Maastricht Mitral Masters




Unedited recording of the 2nd Maastricht Mitral Masters is ready. 

17 experts, 12 talks, Live-case and great discussions. There were colleagues logging in from 41 countries. 

Registration for VOD (video on demand) is now available. 

Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair for intermediate and complex cases: Webinar with live-surgery



Date: 24 January 2021

Time: 13:00-17:00 (CET European)
Early registration (till 15 January): € 25
Late registration (till 23 January): € 50

 Peyman Sardari Nia at the OR room in Maastricht UMC+ Da Vinci robot Maastricht UMC+ Peyman Sardari Nia




I am very pleased and honored to invite you to the second edition of Maastricht Mitral Masters. For many years we have provided here in Maastricht training for minimally invasive mitral valve surgery with simulators to many colleagues around the world. We have hosted many surgeons for short and longer periods to visit our hospital and operating theater.

Many educational events have been cancelled or postponed, however the need for the structural surgical training is more pertinent than ever. Therefore, we have decided to bring the educational training and experience once again to you in a different manner.

The second edition will focus again on Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair for intermediate and complex cases. We will again invite a prominent faculty from all over the globe and create an environment of maximal live-interaction of the expert panel with the operating theater, interaction with the audience and many quiz’s with online voting.

In the first edition on 27th  September 2020 we organized a Webinar with the subject of  Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Repair. We presented a Live-surgery case of fully endoscopic mitral valve repair from Maastricht and had invited prominent experts from all over the globe who provided lectures and commentary during this Webinar. The Webinar was attended by participants from 41 different countries.

Lastly, we would like to emphasize that success of any surgical program is dependent on the teamwork approach. This teamwork approach starts from patient selection, pre-operative work-up, and procedure to postoperative care. Therefore once again we will provide you a peek into our the Dedicated Mitral Valve Treatment Team.

We are looking forward welcoming you on 24th January and we wish you all the best in navigating through these difficult times.


Yours sincerely,
Peyman Sardari Nia, MD, PhD

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