LINC 2019 programme


LINC 2019, the Leipzig Interventional Course,  will feature state-of-the-art lectures and numerous live cases performed from leading interventional centers.

LINC 2019 will take place from Tuesday, January 22 through Friday, January 25, 2019.

LINC 2019 programme

Find all topics and speakers listed below.

Room 4 - Discussion Forum

10 events
  • Tuesday, January 22nd: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    How guidewire technology can influence procedural outcome in different approaches

    Moderator:
    Jos van den Berg
    1. Different guidewire construction

        Jos van den Berg
    2. SFA lesions guidewire selection

        Koen Deloose
    3. POP-BTK lesions guidewire selection

        Roberto Ferraresi
    4. POP-BTK lesions guidewire selection

        Daniel Périard
    5. Table discussion & closing remarks from moderator

        Jos van den Berg
  • Tuesday, January 22nd: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    Symposium: Are DCBs an effective treatment for SFA and BTK lesions?

    Moderator:
    Koen Deloose
    1. Best DCB outcomes in SFA TASC A&B lesions – EFFPAC-RCT 12-months follow-up

        Ulf Teichgräber
    2. DCB in SFA complex lesions. 1+1=3 – TINTIN trial first outcomes

        Koen Deloose
    3. State of the art of BTK vessel treatment

        Sebastian Sixt
    4. DCB is also a real option for BTK arteries – BIBLIOS presentation

        Wouter Lansink
  • Wednesday, January 23rd: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    SITE@LINC: Aortic disaster cases: what can we learn from the expert’s nightmares?

    Moderator:
    Vicente Riambau, Dittmar Böckler
    Discussant:
    Jan Brunkwall, Jean-Paul de Vries, Eric Ducasse, Tilo Kölbel
    1. Objective: To share bad and unexpected experiences and how to deal with them. Big names can also be in trouble. Case presentations and interactive discussion

  • Wednesday, January 23rd: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    VIVA@LINC: Strategies on the frontline. The year in review: Triumph or tragedy – my most surprising case of the past year and how it changed my approach

    Moderator:
    Sean Lyden
    Discussant:
    Chris Metzger, John Laird, Osamu Iida
    1. Aortic

        Sean Lyden
    2. Carotid

        Chris Metzger
    3. Femoral-popliteal

        John Laird
    4. Tibial-pedal

        Osamu Iida
    5. This is a case-based session focusing on what we like best ... real cases with challenges that make the experts sweat. This may result in a great save or a terrible complication but these are often the cases from which we learn the most. In this amphitheater setting, audience participation is encouraged and step-by-step case management is featured and discussed.

  • Wednesday, January 23rd: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    Lunch symposium: Lowest wash-off and crystal clear coating: advanced strategies for DCB safety

    Moderator:
    Michael Lichtenberg, Carlos Vaquero-Puerta
    Discussant:
    Koen Deloose, Eugenio Stabile, Christopher Hammond
    1. -

      SAFE PAX: The patient safety PTX coating technology

        Michael Lichtenberg
    2. -

      Long-term effect of the Paclitaxel releasing peripheral balloon dilatation catheter (APERTO OTW®) for arteriovenous fistulae stenosis: the evidence to date

        Christopher Hammond
    3. -

      Modern revascularisation strategy for long SFA lesions: The REFLOW outcomes

        Koen Deloose
    4. -

      Learning from the producers: The LEGDEB experiences and 2-year outcomes

        Eugenio Stabile
    5. -

      Conclusions and take home message

        Carlos Vaquero-Puerta
  • Wednesday, January 23rd: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    Discussion forum on diabetic foot clinic and the multidisciplinary approach

    Moderator:
    Brian DeRubertis
    Discussant:
    Roberto Ferraresi, Thomas Zeller, Giacomo Clerici
    1. Case example presentations: Benefit of establishing multidisciplinary diabetic foot clinics

    2. Set-up: Discussion on best practices and pitfalls within diabetic foot care

    3. Patient flow: Understanding patient pathways within mutidisciplinary care units

    4. Treatment algorithm: Dos and don’ts

  • Wednesday, January 23rd: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    CICE@LINC: Parallel grafts in the real world

    Moderator:
    Armando Lobato
    Discussant:
    Jan Brunkwall, Mario Lachat, Joao Gualberto Diniz, Ralf Kolvenbach, Konstantinos Donas
    1. How to prevent gutter endoleaks with arch chimney grafts

        Jan Brunkwall
    2. Parallel grafts work well to treat aortic lesions involving the visceral segment and the arch: The mid- and long-term results demonstrate durability although re-interventions may be required

        Mario Lachat
    3. Three or four chimneys: Is it too much?

        Joao Gualberto Diniz
    4. How Onyx can eliminate gutter endoleaks after parallel grafts used in AAA repairs: When to fix and technical tips

        Ralf Kolvenbach
    5. New findings from the PERICLES registry shed light on ways to improve outcomes of parallel grafts to treat complex aneurysms

        Konstantinos Donas
    6. Sandwich technique for treating complex aortoiliac aneurysms: Experience with 151 hypogastric revascularisations: lessons learned

        Armando Lobato
  • Thursday, January 24th: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    Vascular discussion: indications & evidence based therapies

    Moderator:
    Giovanni Torsello
    1. -

      Unparalleled clinical data outcome from one AAA device and expanded treatment options with approval

        Dittmar Böckler
    2. -

      Early endoluminal treatment in venous ulceration

        Markus Steinbauer
    3. -

      Clinical evidence of IN.PACT and opportunities of DAART for the treatment of PAD

        Michel Bosiers
    4. -

      Clinical evidence of ONYX for the treatment of endoleakages and AVM's

        Walter Wohlgemuth
  • Thursday, January 24th: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    Vessel preparation: What is it and how to achieve best results?

    Moderator:
    Brian DeRubertis, Steven Kum
    Discussant:
    Aloke Finn, Konstantinos Donas, John Phillips
    1. Vessel preparation with plain balloons – the role of sizing and dilatation time

        Francesco Liistro
    2. Scoring balloons and high pressure dilatation with non-compliant balloons – How I do it

        Steven Kum
    3. Vascular calcification in peripheral arteries: Implications for device design and procedural success

        Aloke Finn
    4. The use of orbital atherectomy and Intravascular Lithotripsy in fem-pop disease – What is the concept and how to best select the cases?

        John Phillips
    5. Directional atherectomy – what is the best technique and how to avoid complications?

        Konstantinos Donas
    6. The importance of vessel preparation prior to stenting

        Brian DeRubertis
  • Thursday, January 24th: - , Room 4 - Discussion Forum

    VIVA@LINC: Strategies on the frontline – Illustrative cases with step-by-step approach – Venous disease, unsolved problems, and opportunities

    Moderator:
    John Laird
    Discussant:
    Chris Metzger, Sean Lyden, Gerard O'Sullivan
    1. State-of-the-art in deep venous stenting

        Chris Metzger
    2. Vena cava filters – how to optimize treatment strategy

        Sean Lyden
    3. Trends in managing massive and submassive pulmonary embolus: How to intervene

        Chris Metzger
    4. Managing acute DVT: which tool to use and why and how to combine them

        Gerard O'Sullivan
    5. This is a topic-based session with illustrative cases. The speaker will present a recent case and go through a step-by-step approach with technical tips and advice on best management.