<  Return  |  Home

2bc3279b-c2a1-43a8-93f5-253e9bdd38b6.jpg

The first paper from LATAM SBHCI CTO Registry has been published in Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions.

LATAM SBHCI CTO Registry members who participated as authors in the first paper: Alexandre Quadros, Karlyse C. Belli, João E. T. de Paula, Carlos A. H. de Magalhães Campos, Antonio C. B. da Silva, Ricardo Santiago, Marcelo H. Ribeiro, Pedro P. de Oliveira, Pablo Lamelas, Aníbal P. Abelin, Cristiano G. Bezerra, Evandro M. Filho, Felipe C. Fuchs, Félix D. de los Santos, Pedro B. de Andrade, Franklin L. H. Quesada, Mario Araya, Luis Perez,  Leandro A. Côrtes, Cleverson N. Zukowski, Marco Alcantara, Antônio J. Muniz, Gustavo C. Martinelli, Marcelo J. de Carvalho Cantarelli, Fábio S. Brito, Sandra Baradel, Breno de Alencar Araripe Falcão, José A. Mangione, César R. Medeiros, Ramiro C. Degrazia, José A. N. Lecaro, Silvio Gioppato, Luiz F. Ybarra, Daniel Weilenmann, Carlos A. M. Gottschall, Viviana Lemke, Lucio Padilla

aha-01.png

Dr Emmanouil S. Brilakis invited members of LATAM SBHCI CTO Registry to be part of an important publication for CTO practice entitled “Guiding Principles for Chronic Total Occlusion Percutaneous Coronary Intervention” published on CIRCULATION, v. 140, p. 420-433, 2019

LATAM SBHCI CTO Registry members who participated as authors in the article above:

Dr Alexandre Quadros, Dr Felix Damas de los Santos, Dr Franklin Hanna Quesada, Dr José Andrés Navarro Lecaro, Dr Lucio Padilla, Dr Luiz Fernando Ybarra, Dr Mario Araya, Dr Pablo Manuel Lamelas, Dr Ricardo Santiago

jacc-01.png

Dr Alexandre Quadros presented initial results from LATAM SBHCI CTO Registry in the Congress of the American College of Cardiology 2019. It was published as an abstract entitled “Chronic total occlusion percutaneous coronary interventions in latin america: characteristics, outcomes and predictors of unsuccessful procedures” in JACC, v. 73, 2019.

solaci-01.png

“Percutaneous Coronary Interventions in Chronic Total Occlusions in the daily practice in Latin America: The SBHCI Interventional CTO Registry” has won the prize of best abstract in SOLACI-SOCIME 2018 and in SBHCI Congress with initial results from LATAM SBHCI CTO Registry

Sponsorship