Meeting Information


Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) has been one of treatment options to care the patients suffering from prevalent cardiovascular disease and it is the main subject of COMPLEX PCI.
COMPLEX PCI: Make it Simple - Technical Forum A to Z is designed to provide a valuable learning experience about WHY, HOW, WHERE PCI for all members of the heart team.

  • WHY PCI?

    Rationale for PCI / Patient & Lesion Selection

  • HOW PCI?

    Function-Guided Approach / Imaging-Guided Approach


    Comparative Analysis of Contemporary DES / Future Perspectives of BRS and DEB

  • HOW TO DO?

    Calcified / Long / Tandem / Left Main & Bifurcation / CTO Lesion
    Vulnerable Plaque
    Multi-Vessel / Small Vessel Disease
    Cutting Balloon
    Trans-Radial vs. Trans-Femoral Intervention
    Imaging, Physiology and Angiographic Guided PCI

What Can You Learn from COMPLEX PCI 2023?

  • Appropriate Patients / Treatment Selection
  • Review Interventional Techniques and Devices from the Fundamental to the Newest Point of View Related to Patient Care in the Complex Coronary Intervention Disease
  • Compare and Contrast Different Approaches to Treat the Same Type of Lesion
  • Learn Various Treatment Strategies through Reviewing Diverse Challenging Cases Submitted from All Around the World and Discussing with the World Renowned Experts

Why Attend COMPLEX PCI 2023?

Who Attend COMPLEX PCI 2023?

  • Interventional Cardiologists
  • General Cardiologists
  • Physicians who are Interested in Cardiology and Vascular Medicine
  • Radiologists
  • Basic Scientists
  • Vascular Medicine Specialists
  • Nurses and Technologists
  • Healthcare Professionals with Special Interest in the Interventional Vascular Therapy and Medicine

Who Supports COMPLEX PCI 2023?

COMPLEX PCI is organized by CardioVasucular Research Foundation (CVRF) and supported by Heart Institute of Asan Medical Center (Seoul, Korea) and partially funded by educational grants from commercial supporters.
The CardioVascular Research Foundation wishes to extend special appreciation to Clinical Research Center for Ischemic Heart Disease for their continued support to our programs.