Artificial intelligence-powered quantification of coronary physiology and vulnerable plaque: opportunities for novel treatment options

Sponsored by Pulse Medical
Coronary Interventions
Other coronary interventions
Stents, scaffolds and DCB
Pulse Medical
Room 243

Anchorperson: Michael Haude

Spokesperson: William Wijns

Discussants: Joost Daemen, Graziella Pompei

Speakers: Stefano Galli, Michael Joner, Chenguang Li, Shengxian Tu, Junqing Yang

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  • To share new data on Murray-law based quantitative flow ratio (muFR) pre-during-post PCI from a single angiographic view
  • To illustrate how vulnerable plaque and hemodynamic stenosis significance can be identified from artificial intelligence-based analysis of radial wall strain (RWS) from coronary angiogram
  • To review the effect of resorbable magnesium scaffold (RMS) implantation on vulnerable plaque composition and evolution
Session objectives

Michael Haude

Artificial intelligence-powered optimal assessment of coronary physiology and lesion vulnerability
Methodology and validations of angiography-based computation of muFR and RWS from a single angiographic view

Shengxian Tu

A case example of vulnerable plaque with fast progression leading to NSTEMI

Chenguang Li

A case example of vulnerable plaque identified by both RWS and OCT

Junqing Yang

Discussion and audience interaction
Will the RMS be an option for sealing of vulnerable plaque?
Key features of Freesolve RMS and degradation characteristics

Stefano Galli

A case example of vulnerable plaque treatment by Freesolve

Stefano Galli

Artificial intelligence-based plaque composition and evolution on patients treated with RMS

Michael Joner

Discussion and audience interaction
Session evaluation and key learnings

William Wijns