the assessment of novel drug eluting stents and bioresorbable scaffolds and is the leading investigator of the iSIGHT trial, which proposes an algorithmic approach in the use of intravascular imaging to guide PCI. In parallel with his clinical activities, he served as director of the OCT core lab at the Cardiovascular Research Center from 2012 to 2020. During this time, he developed OCT analysis methods for several studies on novel devices (e.g. bioresorbable scaffolds, drug-eluting stents, specialty balloons) in various clinical scenarios (e.g. stable CAD, ACS, bifurcation lesions, high-bleeding risk patients, etc). Since 2020, he serves as director of the intravascular core lab at the London Core Lab, London, UK.
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