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Thursday 18th October

Abbott

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:        12:45-14:00
Room:      Space 3: Botticelli
Contact:   Marc-Oliver Berndt

The latest advanced surgical treatment options for Heart Failure

Chair: H Reichspurner

The Role of MCS in advanced HeartFailure Management
H Reichspurner

Review of Contemporary Outcomes in Long-term LVAD Support
To be announced

Enhancing the Surgical Experience with the HeartMate™ 3 LVAD
J Schmitto

Programme: Coming soon

AtriCure Europe bv

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Amber 3
Contact:   Evelyne Kulk

CytoSorbents

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Brown 2
Contact:   Kristin von Hammerstein

Update on the role of CytoSorb hemoadsorption in cardiac surgery patients

Chairs: Jan Gummert, Bad Oeynhausen and Guillaume Lebreton, Paris

Clinical effects of intraoperative hemoadsorption in acute infective endocarditis – A case series
Daniel Wendt, Essen 

Improved outcome of patients undergoing heart transplant with CytoSorb – Results from an observational study
Endre Nemeth, Budapest

MOF in ECMO patients and the impact of CytoSorb therapy – 3 years’ experience
Federico Pappalardo, Milan

Intraoperative removal of Ticagrelor to reduce bleeding complications in emergency cardiac surgery (off label use)
Kambiz Hassan, Hamburg

Getinge

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Space 2: Raphael
Contact:   Lucienne Van De Klundert

Programme: Coming soon

LivaNova

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Space 4: Titian
Contact:   Elisabetta Gibertoni

Latest Innovations in Cardiac Surgery Procedures and Perfusion Management

Medtronic

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Amber 6
Contact:   Lorraine Chavagnac

Medtronic

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Brown 1
Contact:   Lorraine Chavagnac

Nordic Pharma

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Amber 1 & 2
Contact:   Rita Benkirane

Aprotinin in Cardiac Surgery: An unprecedented come back

Saturday 20th October

AtriCure Europe bv

Date:        Saturday 20 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Amber 6
Contact:   Evelyne Kulk

Combining Forces for Persistent AF: Novel Approaches, Better Outcomes?

Edwards Lifesciences

Date:        Saturday 20 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Brown 3
Contact:   Vincenzo Grimaudo

Pathways to Breakthrough Innovation in Cardiac Surgery

European Board of Cardiovascular Perfusionists (EBCP)

Date:        Saturday 20 October
Time:        08:30-17:00
Room:      Space 2: Raphael
Contact:   Leen Vercaemst

18th European Conference on Perfusion Education and Training

Medistim

Date:        Saturday 20 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Amber 5
Contact:   Anne Waaler

Intraoperative graft and aorta assessment: How to improve results in the OR

Lessons learned from the 1000 Patient REQUEST Registry

Medtronic

Date:        Saturday 20 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Amber 3
Contact:   Lorraine Chavagnac

Terumo Aortic

Date:        Saturday 20 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Amber 1 & 2
Contact:   Helen Paterson

The future of aortic surgery: Where is it going and who can we treat?

Exhibitors List

exhibition4The EACTS trade exhibition is an important and most time efficient way to keep up to date with new to market technology, state of the art products, innovations and developments in the cardio-thoracic market.  The exhibiting companies are looking forward to meeting the people that matter to their business in one place, demonstrate new products and attract interest from new prospects and existing customers.

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