FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17

08:00

Welcome address

Stéphan Haulon, Tara Mastracci

08:10

Proximal session

Moderators: Stéphan Haulon, Tara Mastracci

08:10 – Lesson from the PAST: Arch Fenestrations and The first Devices | Timothy Resch View the presentation
08:18 – Single or multibranch devices? Pros and cons | Nikos Tsilimparis View the presentation
08:26 – Early experience with a single branch design | Dittmar Böckler View the presentation
08:34 – Stroke and Arch Branch — what’s the cause | Tilo Kölbel View the presentation
08:42 – What to do about the aortic valve? Update on valve and LV damage following endovascular repairs? | Maximilian Kreibich View the presentation
08:50 – My challenging arch CASE | Tomasz Jakimowicz View the presentation
08:58 – Endografts for acute type A dissection | Ludovic Canaud View the presentation
09:06 – Frozen Elephant trunk – tips & tricks for better outcomes | Julien Guihaire View the presentation
09:14 – Triple Branched endoGrafts are my favorite option | Robin Heijmen View the presentation
09:22 – Total percutaneous arch branched repair | Stéphan Haulon View the presentation
09:30 – Discussion

09:50

Coffee break

10:20

Spinal ischemia session

Moderators: Germano Melissano, Carlos Timaran

10:20 – Lession from the PAST: whats actually the evidence for spinal drainage | Bijan Modarai
10:28 – MISACE — update and technical tips and tricks | Christian Etz View the presentation
10:36  – Lower extremity weakness after TAAA repair: we all see it | Tara Mastracci View the presentation
10:44 – How many stages is enough | Luca Bertoglio View the presentation
10:52 – How should we perform and monitor CSF drainage to reduce its morbidity | Germano Melissano View the presentation
11:00 – Do i need MEP’s to prevent SCI during endo TAAA repair? | Geert Willem Schurink View the presentation
11:08 – NIRS monitoring is much simpler than MEP’s | Carlos Timaran View the presentation
11:16 – Discussion 

11:36

Thoracoabdominal 1

Moderators: Stéphan Haulon, Tilo Kölbel

11:36 – Lesson from the PAST: Off the shelf devices — always the best option? | Tomasz Jakimowicz View the presentation
11:44 – How to avoid trouble when using Inner Branches? | Eric Verhoeven View the presentation
11:52 – Right versus left arm approach — what does the evidence say | Nuno Dias
12:00 – How shaggy is too shaggy to treat | Germano Melissano View the presentation
12:08 – Addressing Thoraco-Abdominal Morphology with Artificial landing zones | Antoine Millon View the presentation
12:16 – US IDE consortium: the best data on FBEVAR? | Anders Schanzer View the presentation
12:24 – Expanded use of preloaded devices: advantages and limitations | Carlos Timaran View the presentation
12:32 – My coolest CASE #1: the hardest thoracoabdominal aneurysm I’ve ever repaired | Sean Crawford View the presentation
12:40 – My coolest CASE #2: using suture to help with sheath orientatio | Giuseppe Panuccio View the presentation
12:48 – Discussion

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Chronic dissections

Moderators: Andres Schanzer, Eric Verhoeven

14:00 – How to prevent persistent flow in the false lumen: coils, occluders, endotrash? | Quentin Pellenc View the presentation
14:08 – What to do about persistent flow in the false lumen after FBEVAR | Mark Farber View the presentation
14:16 – Times when you need to land in the false lumen | Nuno Dias
14:24 – Successes and failures after candy plug implantation | Fiona Rohlffs View the presentation
14:32 – Stent-assisted balloon dilatation of chronic aortic dissection | Giovanni Rossi View the presentation
14:40 – BEVAR, a safe option in chonic dissections with collapsed true lumens? | Marcelo Ferreira View the presentation
14:48 – Tips and tricks for sizing/technical success in chronic dissections | Timothy Resch View the presentation
14:56 – Tips & tricks to perform challenging iliac branch procedures | Nilo Javier Mosquera View the presentation
15:04 – Proximal seal with LSA branched/Fenestrated devices | Guido Rouhani View the presentation
15:12 – Discussion

15:32

The AAA session

Moderators: Adrien Hertault, Timothy Resch

15:32 – Lesson from the past: OPEN repair has a role, but its second line treatmen | Andres Schanzer View the presentation
15:40 – What is a large IR neck? Should EVAR be performed in large necks? | Mark Tyrrell View the presentation
15:48 – How to improve the durability at your centre | Tara Mastracci View the presentation
15:56 – Endostaplers, a bailout option or an everyday tool? | Jean-Paul de Vries View the presentation
16:04 – How do I manage challenging anatomies in complex AAA | Mario Lescan View the presentation
16:12 – What is the real benefit of Low profile endografts, if any? | Timothy Resch View the presentation
16:20 – Percutaneous closure devices, any interesting new players in the field? | Giovanni Pratesi View the presentation
16:28 – Urgent AAA repair with short necks: open, home made fen, in situ laser fen or BEVAR? | Frédéric Cochennec View the presentation
16:36 – Discussion

16:48

Coffee break

17:18

Imaging

Moderators: Dittmar Böckler, Tilo Kölbel

17:18 – Why do we need radiation guidelines? | Bijan Modarai 
17:26 – Can we predict deformation of the aorta? | Thomas Carrell View the presentation
17:34 – Benefit of simulation when planning enbdografts | Jean-Noël Albertini View the presentation
17:42 – Making a hybrid room functional: elements of a good one | Isabelle Van Herzeele View the presentation
17:50 – Lessons learned from Brain imaging following TEVAR | Richard Gibbs View the presentation
17:58 – What technologies to replace X-ray in the near future? | Dittmar Böckler View the presentation
18:06 – Fusion for occlusive disease, a game changer? | Nicolas Louis View the presentation
18:14 – Discussion

18:34

Endoleaks

Moderators: Marcelo Ferreira, Bijan Moderai

18:34 – LESSONS from the past: treatment of Intraoperative type I endoleaks | Barend Mees View the presentation
18:42 – My approach to the type ii endoleak | Dittmar Böckler View the presentation
18:50 – Is preventive IMA coiling efficient? | Jonathan Sobocinski View the presentation
18:58 – My coolest CASE 1: the hardest endoleak I’ve ever repaired | Martin Claridge View the presentation
19:06 – My coolest CASE 2: the hardest endoleak I’ve ever repaired | Blandine Maurel View the presentation
19:14 – Discussion

19:34

End of session