Critical Issues 2012

Critical Issues 2012

Presentation

THURSDAY MAY 24

8.00 THORACIC AORTA

PART 1: ACUTE TYPE B DISSECTIONS

Update on the ADSORB trial, buy viagra pharm   E. Verhoeven 

Are aortic bare stents needed?, clinic J. Sobocinski 

Gore side branch endograft, malady M. Dake 

Predicting type B aortic dissection outcomes with computational flow analysis, R. Gibbs 

 

8.50 PART 2: UNRESOLVED THORACIC AORTA ISSUES

The celiac trunk should never be covered: Current experience with the Bolton fenestrated endograft, V. Riambau 

Endovascular treatment of mycotic thoracic aneurysms: Bridge or definitive option?, P. Taylor 

Mixed evidence regarding coverage of the LSA, H. Verhagen 

Retrograde ascending hematoma, M. Dake 

 

9.30 IMAGING

New CT protocols to lower radiation dose & contrast media volume before and after endografting, M. Remy-Jardin 

Mobile or fixed imaging systems to perform aortic endografting, S. Haulon 

Fusion Imaging: 3D Rotational angiography or CO2 for complex aortic endografting, K. Ivancev 

EVAR follow up with ultrasound, G. Deklunder 

 

11.00 PARA RENAL ANEURYSMS, PATIENTS SELECTION

Which patients should not have para-renal aneurysms laparoscopic repair?, M. Coggia 

When can chimneys work?, M. Malina 

Fenestrated endografts: causes of long term failure, J. Brennan 

Endologix Nellix: Can nellix repair all para-renal aneurysms?, A. Holden 

 

12.00 PARA RENAL ANEURYSMS, TECHNICAL ASPECTS

Secondary procedures after aortic aneurysm repair with fenestrated and branched endografts, J. Tessarek 

Vascutek fenestrated endograft current indications and limitations, P. Bungay 

Ventana fenestrated system: Current indications and limitations, A. Holden 

Cook Medical off-the-shelf fenestrated endograft: current indications and limitations, T. Resch 

 

14.00 T HORACOABDOMINAL ANEURYSMS PART 1

Thoracoabdominal aneurysms open or endovascular repair?, P. Cao 

Hybrid repair of TAAAs: State of the art, R. Chiesa 

Methods of preventing spinal cord ischemia during TAA open and endovascular surgery, JP. de Vries 

Update on the Sac Perfusion Branch to Prevent SCI, K. Ivancev 

Endovascular repair: How to minimize post operative risk, T. Resch 

 

14.45 T HORACOABDOMINAL ANEURYSMS PART 2

The configuration of sidebranches is important to match anatomy, M. Ferreira 

Off the shelf branched endograft: Patient selection and sizing, T. Chuter 

Repair of visceral aortic patch aneurysm after open thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm repair, D. Adam 

Chronic type B dissections: are fenestrated and branched endografts an
option?, S. Haulon 

 

16.00 NEW TECHNOLOGIES – NEW AORTIC ENDOGRAFTS AND BRIDGING STENTS

Robotic Arch Cannulation, N. Cheshire 

New atrium covered stents?, E. Verhoeven 

CORDIS abdominal endograft: Early experience with a new customizable, ultra-low profile abdominal aortic aneurysm stent graft system, G. Patresi 

New aortic endograft and bridging stents: Medtronic next generation abdominal endograft, P. Cao 

Clinical trial results of treovance: The latest generation of AAA stentgraft, R. Chiesa 

 

 

FRIDAY MAY 25

8.15 ABDOMINAL AORTA

Does EVAR suitability impact outcomes of AAA & RAAA repair?, F. Veith 

Improved results with third generation endografts, F. Verzini 

 

Percutaneous closure devices: Technique and literature review, R. Hassen-Khodja 

Endovascular repair of aorto-enteric fistula: A bridge to surgery?, F. Vermassen 

Endovascular repair of aortic aneurysms under local anaesthesia, M. Lachat 

 

9.20 INTERNAL ILIAC BRANCH

Internal iliac occlusion is safe during EVAR – Even bilaterally, F. Veith 

Internal iliac artery occlusion is unnecessary during EVAR, E. Verhoeven 

Tips and tricks for branched iliac, G. Pratesi 

 

10.30 ARCH

Innovation to improve outcomes in the aortic arch, M. Thompson 

Arch open and hybrid options, B. Maurel 

Bolton Branched Endograft, W. Lee 

In situ fenestrations: Total endovascular arch reconstruction, B. Sonesson 

Endovascular repair of the aortic arch, T. Chuter 

 

11.30 ASCENDING AORTA

Type A dissection: anatomical studies, J. Sobocinsk

TEVAR for the ascending aorta, R. Kolvenbach 

Transseptal and transapical antegrade access for TEVAR, T. Kölbel 

Ascending aortic endografting: The Bolton Medical experience, M. Funovics 

Faculty

Course Directors:

Eric Verhoeven, check doctor Vascular Surgeon, drugstore cialis Nürnberg, sales Germany
Wolfgang Ritter, Interventional Radiologist, Nürnberg, Germany

 

Scientific Committee:

Stephan Haulon, Vascular Surgeon, Lille, France
Tim Resch, Vascular Surgeon, Malmö, Sweden
Martin Malina, Vascular Surgeon, Malmö, Sweden
John Brennan, Cardiologist, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Richard Mc Williams, Radiologist, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Eric Verhoeven, Vascular Surgeon, Nürnberg, Germany


Honorary Faculty:

Dieter Raithel, Vascular Surgeon, Nürnberg, Germany
José Fernandes e Fernandes, Vascular Surgeon, Lisboa, Portugal

 

Invited Faculty:

Donald Adam, Vascular Surgeon, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Afshin Assadian, Vascular Surgeon, Wien, Austria
Martin Austermann, Vascular Surgeon, Münster, Germany
Jan Blankensteijn, Vascular Surgeon, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Dittmar Böckler, Vascular Surgeon, Heidelberg, Germany
Balazs Botos, Surgeon, Nürnberg, Germany
Jan Brunkwall, Vascular Surgeon, Köln, Germany
Jacques Busquet, Vascular Surgeon, Paris, France
Piergiorgio Cao, Vascular Surgeon, Roma, Italy
Neal Cayne, Cardiac Surgeon, New York, USA
Nick Cheshire, Vascular Surgeon, London, United Kingdom
Rachel Clough, Cardiologist, London, United Kingdom
Jean-Paul de Vries, Vascular Surgeon, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands
Eric Ducasse, Vascular Surgeon, Bordeaux, France
Henning Eckstein, Vascular Surgeon, München, Germany
Marcelo Ferreira, Vascular Surgeon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Robert Fisher, Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Bernd Gehringhoff, Vascular Surgeon, Münster, Germany
Roy Greenberg, Vascular Surgeon, Cleveland, USA
George Hamilton,
Vascular Surgeon, London, United Kingdom
John Hardman, Interventional Radiologist, Bath, United Kingdom
Andrew Holden, Interventional Radiologist, Auckland, New Zealand
Sabrina Houthoofd, Vascular Surgeon, Leuven, The Netherlands
Krassi Ivancev, Interventional Radiologist, London, United Kingdom
Michael Jacobs, Vascular Surgeon, Maastricht, The Netherlands
Piotr Kasprzak, Vascular Surgeon, Regensburg, Germany
Athanasios Katsargyris, Vascular Surgeon, Nürnberg, Germany
Tilo Kölbel, Vascular Surgeon, Hamburg, Germany
Ralf Kolvenbach, Vascular Surgeon, Düsseldorf, Germany
Mario Lachat, Vascular Surgeon, Zürich, Switzerland
Ian Loftus, Vascular Surgeon, London, United Kingdom
Qingsheng Lu, Vascular Surgeon, Shanghai, China
Geert Maleux, Interventional Radiologist, Leuven, Belgium
Tara Mastracci, Vascular Surgeon, Cleveland, USA
Frans Moll, Vascular Surgeon, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Nilo Mosquera, Vascular Surgeon, Ourense, Spain
Christoph Nienaber, Cardiologist, Rostock, Germany
Georg Nollert, Cardiologist, Forchheim, Germany
Kyriakos Oikonomou, Surgeon, Nürnberg, Germany
Maximilian Pichlmaier, Cardiac Surgeon, Munich, Germany
Giovanni Pratesi, Vascular Surgeon, Roma, Italy
Hermann Renner, Radiologist, Nürnberg, Germany
Vicente Riambau, Vascular Surgeon, Barcelona, Spain
Joseph Ricotta, Vascular Surgeon, Atlanta, USA
G.W.H. Schurink, Vascular Surgeon, Maastricht, The Netherlands
Markus Steinbauer, Vascular Surgeon, Regensburg, Germany
Peter Taylor, Vascular Surgeon, London, United Kingdom
Matthias Tenholt, Vascular Surgeon, Mannheim Germany
Jörg Tessarek, Vascular Surgeon, Münster, Germany
Matt Thompson, Vascular Surgeon, London, United Kingdom
Ignace Tielliu, Vascular Surgeon, Groningen, The Netherlands
Ingolf Töpel, Vascular Surgeon, Regensburg, Germany
Hence Verhagen, Vascular Surgeon, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Frank Vermassen, Vascular Surgeon, Gent, Belgium
Fabio Verzini, Vascular Surgeon, Perugia, Italy
Willelm Wisselink, Vascular Surgeon, Amsterdam, The Netherlands