INNOVATION AND TRENDS

Welcome to the Advanced Minimally Invasive Valve Therapy Symposium 2019

 

Dear doctors, dear colleagues, and dear friends,

The Symposium ADVANCED MINIMALLY INVASIVE VALVE THERAPY (INNOVATION AND TRENDS) will take place Friday, 8 February 2019 at the Klinik Hirslanden in Zurich. We look forward to welcoming you in Zurich Hirslanden for a fascinating and interactive program.

Yours sincerely,

Thierry Aymard & Jürg Grünenfelder

Course Directors

 

Summary

Extremely interactive course focusing on minimally invasive valve therapy, upcoming in Zürich!

With an emphasis on the success of the teamwork approach, cardiac surgeons and cardiologists will demonstrate the technical aspects of new procedures in this important field.

Learning Objectives

1. Review and indications of the following techniques: Minimal access aortic valve replacement; Minimally invasive mitral valve surgery; Robotic surgery; Transcatheter aortic valve and mitral valve therapies; New left ventricle assist device

2. Tips and tricks of these techniques with a surgical case for each procedure

3. Experience of a private centre in innovative minimally invasive valve therapy



Speakers & Chairmen


Programme


Online Registration

Please us the follwing online registration form. And please let us know if you need help in finding accommodation in Zurich. After successful registration a confirmation will be sent to your email address.

Registration fees: Early registration until 31 January 2019: CHF 100.00. On-site CHF 130.00

 
Symposium Registration
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Registration for dinner (Friday evening after Symposium) *

Further Information about the Symposium

If you obtain further information or a letter of invitation to this conference, please contact

Ms Mafalda Fent and our Conference Team

FentEvent GmbH - CH-9552 Bronschhofen

+41 71 911 45 22 // +41 76 311 45 22


Many thanks to all the partner of the Zurich Heart Clinic Symposium 2019


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Thank you dear partners, doctors, colleagues, and friends.

(Sacha Salzberg), Jürg Grünenfelder and Thierry Aymard