LINC 2015 Programme

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Global Expert Exchange

13 events
  • Tuesday, January 27th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    CCT @ LINC - Endovascular treatment in Japan: Techniques and their outcome

    Chairman:
    Giancarlo Biamino, Steve Ramee
    Moderator:
    Marco Manzi, Hiroshi Ando, Akira Miyamoto, Keisuke Hirano, Daizo Kawasaki, Yoshito Yamamoto, Osamu Iida
    1. -

      Bi-directional wiring in BTK/BTA intervention

        Hiroshi Ando
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      Duplex ultrasound-guided BTK intervention

        Akira Miyamoto
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      Olive registry: 3 years outcome of BTK intervention in Japan

        Osamu Iida
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      Live case transmission from Sapporo

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      Duplex ultrasound guided SFA intervention

        Keisuke Hirano
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      IVUS-guided SFA intervention

        Daizo Kawasaki
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      Bi-directional wiring in SFA intervention

        Yoshito Yamamoto
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      Questions and answers, discussion

  • Tuesday, January 27th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    A comprehensive approach to diabetic patient treatment

    Chairman:
    Frank Vermassen, Roberto Ferraresi, Ömer Göktekin
    Moderator:
    Michael Edmonds, Marco Manzi, Dai-Do Do
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      Vascular disease in diabetic patients: What is different?

        Eric Ducasse
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      Vascular screening in diabetic patients: How aggressive should we be and when to intervene?

        Roberto Ferraresi
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      Live case transmission from Berlin

    4. -

      Vascular complications in below the knee interventions

        Maria Baldasare
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      A new classification of the diabetic ischemic foot promotes a modern approach to treatment

        Michael Edmonds
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      How to revascularize the diabetic patient: wound related vs. total treatment

        Matthias Tenholt
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      The essentials for BTK procedures: wires, balloons, what else …

        Dai-Do Do
    8. -

      Blue, red and black slopes: How to advance my interventional programme for diabetic BTK disease

        Marco Manzi
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      Complication management in BTK procedures

        Andrew Holden
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      The relevance of vessel-patency for optimal outcomes and approaches to achieve it

        Enrico Marone
    11. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    12. -

      Is long-term patency essential for BTK interventions?

        Prakash Krishnan
    13. -

      Factors effecting outcome of CLI procedures

        Kiang Hiong Tay
    14. -

      How to arrange the follow-up and how should wound healing guide re-intervention decisions

        Katja Mühlberg
    15. -

      What is standardized wound therapy and when to perform minor amputations

        Carlo Caravaggi
  • Tuesday, January 27th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Alternative approach to end stage critical limb ischemia

    Chairman:
    Jihad Mustapha
    Moderator:
    Roberto Ferraresi, Vlad Alexandrescu, Pramook Mutirangura, Steven Kum, Yih Kai Tan
    1. -

      BTK revascularization: unresolved issues and outlook

        Roberto Ferraresi
    2. -

      A hybrid variant (endovascular & surgical) of deep calf veins arterialization targeting leg venosomes

        Vlad Alexandrescu
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      Deep venous arterialisation – long term surgical results

        Pramook Mutirangura
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      Recorded case: Percutaneous DVA – an introduction

        Steven Kum
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      Percutaneous DVA – clinical follow up, future plans, and pipeline

        Steven Kum
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      Questions and answers, closing remarks by the chairman

  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Catheter-based treatment of hypertension, heart failure and beyond – where do we stand, where do we go?

    Chairman:
    Felix Mahfoud, Horst Sievert
    Moderator:
    Thomas Zeller, Paul Sobotka, Roland Schmieder, Michael Böhm, Oliver Vonend
    1. -

      Renal denervation: what has anatomy taught us?

        Renu Virmani
    2. -

      From bench to bedside: how and where to treat the renal artery?

        Felix Mahfoud
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      How does renal artery anatomy effect the outcome of RDN procedures?

        Britta Vogel
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      What to learn from recent clinical trials: Symplicity HTN-3, FRENCH-DENERV-HTN, PRAGUE-15?

        Thomas Zeller
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      Renal denervation – dead or alive? The view point of a nephrologist/hypertenoion specialist

        Oliver Vonend
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      Recent clinical findings and how they changed my patient selection: who is the ideal candidate?

        Philipp Lurz
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      What is needed now? New clinical trials that would change my clinical practice

        Roland Schmieder
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      Renal denervation in patients with impaired kidney function – results from the Heidelberg RDN registry

        Erwin Blessing
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      Late results of radiofrequency denervation and assessment of vessel patency

        Yvonne Bausback
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      Preliminary results of RETREAT (renal denervation with ultrasound after failed radiofrequency denervation)

        Horst Sievert
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      Going to the source: A disruptive approach to renal denervation with the non-vascular Verve system

        Richard Heuser
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      Turn the page for hypertension and lets go for heart failure and arrhythmias

        Michael Böhm
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      Blood pressure-lowering interventions beside renal denervation – what is on the horizon?

        Horst Sievert
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      Treatment of resistent hypertension by creation of an AV anastomosis: the pathophysiologic basis and principle of treatment

        Paul Sobotka
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      Orchestrating sympathovagal balance with Barostim

        Navid Madershahian
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      Barostim: Clinical evidence in resistant hypertension and heart failure

        Jochen Müller-Ehmsen
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Challenging cases and complications

    Chairman:
    Stefan Müller-Hülsbeck
    Moderator:
    Sheyla Alfaro, Stanislav Bartus, Piero Montorsi, Gioachino Coppi
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      Carotid/Venous/Miscellaneous

    2. -

      Carotid artery stenting for complicated patients

        Yong Quan Gu
    3. -

      OPCABG+CEA+CAS simultaneously for a ischemic heart disease with bilateral severe carotid stenosis

        Zhidong Ye
    4. -

      Optical coherence tomography during carotid stent procedures: Tips, techniques and advantages

        Suhail Dohad
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      Treatment of subclavian and axillary artery aneurysms

        Francesco Aiello
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      Exposed and infected carotid pseudoaneurysm endovascular treatement beginning with stenting and ending in hemorrhagic shock treated with coil embolization months later

        Christopher Stout
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      Accidental placement of an internal jugular 8 french sheath in vertebral artery with bleeding and thrombus hanging off of sheath in vertebral artery – endovascular treatment

        Mark Goodwin
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      Massive pulmonary embolism– the next frontier

        Mahir Elder
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      Intravascular ultrasound guidance for IVC filter placement

        Donald Jacobs
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      Complication and retrieval related to an embolized core valve

        Suhail Dohad
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      Aorto ostial stenting: outcomes of the first 150 consecutive patients treated using a novell ostial stent positioning balloon

        Richard Kovach
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Challenging cases and complications

    Chairman:
    Lawrence Garcia, Jörn Balzer
    Moderator:
    Dai-Do Do, Fabrizio Fanelli, Yoshiaki Yokoi, Marcus Thieme
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      Peripheral

    2. -

      Dissections, perforations and embolizations: treating complications caused by lower extremity interventions

        Scott Stevens
    3. -

      Delayed femoral artery pseudoaneurysm after stenting

        Ehrin Armstrong
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      SFA long segment disease, treatment with laser and focal force balloons

        Delair Gardi
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      Intravascular imaging insights into the mechanism of action of focal force balloon angioplasty

        Sahil Parikh
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      OCT guided atherectomy

        Amir Kaki
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      The case of transradial minimum invasive endovascular treatment for bil-long iliac lesions using 3D angiography

        Makoto Sugihara
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      Ultrasonography guided wiring for SFA-CTO lesions

        Keisuke Hirano
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      Alternative ways to access as well as cross CTO's in peripheral vascular disease: challenges and complications

        Perwaiz M. Meraj
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      Management of in-stent restenosis in femoropopliteal artery

        Atsushi Tosaka
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      Outcome of Zilver PTX stents placed in the infra inguinal outflow for Rutherforford criteria >3 and or CLI patients – 1 year ultrasound follow up

        Awais Siddique
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      The use of DEB in today's clinical practice – update from the Heidelberg registry

        Britta Vogel
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      Heparin-bonded dual-component stent implantation in de-novo stenotic and occlusive popliteal artery lesions: 1-year results

        Ulf Teichgräber
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      Utility of intramedial delivery of dexamethasone to prevent restenosis – DANCE study

        George Adams
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      Common femoral artery intervention in Japanese situation

        Hiroki Takahashi
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      Atherectomy of CTO SFA – Turbohawk with pedal access

        Satyaprakash Makam
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Challenging EVAR cases and complications – Part I

    Chairman:
    Piotr Kasprzak
    Co-Chairman:
    Mario Lachat
    Moderator:
    Sven Seifert, Carlo Setacci, Dieter Raithel, Eric Ducasse
    1. -

      Introduction by the chairman

    2. -

      Chimney technique in challenging anatomies

        Hazem Habboub
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      Optimizing the accuracy of the Trivascular ovation aortic aneurysm stent graft in short neck situtations: A novel pre-deployment use of contrast enhanced visualization of the main body seal zone

        Steve Henao
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      Aortic stent grafting with preservation of the inferior mesenteric artery – 2 cases

        Donald Jacobs
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      Fenestration technique of iliac artery covered stent: purpose and clinical significance

        Huagang Zhu
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      Strategy for tortuous iliac curvature to accomplish EVAR for infrarenal AAA: Use of peripheral stent-graft as a bridge

        Nam Yeol Yim
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      Endovascular repair of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms is superior to open repair in risk stratified patients: a look at the United States experience through the SVS vascular quality initiative 2003–2013

        William Robinson
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      Ascending aortic pseudoaneurysm following aortic valve replacement and sternal wound infection

        Jeffrey Slaiby
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      Coil embolization of aortic dissection false lumen after TEVAR

        Robert Feezor
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      Upward displacement of Talent aortic endograft presented with ruptured aneurysm

        Mohammad Hosni
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      Disseminated intravascular coagulation after endovascular aneurysm repair in patient with hostile neck

        Young-Hwan Kim
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      SMA dissection with acute occlusion, after emergent EVAR for symptomatic AAA

        John Phillips
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      Management of gutter endoleaks during TEVAR with chimney in zone O: A useful technique coiling from LCCA

        Daisuke Fukui
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      Chimney combinded with periscope technique to treat an acute aortic dissection patient with aberrant right subclavian artery

        Wei Ye
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Current realities of endovascular therapy in Latin America

    Chairman:
    Miguel Montero-Baker, Giancarlo Biamino
    Moderator:
    Frank Criado, Ralf Langhoff, Bruno Freitas
    1. -

      Introduction to the Latin America LINC panel and objectives of global integration

        Miguel Montero-Baker
    2. -

      The globalization of Latin America: a personal story which translates an era of change

        Alejandro Fabiani
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      Keys to develop an endovascular limb-salvage program in a developing country

        José Antonio Muñoa Prado
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      Live case transmission from São Paulo

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      Affordable (home-made) tools and tricks for crossing complex lesions (SFA and BTK)

        Luis Morelli Alvarez
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      Extreme access as means to avoid rising costs for interventions

        Luis Alberto Cruz-Vasquez
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      Brazilian techiques in peripheral intervention

        Luis Virgen
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      The scientific renaissance of Colombia – a new global leader in endo innovation

        Carlo Vallejo
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      Initial real-world experience with absorbable stenting for tibial disease

        Juan Barrera
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      Integration of ultrasound to optimize endovascular interventions

        Larry Diaz-Sandoval
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      Mexico's limitation regarding succesful EVAR program: critical view and proposal of change

        Luis Ricardo Sanchez Escalante
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 28th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Challenging cases and complications

    Chairman:
    Yoshiaki Yokoi, Giancarlo Biamino
    Moderator:
    Steve Ramee, Thomas Rand
    1. -

      Critical Limb Ischemia

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      Lack of PAD awareness amongst physicians treating diabetes and end stage renal disease. Results of multi-region survey in the USA

        Paramjit Chopra
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      Routine strategy of coronary angiography in patients with critical limb ischemia

        Michael Lee
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      The vascular team – how to improve outcomes in critical limb ischemia by integrating vascular medicine and surgery services

        Leonardo Clavijo
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      Importance of infrapopliteal angioplasty based on the angiosome concept for critical foot ischemia

        Donghua Ji
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      Impact of the below-the-ankle angioplasty for ischemic foot

        Tatsuya Nakama
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      Endovascular treatment in foot arteries beyond pedal arch

        Sang Woo Park
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 29th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Endovenous therapies for varicous veines

    Chairman:
    Lars Rasmussen
    Moderator:
    Martin Mory, Attila Szabó, Matthias Ulrich
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      Patient screening and evaluation for endovenous therapy

        Daniela Branzan
    2. -

      The current evidence on standard ablation technologies: 5 year results with RF, laser, foam and surgical stripping

        Lars Rasmussen
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      Available technologies

    4. -

      Recorded case: Venefit™ procedure - endothermal treatment of varicose veins with the ClosureFast™ catheter

        Martin Mory
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      The evolution of laser technologies for endovenous treatment

        Thomas Pröbstle
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      The Clarivein technology

        Attila Szabó
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      Clarivein recorded case

        Matthias Ulrich
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      Is steam still a solution for endovenous ablation?

        Michael Jünger
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      Recorded case: VenaSeal™ closure system: Tumescent-free treatment of symptomatic venous reflux disease

        Tobias Hirsch
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      VenaSeal™Closure System/Sapheon – Is it the solution?

        Thomas Pröbstle
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      When to use which technology? Considerations based on clinical and preclinical insights

        Michael Kendler
    12. -

      Panel discussion

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      Advanced disease management

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      The management of side branches and perforator

        Thomas Noppeney
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      The case where endovenous therapy is not appropriate

        Karin Brachmann
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      How to establish an endovenous programme? In-hopspital vs. office-based setting and reimbursement considerations

    17. -

      Panel discussion

    18. -

      Endovascular and open management of renal vein nutcracker syndrome

        Robert Feezor
  • Thursday, January 29th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Nurse and Technician Forum – Part I

    Chairman:
    Antonio Micari, Jos van den Berg, Felix Mahler
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      Basic techniques in peripheral interventions

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      Step by Step: How I treat SFA lesions

        Sabine Steiner
    3. -

      Step by Step: Infrapopliteal revascularization

        Antonio Micari
    4. -

      Step by Step: Carotid artery stenting procedures

        Ralf Langhoff
    5. -

      Step by Step: Hybrid procedures for peripheral obstructive disease

        Holger Staab
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      Before and after an endovascular procedure

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      Revascularisation for claudication: when is it indicated, when not?

        Markus Haumer
    8. -

      How do I chose the appropriate closure device

        Jean Marc Pernes
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      Medical therapy after angioplasty / stenting

        Erich Minar
    10. -

      Strategies for crossing complex femoropopliteal and BTK lesions

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      Subintimal or intraluminal, which way to go?

        Koen Deloose
    12. -

      14, 18, 20, 35: Which wire for which lesion and why?

        Michael Piorkowski
  • Thursday, January 29th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Challenging EVAR cases and complications – Part II

    Chairman:
    Piergiorgio Cao, Martin Malina
    Moderator:
    Sven Seifert, Reza Ghotbi, Spiridon Botsios
    1. -

      TEVAR for embolizing lesions of the aorta

        Michel Makaroun
    2. -

      Cheesewire fenestration of a chronic juxtarenal dissection flap to facilitate proximal neck fixation during EVAR

        Venita Chandra
    3. -

      Respiratory tract bleeding secondary to Kommerell's diverticulum: endovascular management

        Ivan Arismendi Ortiz
    4. -

      TEVAR with celiac trunk embolization to expand short distal landing zone

        Hwan-Jun Jae
    5. -

      Endovascular treatment for toracic aortic trauma

        Cristina Riguetti-Pinto
    6. -

      Endovascular treatment of complex thoracic dissection in Mexico

        Guering Eid Lidt
    7. -

      Treatment of successful arch aneurysms cases: Outcome from over ten cases using handcrafted LSA branch fenestrated valiant captivia stentgrafts

        Yoshihiko Kurimoto
    8. -

      Aorto-esophageal and aorto-bronchial fistula after TEVAR

        Igor Končar
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      What do you do with a patient having a AAA with unilateral groin access and a very high risk of general anesthesia

        Gioachino Coppi
  • Thursday, January 29th: - , Global Expert Exchange

    Nurse and Technician Forum – Part II

    Chairman:
    Koen Deloose, Yvonne Bausback
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      Aortic interventions

    2. -

      Thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR): Indications and basic procedure

        Tilo Kölbel
    3. -

      Abdominal aortic aneurysm: basics of endovascular repair

        Jos van den Berg
    4. -

      Transcatheter aortic-valve implantation (TAVI): Indications and basic procedure

        Axel Linke
    5. -

      Emergencies in the cathlab

    6. -

      Complications in the cathlab, and what the team learned from it

        Marianne Brodmann
    7. -

      Bleeding complications and puncture site complications

        Stefan Müller-Hülsbeck
    8. -

      Endovascular repair of ruptured abdominal aneurysms

        Bruno Freitas
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      Miscellaneous

    10. -

      The corelab – tasks and responsibilities

        Ulrich Beschorner
    11. -

      Endovascular treatment of venous ulcerations

        Elisabeth Singer
    12. -

      Drug-eluting devices

        Matthias Ulrich
    13. -

      Intravascular Imaging – Technique and Indication

        Gianmarco de Donato
    14. -

      Radiation exposure from the technicians point of view

        Alexander Gangl
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      Limb salvage

    16. -

      Chronic limb ischemia: preventing amputations – an interdisciplinary challenge

        Rolf Engelberger
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      Treatment of the diabetic foot – the how and why

        Gianmarco de Donato