Canon Medical Sponsored Symposium

The Future of Interventional Cardiology Imaging

Experience the future in Interventional Cardiology at Euro PCR and engage at the forefront of innovation. Immerse yourself in the latest advancements dedicated to enhancing clarity, reducing radiation exposure, and delivering precise treatment guidance like never before. Explore real-time solutions that are redefining advanced decision-making and hear from our experts who are deepening the discourse around AI and Angio-CT technologies that contribute to improved cardiovascular care.


16:30 – 17:15 (CEST) | Room 252B

  • Moderator: Dr. Nicolas Amabile
  • Alphenix / Evolve Edition – First Experiences with AI Imaging in Daily Cathlab Practice | Dr. Lukas Altwegg
  • World's First Intraprocedural Angio-CT Seamlessly Assists LAAO Procedures: Optimize Deployment and Eliminate Leak | Dr. Brian Schuler
Why Should You Attend
  • To learn about the artificial intelligence benefits in PCI procedures
  • To discover the latest innovations in interventional cardiology imaging
  • To exchange insights on meaningful tools that will transform your patient care
  • To discuss the benefits of the Angio-CT solution in SHD procedures


Moderator: Dr. Nicolas Amabile, PhDDr. Nicolas Amabile is an interventional cardiologist at Institut Cardiovasculaire Paris Sud (ICPS) in Paris, France, specializing in cardiology and vascular diseases. He is an active member of the EuroPCR Board, Eurointervention Board, and EAPCI Scientific Documents & Initiatives Committee member, contributing to advancements in interventional cardiology.
His research and clinical interests focus on the heart and its pathologies, such as coronary artery disease, percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), and structural heart disease (SHD), including cardiac imaging.

Speaker: Dr. Lukas Altwegg, PhD Dr. Lukas Atwegg is an interventional radiologist at the St. Claraspital in Basel, Switzerland, where he is also the head of the Cardiology Department. He studied medicine in Basel and consequently completed his doctorate in cardiovascular research at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. He has worked in several hospitals across Switzerland and conducts a fellowship training at the St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, Canada, specializing in transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI). Being part of several Swiss societies in the interventional cardiology field, his main clinical and research focus and interests are in percutaneous treatment of acute coronary syndrome and percutaneous non-coronary interventions, specifically TAVI.

Speaker: Dr. Brian Schuler Dr. Brian Schuler is an EP cardiologist at the WellSpan Health in York, Pennsylvania. He received his medical degree from Northeast Ohio Medical University and has been in practice for more than 20 years. His main clinical and research focus and interests are in cardiac diseases, like structural heart disease, left atrial appendage closure, atrial fibrillation, arrhythmias, cardiac electrophysiology. 


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