This course provides the student with information on interventional cardiac catheterization that is essential to the practicing cardiovascular technologist. The topics covered include: coronary angioplasty indications, contraindications, complications and techniques; bare metal and drug eluding stents (DES); BioAbsorbable scaffolds; Rotation ablation, chronic total occlusions; thrombectomy, distal protection devices, valvuloplasty, TAVR, Percutaneous mitral valve repair; ASD,PFO, and VSD closure devices; Left atrial appendage closure; pericardiocentesis; IABP, ECMO, Impella devices, and temporary pacemakers.
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Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Explain the equipment and techniques used in coronary angioplasty and stenting.
Explain the complications of interventional procedures.
Describe intracoronary bare metal and drug eluding stents (DES) implantation.
Describe the advantages and disadvantages to all stent types, including BioAbsorbable scaffolds.
Describe rotational ablation and its indications.
Explain the causes of restenosis and describe the interventional devices used to minimize restenosis.
Explain the different approaches to chronic total occlusions (CTO).
Discuss the different methods of thrombectomy.
Describe the technique for percutaneous mitral valve repair.
Describe the techniques and equipment for TAVR.
Explain the technique and equipment used for ASD, PFO, VSD percutaneous closure.
Describe the use of IABP, Impella, and ECMO from the cardiac cath lab point of view
Describe the techniques used in valvuloplasty.
Describe the equipment used and the technique for pericardiocentesis and its indications.
Describe temporary pacemaker implantation and the indications.
Effective as of Winter 2014
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