LINC 2021 programme


LINC 2021, the Leipzig Interventional Course, featured state-of-the-art lectures and
more than 40 live cases were performed from leading interventional centers.

LINC 2021 does not have an extra live case guide, but all patient slides
are in the program as pdf downloads for your information.

LINC 2021 programme

Find all topics and speakers listed below.

Main Arena 2

8 events
  • Monday, January 25th: - , Main Arena 2

    LUNCH SYMPOSIUM: Custom solutions: innovation through collaboration

    Moderator:
    Mohammad Hamady
    Panel:
    Rob Williams, Lydia Hanna, Martin Czerny
    1. -

      Introduction

    2. -

      Fenestrated Anaconda: delivering longterm efficacy – the DeFINe series

        Rob Williams
    3. -

      Custom relay proximal scallop – midterm to longterm outcomes

        Lydia Hanna
    4. -

      RelayBranch – early and midterm results

        Martin Czerny
    5. -

      Q&A, discussion, and conclusion

  • Tuesday, January 26th: - , Main Arena 2

    LUNCH SYMPOSIUM: What mechanical thrombectomy could bring to current VTE practice: update on clinical data and personal experience from the US

    Moderator:
    Gerard O'Sullivan
    Panel:
    Steven Abramowitz, Michael Jolly
    1. Panel discussion: FLASH registry data – pulmonary embolism cases · CLOUT registry data – deep vein thrombosis cases · Impact of building a VTE practice

        Michael Jolly, Gerard O'Sullivan, Steven Abramowitz
  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Main Arena 2

    Guide wires: You know your skills…do you know your tools?

    1. -

      Live introduction

        Andrej Schmidt
    2. -

      History of Abbott wires

        Jonathan Durcan
    3. -

      Understanding the technical characteristics of GW

        Andrej Schmidt
    4. -

      Panel discussion

    5. -

      Case example

        Lieven Maene, Jonathan Durcan
    6. -

      Q&A, discussion, and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Main Arena 2

    DEEP DIVE SESSION: Venous interventions

    Moderator:
    Tobias Hirsch
    Panel:
    Rick de Graaf, Houman Jalaie
    1. -

      Economic burden of venous leg ulcers resulting from underlying deep vein disease, review of a 7 country cost analysis

        Raghu Kolluri
    2. -

      Interventional management of venous leg ulcers secondary to deep vein obstruction: rationale and design of the IGuideU randomized controlled trial

        Paul Gagne
    3. -

      Patient profile for iliofemoral venous obstruction: which ones require stenting?

        Erin Murphy
    4. -

      Hip biomechanics and venous stent durability testing

        Kush Desai
    5. -

      Deep venous stenting in the PTS patient

        Marta Ramírez Ortega
    6. -

      Extreme reinterventions for failed iliofemoral venous stents

        Rick de Graaf
    7. -

      Venous disorder case study: iliofemoral occlusion and venous reflux (deep, pelvic, and superficial)

        Marzia Lugli
    8. -

      The impact of simultaneous GSV and AASV treatment – the SYNCHRONOUS trial

        Tobias Hirsch
    9. -

      Pelvic venous insufficiency: causes classification, diagnosis, and treatment options

        Marta Ramírez Ortega
    10. -

      PCS case discussion

        David Beckett
    11. -

      Q&A, discussion, and conclusion

  • Wednesday, January 27th: - , Main Arena 2

    LUNCH SYMPOSIUM: LINC and LEARN: the consistency of intravascular lithotripsy (IVL) across multiple vessel beds

    Moderator:
    Thomas Zeller
    Panel:
    Arne Schwindt, Francesco Liistro, George Adams
    1. -

      Introduction, IVL mechanism of action, and historical perspective

        Thomas Zeller
    2. -

      Insights from the DISRUPT PAD III RCT in severly calcified fempop lesions

        Arne Schwindt
    3. -

      DISRUPT PAD III observational study – below-the-knee subset

        George Adams
    4. -

      IVL – a reliable and efficacious vessel preparation strategy

        Francesco Liistro
    5. -

      Q&A, discussion, and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Main Arena 2

    Is Sirolimus emerging as a potential future treatment strategy in PAD over Paclitaxel?

    Chairman:
    Nils Kucher
    Moderator:
    Dierk Scheinert
    Panel:
    Konstantinos Katsanos, Francesco Liistro, Tjun Tang
    1. -

      Overcoming Paclitaxel with Sirolimus in PAD

        Konstantinos Katsanos
    2. -

      Live case transmission from Sengkang General Hospital, Singapore

        Edward Choke
    3. -

      Why Sirolimus coated balloons are a better option for PAD and AVF interventions

        Aloke Finn
    4. -

      Assessing unmet needs in lower extremity interventions: Sirolimus eluting technologies

        Sahil Parikh
    5. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Main Arena 2

    DEEP DIVE SESSION: Innovations and new techniques in embolization therapies

    Moderator:
    Ulf Teichgräber, Walter A. Wohlgemuth
    Panel:
    Costantino del Giudice, Marcus Katoh
    1. -

      Embolization against the clock – strategies and techniques in the management of hemorrhage

        Marcus Treitl
    2. -

      Hemorrhoids: embolic therapy to address bleeding, inflammation, and pain

        Gloria Salazar
    3. -

      Bariatic embolization

        Bernhard Gebauer
    4. -

      Preoperative embolization of soft tissue sarkomas

        René Aschenbach
    5. -

      New therapeutic options for osteoarthritis

        Marcus Katoh
    6. -

      French SEAL registry update: type II endoleak treatment outcomes using a liquid embolic agent

        Costantino del Giudice
    7. -

      Peripheral AVMs: clinical considerations for determining embolic selection

        Walter A. Wohlgemuth
    8. -

      Pulmonary AVMs: different embolic agents and potential impact on clinical outcomes

        Clifford Weiss
    9. -

      Recorded case presentation: AVM-treatment

        Walter A. Wohlgemuth
    10. -

      Q&A, discussion, and conclusion

  • Thursday, January 28th: - , Main Arena 2

    LUNCH SYMPOSIUM: Mastering challenges in lower limb interventions

    Moderator:
    Michael Lichtenberg
    Panel:
    Eric Ducasse, David Shaw, Koen Deloose
    1. -

      Introduction

        Michael Lichtenberg
    2. -

      CASE DISCUSSION: Tips and tricks for lesion crossing in patient with complex CLI

        Eric Ducasse
    3. -

      CASE DISCUSSION: Endovascular treatment of challenging fem-pop occlusive disease

        David Shaw
    4. -

      Introducing dual layer micromesh, a new era in fempop interventions

        Koen Deloose
    5. -

      Q&A, discussion, and closure

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