Congenital

Overview

This track is dedicated to pediatric and ACHD interventional cardiology. This year it is focused on teamwork and fostering relationships between different disciplines to improve quality of care.  

Track faculty comes from the fields of imaging, surgery, maternal-fetal medicine, and intensive care as well as pediatric and ACHD interventional cardiology, and will also include our partners in research and medical device development. 

The PICES session will continue the theme of multidisciplinary teamwork and fostering the clinical and academic careers of early-career physicians. 

 

Target Audience

All stages of career. This track includes early career interventional speakers throughout the program and a session focused on early career development. Track faculty represents diverse specialties and experts from all over the world.

Learning Objectives

After attending SCAI Scientific Sessions, the learner will be able to:  

  • Identify the value of collaboration with associated disciplines—i.e., adult interventional cardiology, surgeons, intensivists, imagers, MFM—and how these collaborations can advance our abilities and improve our outcomes
  • Describe the resources available for applying or adapting current technologies to patients with congenital heart disease
  • Discuss the best practices and emerging data for congenital heart interventions
  • Implement creative approaches to interventions on adults with congenital and structural heart disease

Topics Covered

This track focuses on complex cases, that provide tips and tricks for the most challenging situations in congenital heart disease catheterization, and which highlight the benefits of multidisciplinary teamwork.  

Questions?

Email: meetings@scai.org

Phone: 800-992-7224