This is the BCIS principal meeting of the year and has a packed programme including:
- Live cases over three days with focus on particular aspects of interventional practice
- The new BCIS audit data presented by Peter Ludman with a focussed data presentation on times to treatment and improving lab efficiency
- A featured session on Cardiogenic shock
- Angio reviews including a new structural complications session as well as coronary group sessions
- Three debates: “Tavi Should Now be the Default Treatment for Patients with Symptomatic Aortic Stenosis”, “The Only Place for Drug Eluting Balloons is for Treatment of Focal in Stent Restenosis” and “CTO PCI has No Prognostic Benefit and is a Waste of Time and Money”
- Structural session focussing on the mitral valve
- Guest speaker: Prof Greg Stone
- The BCIS Research of the Year Award, Best of the Young/the Young Investigators Award and the two dedicated AHP sessions will again take place on Thursday
- The legendary complications session will bring a rousing conclusion to the meeting on Friday afternoon.
This meeting remains the principal opportunity for all of the BCIS extended cardiac catheter lab teams to meet in London to exchange opinion and experiences.