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EuroEcho Imaging 2017

Lisbon, Portugal, 6 – 9 December 2017

Booth #A100 

Seamless cardiovascular care

 

We know that the world of healthcare is transforming. That’s why we are working together with you to design innovative solutions and services that seamlessly connect people, data and technology to help manage health, not just illness. 

 

Join us at EuroEcho to discover how our innovations are helping to deliver truly seamless cardiovascular care. Don’t miss our Satellite Symposium, which will explore how echo and cardiac fusion imaging can be of even greater value to cardiologists. And be sure to attend our informative Imaging Campus sessions, where a series of highly respected speakers will offer their insights into the latest imaging technologies and trends.

 

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Philips and TOMTEC – creating the future of cardiac ultrasound

 

Philips recently acquired TOMTEC, a leading provider of intelligent image analysis software, to further the commitment to automation and quantification in cardiac ultrasound.

 

Visit the TOMTEC Booth # C200 and our stand to find out more!

Satellite Symposium

 

How can echo and cardiac fusion imaging help cardiologists even more?

 

Thursday, December 7, 2017, 12:45–13:45 Room Faro (level 0)

 

The Satellite Symposium will showcase the latest innovations and approaches in the field of echo and cardiac fusion imaging – and will highlight how these developments are relevant to you.

 

Seats are limited. To secure your place, please ensure you arrive at the Philips registration desk 15 minutes before the session starts.

 

 

Lectures:

Chair:

K Tiemann (Munich, DE), M J Monaghan (London, GB)

 

Where is the automatic 3D left heart volumetry today?

JL Zamorano Gómez (Madrid, ES)

 

Mitral regurgitation and atrial ­ brillation – challenges addressed by cardiac imaging.

RS von Bardeleben (Mainz, DE)

 

Can the very small transducer have a big clinical impact?

M Barreiro Pérez (Salamanca, ES)

 

Learning objectives:

 

Where is the automatic 3D left heart volumetry today?

Introduction of heart model based automated 3D left heart volumetry allowed 3D echo to be incorporated into everyday clinical practice. In this lecture clinical cases illustrating its use and validation studies of this method will be reviewed.

 

Mitral regurgitation and atrial fibrillation – challenges addressed by cardiac imaging.

Management of patients with mitral regurgitation and atrial fibrillation requires precise assessment of cardiac anatomy and function. In this lecture, the role of cardiac imaging in patients selection for different treatment approaches and during certain cardiac interventions will be discussed.

 

Can the very small transducer have a big clinical impact?

The introduction of minimal size TEE transducer opens new ways to perform TEE exams. Preliminary clinical experiences on that topic will be shared during this lecture.

 

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Imaging Campus

 

Thursday, December 7 – Friday, December 8, 2017

These informative sessions are an ideal opportunity to gain key insights into the latest developments in imaging, from a series of highly respected speakers.

Seats are limited. To secure your place, please ensure you arrive at the Philips registration desk 15 minutes before the session starts.

 

 

Lectures:

 

The gold standard for TEE assessment before, during, and after LAA occlusion.

Joint session with Abbott

Dr M Swaans

Dec 7: 09:00 – 10:00, 10:30 – 11:30

 

Understanding the Echo guidance for Percutaneous Mitral Valve Repair patients screening and procedure.

Joint session with Abbott

Dr P Biaggi / Dr M Swaans

Dec 7: 12:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 15:00, 15:30 – 16:30,

17:00 – 18:00

 

Evolution and current status of 3D TEE diagnosis illustrated by clinical cases.

Dr J Necas

Dec 8: 09:00 – 10:00, 10:30 – 11:30, 12:00 – 13:00

 

Automatic 3D left heart volumetry, a true di­ erentiator in LV and LA quanti‑ cation.

Dr L Pérez de Isla

Dec 8: 14:00 – 15:00, 15:30 – 16:30, 17:00 – 18:00

 

Learning objectives:

 

The gold standard for TEE assessment before, during, and after LAA occlusion

This lecture will shed light on how imaging modalities may guide decision-making before and during the procedure, and will show how imaging fusion technology can be used for LAA occlusion. It will help attendees to understand the anatomical complexity of the left atrial appendage, and will teach them about Amplatzer Amulet size selection. Finally, a VR hands-on session will allow visitors to experience Amplatzer Amulet and echo-guided transseptal puncture.

 

Understanding the Echo guidance for Percutaneous Mitral Valve Repair patients screening and procedure

This session will explore percutaneous mitral valve repair therapy – from screening to procedure, and from technical to clinical aspects. Attendees will become familiar with percutaneous mitral valve repair patient screening and procedural guidance with TTE/TEE Echo, and will be able to interact with a percutaneous mitral valve repair device.

 

Evolution and current status of 3D TEE diagnosis illustrated by clinical cases

This session will outline the clinical benefits of Live 3D TEE examination, before reviewing clinical cases that illustrate the value of this method of diagnosis. Attendees will become familiar with manipulation tools designed to assess the anatomy and function of the heart in 3D echo.

 

Automatic 3D left heart volumetry, a true differentiator in LV and LA quantification

This lecture will identify the advantages that Live 3D echo offers over 2D echo when assessing the volumes of left heart chambers. It will allow attendees to practice automated 3D left heart volumetric measurements, and to experience the speed, ease of use and reproducibility of the heart model-based approach to 3D left heart volumetry.

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Satellite Symposium Agenda

 

What’s new in peri-operative and peri-interventional Live 3D TEE, cardio-oncology, and fusion imaging.

Thursday, December 8th, 2016, 12:45 - 13:45, Room Wagner, Level 0

 

How perioperative and peri-interventional Live 3D TEE is evolving. Latest advances illustrated by clinical cases.

Dr. D. Berson (Austin, USA)

 

Advances in fusion of Live 3D transesophageal echo with fluoroscopy. How peri-procedural guidance can be further improved.

Dr. med. P. Biaggi (Zurich, CH)

 

Clinical benefits of left heart volumetry and left ventricle deformation assessment for patients during cancer therapy.

Dr. med. T. López Fernández (Madrid, ES)

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Cardiovascular image and information management solution with a single point of access to a patient-centric repository of comprehensive cardiovascular information. Now with TOMTEC-ARENA™, a market-leading application boosting customer productivity in 2D/3D ultrasound.

 

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