Goals & Objectives

Interventional cardiology fellows are expected to perform both diagnostic cardiac catheterizations, as well as all manner of percutaneous coronary interventions independently after completing the fellowship program. Fellows will also learn to recognize and promptly treat all complications resulting from percutaneous coronary interventions.

Fellows are expected to take an active role in the area of research. For more detailed requirements see the research section.

After completing the program, the operator will be able to perform coronary angioplasty, stenting, atherectomy, IVUS, coronary pressure wire measurements, thrombectomy, distal protection devices and will be able to use multiple vascular closure devices. In addition, fellows will be afforded the opportunity to learn about the utilization and delivery of novel generation drug-eluting stents and peripheral/structural interventions.

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