TVT 2020 Call For Science
The Call for Science is now CLOSED.
TVT 2020 is seeking submissions in the following categories:
- Mitral/Tricuspid – Imaging
- Mitral – Other
- TAVR – New Devices
- TAVR – Complications
- TAVR – Clinical Topics
- TAVR – Imaging
- LAA Closure – New Devices
- LAA Closure – Complications
- LAA Closure – Clinical Topics
- LAA Closure – Imaging
- PFO Closure – New Devices
- PFO Closure – Complications
- PFO Closure – Clinical Topics
- PFO Closure – Imaging
- Other (e.g., Challenging Access, Unusual Anatomy, etc.)
Late-Breaking Clinical Science
Participate in of one of the most exciting segments of Virtual TVT – the presentation of late-breaking science on a global platform.
Take advantage of this valuable opportunity to:
- Share your science LIVE with colleagues and leading experts
- Publish your work in some of the world’s most prestigious cardiovascular journals*
- Gain international recognition and make a global impact on the field
*Accepted presentations will be submitted to prestigious peer-reviewed journals for expedited review and publication.
Submissions should be the first-time presentations of:
- The primary endpoint or major secondary endpoint results of randomized clinical trials or registries
- Insightful meta-analyses that may impact clinical practice
- Early human clinical experiences with novel devices
There is a strict embargo placed on accepted Late-Breaking Clinical Science virtual presentations.
Optimize patient care by sharing your experience and teaching others.
Have you managed a challenging case(s) in your hospital or practice? Use this forum to share your knowledge, techniques, and experiences and to teach others how you’ve managed the complicated case(s). Submit your most challenging valvular and structural heart disease cases. The best cases will be selected for a wide variety of virtual presentations.
Please submit a PowerPoint file with approximately 5-10 slides.
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