TAVI / TAVR Template
for enhanced cardiovascular reporting

The European Society of Cardiovascular Radiology
teams up with Smart Reporting

to launch the ESCR Suite

The ESCR 2019 Congress President
Dr. Rodrigo Salgado
about the TAVI / TAVR-Template:

Advantages
of
TAVI / TAVR-Templates:

Clear and precise guidance while reporting TAVI / TAVR planning CTA

Ensuring completeness

Optimal selection of the right TAVI / TAVR and improved procedural planning

Important background information and graphics

Flexible template reporting including free text elements

Guidance for radiologists in training

Scientific evaluation of reports for academic purposes and for TAVI / TAVR manufacturers

Aortic stenosis is the most common heart valve disease in adults. The TAVI procedure (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation, or TAVR, Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement) has developed into a real alternative to open heart surgery for elderly or multimorbid people. In order for this procedure to proceed optimally, radiologists and cardiologists must plan the imminent implantation precisely. At this point, the TAVI / TAVR template developed by the European Society of Cardiovascular Radiology and Smart Reporting supports the diagnosis of planning CTAs. The radiologist is supported step by step in the evaluation of the planning CTA and the measurement of the aortic valve. Which measured values are of particular relevance for planning? Which projection angle would be suitable? Are there any relevant vascular calcifications along the access pathway? What must actually be included in the final findings so that the selection of the correct aortic valve and the implantation are successful?

Overview
ESCR Suite

The templates are available free of charge to all active ESCR members.

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