Join CBSET at CRT20 February 22-25, 2020, at the Gaylord National Convention Center, 201 Waterfront St, National Harbor, MD.
CRT is one of the world’s leading interventional cardiology conferences. The conference serves as a forum for physician and health-care professional education about new cardiovascular technology and interventional procedures in the field.
Rami Tzafriri, PhD, CBSET’s Director of Research and Innovation, will be presenting:
- “Six Month Safety Evaluation Of The Chocolate Touch™ Drug-coated Balloon Catheter In The Swine Peripheral Artery Model” on Saturday, February 22, at 4:15 PM, in the Abstracts & Interesting Cases track, as part of the Endovascular – Peripheral Vascular Intervention and Other session in the Tamai Room.
- Poster presentation “Computational Prediction Of Drug-eluting Stent Performance In Patient-specific Arteries – A Virtual Reality” on Saturday February 22, 5:30-7:00, in the Exhibition area.
- “Procedural and Anatomical Determinants of Multi-Electrode Renal Denervation: Preclinical Versus Clinical” on Sunday, February 23, at 10:48 AM, as part of the Session on Hypertension Definition, Pathophysiology, New Targets and Medical Therapy.
Rami will also be participating as a panelist in the discussion: “Is There an Unmet Need for Device-Based Renal Denervation?” on Sunday, February 23, from 11:44 AM – 12:00 PM, as part of the Hypertension Definition, Pathophysiology, New Targets and Medical Therapy session.
If you would like to meet up with us at the event, please contact Rami Tzafriri.
Related Publications and Research:
Computational Modeling of Local Drug Delivery:
CBSET is a pioneer and leader in combination drug-eluting device designs, leveraging its expertise in experimental and modeling techniques to study the mechanisms underlying device implantation, elution kinetics, efficacy and safety.
CBSET has developed specialized expertise in the development and application of minimally invasive device-based interventional therapies for sympathetic denervation.
Recent scientific papers/presentations related to CBSET’s extensive research on Sympathetic Denervation are available here:
Peripheral Artery Disease:
CBSET is committed to the development of novel experimental and computational models for defining the barrier effects of tissue components on drugs of interest and evaluating novel endovascular therapies. CBSET’s scientists have published a range of data and analyses on Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) treatments and related therapies.
Recent scientific papers/presentations related to novel PAD therapies are available here: