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November
19-20, 2021

Arch Elite program

ARCH Elite

Cardiovascular Fellows Program

Foundations of Coronary and Physiology
Establishing Leaders in Intravascular
Imaging and Therapy Excellence

Foundations of Coronary and Physiology Establishing Leaders in Intravascular Imaging and
Therapy Excellence

November
19-20, 2021

Arch Elite program

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Jasvindar Singh, MD, FACC, FSCAI
Director, ARCH Consortium
Washington University
School of Medicine
Barnes-Jewish Hospital
St. Louis, Missouri

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

This two-day course is for Interventional Cardiology Fellows and Early Career Physicians three-years out of their fellowship or less that are looking to develop their skills utilizing coronary imaging and physiology for the treatment of their patients with cardiovascular disease.

The program will discuss how imaging technologies such as Co-registration and Dynamic Coronary Roadmap can be used create a personalized treatment algorithm. The course will utilize different teaching methods including live cases, didactic lectures, interventional jeopardy review, and a simulator run session for hands on experience. This interactive session will create a dynamic and interactive forum for group participation and discussion. Led by a world class faculty, the goal of the ARCH Elite Fellows Program is to Establish Leaders in Intravascular Imaging and Therapy Excellence.

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