Hyderabad Valves Conference to showcase advanced techniques of valve replacement!

“World renowned cardiologists like Prof. Alain Cribier, the Inventor of TAVI, Prof. Helene from France; Dr. Peter Andreka from Europe and Dr. Ramesh, to share insights on recent advances”

Hyderabad, November 08, 2022:

Hyderabad Valves – an association of Interventional Cardiologists, to bridge the knowledge gap on the latest advances in intricate cardiac interventions, in collaboration with Apollo Hospitals, is hosting the two day Hyderabad Valves Conference, on November 11th and 12th, 2022; at Park Hyatt. Dr. Prathap C Reddy, Founder Chairman, Apollo Hospitals Group, will inaugurate the conference on November 11th, 2022. Over 400 delegates will be attending the program from India and countries like Bangladesh, Nepal, U.K, USA, Hungary and Bahrain.

World renowned cardiologists like Prof. Alain Cribier, the Inventor of TAVI, Prof. Helene from France; Dr. Peter Andreka from Europe and Dr. Ramesh from USA are among the faculty, who will share insights from their international exposure. Course Directors Dr. P C Rath, Head of the Department of Cardiology, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad and Dr. Manoj Agarwala, Director Cath Lab, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad; among others; will share the Indian perspective.

The Conference will elaborate extensively on latest interventional procedures involved in valve replacement like TAVI (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation), TMVR (Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement), TTVR ((Transcatheter Tricuspid Valve Replacement), TPVR (Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve Replacement) and others, which are minimally invasive and immensely benefit the patient by avoiding high risk heart surgeries. There will be live telecast of sixteen cases from national and international centers, of which 8 Live Cases will be performed at Apollo Hospitals, which will be followed by dialectic discussions.


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