New Devices in the PFO Pipeline
Position 1: No Residual Shunt is Mandatory for PFO Closure Success
Scores, Size, Anatomy: How to Be Certain the Culprit is the PFO
Small, Medium, and Large Post PFO Closure Leaks: How to Best Manage
Position 1 – Simple and Safe, Close the PFO
Position 2: There is No Free Ride- Leave It Alone and Use Meds
SPOTLIGHT LECTURE: Your Migraine, My Migraine: Future of PFO Closure
When Device Choice Matters: The Nuances of PFO Closure, Complex Anatomy
Iatrogenic ASD Closure after Transseptal Procedures
Patient Selection for PFO Closure in 2022: An Evolutionary Process
Your Migraine, My Migraine: How Seriously Should We Be Thinking About PFO?
Clinical Trial Updates: A Selective Review of What All Operators Should Know
Novel and New Devices for PFO Closure
TCT 688: An Unfortuante Trifecta: A case of acute myocardial infarction with cardiogenic shock, pericardial tamponade, and worsening hypoxia with right to left shunt after percutaneous LVAD placement.