Log In Sign Up

Ziad Ali

44 videos | 38 topics
Introduction

Ziad Ali is the Director of the DeMatteis Cardiovascular Institute, Director of Investigational Interventional Cardiology, and Director of Cardio-nephrology at St Francis Hospital & Heart Center in New York. He is also Director of the Angiographic Core Laboratory at Cardiovascular Research Foundation and Associate Professor of Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. His clinical research interests focus on the use of intravascular imaging and physiology technologies such as optical...Read more

Explore Ziad Ali's 44 videos
Open video

Shockwave IVL

A New Wave. What's the Future of Calcium Modification with Shockwave IVL Now in the U.S.?

Open video

OPCI

OPCI LIVE - Complex bifurcation CTO

Open video

OPCI

A Conversation with Dr. Rao: Relative Impact of Clinical Risk Versus Procedural Risk on Clinical Outcomes After Percutaneous Coronary Intervention

Open video

OPCI

OPCI Journal Club: A Conversation with Dr. Rao: Impact of Poststenting Fractional Flow Reserve on Long-Term Clinical Outcomes. The FFR-SEARCH Study

Open video

OPCI

OPCI LIVE: Saline OCT Imaging for Heavy Calcification

Open video

OPCI

OPCI Journal Club: A Conversation with Dr. Capodanno: Angiographic Predictors of Outcome in Myocardial Infarction Patients Presenting with Cardiogenic Shock: a CULPRIT-SHOCK Angiographic Substudy

Open video

OPCI

OPCI Journal Club: A Conversation with Dr. Capodanno: Automatic Characterisation of Human Atherosclerotic Plaque Composition from Intravascular Optical Coherence Tomography Using Artificial Intelligence

Open video

Simple Education

Ultra-low contrast PCI

Open video

Simple Education

LIVE - DAY TWO - Planning and guidance of complex percutaneous coronary interventions

Open video

Bruce Samuels presents Precision PCI

IVUS When You Need It Most: Calcium, Renal Failure and Other Concerns

Open video

Bruce Samuels presents Precision PCI

LIVE - Bruce Samuels presents - Precision PCI

Open video

OPCI

OPCI LIVE - Saline OCT Imaging for Heavy Calcification