LINC 2016 programme

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Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

11 events
  • Tuesday, January 26th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    CCT @ LINC: Japanese endovascular treatment – its techniques and accumulating evidences

    Moderator:
    Kazushi Urasawa, Giancarlo Biamino
    Panel:
    Tatsuya Nakama, Hiroshi Ando, Yoshimitsu Soga, Osamu Iida
    1. -

      BTA intervention: Overview and video live

        Tatsuya Nakama
    2. -

      BTK intervention: Overview and video live

        Hiroshi Ando
    3. -

      SFA-POP intervention: Overview and video live

        Kazushi Urasawa
    4. -

      EVT vs. distal bypass: Japanese evidences

        Yoshimitsu Soga
    5. -

      Aorto-iliac & femoral intervention: Japanese evidences

        Osamu Iida
    6. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Tuesday, January 26th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Lunch symposium: Challenges and new treatment options in venous and arterial thrombosis

    Moderator:
    Ralf Kolvenbach
    Panel:
    Jochen Grommes, Hans Biemans
    1. -

      Incidence and treatment of PE-generated right heart strain in DVT patients

        Ralf Kolvenbach
    2. -

      5 year quality of life data after EKOS® treatment in acute DVT

        Jochen Grommes
    3. -

      EKOS®: Standard of practice for small hospitals

        Hans Biemans
    4. -

      Discussion

  • Tuesday, January 26th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Multidisciplinary patient-centered approach for diabetic patient treatment

    Moderator:
    Michael Edmonds, Marco Manzi
    Panel:
    Roberto Ferraresi, Eric Ducasse, Osamu Iida
    1. -

      Vascular disease location, severity, and progression in diabetic patients

        Katja Mühlberg
    2. -

      Epidemiology of diabetic patients: The latest results from a large observational trial focused on diabetes mellitus

        Enrico Marone
    3. -

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

        Roberto Ferraresi
    4. -

      Live case transmission from Berlin

    5. -

      SFA lesions in diabetic patients - what is different and how to approach

        Sebastian Sixt
    6. -

      Can wound healing plus limb salvage be imporoved by better vessel patency?

        Frank Vermassen
    7. -

      The latest treatment approach and current developments in SFA

        Dierk Scheinert
    8. -

      DCB effectiveness in diabetic patients: Insights from Belgium RCT

        Erik Debing
    9. -

      A new classification on the diabetic ischemic foot promotes a modern approach to treatment

        Eric Ducasse
    10. -

      Factors of affecting outcome of CLI procedures

        Osamu Iida
    11. -

      The pedal arch in diabetc patients - N. Troisi

    12. -

      What is the right concept: Wound related or total treatment?

        Marco Manzi
    13. -

      Limb salvage strategies for patients with advanced tissue loss

    14. -

      Advances in the management of the renal ischaemic foot in diabetic patients on dialysis

        Michael Edmonds
    15. -

      Use of ARROW GPSCath in a diabetic patient population with impaired renal function

        Marco Manzi
    16. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    17. -

      Vascular complications in BTK intervention

        Dimitrios Karnabatidis
    18. -

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

        Francesco Liistro
    19. -

      POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS FOR THE "NO-HOPE CLI PATIENT"

    20. -

      Cellular and gene therapy: current status

        Sigrid Nikol
    21. -

      Deep vein arterialization for end stage CLI – surgical, hybrid & percutaneous approaches

        Andrej Schmidt, Via satellite from Leipzig
    22. -

      Case reviews

        Steven Kum
    23. -

      Discussion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Deep dive session: Lower limb interventions

    Moderator:
    Jihad Mustapha, Kazushi Urasawa
    Panel:
    Miguel Montero-Baker, Yoshimitsu Soga
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      FOCUS ON CALCIFICATION AND VESSEL PREPARATION

    2. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    3. -

      The impact of calcified plaque revealed by Angioscope in PAD lesions

        Daisuke Kamoi
    4. -

      Optical coherence tomography for differentiation of lesion morphology in peripheral vessels

        Marianne Brodmann
    5. -

      Proposal of a new criteria of SFA calcification with multi-modality evaluation – a prospective multi center analysis

        Masahiko Fujihara
    6. -

      Peripheral arterial calcium scoring systems: Useful tool or meaningless?

        Ulrich Beschorner
    7. -

      Calcium removal and plaque modification with rotational atherectomy in the era of DEB and contemporary stenting for femoro-popliteal disease

        Tom Shimshak
    8. -

      Utility of orbital atherectomy in calcified vessels

        George Adams
    9. -

      Vessel preparation with scoring balloons prior to DCB or stenting

        Erwin Blessing
    10. -

      Live case transmission from Dendermonde

    11. -

      FOCUS ON ADVANCED ACCESS AND WIRING TECHNIQUES

    12. -

      Retrograde access as the primary approach for peripheral interventions

        Micah Watts
    13. -

      Ultrasound guided access in CLI: 700 patients from Prime Registry

        Larry Diaz-Sandoval
    14. -

      A novel IVUS guided parallel wire technique for achieving intra-luminal angioplasty of femoro-popliteal CTO lesion

        Yoshinori Tsubakimoto
    15. -

      Wire tracking methods in BTK CTO lesion without distal channel

        Sang Ho Park
    16. -

      Ultrasound guidance for peripheral CTO treatment

        Jihad Mustapha
    17. -

      Live case transmission from Leipzig

    18. -

      Retrograde access for recanalization of complex femoro-popliteal occlusions: technical specifications and results in 100+ consecutive cases

        Erwin Blessing
    19. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Deep dive session: Lower limb interventions

    Moderator:
    Jos van den Berg, Francesco Liistro
    Panel:
    Massimiliano Fusaro, Hans Krankenberg, Johannes Lammer, Erich Minar
    1. -

      FOCUS ON NEW TECHNOLOGIES, DRUG-ELUTING DEVICES AND NEW STUDY RESULTS

    2. -

      Rationale and likely mechanism of action of paclitaxel-coated balloons – U. Speck

    3. -

      Pre-clinical comparison of drug coated balloons - R. Virmani

    4. -

      Is there a clinical class effect of drug-coated balloons in peripheral arteries

        Marianne Brodmann
    5. -

      Real world comparison of IN.PACT vs. Lutonix DCB in complex lesions

        Sabine Steiner
    6. -

      BTK interventions: is the use of drug-eluting technologies justified?

        Massimiliano Fusaro
    7. -

      iVascular coating technology on Luminor: the latest generation DEB

        Vicente Riambau
    8. -

      DCB as the primary option in de-novo-lesions – the way to go? – M. Vosseler

    9. -

      DEB versus POBA for postdilatation of SFA stenting – the Freeway trial

        Johannes Lammer
    10. -

      Real world outcomes of SFA stenting with drug-eluting stents

        Jason Lee
    11. -

      Angiographic dissection pattern post balloon angioplasty in superficial femoral artery lesions – a retrospective multi center analysis

        Masahiko Fujihara
    12. -

      Economic viability of endovascular interventions for SFA and Infra-popliteal PAD. Balancing cost of interventions and duration of patency

        Paramjit Chopra
    13. -

      IN.PACT SFA health economic study: DCB cost-effectiveness analysis at 2 years follow-up

        David Cohen
    14. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Lunch symposium: BeGraft – First experiences with a unique covered stent

    Moderator:
    Marc Bosiers
    Panel:
    Jörg Teßarek, Johannes Kalder, Sebastian Büchert
    1. -

      Stent design and technical aspects

        Jörg Teßarek
    2. -

      BeGraft in complex endovascular procedures

        Johannes Kalder
    3. -

      Actual information on BeGraft

        Sebastian Büchert
    4. -

      First 6-month results of the BeGraft peripheral PMCF trial

        Marc Bosiers
  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Basics you need to know about vascular malformation

    Moderator:
    Iris Baumgartner, Wayne Yakes
    Panel:
    Raul Mattassi, Jocelyn Brookes, Walter Wohlgemuth, Robert Vogelzang, Emmanuel Houdart
    1. -

      Introduction by the moderator

    2. -

      Venous malformations

        Krassi Ivancev
    3. -

      Localized intravascular coagulopathy in venous malformations

        Iris Baumgartner
    4. -

      Case presentations

        Iris Baumgartner, Krassi Ivancev
    5. -

      Combined malformation - Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome

        Raul Mattassi
    6. -

      Case presentation

        Raul Mattassi
    7. -

      The Houdart CNS AVM classification, the Do peripheral AVM classification, and the Yakes AVM classification and its therapeutic implications

        Wayne Yakes
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      Case presentations – AVM 1: Transvenous endovascular and percutaneous treatment

        Robert Vogelzang
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      Case presentations – AVM 1: Intraosseous AVM

        Wayne Yakes
    10. -

      Case presentations – AVM 1: AVMs of the foot

        Iris Baumgartner
    11. -

      AVM: old things that need to be remembered

        Emmanuel Houdart
    12. -

      Case presentations – AVM 2: Cerebrovascular

        Andreas Saleh
    13. -

      Head and neck

        Jocelyn Brookes
    14. -

      Live case transmission from Heidelberg

    15. -

      Treatment of congenital vascular malformations in children

        Walter Wohlgemuth
    16. -

      Case presentation: pediatric patients

        Walter Wohlgemuth
    17. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Endovenous therapies for varicose veins

    Moderator:
    Raghu Kolluri, Stephen Black
    Panel:
    Thomas Noppeney, Karin Brachmann
    1. -

      Patient assessment and strategy making for endovenous treatment

        Raghu Kolluri
    2. -

      ClosureFast radiofrequency ablation for the treament of GSV: Technique and outcome results

        Stephen Black
    3. -

      Laser technologies for endovenous ablations: What are the latest developments

        Matthias Ulrich
    4. -

      Non-thermal techniques for endovenous ablation

        Tobias Hirsch
    5. -

      Randomized trial comparing cyanoacrylate embolization and radiofrequency ablation for incompetent great saphenous vein

        Raghu Kolluri
    6. -

      Recorded case

        Raghu Kolluri
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      Management of side branches and perforators: Endovascular vs. surgical techniques

        Thomas Noppeney
    8. -

      Treatment failures after successful GSV ablation: Root cause analysis and management

        Raghu Kolluri
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      Optimal care pathway for a leg ulcer patient

        Manjit Gohel
    10. -

      Discussion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Nurse and Technician Forum – Part I

    Moderator:
    Martin Werner, Tilo Kölbel
    1. -

      BASIC TECHNIQUES IN PERIPHERAL INTERVENTIONS

    2. -

      Step by step: Aortoiliac interventions

        Koen Deloose
    3. -

      Step by step: How I treat SFA lesions

        Florian Wolf
    4. -

      Step by step: Infrapopliteal revascularization

        Martin Werner
    5. -

      Step by step: Hybrid procedures for peripheral arterial disease

        Holger Staab, Live from Leipzig
    6. -

      Step by step: Abdominal aortic aneurysm: basics of endovascular repair

        Tilo Kölbel
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      ADVANCED TECHNIQUES IN PERIPHERAL INTERVENTIONS

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      Drug eluting balloons: The technology behind

        Jos van den Berg
    9. -

      Drug eluting balloons: Current evidence

        Michael Lichtenberg
    10. -

      Bioabsorbable stents: The next endovascular revolution?

        Johannes Lammer
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      Calcified lesions – optimal treatment

        Mathias Tischler
    12. -

      Atherectomy: Data and current developments

        Martin Werner
    13. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Lunch symposium – The new TREO: next Bolton Medical generation for EVAR

    Moderator:
    Vicente Riambau, Carlo Setacci
    Panel:
    Andrew Winterbottom, Grzegorz Halena, Giuseppe Galzerano, Mark Bratby
    1. -

      The new TREO abdominal stent-graft

        Andrew Winterbottom
    2. -

      Abdominal custom made program

        Grzegorz Halena
    3. -

      TREO edited live cases

        Giuseppe Galzerano, Mark Bratby
    4. -

      Panel discussion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 5 - Global Expert Exchange

    Nurse and Technician Forum – Part II

    Moderator:
    Nicolas Diehm, Gianmarco de Donato
    1. -

      MISCELLANEOUS

    2. -

      The corelab – tasks and responsibilities

        Ulrich Beschorner
    3. -

      Endovascular treatment of venous ulcerations

        Elisabeth Singer
    4. -

      Cost-effectiveness in the endovascular world

        Nicolas Diehm
    5. -

      Intravascular imaging – Technique and indication

        Gianmarco de Donato
    6. -

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

        Michael Dake
    7. -

      Scattered radiation – the faithful attendant in the cathlab

        Alexander Gangl
    8. -

      CRITICAL LIMB ISCHEMIA

    9. -

      Current developments in the endovascular treatment of CLI patients

        Roberto Ferraresi
    10. -

      CLI: Optimal care, an interdiciplinary challenge

        Markus Haumer
    11. -

      Cardiovascular disease in CLI patients

        Sabine Steiner
    12. -

      Stem cell therapy in CLI

        Sigrid Nikol
    13. -

      Discussion and conclusion

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