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26 August 2020, 16:00–17:30 CEST

Complex femoropopliteal lesions & new treatment options
Moderator: D. Scheinert

Panel: M. Montero-Baker, J. Melton, T. Davis

With continuous live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
Long SFA occlusion to P2
Operator: S. Bräunlich

Challenges of complex femoropopoliteal lesions & disease patterns – how to approach & crossing strategies     S. Bräunlich

Optimal strategies for vessel preparation     M. Montero-Baker

Refining atherectomy with Rotarex     T. Davis

Real World Results, The Leipzig Experience      S. Bräunlich

Discussion – Q & A – Voting

9 September 2020, 09:00-12:00 CEST

Lower limb treatment algorithm
Moderator: D. Scheinert

Dongming Zhang, S. Bräunlich, Zhi Hui Dong, Weihao Shi, Yongjun Li

With continuous live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
Complex lower limb cases
S. Bräunlich

Treatment-algorithm femoro-popliteal artery     S. Bräunlich

Embolic protection in the peripherals     Zhi Hui Dong

Discussion – Q & A – Voting

23 September 2020, 16:00-17:30 CEST

Use of Rotarex®S and DCB for treating ISR – Experiences from around the world
Moderator: D. Scheinert

R. Loffroy, Chuan-Jun Liao, S. Kum, S. Bräunlich

With continuous live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
S. Bräunlich

Evolution and challenges of ISR – how to approach     S. Kum

Technical aspects of Rotarex®S device     S. Kum

Use of Rotarex®S and DCB for ISR: French multicentre experience     R. Loffroy

Use of Rotarex®S and DCB for ISR: Beijing experience     Chuan-Jun Liao

Use of Rotarex®S and DCB for ISR: Leipzig experience     D. Scheinert

Discussion – Q & A – Voting

4 November 2020, 15:30–17:00 CET

Challenging lesions – Advanced technology. Utilising scoring balloons or drug coated technology
Moderator: D. Scheinert

Panel: M. Brodmann, M. Lichtenberg, M. Ulrich

With continuous live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
M. Ulrich

Lutonix BTK registry 2 year follow up – data presentation     M. Lichtenberg

DCB IDE below-the-knee six-month results with in-depth look at diabetic patients     M. Brodmann

Lesion preparation with scoring technology and using a low profile access sheath in patients with CLI     M. Lichtenberg

The UltraScore™ focused force PTA balloon: update of a multi-centre registry      M. Ulrich

Discussion – Q & A – Voting

2 September 2020, 16:00–17:30 CEST

Advanced concepts for complex femoropopliteal obstructions: Differential use of drug-eluting devices and the role of vessel preparation
Moderator: D. Scheinert
Panel: A. Micari, Y. Gouëffic, S. Steiner, K. Deloose, M. Andrassy, A. Cioppa

With continuous live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
Recanalisation of a challenging multilevel peripheral lesion
Operator: M. Matschuck, M. Ulrich

Latest information from the Ranger DCB programme: How does low-dose DCB technology COMPARE?     S. Steiner

Insights on ELUVIA from the IMPERIAL-trial and beyond: When to prefer a stent-based approach?     Y. Gouëffic

SFA vessel preparation with the JETSTREAM atherectomy: Tips, tricks, and clinical outcomes     M. Andrassy

Atherectomy in distal disease and in-stent restenosis: expanded use learnings     A. Cioppa

Discussion – Q & A – Voting

16 September 2020, 16:00-17:30 CEST

From the front line: strategies for limb preservation and reducing re-intervention
Moderator: D. Scheinert
Panel: M. Brodmann,
P. Schneider, J. van den Berg, J. Laird

With continuous live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
Operator: T. Zeller

Introduction     D. Scheinert

Patients at risk for restenosis in today's environment: what is your algorithm for reducing re-intervention?
     P. Schneider


Scientific evidence for the treatment of anatomically challenging lesions    
J. Laird


Preserving the native vessel for future treatment options     M. Brodmann

Algorithm for below the knee disease when stenting is not an option    
J. van den Berg

Closing     D. Scheinert

30 September 2020, 16:00-17:30 CEST

Achieving confidence and best patients outcomes for SFA lesions, with the support of your colleagues
Moderator: D. Scheinert
Panel: M. Matschuck, K. Hertting, Y. Gouëffic

With continuous live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
Complex lesions – simple treatment decisions
Operator: M. Ulrich

Introduction     D. Scheinert

Tips and tricks for best interwoven nitinol stent results:

· My learnings – tips and tricks when starting with Supera    
M. Matschuck

· Next steps in my Supera experience     K. Hertting

· Using Supera in the most challenging situations    
Y. Gouëffic

Discussion – Q & A – Voting

25 November 2020, 11:00-12:30 CEST

Challenging lesions and how to approach with advanced technologies
Moderator: D. Scheinert
Panel: A. Schmidt, S. Bräunlich, H. Yokoi, D. Kawasaki

With continuous live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany
Operator: A. Schmidt

Optimizing vessel preparation and outcomes with debulking techniques    
S. Bräunlich

Japan update: Optimal strategies for vessel preparation and DCB usage    
D. Kawasaki

Update on Paclitaxel safety from the results of Japanese patients analysis    
H. Yokoi

Discussion – Q & A – Voting

Key topics:

  • Treatment strategies for Critical limb ischemia and BTK disease
  • Treatment of challenging femoropopliteal CTOs
  • Management of multilevel disease
  • Differential utilization of Drug-eluting devices (DES/ DCB)
  • Strategies for optimal vessel preparation and debulking
  • Utilization of covered stents for complex aortoiliac disease
  • AV-access related interventions
  • Venous interventions
  • Latest techniques in Endovascular aortic repair for challenging aortic lesions

Learning objectives:

  • To discuss treatment strategies for complex peripheral vascular
    pathologies based on the patient specifics shown in the live case
  • Review of latest data on available technologies in short presentations
  • Review of specific techniques and alternatives in short presentations
  • Discussion of all aspects with the panel of experts
  • Discussion of questions raised by audience with expert panel and live case operators


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