LINC 2015 Programme

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Discussion Forum

10 events
  • Tuesday, January 27th: - , Discussion Forum

    Abbott Vascular endovascular electronic education program – below the knee interventions – Panel discussion with recorded cases

    Chairman:
    Max Amor
    Moderator:
    Hans Martin Gißler, Roberto Ferraresi, Luis Mariano Palena, Christian Wissgott
  • Tuesday, January 27th: - , Discussion Forum

    Why I do what I do in challenging or emergency situations

    Chairman:
    Thomas Zeller
    Discussant:
    Bertrand Saint-Lebes, Peter Riley, Daniele Savio, Giorgio Poletto
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      The GORE® TIGRIS® Vascular Stent for treatment of severe obstructive disease in the external iliac artery

        Bertrand Saint-Lebes
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      Endovascular treatment of central venous stenosis in emergencies

        Peter Riley
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      The GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis in a complex case of double subclavian aneurysm: three years follow-up

        Daniele Savio
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      Double recanalization in a challenging TASC D lesion: what I have learned

        Giorgio Poletto
  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Discussion Forum

    Challenges in EVAR: current solutions and future needs

    Chairman:
    Michael Dake
    Discussant:
    Rob Fisher, Giovanni Pratesi, Robert Rhee, Michel Reijnen
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      Overcoming challenging aortic anatomy: from hostile necks to tortuous iliac arteries

        Rob Fisher
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      Iliac branching devices – dos and don’ts

        Giovanni Pratesi
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      Precision and accuracy in treating hostile anatomy: limitations and on-going needs

        Robert Rhee
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Discussion Forum

    VIVA @ LINC: Post-EVAR disasters – how I fix problems when they occur

    Chairman:
    Peter Schneider
    Discussant:
    Michael Dake, Chris Metzger, Gary Ansel
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      This is a case-based session focussing on what we like best … real cases with challenges and complications that make the experts sweat. In this amphitheatre setting, audience participation is encouraged and step-by-step case management is featured and discussed. This round room setting is dedicated to controversial or interactive talk-show-like sessions

  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Discussion Forum

    Open questions in the treatment of acute uncomplicated Type B dissection

    Chairman:
    Jan Brunkwall
    Discussant:
    Michael Dake, Michael Jenkins, Thomas Larzon, Santi Trimarchi
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      Is medical treatment alone the treatment of choice for all patients with uncomplicated Type B dissection?

        Michael Jenkins
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      Interactive discussion of uncomplicated Type B dissection cases in medical treatment - Case examples

        Thomas Larzon
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      Panel discussion: What is daily practice treating uncomplicated Type B dissections?

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      Panel discussion

  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Discussion Forum

    Abbott Vascular endovascular electronic education program – treatment of the SFA – Panel discussion with recorded cases

    Chairman:
    Yann Gouëffic
    Moderator:
    Jörg Teßarek, Enrico Marone, Lieven Maene
  • Thursday, January 29th: - , Discussion Forum

    Controversial issues and open questions in venous interventions

    Chairman:
    Michael Dake
    Discussant:
    Sebastian Schellong, Nils Kucher, Michael Jaff, Gerard O'Sullivan, Cees Wittens
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      Venous interventions – Hype or reality?

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      Most patients are still best treated with anticoagulation – interventions are only justified in very selected cases!

        Sebastian Schellong
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      The evidence for venous interventions is evolving – many patients do actually benefit!

        Nils Kucher
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      How to select appropriate endpoints and measure success?

        Michael Jaff
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      Discussion and conclusion

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      Are venous interventional techniques ready for prime-time?

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      Thrombus removal in acute and subacute thrombosis: How to achieve and the role of filter protection

        Gerard O'Sullivan
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      Venous stenting: How does the optimal device look like and does it already exist?

        Cees Wittens
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      What is the optimal time window for treating deep venous thrombosis – acute vs. subacute vs. chronic cases

        Peter Schneider
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 29th: - , Discussion Forum

    The great debate: Are all DCB equal?

    Chairman:
    Michael Jaff, Dierk Scheinert
    Discussant:
    Gunnar Tepe, Renu Virmani, Stephan Duda, Marianne Brodmann
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      There are clear differences in DCB outcomes in the SFA for various coatings – DCB are not equal!

        Gunnar Tepe
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      Lacking head-to-head trials comparing different DCB studies is comparing apples and oranges – Results have been substantially affected by trial design

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      The relevance of Paclitaxel dose and coating for efficacy and safety

        Renu Virmani
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      Whats next to come in the drug delivery space: Ongoing DCB programmes

        Stephan Duda
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      Lessons learned from INPACT.Deep and why we should stay away from DCB for BTK interventions

        Erich Minar
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      DCB are still a valid option to solve the challenge of BTK vessel patency: Lutonix BTK trials are continuing

        Marianne Brodmann
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 29th: - , Discussion Forum

    Meet with the experts of the GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis

    Chairman:
    Peter Soukas
    Discussant:
    Michel Reijnen, Jorge Fernández Noya, Michele Antonello
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      What I am still learning with the GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis

        Michel Reijnen
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      Best practices for durable results

        Jorge Fernández Noya
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      How I treat popliteal aneurysm in my daily practice

        Michele Antonello
  • Thursday, January 29th: - , Discussion Forum

    VIVA @ LINC: The worst complication I had this year. What did I learn?

    Chairman:
    Michael Jaff
    Discussant:
    Michael Dake, John Kaufman, Chris Metzger
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      This is a case-based session focussing on what we like best … real cases with challenges and complications that make the experts sweat. In this amphitheatre setting, audience participation is encouraged and step-by-step case management is featured and discussed. This round room setting is dedicated to controversial or interactive talk-show-like sessions.