CTO 2022 took place February 24–25. You can now watch on demand.We look forward to seeing you at CTO 2023!
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
CTO Plus: Complex CTO & Higher Risk PCI — formerly known as the CTO Summit — is an expanded program, taking place February 24–25, 2022, at the New York Marriott Marquis. This year we added complex PCI topics to engage a larger constituency of clinical practitioners. The expansion allows for important complex PCI themes, including intravascular imaging and physiology, calcified coronary disease, left main/bifurcation lesions, diffuse disease (surgical turndowns), and mechanical circulatory support in high-risk patients.
The course will continue to embrace a live-case focus in a workshop setting to educate and train the best angioplasty techniques from the masters — the best of the best interventionalists in the world.
The conference takes place February 24–25, 2022.
CTO Plus 2022 takes place in person at the New York Marriott Marquis. A complimentary livestream will be available to watch live case presentations and discussions for those who register for online-only access.
CTO Plus 2022 is CME-accredited only for in-person attendees. After completing a post-meeting feedback survey, in-person attendees will be able to claim applicable CME credit. Please see our CME page for more information.
Online-only attendees are not eligible for CME credit.
ATTENDING IN PERSON
CTO Plus 2022 is in New York at the New York Marriott Marquis, on Broadway between 45th and 46th Streets, in the heart of the Times Square neighborhood.
We at CRF care about the health and safety of all meeting participants and are working hard to create a safe environment by implementing strict public health measures. We continually take guidance from the state and city of New York, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), and we are complying with their health and safety recommendations. As such, our team is working closely with the New York Marriott Marquis to ensure a safe experience for all attendees.
To Attend CTO Plus 2022
CRF will ask you on-site to present proof of full vaccination with an FDA- or WHO-authorized COVID-19 vaccine. Your documentation must show that you are fully vaccinated. According to the CDC, you are considered fully vaccinated:
- Two weeks after receiving your second dose in a two-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or
- Two weeks after receiving a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine.
After presenting your vaccine documentation, you will be able to proceed to the badge pick-up table on-site.
In New York City, all customers, employees, and vendors are required to be vaccinated for all indoor dining at restaurants, bars, catering/event facilities, and any other indoor sit-down dining options. This applies to all fitness centers, entertainment venues, nightclubs, and hotel venues such as the New York Marriott Marquis, where CTO Plus 2022 will be held. This requirement went into effect August 16, 2021.
For additional health and safety measures, please visit the COVID-19 Health and Safety page.
After you register, you will receive housing information in your registration confirmation email. You must book your hotel through our housing vendor to receive the negotiated discounted rate. To avoid scams, be sure to book ONLY through our official booking provider. Please see more about how to avoid booking scams.
LaGuardia Airport (LGA), at just 9 miles from the New York Marriott Marquis, is the closest airport and serves domestic U.S. cities and some Canadian cities. Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), each a 17-mile distance from the conference site, serve both domestic and international flights. Notwithstanding the proximity of the airports, car-travel time can vary widely, depending on traffic. Please plan accordingly. Visit our attendance page for more information.
On-site and livestreamed content follow a schedule based on Eastern Standard Time (UTC −5).
Registration for online-only attendance includes online access to the live case presentations and discussions on February 24–25, 2022, and on-demand access to that content for three months following the meeting. Online-only access is not eligible for CME.
- You need an internet connection and web or mobile browser. For the best viewing experience, we recommend Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Microsoft Edge. The website will not work on Internet Explorer.
- We recommend that you turn off ad-blocking software. It can block the chat feature and prevent you from seeing the video player.
- You can also view the meeting on your mobile iOS or Android device.
- See the full list of optimized browsers and devices.
On the scheduled broadcast dates, sessions will appear at the official session start time, not earlier. Stay logged in; it will begin broadcasting on schedule. Sessions are scheduled in Eastern Standard Time (UTC −5).
ACCESSING ON-DEMAND CONTENT
To participate, you need an internet connection and web or mobile browser. For the best viewing experience, we recommend Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Microsoft Edge. The website will not work on Internet Explorer. You can also view the conference on your mobile device’s iOS or Android web browser.