2018 CRITICAL ISSUES america

FEBRUARY 9 -10, 2018

Friday, February 9th

7:00 – 8:00 Registration and Breakfast - Visit the Exhibits
8:00 - 8:10 Opening Remarks - Oderich

 

I. EVAR CONTROVERSIES
Moderators

8:10     Case Presentation - Kwolek
8:25     EVAR failure - long-term estimation of aortic risk - Schermerhorn
8:35     Patterns of neck dilatation with EVAR, EVAS and open repair - Minion
8:45     Results of EVAR with large (>28mm) infrarenal necks - Jordan
8:55     Old and new strategies for angulated necks - Fillinger
9:05     Safety considerations with short (10-15mm) aortic necks - Clair
9:15     EVAS: lessons learned and changes in design - Boeckler
9:25     Panel Discussion
10:00  
Break and Visit the Exhibits







II. EVAR CHALLENGES
Moderators 
10:30    Case Presentation - A. Lee
10:45    Ruptured AAA protocol - lessons from a busy aortic center - Starnes 
10:55    EVAR explant: current indications and results - Bower
11:05    Fenestrated cuff challenges and results for type I endoleaks - Eagleton
11:15    Image-guided embolization and immediate assessment for endoleaks - Rhee
11:25    New paradigm for EVAR surveillance protocol - Shalhub
11:35    Panel Discussion 
12:00    
Sponsored Lunch with Speaker

      

III. RENAL-MESENTERIC INCORPORATION WITH FOCUS ON PARARENAL ANEURYSMS
Moderators
1:00     Case Presentation- Sanchez
1:15     Selection of sealing zone for pararenal repair and impact of number of vessels on outcomes - Resch
1:25     Is the risk of spinal cord injury with low supraceliac sealing zones low and justified?  - Schanzer
1:35     What’s available and current limitations of alignment stents for renal-mesenteric incorporation - Chuter
1:45     Predicting outcomes of CH-EVAR of the basis of number of vessels and stent configuration - J. Lee
1:55     Use of IVUS to optimize deployment of fenestrated and branched endografts - Timaran
2:05     Immediate assessment with cone beam computed tomography – is it really necessary? -F. Parodi
2:15     Update on renal outcomes for FEVAR, CHEVAR and open repair - Farber
2:25     Use of 3D models to plan complex endovascular procedures - Starnes
2:35     Panel Discussion 
3:00     Break and Visit the Exhibits  

 

IV. DEALING WITH TAAAs
Moderators -
3:20    Case Presentation - 
3:30     Which patients should be denied endovascular TAAA repair? - Sweet
3:40     When to use right, left or no brachial access? - McKinsie
3:50     Decreasing risk of spinal cord injury by ischemic preconditioning - Etz
4:00     How prolonged lower extremity ischemia can affect your outcomes - Sanchez
4:10     Staging strategies and use of neuromonitoring to optimize outcomes - Oderich
4:20     Leveraging pre-loaded catheters and guide wires to facilitate branch catheterization - Resch
4:30     Factors affecting selection of fenestrated versus branch design - Schneider
4:40     Snare-ride technique to facilitate sheath advancement in difficult cases - Ferreira
4:50     Best practices on antiplatelet regime for renal-mesenteric incorporation - Deaton
5:00     Panel Discussion

 

  

Saturday, February 10th

7:00 - 8:00        Sponsored Breakfast with Speaker

V. CHRONIC DISSECTIONS INVOLVING THE TAAA
Moderators – 
8:00    Case Presentation - Motta
8:15    Technical tips of arch replacement in preparation for TAAA repair - Etz
8:25    When and how to perform F-BEVAR for post-dissection aneurysms? - Verhoeven
8:35    Options for endovascular management of chronic dissections? - J. Parodi
8:45    Applications of internal branches for chronic dissections - Ferreira
8:55    Results of parallel grafts for chronic dissections and extensive aneurysms - Woo
9:05    Role of false lumen occlusion for chronic dissections - Mangialardi 
9:15    Dealing with recalcitrant endoleaks after endo repair of chronic dissections - Mehta
9:25    Panel Discussion
10:15  
Break and Visit the Exhibits


VI. PELVIC PRESERVATION
Moderators – 

10:45     Case Presentation - Hurd
10:55     Which patients should be considered for iliac preservation and which can be dealt with embolization? - Veith
11:05     
Anatomical issues with iliac artery preservation - Milner
11:15     Update on clinical trials with novel iliac branch devices - Stoner
11:25     Aneurysm sac sealing for iliac incorporation - Boeckler
11:35     Update on parallel stents – do we really need them after iliac branches are available? - Arthurs
11:45     CT Angiography Image Quality Acquired with Single-Energy Metal Artifact Reduction (SEMAR) Algorithm in Patients After Complex Endovascular Aortic Repair - van Rijswijk
11:55     Panel Discussion
12:15     
Sponsored Lunch with Speaker


 


VII. ASCENDING AORTA AND ARCH
Moderators – 

1:15       Case Presentation - Cooper
1:30       Anatomical issues and indications with ascending aortic grafts - Koelbel
1:40       Results with ascending stent-grafts - Lumsden
1:50       Total arch repair with two or three branch design - Haulon
2:00       Technical tips with retrograde arch branches - Panneton
2:10       Update on results on retrograde arch branches - Dake 
2:20       Considerations in patients with concomitant arch and TAAA disease - Verhoeven
2:30       Panel Discussion
3:00       Adjourn





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