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Bangla Interventional Therapeutics (BIT) is a platform for the interventional cardiologists around the Globe. It has become an important cardiovascular summit in South Asia. It offers exchange of views among experts from the East and the West. Besides the state-of-the-art management strategies, BIT covers the latest advances and innovations in cardiovascular interventions.

Activities:

  1. Organizes international interventional cardiology meeting.
  2. Arranges Master-classes for the young cardiologists.
  3. Provides scopes for web-based publication.
 

Latest News

  • Lowering of Systolic BP Beyond Current Targets Gets Boost in New Analysis

    Publish on: Saturday, 12th August, 2017 18:51    Last Updated on: Saturday, 12th August, 2017 19:04

    New results from a network meta-analysis make the case for reducing systolic blood pressure down to levels well below the currently recommended treatment targets.

    In their study published May 30, 2017, in JAMA: Cardiology, investigators report that patients treated to 120 to 124 mm Hg had the lowest risk of cardiovascular events and all-cause mortality, a finding that supports lowering the systolic blood pressure treatment target in certain patients with hypertension.

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  • Anticoagulation in Pregnant Women With Mechanical Heart Valves: A Balancing Act

    Publish on: Sunday, 2nd July, 2017 04:17    Last Updated on: Sunday, 2nd July, 2017 04:52

    Women with mechanical heart valves require anticoagulation during pregnancy in order to prevent thromboembolic events, but each drug regimen risks harming either the mother or fetus. Now, a new meta-analysis published online this week in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology may help clinicians navigate that balancing act.

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  • Seven Next-Generation Bioresorbable Scaffolds Show Promise but Face Major Hurdles

    Publish on: Thursday, 1st June, 2017 04:30    Last Updated on: Sunday, 4th June, 2017 06:48

    PARIS, France—Early data on a handful of new, second-generation bioresorbable scaffold (BRS) devices presented at the EuroPCR 2017 meeting seem to be exciting engineers and clinicians alike, but questions remain with regard to the proper trajectory for research in this field.

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  • Triage Strategy for Urgent Management of Cardiac Tamponade

    Publish on: Sunday, 24th August, 2014 09:25    Last Updated on: Sunday, 4th June, 2017 06:30

    At present, no formal guidelines are available from major medical and Cardiology societies to guide clinicians managing cardiac tamponade. For the first time, a position statement has been made available from the European Society of Cardiology to provide updated, evidence-based recommendations for triage and clinical management of patients with cardiac tamponade.

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  • Update on 2007 SCAI/ACCF/AHA Expert Consensus Document on Percutaneous Coronary Intervention without On-Site Surgical Backup

    Publish on: Tuesday, 19th August, 2014 09:40    Last Updated on: Sunday, 4th June, 2017 06:28

    Recently, the 2007 SCAI/ACCF/AHA Expert Consensus Document on Percutaneous Coronary Intervention without On-Site Surgical Backup has been updated. The consensus document has found no indication of increased mortality or a greater need for emergency bypass surgery (CABG) for heart attack or elective PCI patients at centres without on-site cardiac surgery.

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Cases


Iatrogenic dissection of Trans-Radial CTO PCI of LCX- Sequential and prolong ballooning seal the perforation after stenting.
By- Shams Munwar, MRCP(UK), D.Card (London), FRCP(Edin); AHM Waliul Islam, MBBS, PhD., FACC, FSCAI, FAPSIC
PCI of SVG-LAD and SVG-OM graft in a Bangladeshi patient with TVD 7 years after CABG with or without distal protection device
By- Shahabuddin Talukder, MBBS, FCPS, D’card; AHM Waliul Islam, MBBS, PhD., FACC, FSCAI, FAPSIC
Unprotected LM stem PCI
By- AHM Waliul Islam, MBBS, PhD., FACC, FSCAI, FAPSIC,Shahabuddin Talukder, MBBS, D. Card, FCPS;
ASD Device closure and Trans-Radial PCI in Same Hospital admission
By- AQM Reza, MBBS, MD(Card), FACC, FSCAI; AHM Waliul Islam, MBBS, PhD., FACC, FSCAI, FAPSIC, Atique Bin Siddique, MBBS, D.Card.(London)
Complex CTO PCI by reverse CART technique in a Bangladeshi patient 16 yrs after CABG and its patency after 18 months Follow-up
By- Shams Munwar, MRCP (UK), D. Card (London), FRCP; AHM Waliul Islam, MBBS, PhD., FACC, FSCAI, FAPSIC
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