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How can we protect patients long-term after a percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)?

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Professor Robert Welsh

Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute, Edmonton (Canada)
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Welcome and introduction.

Speaker: Professor R. Welsh (Edmonton, CA)

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Protecting the patient that needs more: moving from ‘stable coronary artery disease’ to ‘chronic coronary syndromes’.

Speaker: Professor J. Steffel (Zurich, CH)

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Protecting the patient undergoing lower extremity revascularization for symptomatic PAD.

Speaker: Professor M. Bonaca (Aurora, US)

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Optimizing protection for patients with symptomatic chronic peripheral artery disease.

Speaker: Professor M. Brodmann (Graz, AT)

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Live Questions and Answers and closing.

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Towards a new standard of care in coronary and peripheral artery disease: from trial results to guidelines and beyond

Speakers: Professor R. Welsh, Professor R. Welsh, Professor J. Steffel, Professor M. Bonaca, Professor M. Brodmann
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28 August - 1 September 2020

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