LINC 2017 programme

Find all topics and speakers listed below.

Conference day 1

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena 1

    SYMPOSIUM: New evidence for broadened indications using new generation stents in fempop obstructions

    Moderator:
    Dierk Scheinert
    Panel:
    Andrej Schmidt, Marcus Treitl, Miguel Montero-Baker, Konstantinos Katsanos, Luis Mariano Palena, Yann Gouëffic
    1. -

      Overview of all available stents for use in the SFA/popliteal arteries

        Andrej Schmidt
    2. -

      Stent design matters – results from a single operator registry

        Marcus Treitl
    3. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    4. -

      Advancing medical care in highly diseased patients – the US experience

        Miguel Montero-Baker
    5. -

      SUPERFAST – a prospective CTOs registry propensity matched with a historical SNS cohort

        Konstantinos Katsanos
    6. -

      The PRESTO technique for precise placement of the SUPERA in the SFA ostium and SUPERSUB update

        Luis Mariano Palena
    7. -

      CFA stenting experiences to date and insights into the CFA SUPERA study

        Yann Gouëffic
    8. -

      Live case transmission from Dendermonde

  • - , Room 2 - Main Arena 2

    Acute deep vein thrombosis

    Moderator:
    Iris Baumgartner, Michael Lichtenberg
    Panel:
    Christian Erbel, Rolf Engelberger
    1. -

      Are we ready for a paradigm shift for treating acute DVT

        Iris Baumgartner
    2. -

      Live case transmission from Bern

    3. -

      Single session therapy: Pharmacomechanical thrombolysis to treat acute iliofemoral DVT

        Nils Kucher
    4. -

      Dual session therapy: Catheter-directed thrombolysis to treat acute iliofemoral DVT

        Christian Erbel
    5. -

      Duration of anticoagulation therapy post stenting for acute iliofemoral DVT

        Rolf Engelberger
    6. -

      Update on VTE consensus guidelines?

        Michael Lichtenberg
    7. -

      Live case transmission from Galway

  • - , Scientific Posters

    Electronic posters will be displayed from 08:00 – 18:00 in front of Main Arena 1

  • - , Room 3 - Technical Forum

    DEEP DIVE SESSION: Current status of carotid revascularisation – Part I Focus on scientific data and latest technical innovations

    Moderator:
    Marco Roffi, Frank Veith
    Panel:
    Martin Storck, Stanislaw Bartus, Alison Halliday, Carlo Setacci
    1. -

      Update on the German carotid registry CAS/CEA and future outlook

        Martin Storck
    2. -

      Carotid artery stenting: current randomised evidence and future perspectives

        Marco Roffi
    3. -

      Predictors of periprocedural outcomes of carotid artery stenting: Real world experience

        Patrice Mwipatayi
    4. -

      Despite level 1 evidence to the contrary, the future outlook for carotid stenting is bright

        Frank Veith
    5. -

      Live case transmission from Cotignola

    6. -

      LATEST TECHNICAL IMPROVEMENTS IN CAROTID STENTING AND CEREBRAL PROTECTION

    7. -

      ROADSTER 2 trial: Transcervical access with reversed flow circuit for proximal protection during CAS. What have we learned so far?

        Peter Schneider
    8. -

      Carotid stenting: closed cell design versus dual layer design – are there any differences in clinical outcome?

        Stefan Müller-Hülsbeck
    9. -

      6-month results in 100 patients treated with the Road-Saver stent: The CLEAR-ROAD study

        Patrick Peeters
    10. -

      Comparison of different dual layer stent designs

        Christian Wissgott
    11. -

      Proximal protection for CAS – the superior concept?

        Giancarlo Biamino
    12. -

      Carotid artery stenting with double filtration using a post-dilation balloon with integrated embolic protection: final results of the PALADIN registry

        Ravish Sachar
    13. -

      A renaissance for CAS? Will new carotid stents and advanced protection concepts fill the gap with CEA?

        Carlo Setacci
    14. -

      Discussion

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena 1

    Drug-eluting devices for prevention of restenosis – the new standard for femoropopliteal interventions in claudicants

    Moderator:
    Dierk Scheinert, Ramon Varcoe
    Panel:
    John Laird, Marc Bosiers, Lawrence Garcia, Erich Minar
    1. -

      DCB CLINICAL TRIAL UPDATE

    2. -

      Update on 12-month results of the European and US Illumenate RCTs

        Sean Lyden
    3. -

      2-year results of the AcoArt1 – RCT for the use of the Orchid ® DCB in femoropopliteal artery disease

        Wei Guo
    4. -

      Current status of drug coated balloon treatment in the SFA: What do the 3 year outcomes from the IN.PACT SFA RCT tell us?

        John Laird
    5. -

      A real-world look at treatment effects of IN.PACT Admiral DCB: 12-month results from the IN.PACT Global Study full clinical cohort

        Marianne Brodmann
    6. -

      FIRST TIME DATA RELEASE: 6-month results of the RANGER RCT – diabetic subgroup

        Dierk Scheinert
    7. -

      FIRST TIME DATA RELEASE: 12-month results from the MDT-2113 SFA Japan trial – DCB vs. standard PTA for the treatment of atherosclerotic lesions in the SFA/PPA

        Osamu Iida
    8. -

      FIRST TIME DATA RELEASE: DCB: 12-month results of the CONSEQUENT RCT

        Thomas Albrecht
    9. -

      FIRST TIME DATA RELEASE: The Lutonix EU Long lesion study

        Dierk Scheinert
    10. -

      FIRST TIME DATA RELEASE: 12-month results of the Illumenate Global Study

        Thomas Zeller
    11. -

      FIRST TIME DATA RELEASE: Catheter-mediated deep adventitial microinfusion of dexamethasone for restenosis prevention in femoropopliteal arteries – 12-month results of the DANCE trial

        George Adams
    12. -

      FIRST TIME DATA RELEASE: 2-year results of the REAL-PTX randomised clinical trial comparing Zilver PTX vs. DCB treatment in femoropopliteal lesions

        Dierk Scheinert
    13. -

      2-year data from the MAJESTIC DES trial for treatment of femoropopliteal disease

        Stefan Müller-Hülsbeck
    14. -

      DCB + stent in the SFA: 12-month results of the Biolux4ever trial

        Marc Bosiers
    15. -

      Patterns of restenosis: a core lab driven assessment of SFA restenosis a potential shift to unify various trials

        Lawrence Garcia
    16. -

      Is combination therapy with directional atherectomy followed by DCB the answer to challenges in treating SFA disease? The REALITY trial

        Giovanni Torsello
    17. -

      Are drug-eluting devices the new standard for femoropopliteal interventions in claudication?

        Peter Schneider
    18. -

      Discussion

  • - , Room 2 - Main Arena 2

    SYMPOSIUM: The therapeutic benefit of effective debulking in arteries and veins

    Moderator:
    Thomas Zeller, Marcus Treitl
    Panel:
    Thomas Heller, Miroslav Bulvas, Steven Kum
    1. -

      Introduction

    2. -

      Why do I use mechanical debulking for the treatment of arterial occlusions?

        Thomas Zeller
    3. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    4. -

      How do I use mechanical debulking for the treatment of arterial occlusions

        Sven Bräunlich
    5. -

      How do I use mechanical debulking for the treatment of acute occlusions of the proximal veins?

        Marcus Treitl
    6. -

      Live case transmission from Münster

    7. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    SYMPOSIUM: Venovo

    Moderator:
    Rick de Graaf
    Panel:
    Michael Lichtenberg, Stephen Black
    1. -

      Introduction

    2. -

      The VERNACULAR trial and clinical experience with the Venovo venous stent

        Stephen Black
    3. -

      Experience with the Venovo stent in complicated cases

        Michael Lichtenberg
    4. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • - , Room 3 - Technical Forum

    DEEP DIVE SESSION: Current status of carotid revascularisation – Part II Revascularisation in specific disease states

    Moderator:
    Steve Ramee, Stephan Duda
    Panel:
    Stanislaw Bartus, Karl-Titus Hoffmann, Horst Sievert, William Gray
    1. -

      CAROTID REVASCULARISATION IN SPECIFIC DISEASE STATES

    2. -

      The volume of cerebral ischaemic lesion predicts the outcome after symptomatic carotid revascularisation

        Andrea Stella
    3. -

      Endovascular treatment of carotid artery aneurysms

        Klaus Mathias
    4. -

      ACST-2 trial update

        Alison Halliday
    5. -

      Carotid repair is best for asymptomatic severe carotid stenosis because medical management alone does not work

        Peter Schneider
    6. -

      Will guidelines and clinical practice regarding asymptomatic carotid stenosis change in the near future?

        Martin Storck
    7. -

      Live case transmission from Berlin

    8. -

      FOCUS ON REVASCULARISATION IN ACUTE STROKE

    9. -

      Interventional stroke treatment – fundamental trials and methods

        Karl-Titus Hoffmann
    10. -

      Acute stroke interventions: What I learned during my initial cases

        Horst Sievert
    11. -

      Intracranial thrombectomy – board certification in Germany

        Stephan Duda
    12. -

      Discussion

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena 1

    SYMPOSIUM: Drug elution in the SFA: Leave the right thing behind. Debating evidence to provide an answer

    Moderator:
    Michael Dake
    Panel:
    Erwin Blessing, Aloke Finn, Iris Baumgartner
    1. -

      Introduction

    2. -

      Why and how to prep the vessel

        Erwin Blessing
    3. -

      Live case transmission from Dendermonde

    4. -

      Understanding restenosis in the SFA

        Aloke Finn
    5. -

      The importance of scientific evidence

        Iris Baumgartner
    6. -

      Live case transmission from Münster

    7. -

      Summing up on symposium

        Michael Dake
    8. -

      Discussion and debate

  • - , Room 2 - Main Arena 2

    Venous stenting

    Moderator:
    Houman Jalaie, Stephen Black
    Panel:
    Rick de Graaf, Michael Lichtenberg, Rolf Engelberger
    1. -

      Live case transmission from Bern

    2. -

      Live case transmission from Galway

    3. -

      Patency rates and clinical results of a dedicated ring-design stent for the treatment of iliac vein lesions

        Rick de Graaf
    4. -

      Patency rates and clinical results of a dedicated closed-cell design stent for the treatment of iliac vein lesions

        Michael Lichtenberg
    5. -

      Patency rates and clinical results of a dedicated May Thurner stent

        Rolf Engelberger
    6. -

      Live case transmission from Bern

    7. -

      Live case transmission from Galway

  • - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    CCT@LINC: Japanese art of endovascular treatment: Update

    Moderator:
    Giancarlo Biamino, Kazushi Urasawa
    Panel:
    Keisuke Hirano, Hiroshi Ando, Tatsuya Nakama
    1. -

      Duplex ultrasound guided wiring for long SFA-CTO lesions: Why we prefer intra-plaque wiring?

        Keisuke Hirano
    2. -

      Another advantage of distal puncture: How to cross the un-crossable lesions?

        Hiroshi Ando
    3. -

      Aggressive strategy for the treatment of CLI cases: Current status of the below-the-ankle intervention

        Tatsuya Nakama
    4. -

      New application of CTO crossing device – Crosser: How to treat non-stenting zone using Crosser?

        Kazushi Urasawa
    5. -

      PRE-RECORDED LIVE CASES OF JAPANESE STYLE EVT

    6. -

      Case presentation

        Tatsuya Nakama
    7. -

      Case presentation

        Keisuke Hirano
    8. -

      Case presentation

        Hiroshi Ando
    9. -

      Case presentation

        Kazushi Urasawa
    10. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena 1

    Lunch

  • - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    My idea on intimal tracking: Guide wire selection for Pop-BTK treatment

    Moderator:
    Jos van den Berg
    1. -

      Introduction

    2. -

      My experience in Austria

        Marianne Brodmann
    3. -

      My experience in Italy

        Roberto Ferraresi
    4. -

      My experience in Japan

        Osamu Iida
    5. -

      Discussion

    6. -

      Closing remarks by the moderator

  • - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    The unique advantages of a swirling flow stent: BioMimics 3D

    Moderator:
    Steve Williams
    Panel:
    Bob Smouse, Gunnar Tepe, Thomas Zeller, Michael Lichtenberg
    1. -

      Introduction

    2. -

      How new stent design can improve outcome: the BioMimics 3D story

        Bob Smouse
    3. -

      Is swirling flow the natural partner to DCBs?

        Gunnar Tepe
    4. -

      Clinical evaluation of the swirling flow stent: the MIMICS experience

        Thomas Zeller
    5. -

      The unique advantages of BioMimics 3D: My experience with the swirling flow stent

        Michael Lichtenberg
    6. -

      Discussion

  • - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Update on peripheral clinical trials and new data – Below the knee/Critical limb ischemia

    Moderator:
    Jihad Mustapha
    Panel:
    Miguel Montero-Baker, Steven Kum
    1. -

      Amputation-free survival between endovascular therapy and bypass surgery in CLI patients: interim analysis of the CRITISCH registry

        Theodosios Bisdas
    2. -

      Update on the BEST – CLI trial

        Matthew Menard
    3. -

      Drug-eluting stents versus drug-coated balloons versus plain balloon angioplasty and bare metal stents for the infrapopliteal arteries? An evidence-based approach from a bayesian network meta-analysis

        Konstantinos Katsanos
    4. -

      Lutonix efficacy in BTK: Latest outcomes from the BTK global registry

        Michael Lichtenberg
    5. -

      Apollo registry trial: below-the-knee angioplasty with paclitaxel eluting balloon catheters in CLI

        René Aschenbach
    6. -

      The TANGO trial: A phase 2 below the knee study investigating the micropuncture mediated application of Temsirolimus after PTA or atherectomy in CLI patients

        Ian Cawich
    7. -

      Use of ultrasound to enhance paclitaxel delivery in CLI patients with femoro-popliteal disease: PACUS trial – C. Del Giudice

    8. -

      LUMINOR registry: a real world experience with a new DEB in advanced limb ischemia

        Vicente Riambau
    9. -

      Discussion

  • - , Room 2 - Main Arena 2

    LUNCH SYMPOSIUM: Venous stenting – why, when, and how?

    Moderator:
    Stephen Black
    Panel:
    Rick de Graaf, Erin Murphy
    1. -

      Introduction

    2. -

      Venous stenting – clinical presentation – why?

        Rick de Graaf
    3. -

      Importance of stent and clinical study design for venous disease – when?

        Stephen Black
    4. -

      Imaging to optimise outcomes in venous stenting – how?

        Erin Murphy
    5. -

      Discussion and summary

  • - , Room 3 - Technical Forum

    LUNCH SYMPOSIUM: Management of arterial and venous occlusive diseases with vacuum assisted mechanical thrombectomy

    Moderator:
    Theodosios Bisdas
    Panel:
    Alexander Maßmann, Lorenzo Paolo Moramarco
    1. -

      Introduction

    2. -

      Endovascular mechanical thrombectomy in arterial and venous cases: Our experience with the Indigo system

        Theodosios Bisdas
    3. -

      Intraoperative near infra-red spectroscopy (NIRS) monitoring in lower limb revascularisation of outcome, using the Indigo system

        Lorenzo Paolo Moramarco
    4. -

      Peripheral clot management and pulmonary embolism

        Alexander Maßmann
    5. -

      Discussion

  • - , Scientific Posters

    Moderated poster round: Original research: Carotid, Iliac, Renal, Venous and miscellaneous

    Juror:
    Stanislaw Bartus, Klaus Mathias
    1. -

      Case report: Carotid retrograde approach to treat focal ostial innominate artery stenosis – A. Naga

    2. -

      Hybrid interventions in the case of combined stenosis of the carotid bifurcations and supra-aortic arteries – P. Ignatenko

    3. -

      Perioperative and long-term impact of chronic kidney disease on carotid artery interventions

        Virendra Patel
    4. -

      Endovascular treatment of the brachiocephalic trunk steno-occlusive disease – P. Ignatenko

    5. -

      Anatomic patterns of the supra-aortic vessels from the aortic arch in the era of “total endovascular arch repair” – P. Righini

    6. -

      Oxidative stress and reperfusion injury after carotid artery stenting procedure in asymptomatic patients – E. Saracoglu

    7. -

      Primary covered stent for management of infrarenal aortic and aortoiliac occlusive disease – H. Eldmarany

    8. -

      Primary patency rates of different Trans-Atlantic Inter-Society (TASC) subtype in patients with aortoiliac occlusive disease – M. Hassani

    9. -

      Transcatheter renal artery interventions: A review of various established procedures and clinical outcomes – Y. Hwang

    10. -

      Catheter-guided renal denervation used for the treatment of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction: A meta-analysis – M. Ansari

    11. -

      Radiation exposure of patients with postthrombotic syndrome during endovenous recanalization – M. E. Barbati

    12. -

      Incidence & etiology of lower limb deep vein thrombosis (dvt) in female patients in our tertiary care unit – P. Jain

    13. -

      Venous Interventional APPROACH for Chronic Venous Occlusion: our experience in 6 years of follow up – P. S. Mendes

    14. -

      Predictors of contralateral deep venous thrombosis after iliocaval venous stenting – A. K. S. Ahmed

    15. -

      Venous stenting and matrix metalloproteinase inhibitor provides a fast track solution to recalcitrant venous ulcer – M. Soliman

    16. -

      Prevalence of activated protein C resistance (APCR) due to factor V Leiden (FVL) mutation in Egyptian patients with chronic non thrombotic venous ulcer – K. Elalfy

    17. -

      Optimization of the Philips AlluraXper FD20 imaging setting allows to halve the radiation dose during lower limb revascularization procedures – A. Discalzi

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena 1

    SYMPOSIUM: Past, present, future: How DCB is enabling treatment of more complex femoropopliteal artery lesions

    Moderator:
    Dierk Scheinert, Krishna Rocha-Singh
    Panel:
    Thomas Zeller, John Laird, Osamu Iida, Juan Fernando Granada Solis
    1. -

      Introduction

        Dierk Scheinert
    2. -

      Evolution of DCB technology

        Juan Fernando Granada Solis
    3. -

      Discussion

    4. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    5. -

      IN.PACT drug-coated balloon: Consistent clinical outcomes across patient populations

        John Laird
    6. -

      Discussion

    7. -

      Gain lumen, maintain patency: The power of adjunctive therapy with directional atherectomy and DCB

        Thomas Zeller
    8. -

      Discussion

    9. -

      Live case transmission from New York

    10. -

      Conclusion and summary

        Krishna Rocha-Singh
  • - , Room 2 - Main Arena 2

    SCRUB-IN WITH THE EXPERTS: Endovascular therapy of chronic deep vein obstructions

    live from Bern:
    Nils Kucher
    live from Galway:
    Gerard O'Sullivan
    Moderator:
    Rolf Engelberger, Rick de Graaf
    Panel:
    Olivier Hartung, Houman Jalaie
    1. -

      Flash presentation: Difficult IVC filter retrieval: tips & tricks

        T. Gregory Walker
    2. -

      Flash presentation: Complex iliocaval reconstructions

        Olivier Hartung
    3. -

      Flash presentation: Hybrid procedures for the management of deep vein obstructions

        Houman Jalaie
  • - , Room 3 - Technical Forum

    SCRUB-IN WITH THE EXPERTS: Challenging femoro-popliteal lesions

    live from Leipzig:
    Andrej Schmidt
    live from Cotignola:
    Antonio Micari
    Moderator:
    Brian DeRubertis, Giancarlo Biamino
    Panel:
    Erwin Blessing, Matthias Ulrich, Hiroyoshi Yokoi, Baixi Zhuang
    1. -

      Flash presentation: Crossing techniques for challenging femoropopliteal CTO’s – How I do it

        Hiroyoshi Yokoi
    2. -

      Flash presentation: The value of the retrograde femoral access for recanalisation and stenting of challenging CTOs

        Erwin Blessing
    3. -

      Flash presentation: How can re-entry devices be helpful in complex recanalisation procedures

        Matthias Ulrich
  • - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    Conform to the anatomy rather than altering it

    Moderator:
    Eric Verhoeven
    1. -

      Challenging anatomies and device conformability: does it matter?

        Eric Verhoeven
    2. -

      How to deal with complex popliteal lesions?

        Bertrand Saint-Lèbes
    3. -

      Endovascular repair of popliteal aneurysms

        Daniele Psacharopulo
    4. -

      Endovascular treatment of TASC C & D lesion in Iliac obstructive disease

        Michele Antonello
    5. -

      An alternative treatment option for calcified lesions in the common iliac artery

        Andrew Holden
    6. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Diabetic patients and critical limb ischemia – Patient specific approaches and novel techniques

    Moderator:
    Marco Manzi, Dimitrios Karnabatidis
    Panel:
    Jihad Mustapha, Katja Mühlberg, Michael Edmonds
    1. -

      Vascular disease location, severity, and progression in diabetic patients

        Sven Daniel Stein
    2. -

      Infection/ischaemia/amputation: how to build a multidisciplinary center for limb salvage

        Roberto Ferraresi
    3. -

      The interaction between endo vascular intervention, open surgical arterial bypass, and wound care in the management of 560 patients with diabetic ischaemic foot ulceration

        Michael Edmonds
    4. -

      Time is tissue in critical limb ischemia

        Carlo Setacci
    5. -

      Live case transmission from Berlin

    6. -

      Outcome of femoropopliteal procedures (stents, DCB, DES) in diabetic patients

        Martin Werner
    7. -

      Current developments in SFA treatment and future opportunities

        Dierk Scheinert
    8. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    9. -

      Specifics of BTK arterial disease in diabetic patients and implications for patient specific revascularisation strategies: Which is the right concept – wound-related or total treatment?

        Marco Manzi
    10. -

      Value of semiquantitative perfusion-CT in critical limb ischemia for perfusion guided revascularisation

        Peter Huppert
    11. -

      Endovascular techniques for recanalisation of long chronic tibial total occlusions

        Kazushi Urasawa
    12. -

      Optimisation of angioplasty workflow for CO2-angiography in patients with kidney impairment

        Ulf Teichgräber
    13. -

      Vessel calcification in BTK arteries: What is specific?

        Jihad Mustapha
    14. -

      The latest treatment approach in BTK lesions

        Dimitrios Karnabatidis
    15. -

      Beside the large vessels – Microvascular disorders in critical limb ischemia

        Katja Mühlberg
    16. -

      How should we follow patients with CLI treated with BTK recanalisation

        Francesco Liistro
    17. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Update on peripheral clinical trials and new data – claudication/femoropopliteal

    Moderator:
    Erich Minar
    Panel:
    Ramon Varcoe
    1. -

      LIBERTY 360 study: Procedural and 30-day outcomes of endovascular interventions in patients with symptomatic lower extremity peripheral arterial disease

        Jihad Mustapha
    2. -

      Supervised exercise therapy and peripheral angioplasty: friends or foes? An evidence synthesis from randomised controlled trials

        Konstantinos Katsanos
    3. -

      Morbidity and mortality in PAD-patients – first data from a global prospective multicenter study in claudicants

        Marcus Thieme
    4. -

      Primary stenting of the superficial femoral artery in intermittent claudication gives improved health related quality of life, ABI and walking distance – 12-month results of a prospective randomised multicenter trial

        Hans Lindgren
    5. -

      DOND: Systematic review and meta-analysis on DCB vs. POBA for de-novo femoropopliteal PVD – C. Klumb

    6. -

      SAVER: rationale and merits for an all comers DCB registry

        Frank Vermassen
    7. -

      CONSEQUENT DCB registry

        Dirk Härtel
    8. -

      EffPac trial: Assessment of the effectiveness of DCB versus POBA in the SFA

        Ulf Teichgräber
    9. -

      TOBA II and III clinical trial programme

        Michael Lichtenberg
    10. -

      REALISTIC trial: 18-month results and experiences with the Smart Flex stent for the treatment of femoropopliteal lesions

        Peter Goverde
    11. -

      First 6-month results in 75 patients in the EVOLUTION study: investigating the iVolution stent in femoropopliteal lesions

        Marc Bosiers
    12. -

      Freeway stent study

        Stefan Müller-Hülsbeck
    13. -

      Preliminary data on DRASTICO RCT comparing DCB vs. DES in the treatment of FemPop disease in real world

        Francesco Liistro
    14. -

      FOREST trial: a randomized controlled trial comparing drug-eluting balloons and drug-eluting stents in femoropopliteal arterial occlusive disease – H. Jongsma

    15. -

      Effectiveness of the Zilver PTX drug-eluting stent for femoropopliteal peripheral arterial disease in patients with no tibial runoff vessels: 24-month results from the Zilver PTX Post-Market Surveillance Study in Japan – S. Cipollari

    16. -

      REALITY the future of directional atherectomy in the SFA

        Lawrence Garcia
    17. -

      2-year follow-up data from the pivotal VISION study for OCT guided directional atherectomy

        Ian Cawich
    18. -

      Jetstream atherectomy in treating de novo or non-stent restenotic femoropopliteal disease: One-year results from the JET registry

        Lawrence Garcia
    19. -

      Treating in-stent occlusions with the Rotarex catheter: the ROBINSON study: final 6-month results in 30 patients

        Marc Bosiers
    20. -

      Discussion

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena 1

    SYMPOSIUM: Redefining SFA treatment in a drug-eluting world

    Moderator:
    Dierk Scheinert, Iris Baumgartner
    Panel:
    Gunnar Tepe, Thomas Zeller, Konstantinos Katsanos
    1. -

      Introduction and learning objectives

        Iris Baumgartner
    2. -

      Drug coated balloons – for all or some?

        Gunnar Tepe
    3. -

      Eluvia drug eluting stent: A platform for success?

        Giovanni Torsello
    4. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    5. -

      Getting to answers with clinical trials: being bold

        Thomas Zeller
    6. -

      Why you should care about health economics in PAD: Funding meaningful innovation

        Konstantinos Katsanos
    7. -

      Close and take home learnings

        Dierk Scheinert
  • - , Room 2 - Main Arena 2

    SYMPOSIUM: Micromesh CAS – patient oriented technology

    Moderator:
    Marco Roffi
    Panel:
    Giovanni Nano, Stefan Müller-Hülsbeck
    1. -

      Roadsaver – innovative solutions for CAS

        Stefan Müller-Hülsbeck
    2. -

      Live case transmission from Münster

    3. -

      Are new advancements in endovascular CAS technology impacting our daily practice?

        Giovanni Nano
    4. -

      Micromesh technology in carotid artery treatment – what is next?

        Marco Roffi
    5. -

      Live case transmission from Cotignola

    6. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • - , Room 3 - Technical Forum

    SYMPOSIUM: Angioplasty, now what? Evidence based lower limb treatment strategies

    Moderator:
    Jos van den Berg
    Panel:
    Marianne Brodmann, Patrice Mwipatayi
    1. -

      Evidence based SFA treatment algorithms

        Jos van den Berg
    2. -

      Is there a future for SFA BMS?

        Michael Lichtenberg
    3. -

      Live case transmission from Berlin

    4. -

      Leaving the right thing behind

        Koen Keirse
    5. -

      Live case transmission from Dendermonde

    6. -

      REACT to the vessel response – treatment options backed by evidence

        Koen Deloose
  • - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    How do we prevent complications in challenging thoracic anatomies? A physician panel’s take on optimal treatment approaches

    Moderator:
    Dittmar Böckler
    1. -

      What have we learned after two decades of TEVAR treatment in Type B dissection?

        Michael Dake
    2. -

      Optimising access in TEVAR patients

        Michael Jenkins
    3. -

      Preventing strokes in TEVAR: What factors should be considered?

        Mohammad Hamady
    4. -

      Planning for a durable future: Factors to consider when treating TEVAR patients

        Guido Gelpi
  • - , Room 7 - Speakers' corner

    Challenging cases and complications – lower limb interventions

    Moderator:
    Craig Walker
    Panel:
    Chris Metzger, Peter Huppert
    1. -

      Revascularisation of occluded right GORE excluder limb with EKOS CDT via left radial artery access with subsequent distal anastomotic stenting with proximal graft thrombus exclusion with covered stents, complicated by Type III endoleak requiring graft explant and open aorto-bifemoral grafting

        Peter Soukas
    2. -

      Endovascular management of a ruptured true popliteal artery aneurysm – G. Galyfos

    3. -

      Utilisation of SAFARI technique (Subintimal Arterial Flossing with Antegrade-Retrograde Intervention) as a salvage procedure in case of angioplasty complication – I. Kogan

    4. -

      Successful PTA for severely calcified SFA CTO lesion with full moon face calcification – J. Y. Cho

    5. -

      Simultaneous antegrade – retrograde subintimal revascularization of a femoro-popliteal chronic total occlusion by a re-entry device-facilitated puncture of a retrogradely inserted balloon – J. Goltz

    6. -

      Zero-fluoroscopy revascularisation of a calcified SFA CTO using intravascular OCT guidance – JJ. Desai

    7. -

      A case report which performed emergent FP bypass for unexpected trouble following bare metal stent placement for SFA CTO

        Kazuomi Iwasa
    8. -

      SFA stenting in infected infrainguinal bypasses

        Jean Bismuth
    9. -

      Successful EVT to severe calcified lesion at common femoral artery using Crossbow technique – M. Yamasaki

    10. -

      Complex vascular and endovascular treatment of multiple posttraumatic arteriovenous fistulas of the lower extremity after sports injury – M. Generalov

    11. -

      Aneurysm of persistent sciatic artery with acute lower limb ischaemia – combined hybrid approach in management – KN. Nagabhushan

    12. -

      Percutaneous coil embolisation of the feeder vessels as a management option of a symptomatic, previously excluded popliteal aneurysm – A. Ahmed

    13. -

      Telemonitoring of peripheral arterial disease in outpatient care with a smartphone app – G. Arnedo

    14. -

      Discussion

  • - , Scientific Posters

    Moderated poster round: Challenging cases: Carotid and Iliac

    Juror:
    Carlo Setacci, Ralph-Ingo Rückert
    1. -

      Subclavian artery stenosis, case report of 3 patients with distal ischemia – M. Bibiana

    2. -

      Steal Syndrome – S. Mousavisaadatabadi

    3. -

      Recurrent carotid in-stent restenosis coexisting with contralateral carotid artery occlusion – P. Paluszek

    4. -

      Simultaneous endovascular treatment of multiple stenosis in the supra-aortic branches – A. C. Silveira

    5. -

      Endovascular treatment of extensive lesions in common and internal carotid artery – A. C. Silveira

    6. -

      Trans profunda femoris artery retro-grade revascularisation of common femoral and iliac arteries – M. Abd Elrahman

    7. -

      Mother of all chronic total occlusions – A. Koay Choon Chern

    8. -

      Treatment of dacron aortobifemoral bypass graft aneurysm – M. Ugurlucan

    9. -

      Endovascular treatment of early occlusion following hybrid revascularisation of extended ilio-femoral disease – I. Ficarelli

    10. -

      Endovascular treatment of aortoiliac occlusive disease with infected axillobifemoral bypass graft – K. Pruesttipong

    11. -

      Hybrid revascularisation of left iliac axis and common femoral artery to prevent hip disarticulation: a case report – R. Russo

    12. -

      Unrecognized iatrogenic abdominal aortic dissection with iliac stent implanted subintimally – what to do? – D. Nikolov

    13. -

      A case of rapidly progressing fatal reperfusion syndrome following percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for aortoiliac thrombotic occlusion – P. S. Song

    14. -

      Balloon expandable iliac stent fracture successfully treated with aortic extension graft – Y. Onal

    15. -

      Endovascular treatment of accidental common iliac artery perforation – A. C. Silveira

    16. -

      A challenging case of innominate and right common carotid artery revascularisation

        Peter Soukas
  • - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Update on peripheral clinical trials and new data – Carotid/Miscellaneous/EVAR

    Moderator:
    Peter Schneider
    Panel:
    Konstantinos Donas, Dai-Do Do
    1. -

      CAROTID

    2. -

      CONFIDENCE trial: Nitinol mesh covered carotid stent-trial design and early experience

        Chris Metzger
    3. -

      SCAFFOLD study: GORE PTFE mesh-covered carotid stent – preclinical and clinical data so far

        Peter Schneider
    4. -

      Clinical results and mechanical properties of a novel double-layered carotis stent (CGUARD)

        Christian Wissgott
    5. -

      MISCELLANEOUS

    6. -

      Early results of a prospective registry of carotid stenting with the new C-Guard mesh covered stent in real world: The IRON-GUARD registry – P. Sirignano

    7. -

      Comparison of different stent models in terms of patency and efficiency in treatment of peripheral artery disease – I. Staudacher

    8. -

      Covered stents versus bare-metal stents in chronic atherosclerotic gastrointestinal ischaemia (CoBaGI): a multicenter randomised controlled trial – L. van Dijk

    9. -

      Early clinical experience with the 4 Fr everlinQ™ endoAVF in creating vascular access for hemodialysis: The EASE Study – 4F – T. Berland

    10. -

      Prevalence of polyvascular disease with aorto iliac artery disease – Results from OMOTENASHI registry – Y .Shintani

    11. -

      Puncture-site complications in peripheral interventions – a prospective single-center registry of more than 3.000 patients

        Marcus Thieme
    12. -

      PAD meets personalised medicine – O. Aalami

    13. -

      The effect of renal denervation on blood pressure and sleep apnea – results of the Polish RCT

        Adam Witkowski
    14. -

      The next steps in renal denervation – update on Medtronic SPYRAL HTN program

        Thomas Zeller
    15. -

      EVAR

    16. -

      Prospective study of the e-liac stent graft system in patients with common iliac artery aneurysm: 30-day results

        Jan Brunkwall
    17. -

      INNOVATION: Long-term five year safety and effectiveness of the INCRAFT AAA stent graft for endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms

        Giovanni Torsello
    18. -

      Lessons learned after 200 EndoVascular Aneurysm Sealing (EVAS) procedures – S. Zerwes

    19. -

      Early and mid-term outcomes of Horizon™ abdominal aortic aneurysm stent graft system – F. Pecoraro

        Michael Hofmann
    20. -

      CURITIBA trial: Custodiol vs. Ringer: what is the best agent for renal protection during toracoabdominal aortic aneurysm open repair? – T. Cambiaghi

    21. -

      Discussion

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena 1

    THE LAST FRONTIERS: New concepts for calcified lesions

    Moderator:
    Chris Metzger, Hiroyoshi Yokoi
    Panel:
    Marcus Thieme, Gunnar Tepe, Lieven Maene, Thomas Heller, James McKinsey
    1. -

      Patterns of calcification: intimal vs. medial and differences below and above the knee

        Aloke Finn
    2. -

      The Shockwave lithoplasty concept – latest results

        Thomas Zeller
    3. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    4. -

      Importance of thorough vessel preparation followed by anti-restenotic therapy: an update from the DEFINITIVE AR study

        Gunnar Tepe
    5. -

      Treatment of challenging calcified lesions with the next generation. Phoenix atherectomy system

        Michael Lichtenberg
    6. -

      Recorded case

        Michael Lichtenberg
    7. -

      10 steps to percutaneous bypass of extra long, complex SFA occlusions

        Grzegorz Halena
    8. -

      FIRST TIME DATA RELEASE: The DETOUR trial: Six-month outcomes of percutaneous bypass in long segment femoral-popliteal occlusions

        Dierk Scheinert
    9. -

      Live case transmission from New York

    10. -

      Discussion

  • - , Room 2 - Main Arena 2

    SCRUB-IN WITH THE EXPERTS: Endovascular treatment of central venous stenosis of the chest

    live from Bern:
    Nils Kucher
    live from Galway:
    Gerard O'Sullivan
    Moderator:
    Stephen Black, Andrew Holden
    Panel:
    René Aschenbach, Wei Liang
    1. -

      Flash presentation: Treatment of upper extremity deep vein thrombosis due to venous thoracic outlet syndrome

        Nils Kucher
    2. -

      Flash presentation: Treatment of central venous stenosis in patients with dialysis shunts

        Stephen Black
    3. -

      Flash presentation: Treatment of compression-related central venous stenosis in patients with cancer

        Gerard O'Sullivan
  • - , Room 3 - Technical Forum

    SCRUB-IN WITH THE EXPERTS: Carotid interventions

    live from Leipzig:
    Andrej Schmidt
    live from Cotignola:
    Fausto Castriota
    Moderator:
    Steve Ramee, Horst Sievert
    Panel:
    Martin Storck, Marco Roffi, Stanislaw Bartus, Zoran Milosevic
    1. -

      Flash presentation: Carotid stenting – how to properly select suitable patients

        Stephan Duda
    2. -

      Flash presentation: Integrated embolic protection technology – a new paradigm in the treatment of cardiovascular disease

        Ravish Sachar
    3. -

      Flash presentation: Is there any future for carotid stenting? Proximal protection and mesh-covered stents are the answer

        Peter Schneider
  • - , The Westin Hotel

    Meet the CTO experts!

    Moderator:
    Dierk Scheinert, Giancarlo Biamino
    Panel:
    Andrej Schmidt, Peter Goverde, Chris Metzger, Marco Manzi
    1. -

      Advanced techniques for complex aortoiliac obstructions

        Peter Goverde
    2. -

      Recorded case: Complex bi-directional iliac recanalisation with covered stents

    3. -

      The challenge of vessel calcification and how to approach it?

        Chris Metzger
    4. -

      Recorded case: “Pave and Crack” technique for heavily calcified peripheral vessels

    5. -

      Interventional strategies in critical limb ischemia – how aggressive should we be with below-the-ankle procedures?

        Marco Manzi
    6. -

      Recorded case: Complex bi-directional popliteal artery recanalisation with 2.9F pedal access and CART-technique

    7. -

      Panel discussion/question and answers