LINC 2014 Programme

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Discussion Forum

11 events
  • Tuesday, January 28th: - , Discussion Forum

    Abbott Vascular endovascular electronic education program: Panel discussion with recorded cases

  • Tuesday, January 28th: - , Discussion Forum

    Debating TIPS cases, indications, data, and guidelines

    Chairman:
    Simon Olliff, Dhiraj Tripathi
    Case presenter:
    Daniel Benten, Andreas Koops
  • Wednesday, January 29th: - , Discussion Forum

    Rethinking TEVAR for dissection

    Chairman:
    Michael Dake
    Discussant:
    Philipp Schäfer, Guido Gelpi
    1. -

      Obstacles in treating chronic Type B dissection

        Thomas Larzon
    2. -

      Uncomplicated asymptomatic Type B aortic dissection is not benign: are there predictors for early endovascular treatment?

        Michel Makaroun
    3. -

      Is there a new trend in treating acute TBAD?

        Jan Brunkwall
  • Wednesday, January 29th: - , Discussion Forum

    VIVA @ LINC - The aortic neck remains the Achilles heel of EVAR: How do we optimize outcomes using chimneys, periscopes, sandwich techniques, and polymer based technology?

    Chairman:
    Manish Mehta
    Moderator:
    Michael Dake, Sean Lyden, Chris Metzger
    1. -

      This is a case-based session focusing on real cases with challenges and complications that make the experts sweat. Audience participation is encouraged and step-by-step case management is featured and discussed.

  • Wednesday, January 29th: - , Discussion Forum

    CX @ LINC - Peripheral arterial ischaemia – ilegx session

    Chairman:
    Frans Moll, Iris Baumgartner
    Moderator:
    Michael Edmonds, Amman Bolia, Patrick Peeters, Thomas Zeller
    1. -

      Introduction by the chairman

    2. -

      Diabetic foot care

        Michael Edmonds
    3. -

      Subintimal angioplasty saves legs and opens collaterals

        Amman Bolia
    4. -

      Stentgraft and full metal jacket has merit

        Frans Moll
    5. -

      Popliteal stenting works

        Patrick Peeters
    6. -

      Options for below the knee revascularisation

        Iris Baumgartner
    7. -

      The relative merits of drug coated balloon vs. drug coated stent below the knee

        Thomas Zeller
    8. -

      Discussion

  • Wednesday, January 29th: - , Discussion Forum

    Debate on iliac branching techniques

    Chairman:
    Marc van Sambeek
    Discussant:
    Michel Makaroun, Piergiorgio Cao
    1. -

      Iliac aneurysms are prevalent in up to 40% of AAA patients: Is there a need to preserve the internal iliac artery?

        Michel Makaroun
    2. -

      What treatment options work best? Are there advantages for a dedicated system compared to alternative techniques?

        Raghuram Lakshminarayan
    3. -

      GORE® EXCLUDER® iliac branch endoprosthesis: Treatment possibilities and first experience

        Piergiorgio Cao
    4. -

      Discussion

  • Wednesday, January 29th: - , Discussion Forum

    Abbott Vascular endovascular electronic education program: Panel discussion with recorded cases

    Moderator:
    Ramon Varcoe, Max Amor
  • Thursday, January 30th: - , Discussion Forum

    Symposium: Advancing the field of thrombus management with EKOS: Results and reflections from the recent clinical trials and real-world data

    Chairman:
    Barry Katzen
    1. -

      Introduction by the chairman

    2. -

      Clinical evidence for ultrasound accelerated thrombolysis in pulmonary embolism: a critical review of the ULTIMA study and other recent clinical trials

        Nils Kucher
    3. -

      The increasing role of EKOS in treating pathological thrombi in the arterial and venous circulation

        Barry Katzen
    4. -

      Simplifying the treatment algorithm for acute DVT with EKOS: Results from the Maastricht experience and update on the Dutch CAVA trial

        Cees Wittens
    5. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 30th: - , Discussion Forum

    Endoluminal bypass: Interactive case discussion

    Chairman:
    Jorge Fernández Noya
    1. -

      Complex SFA lesion

        Michel Reijnen
    2. -

      Popliteal artery aneurysm

        Nabil Chakfé
    3. -

      Dialysis access revision

        Daniele Savio
  • Thursday, January 30th: - , Discussion Forum

    Vascular stent design matters: Interactive case discussion

    Chairman:
    Ulf Teichgräber
    1. -

      SFA lesion

        Gerrit Krupski-Berdien
    2. -

      Popliteal artery lesion

        Konstantinos Katsanos
    3. -

      External iliac artery lesion

        Giovanni Pratesi
  • Thursday, January 30th: - , Discussion Forum

    VIVA @ LINC: The worst complication I had this year, I should have seen it coming

    Chairman:
    Tony Das
    Moderator:
    Michael Dake, Krishna Rocha-Singh, John Laird, Manish Mehta
    1. -

      This is a case-based session focusing on real cases with challenges and complications that make the experts sweat. Audience participation is encouraged and step-by-step case management is featured and discussed.

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