Refresher Courses: Cardiac

RC 1703 - The crucial role of the radiologist at the heart of the multidisciplinary cardiac team

March 5, 08:00 - 09:00 CET

RC 1703-1
5 min
Chairperson's introduction
Rodrigo Salgado, Antwerp / Belgium
RC 1703-2
15 min
Cardiac CT and MRI in the cardiac team: the role of the radiologist according to the guidelines
Matthias Gutberlet, Leipzig / Germany
1. To provide an update on the recently published guidelines in which cardiac MRI and cardiac CT play an important role.
2. To define the role of the radiologist within the heart team according to the recent guidelines.
3. To describe possible conflicts within the interdisciplinary heart team and potential solutions.
RC 1703-3
15 min
The value of the radiologist in non-surgical aortic and mitral valve intervention
Jean-Nicolas Dacher, Rouen / France
1. To become familiar with the technical requirements of cardiac CT in preoperative assessment of transcatheter aortic (TAVI) or mitral (TMVI) valve replacement.
2. To learn how to structure a radiology report before TAVI/TMVI in the context of a heart team approach.
3. To understand the complementary roles of echocardiography, cardiac CT, and MRI in planning nonsurgical aortic or mitral valve intervention.
RC 1703-4
15 min
The vital role of the radiologist in the congenital cardiac team
Andrew M. Taylor, London / UK
1. To understand what makes a good team.
2. To appreciate who is in the team and how to define the role of the radiologist in the congenital cardiac team.
3. To understand how to build the team and what success looks like.
RC 1703-5
10 min
Panel Discussion: How do radiologists become, and ensure we remain, a crucial part of these teams in the future?

Moderators

Moderator

Rodrigo Salgado

Antwerpen, Belgium

Speakers

Presenter

Rodrigo Salgado

Antwerpen, Belgium

Presenter

Matthias Gutberlet

Leipzig, Germany

Presenter

Jean-Nicolas Dacher

Rouen, France

Presenter

Andrew M. Taylor

London, United Kingdom