TAVR Trainers

Live discussions between trainees and key opinion leaders from around the world on how to perform TAVR with current devices and future directions and indications.

Second season of TAVR trainers program has been made possible by an educational grant from Medtronic.
The technologies being discussed may not be approved for use in your country.

Key learning points of the program:

Learn how to use cardiovascular CT to optimize clinical outcomes in TAVR with a focus on annular sizing, device selection, and reduction in complications.

Identify which clinical and anatomical factors influence device selection for TAVR, and how to plan the lifetime management of patients with aortic stenosis

Tips & tricks to safe and successful TAVR using self-expanding and balloon expandable valves

Identify complications in TAVR procedures such as coronary occlusion, conduction abnormalities, and vascular access injury

Understand how to perform TAVR in both bicuspid valve disease and valve-in-valve procedures

Season 2 TAVR Trainers

Arnav Kumar

Dr. Arnav Kumar is a Structural Heart & Peripheral Interventions Fellow at the Brigham & Women’s...

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John Lisko

John Lisko is a Structural Fellow at the Emory Structural Heart and Valve Center in Atlanta, GA....

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See below for Season One of TAVR Trainers with Rim Halaby & Jason Han

Season 1 TAVR Trainers

Rim Halaby

Dr. Halaby is an interventional cardiology fellow at the Hospital of the University of...

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Jason Han

Jason is a PGY4 integrated cardiac surgery resident at the Hospital of the University of...

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