Affiliated to HKCC & HKSTENT

With the support of

HONG KONG
HUBSPOT

SESSION ON SATURDAY, JUNE 19TH
FROM 13.30 TO 15.00 [ GMT +2]
7.30PM to 9.00PM [HONG KONG local time]

COMMITTEE


HUBSPOT Organizers :

Michael Kang-Yin Lee, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Andy Wai Kwong Chan, Private Practice

Speaker

Frankie, C.C., TAM, Queen Mary Hospital

Chairmen

Kam Tim Chan, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
William C.K. Chan, Private Practice
Ho Lam, Tuen Mun Hospital
Godwin T.C. Leung, Private Practice
David K.Y. Lo, Yan Chai Hospital
Andrew K.Y Ng, Grantham Hospital
Li Wah Tam, Kwong Wah Hospital
Kin Lam Tsui, Pamela Youde Nethersole Eastern Hospital

Case presenters

Ho Ka Hei, Tuen Mun Hospital
David Lo, Yan Chai Hospital
Ho Fai Daniel Fong, Princess Margaret Hospital
Jonathan Fang, Queen Mary Hospital

HONK KONG COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY

The Hong Kong College of Cardiology is a charitable organization founded in 1992. It aims at upkeeping the highest standard of cardiovascular practice and working towards the improvement of heart health amongst people of Hong Kong. There are now 306 accredited Fellows and 108 members.

HONK KONG SOCIETY OF TRANSCATHETER ENDOCARDIOVASCULAR THERAPEUTICS

Established in 2010, HKSTENT ( Hong Kong Society of Transcatheter Endocardiovascular Therapeutics) is the first of its kind stand-alone interventional cardiology society registered as charitable organization in Hong Kong. It was founded with the mission of promoting education, research and training in Interventional Cardiology in Hong Kong and Asia for the benefit of interventionists, cardiologists, allied health workers and the general public at large.

Over the past decade, our society has organized many cardiology conferences, live case demonstration courses, and dedicated workshops both locally and internationally through the collaboration with other international societies. Among these academic activities, our annual signature event, Cardiovascular Intervention Complication Forum (CICF), is the first of its kind meeting in Asia with focus on the management of cardiovascular intervention complications. This meeting is well received with an increasing number of participants from the professional communities in Hong Kong, Asia Pacific regions and other countries.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. To appreciate the various complications during coronary and structural heart interventions.
  2. To learn appropriate ways to handle these complications.
  3. To understand the challenges of AMI management during COVID-19.