The goal of NCVH is to bring together key disciplines to focus on a team approach to total cardiovascular care in patients with PAD and CLI. This approach creates an environment for clinical collaboration to address the continuum of care for the patient.
Our educational leadership team includes 25 course directors and 200 faculty from the leading peripheral intervention centers around the world.
The course directors and faculty develop innovative contemporary content that fosters interaction among attendees. Our program provides actionable clinical insights in the areas of cutting edge interventions, new technology and education to support optimal outcomes for patients.
Each year, on average, the conference assembles 1,600 attendees and 100 exhibitors. We provide 32 LIVE interventional cases, 8 LIVE case transmission sites around the world, 300+ scientific lectures and 200+ faculty including clinicians considered preeminent in the field of medicine.
NCVH is well known for hospitality and a family friendly environment. The learning experience is like no other in a city that celebrates life!
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|Charles Andersen, MD
Madigan Army Medical Center
|Richard Kovach, MD
Deborah Heart and Lung Center
Browns Mills, NJ
|Robert Beasley, MD
Mount Sinai Medical Center
|Carlos Mena, MD
Yale School of Medicine
New Haven, CT
|Frank Bunch, MD
Cardiology Associates of Mobile
|D. Christopher Metzger, MD
Wellmont CVA Heart Institute
|Nick Cavros, MD
Cardiovascular Institute of the South
|Miguel Montero-Baker, MD
University of Arizona
|Robert Coronado, MD
Northern Heart and Vascular Institute
|Thomas Shimshak, MD
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare
|Edward Diethrich, MD
Arizona Heart Foundation
|Grayson Wheatley, III, MD
Temple University School of Medicine
|Eric Dippel, MD
Genesis Heart Institute
|George Adams, MD||Robert Gallino, MD||James McKinsey, MD||Ariel Soffer, MD|
|S. Hinan Ahmed, MD||Roger Gammon, MD||Amir Motarjeme, MD||Deepak Thekkoott, MD|
|Cameron Akbari, MD, MBA||Julio Garcia, Jr., RN||Jihad Mustapha, MD||Kalyan Veerina, MD|
|Anvar Babaev, MD||Julio Garcia, Sr., MD||Aravinda Nanjundappa, MD||Ron Waksman, MD|
|Alan Block, DPM||Jaafer Golzar, MD||Raghotham Patlola, MD||Mark Wholey, MD|
|George Chrysant, MD||Larry Hollier, MD||Venkatesh Ramaiah, MD|
|Anthony Comerota, MD||Allen Jacobs, DPM||Oscar Rosales, MD|
|Tom Davis, MD||James Klemis, MD||Jas Singh, MD|
|W. Britton Eaves, MD||Vinay Kumar, MD||David Slovut, MD, PhD|
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|Name of Planner or Manager||Reported Financial Relationship|
|Ashley Marostica, RN, MSN||Nothing to disclose|
|Amanda Glazar, PhD||Nothing to disclose|
|Andrea Funk||Nothing to disclose|
|Stacey Hansen||Nothing to disclose|
|Dana Rigdon, CMP||Nothing to disclose|
Bard Peripheral Vascular
Boston Scientific Corporation
Gore & Associates
Toshiba America Medical Systems
Terumo Interventional Systems
ACIST Medical Systems
Advanced Vascular Resources
American Professional Wound Care Association
American Society of Cardiovascular Phlebologists
Amputation Prevention Symposium
Boehringer-Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Boston Heart Diagnostics
Bristol Meyer Squibb
Cardiac Services Mobile, Inc.
Cardiovascular Institute of the South
Cardiovascular Systems, Inc
Cardiva Medical, Inc.
Chicago EndoVascular Conference - CVC
Control Medical Technology
DAIICHI SANKYO, INC. and LILLY USA, LLC.
Gilead Sciences LTD
Good Blood Flow
Horizons International Peripheral Group
International Society of Endovascular Specialists
Koven Technology, Inc
Lafayette General Health
Lane Regional Medical Center
Lombard Medical Technologies Inc.
MAQUET Cardiovascular, USA
Merit Medical Systems, Inc
My Leg, My Choice Foundation
New Cardiovascular Horizons
Primus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc
St. Jude Medical
Terrebonne General Medical Center
The Regional Medical Center of Acadiana
The Roosevelt New Orleans
130 Roosevelt Way
New Orleans, LA 70112
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Cardiatis Live Case NCVH 2013
EXCITE Trial Live Case NCVH 2013
Fellows Course NCVH 2013
Lifetime Achievement Award - Dr. Biamino NCVH 2013
Spectranetics Brings Radiation-reducing Products, Physician Training Simulation - NCVH 2013
Toshiba’s Infinix-i Vascular X-ray Systems Help Treat Limb Ischemia for Better Patient Outcomes
New Cardiovascular Horizons (NCVH), a leading peripheral intervention conference focused on peripheral artery disease with a special emphasis on critical limb ischemia, will feature four live cases using Toshiba’s Infinix-i vascular X-ray systems.
Boston Scientific to introduce two new machines
Boston Scientific will introduce two new devices to treat Peripheral Arterial Disease and Critical Limb Ischemia at the New Cardiovascular Horizons conference in New Orleans June 6 – 9.
IDEV Technologies Introduces SurePath Guidewires
WEBSTER, Texas, June 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- IDEV Technologies, Inc. (IDEV), an emerging innovator in peripheral vascular devices, announced the United States introduction and launch of a new line of interventional guidewires manufactured with a proprietary alloy combining strength with flexibility.
Wellmont cardiologists to operate as physicians watch via satellite
KINGSPORT — Dr. Chris Metzger, who directs the carotid artery stenting program at Holston Valley Medical Center, and his partner, Dr. Rahul Sakhuja, will share their expertise Thursday with their colleagues across the country via satellite to New Orleans.
Local doctor's treatment helps patients avoid amputation
NEW ORLEANS -- Twenty million people in the U.S. have a condition that causes people to lose a leg to amputation. Smoking, diabetes and aging are the main causes. Family history of cardiovascular disease can also raise your risk. But now a local doctor is working to save patient limbs.
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