LINC 2016 programme

Find all topics and speakers listed below.

Room 6 - Speakers' corner

15 events
  • Tuesday, January 26th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Global Expert Exchange – Selected challenging cases and complications – venous and miscellaneous

    Moderator:
    Sean Lyden, Sigrid Nikol, Jochen Fuchs
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      Endovascular treatment of renal artery aneurysm with vascular plug - V. Cvetic

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      Is there a safe time for an IVC filter retrieval? - V. Serafimov

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      Successful recanalization of recurrent transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt occlusions with Aspirex mechanical thrombectomy - S. Alammari

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      Endovascular management of Superior vena cava obstruction with Venoplasty and double barrel stent with creation of access for hemodialysis - A. Qafani

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      IVC filter removal - a difficult complication and its solution - D. Vishwanath

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      Endovascular management of inferior vena cava invasion by hepatic hydatid cyst - E. M. San Norberto

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      Extended cath-lab nightmare - Spontaneous dissection of bilateral common iliac artery stenting with development of Critical limb ischemia - S. Siddappa

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      Massive transcatheter arterial embolization of high grade splenic injury - N. Marotti

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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Tuesday, January 26th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Global Expert Exchange – Clinical trial update – Peripheral clinical trials and selected abstracts

    Moderator:
    Erich Minar
    Panel:
    Michael Jaff, Yann Gouëffic
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      Covered endovascular reconstruction of aortic bifurcation: a haemodynamically proven technique for treating extensive aortoiliac occlusive disease

        Peter Goverde
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      Self-expanding nitinol stents combined with DCB: 24-month follow-up of the DEBAS study

        Patrice Mwipatayi
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      Efficacy of endovascular treatment of peripheral arterial disease of the superficial femoral artery using Zilver Flex and Zilver PTX stent-grafts, an observational cohort study - T. Sigterman

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      Zilver PTX post-market surveillance study of paclitaxel-eluting stents for treating femoropopliteal artery disease in Japan: 24-month results

        Hiroyoshi Yokoi
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      Mid-term results after drug eluting stenting of superficial femoral artery in critical limb ischemia patients. An italian multicentre registry

        Giuseppe Galzerano
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      Characterization of atherectomy samples from long SFA CTOs in correlation with clinical outcomes - J. George

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      Early results for the chocolate touch drug-coated PTA balloon catheter for the treatment of femoropopliteal lesions

        Andrew Holden
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      A monocenter randomized clinical trial of PAClitaxel drUg-eluting balloon versus standard percutaneous transluminal angioplasty to reduce restenosis in patients with in-stent stenoses in the superficial femoral and proximal popliteal artery (PACUBA I Trial)

        Johannes Lammer
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      SuperNOVA (Innova) and MAJESTIC (Eluvia DES) trial results - H. Schroë

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      JetStream rotational and aspiration atherectomy in treating in-stent restenosis of femoropopliteal arteries: One-year result of the JETSTREAM-ISR feasibility study

        Nicolas Shammas
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      Six month results of the global BIOLUX P-III all-comers registry using DCB in infra-inguinal artery disease

        Gunnar Tepe
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      Final results of the PRISM trial for novel aspiration thrombectomy in treatment of peripheral and visceral arterial occlusions

        George Adams
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      A comparative study on endovascular treatment of acute and subacute critical limb ischemia (CLI): mechanical thrombectomy vs. lysis vs. thrombectomy and lysis - M. Kronlage

  • Tuesday, January 26th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Global Expert Exchange – Selected challenging cases, techniques and complications – miscellaneous interventions

    Moderator:
    Klaus Mathias
    Panel:
    Horst Sievert, Stanislaw Bartus
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      PCI+OPCAB+CEA simultaneously for a ischemic heart disease with severe carotid stenosis

        Zhidong Ye
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      Snare technique for carotid stenting in Type 3 aortic arch

        I-Ming Chen
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      2 image-guided approach to treatment of patients with May Thurner Syndrome

        Brian DeRubertis
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      Endovascular stenting for palliative treatment of superior vena cava syndrome in end stage lung cancer

        I-Ming Chen
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      Treatment of submassive pulmonary embolism at a tertiary center using low-dose, single Bolus catheter-directed thrombolysis

        John Phillips
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      Pharmacomechanical lysis strategy for management of acute arterial and venous thrombosis in a patient with hypercoagulable state

        Amit Gupta
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      Percutaneous treatment of bilateral sub-acute iliofemoral venous occlusion in a patient with atresia of the inferior vena cava

        Salman Arain
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      SMA – friend and foe

        Venkatesh Ramaiah
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Clinical trial design session

    Moderator:
    Marianne Brodmann, Peter Schneider
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      How to set-up randomized trials: superiority vs. non-inferiority designs

        William Gray
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      Are RCT always needed: experience with objective performance criteria (OPC)

        Peter Schneider
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      The relevance and limitations of angiographic endpoints

        Ulrich Beschorner
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      Ultrasound vs. angiographic follow-up: What is appropriate for which vascular bed?

        Marianne Brodmann
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      Vessel calcification: Any consensus on reporting standards?

        Fabrizio Fanelli
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      Clinical study essentials – what’s really needed? – A. Talen

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      Electronic data capture: Is there an easy way for physician initiated research?

        Marc Bosiers
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      The future is wearables: How technology will transform data collection – B. Segers

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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Clinical trial update - Study concepts and ongoing research

    Moderator:
    Iris Baumgartner, William Gray, Peter Schneider
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      DISCOVER trial: A RCT comparing bare-metal balloon expandable stents and covered balloon-expandable stents in advanced PAOD of the common iliac artery - J. A. Bekken

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      The BIOFLEX-COF study: Influence of chronic outward force of nitinol stents in de-novo SFA lesions on restenosis - M. A. Funovics

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      A unique study device using a distinctive trial design: The Tack optimized balloon angioplasty study using the Tack Endovascular System (TOBA II)

        William Gray
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      SWEDEPAD: A multicenter register-based RCT comparing drug-eluting technology (DCB and DES) vs. non-drug-eluting technology in PAOD - M. Falkenberg

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      The LIMBO trial: a RCT investigating adventitial dexamethasone infusion to prevent restenosis in BTK arteries utilizing a novel angiographic endpoint

        Ulrich Beschorner
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      EffPac trial: Study design and status report

        Ulf Teichgräber
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      VOYAGER trial: RCT investigating the efficacy and safety of rivaroxaban to reduce the risk of major thrombotic vascular events in patients with symptomatic PAOD undergoing revascularization – the concept of an event driven trial

        Rupert Bauersachs
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      The BEST-CLI trial: Study concept and current status

        Kenneth Rosenfield
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    My most difficult fempop case – how did I treat

    Moderator:
    Gary Ansel
    Panel:
    Iris Baumgartner, Dierk Scheinert, Thomas Zeller, Craig Walker, Lawrence Garcia
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      Case reviews:

        Erwin Blessing, Brian DeRubertis, Yann Gouëffic, Steven Kum, Andrej Schmidt, Ramon Varcoe
  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Selected original research abstracts – supraaortic and venous

    Moderator:
    Klaus Mathias, Sumaira Macdonald
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      A new mini-invasive carotid endarterectomy by Semieversion – B. Migliara

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      Endovascular treatment of the subclavian arteries steno-occlusive disease – A. Karpenko

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      Incidence and prognosis of plaque protrusion during carotid artery stenting – K. Takayama

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      A parallel observational comparative study of cervical carotid artery stenting approach vs. groin approach vs. carotid endarterectomy in high-risk patients – A 12 year‘s experience – W. Tawfick

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      Long-term outcomes of endovascular treatment for subclavian artery disease in chronic hemodialysis patients – Y. Shintani

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      Retrospective analysis of the efficacy and safety of interventional techniques in the treatment of severe, acute pulmonary embolism

        Thomas Heller
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      The efficacy and safety of endovascular mechanical fragmentation with thrombolytic therapy in patients with acute massive pulmonary embolism – A. Karpenko

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      Iliac vein stenting for the secondary lymphedema of lower extremity resulting from pelvic radiotherapy – WH. Hsu

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      Update on the VIRTUS trial: Early experience of VICI VENOUS STENT in patients with chronic nonmalignant obstruction of the iliofemoral venous segment

        Stephen Black
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      Early single-centre comparative results on non-termal ablation of symptomatic I incompetent great saphenous veins: Cyanoacrylate glue (VenaSeal®) versus mechanicochemical ablation (ClariVein) – Y. Law

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      Comparison of the efficacy, safety, the primary and secondary technical success of the endovenous non-thermal, tumescensless mechanochemical ablation of varicous veins with the subjective outcome using different score-systems – C. Teichert

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      Sealing veins with the VenaSeal® – closure system: 3-years study: results for 886 treated truncal veins – U. T. Zierau

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      Cerebral embolic protection in thoracic aortic stentgrafting - G. Grover

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      4 year series of 114 consecutive patients treated for massive/submissive PE with Lytics

        Mark Goodwin
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Global Expert Exchange – Selected challenging cases – critical limb ischemia and BTK interventions

    Moderator:
    Roberto Ferraresi, Osamu Iida, Jihad Mustapha
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      Averting a BTK amputation – revascularization of a distal SFA popliteal tibial occlusion using antegrade/retrograde posterior tibial approach and placement of drug eluting stents across the knee joint

        Robert Beasley
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      Thrombolysis and T-stent technique performed in a BTK case resulted from popliteal aneurysm

        Ting Zhu
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      The case of CLI treated for ipsilateral iliac CTO, SFA and BTK lesion using switch back technique in single strategy

        Shogo Morisaki
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      Fate of classic bare metal stents placed in popliteal arterial P2 and P3 segments in Asian patients

        Sang Woo Park
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      A case of endovascular therapy of infrapopliteal arterial disease using GP IIb/IIIa inhibitor and thrombolysis in a patient with acute limb ischemia

        Chang Hoon Lee
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      Therapeutic strategy of multiple level artery occlusions in the lower limb ischemia

        Jinsong Wang
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      SFA lesions – is atherectomy superior?

        Sanjay Desai
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      Directional atherectomy for the treatment of recurrent distal anastomotic stenosis of aortobifemoral bypass with 3-year angiographic follow-up

        Eric Scott
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      External piercing technique in heavily calcified BTK lesion in a diabetic foot patient

        Seung-Woon Rha
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      A challenging case of critical limb ischemia achieving a complete below-the-ankle revascularization by using a combination of multiple bidirectional approach

        Yoshinori Tsubakimoto
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      The CHIAPAS project: Complex endovascular procedures in a challenging economical environment

        José Antonio Muñoa Prado
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Selected original research abstracts – BTK

    Moderator:
    Brian DeRubertis, Thomas Rand, Hiroyoshi Yokoi
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      Bioabsorbable scaffold stents for the endovascular treatment of infrapopliteal lesions in critical limb ischemia

        Mohammad Ansari
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      Vital role of plastic surgeons in wound healing after endovascular revascularization for isolated infrapopliteal arterial lesions in patients with critical limb ischemia

        Masahiko Fujihara
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      Drug-coated balloons in below-the-knee arteries – data from the Heidelberg registry - F. Stoll

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      Pedal arch patency and not direct-angiosome revascularization affects outcomes in diabetic patients with foot wounds undergone endovascular revascularization - N. Troisi

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      Lesion modification with an orbital atherectomy system enhances paclitaxel distribution in calcified peripheral arteries

        Abraham Tzafriri
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Innovation Forum – Peripheral

    Moderator:
    Michael Lichtenberg, Steve Ramee, Dai-Do Do
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      The Piculet recanalisation device for peripheral CTO

        Yann Gouëffic
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      The use of CrossLock™ catheter for treatment of complex PCI lesions and CTOs – R. R. Heuser

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      The Shockwave lithotrypsie system – T. Brinton

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      Pilot study of the FLEX™ plaque modification catheter in peripheral arterial disease – J. Pigott

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      The Multi-LOC multiple stent delivery system for focal stenting: Preclinical data and first clinical experiences in femoro-popliteal lesions

        Klaus Amendt
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      Fluorocopolymer-coated Nitinol self-expanding Paclitaxel-eluting stent: Pharmacokinetics and vascular biology responses in porcine iliofemoral model - G. Kaluza

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      Determination of pressure gradients in borderline iliac artery stenosis using a patient specific computer model – S. G. H. Heinen

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      Endovascular management of severe peripheral artery disease by smart stem cell delivery technology – S. Sultan

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      Flow assessment of lower extremity endovascular interventions: A feasibility study using quantitative digital subtraction angiogram analysis – R. B. Dharmaraj

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      ePTFE balloon with a paclitaxel coating engineered for enhanced arterial retention: results in porcine peripheral arteries

        Abraham Tzafriri
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      A bubble-mixture method to improve dynamic image of carbon dioxide angiography - T.–I. Chang

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      Discussion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Global Expert Exchange – Selected challenging cases – peripheral interventions

    Moderator:
    Dai-Do Do, Yann Gouëffic, Brian DeRubertis
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      Severe calcified chronic total occlusion recanalization with CROSSER or Roterablator: A series of five cases

        Masahiko Fujihara
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      Popliteal artery rupture

        James McGuckin
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      65 y.o male with critical limb ischemia (Rutherford 6) and critical aortic stenosis being worked up for TAVR

        Mark Fleming
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      Retrograde recanalization after failed antegrade entry into flush SFA CTO, via pedal access, in a patient with previous SFA stenting and fem-pop bypass

        Ashwani Kumar
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      A multidisciplinary team approach for vascular disease: The role of cardiologists and vascular specialists

        Ana Mollon
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      Stents for the common femoral artery: the good, the bad, the ugly

        Salman Arain
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      A giant popliteal artery aneurysm treated with exclusion and bypass using vascular graft

        Shuiting Zhai
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Innovation Forum – EVAR, venous and miscellaneous

    Moderator:
    Frans Moll, Sven Seifert
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      Experience with the Trivascular Ovation iX Stent Graft System – J. Ghosh

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      Novel endovascular device, a guidewire fixator – K. Liungman

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      Use of dedicated popliteal access IVC filter during catheter based treatment of acute deep vein thrombosis

        Gerard O'Sullivan
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      Double wire, a novel technique for the insertion of haemodialysis catheter – M. Elmaadawy

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      Robotic routing: How far are we from remote control?

        Thomas Nolte
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      A faster way to the .035 Wire: The punctual guidewire for improvement in arterial and venous access – R. R. Heuser

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      Microbubbles accelerate thrombolysis in peripheral arterial occlusions: how does the technology work? – K. K. Yeung

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      Denervation in hypertensive renal transplantation patients: Verve's disruptive non-vascular catheter option to nephrectomy – R. R. Heuser

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      Discussion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Selected challenging cases and complications – EVAR

    Moderator:
    Roberto Chiesa, Olaf Richter, Piotr Kasprzak
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      Endovascular total arch repair using in situ fenestration for arch aneurysm and chronic Type A dissection - S. Kondo

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      Hybrid treatment of symptomatic aberrant right subclavian artery associated with kommerell diverticulum – N. Stella

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      Endovascular repair for blunt traumatic thoracic aortic injury with involvement of zone 1 - G. Brancaccio

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      Iatrogenically complicated Type B aortic dissection with huge aneurysm - I. Mavioglu

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      Hybrid aproach of Takayasu's aortic aneurysm - G. Meirelles

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      Double balloon technique for salvaging a maldeployed straight aortic endograft - E. Mikelarena

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      Exclusive endovascular treatment of multiple abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms – sandwich technique - F. Pereira

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      Successful treatment for late-onset juxtarenal Type 1a endoleak using scalloped body extension and N-butyl cyanoacrylate embolization - M. Shibata

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      Arch and visceral debranching combined with endovascular repair for thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm - S. Veera

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      EVAR for extremely agulated proximal neck: How to reinforce proximal attachment?

        Nam Yeol Yim
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Clinical trial updates and selected original research abstracts – EVAR

    Moderator:
    Thomas Nolte, Ralf Kolvenbach, Andrea Stella
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      Midterm results of proximal sealing with OVATION stent graft according to the instruction for use vs. off-label condition introduction

        Gianmarco de Donato
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      REGENERATION trial. Clinical evaluation of the new Relay PRO and RELAY NBS PRO stent-grafts in TEVAR

        Fabio Verzini
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      Two-year outcomes from the European OVATION postmarked registry

        Patrick Peeters
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      Endovascular repair of paravisceral aortic aneurysms combining chimney grafts and the Nellix® endovascular aneurysm sealing technology (4Vessel-ChEVAS) – M. Youssef

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      A pain in the buttock: Iliac branch devices versus internal iliac artery embolization during elective infrarenal EVAR – N. Chinai

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      Systematic review and individual patient level meta-analysis of Streamliner Multilayer Flow Modulator in the management of complex thoracoabdominal aortic pathology – N. Hynes

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      Cerebral protection against embolization during thoracic endovascular aortic repair – R. A. Jánosi

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      Outcome of in situ fenestration for endovascular aortic arch repair – R. Kopp

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      Effectiveness and durability of open versus endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm in octogenarians – Y. Law

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      Computational fluid dynamics of twelve aortic Type B dissections managed with the streamliner multilayer flow modulator – F. Stefanov

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      Results from a national enquiry of infection in abdominal aortic endovascular repair (R.I.-EVAR) – W. Mansour

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      Neurofibromatosis Type I associated with abdominal aorta and renal artery stenosis: a case report - K. Papazoglou

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      Endovascular treatment for residual aortic dissection after total arch replacement for Type A AAD - K. Rokkaku

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      The endovascular treatment of an symptomatic AAA located between Coelic trunc an SMA

        Sven Seifert
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      Nellix device and Gore hybrid vascular device - A. Malaj

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      Endoleak Type 1a closure with Amplatzer® plug after open repair of a Standford Type a acute aortic dissection – a case report - V. Rivas Arcia

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      Discussion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Room 6 - Speakers' corner

    Global Expert Exchange – Selected challenging cases and complications – EVAR

    Moderator:
    Tilo Kölbel, Frank Vermassen
    1. -

      Post op renal complications and outcomes following AAA repair

        Virendra Patel
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      Morphological differences in aortic anatomy in latin american countries

        Mario Alejandro Fabiani
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      Snorkel, Chimney and Vent techniques utilizing the Trivascular Abdominal Aortic Stent Graft System

        Steve Henao
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      Late intervention of renal occlusion after aortic EVAR intervention. Salvaging patients off dialysis even after several months.

        James McKinsey
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      Rupture of a Hypogastric aneurysm after prior endovascular AAA repair (EVAR) and coiling, from extension of Type B dissection treated with a thoracic endograft (TEVAR)

        Karan Garg
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      Way outside the IFU: snorkel/chimney grafts in combination with fenestrated EVAR

        Jason Lee
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      Endovascular therapy for Type A aortic dissection

        Napoleon Delgado
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      Stent grafting for ascending aortic pseudoaneurysm

        I-Ming Chen
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      Endovascular treatment of Type II endoleak following thoracic endovascular aortic repair for thoracic aortic aneurysm: squeeze technique to reach the aneurysmal sac by using a microcatheter

        Chang-Won Kim
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      Aortouniiliac modification of the Trivascular Abdominal Aortic Stent Graft System with an Ex-Vivo ligation of the contralateral limb

        Steve Henao
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      Management of fractured Aortic Palmaz stent after repair of a Type I endoleak. Associated with displacement of thoracic endograft requiring further reintervention of the endograft with a two vessel snorkel and two vessel sandwich. With associated visceral stenting. Renal salvage after EVAR associated with renal failure.

        James McKinsey
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      Discussion and conclusion

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