Doctors using Philips scanning device on patient

Join us at TCT 2023

October 24-26
San Francisco, CA

Purposeful innovation. Empowered care.


We invite you to stop by our hub to explore solutions designed to:

  • Strengthen clinical confidence,
  • Enhance procedural efficiency, and
  • Improve patient outcomes.

Together, we can deliver better heart care with greater efficiency.

    Each day at TCT, we will have numerous interactive opportunities for you to learn how you can overcome your
    cardiovascular challenges. 

    Visit us at our interactive engagement hub

    Hands-on training

    • 3D ICE essentials: Applied skills
    • Optimizing stents with IVUS guidance - Jimmy Kerrigan, MD
    • See beyond the angiogram with IVUS and co-registration - Evan Shlofmitz, DO
    • Fundamentals of IVUS interpretation - Andrew Sharp, MD
    • Get the “inside” story with IVUS - Darshan Doshi, MD 

    • Physiology-guided PCI: Using iFR and iFR Co-registration to plan your PCI - Allen Jeremias, MD
    • Physician-led laser training - Jasvindar Singh, MD and Garrett Wong, MD
    • An intro into peripheral arterial IVUS - Robert Beasley, MD

    Expand the tabs below to see the highlights, then plan your day.

    Join our lunch symposium 12:30 – 1:30 pm
    Philips engagement hub

    Tuesday, October 24
    Advanced image-guided solutions for evolving challenges in SHD interventions

    New image-guided solutions continue to evolve, creating workflows that “think” more and more like an imager. Learn more about these workflows – with solutions such as EchoNavigator – and how they continue to drive reproducibility, transparency, and teamwork.   

    Rebecca Hahn


    Rebecca Hahn, MD

    Columbia University Irving Medical Center



    Wednesday, October 25
    Navigating the future of contemporary PCI: Physician-to-physician education and cutting-edge technology

    Discover training techniques and treatment strategies to improve overall procedural outcomes, open the door for patients once not considered candidates for PCI, and streamline workflows with integrated tools.



    Karim Al-Azizi, MD

    Baylor, Scott & White Health – The Heart Hospital





    Evan Shlofmitz, DO

    St. Francis Hospital



    Thursday, October 26
    Why 3D ICE should be a part of all SH programs – our experience adopting and expanding 3D ICE into multiple procedure types

    Hear how we have learned to maximize the benefits of 3D ICE in mitral, tricuspid, LAAO, and more. Questions and discussion encouraged. 

    Dr. Mohamad Alkhouli

    Gagan Singh, MD
    UC Davis Health
    Heart and Vascular Services

    Dr Edris Aman

    Edris Aman, MD
    UC Davis Health
    Heart and Vascular Services

    A powerful ecosystem for cardiovascular care

    Doctors using scanning device

    Coronary artery disease (CAD)

    Unlock the combination of quick, confident diagnosis and efficient, effective treatment for CAD.

    Dr monitoring SHD

    Structural heart disease (SHD)

    Improve SDH care and reduce procedure time through exceptional image guidance and seamless collaboration.

    Peripheral vascular disease patient monitor

    Peripheral vascular disease (PVD)

    Redefined outcomes for our vascular patients with innovations that simplify therapy and help reduce variability.

    Visit our virtual space for a rewarding immersive experience no matter where you are

    Join us in our 360° virtual cardiology experience anytime, anywhere.  Gain in-depth knowledge of our cardiology solutions, interact with our innovations and connect with product experts.

    We are always interested in engaging with you.

    Let us know how we can help.

    Select your area of interest
    Contact details

    1. Elgendy IY et al. Outcomes with intravascular ultrasound-guided stent implantation: a meta-analysis of randomized trials in the era of drug eluting stents. Circ-CardiovascInterv.2016;9:e003700

    2. Ahn JM, Kang SJ, Yoon SH, et al. Meta-analysis of outcomes after intravascular ultrasound-guided versus angiography-guided drug-eluting stent implantation in 26,503 patientsenrolled in three randomized trials and 14 observational studies. Am J Cardiol. 2014;113:1338-1347. Hyperlink

    3. Witzenbichler B, et al. Relationship between intravascular ultrasound guidance and clinical outcomes after drug-eluting stents: The ADAPT-DES study. Circulation. 2014 Jan:129,4;463-470.

    4. Singh V, Badheka AO, Arora S, et al. Comparison of in-hospital mortality, length of hospitalization, costs, and vascular complications of percutaneous coronary interventions guided byultrasound versus guided by angiography. Am J Cardiol. Online 18 Feb 2015.

    5. Escaned, et al. The DCR4Contrast Trial. Presented at EuroPCR as Late-Breaking clinical data May 2023.

    You are about to visit a Philips global content page


    You are about to visit a Philips global content page


    Our site can best be viewed with the latest version of Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome or Firefox.