EACTS Aortic Valve Repair Summit

The EACTS Aortic Valve Repair Summit course will run from 18-19 June 2018 MONDAY 18 JUNE Moderators: I El-Hamamsy, Montréal & F Casselman, Aalst 08:00 Opening remarks Live case 1: aortic root aneurysm tricuspid valve E Lansac, Paris Heart team selection of patients for aortic valve repair: a key for a successful repair A Berrebi, Paris  Aortic … Continue reading "EACTS Aortic Valve Repair Summit"
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The EACTS Aortic Valve Repair Summit course will run from 18-19 June 2018

MONDAY 18 JUNE
Moderators: I El-Hamamsy, Montréal & F Casselman, Aalst
08:00 Opening remarks
Live case 1: aortic root aneurysm tricuspid valve E Lansac, Paris
Heart team selection of patients for aortic valve repair: a key for a successful repair A Berrebi, Paris 
Aortic annuloplasty: anatomical landmarks and surgical option L De Kerchove, Brussels
Geometric height (gH) and effective height (eH): key parameters for aortic valve repair H J Schäfers, Homburg Saar
10:30 Break
11:00 Aortic root and ascending aorta aneurysms debate: how to tailor the indications to patient’s risk; place of medical therapy J Elefteriades, New Haven; G Jondeau, Paris
Live-in-a-box from the different schools
Abstract/video/case reports selected
– Valve sparing root replacement surgery: review of long-term outcomes A Pochettino, Rochester
– Is root remodeling with annuloplasty a reasonable alternative to root reimplantation in patients with connective tissue disorders? A multi-center study V Chauvette, Montréal
Valve sparing root replacement debate: reimplantation or remodelling with aortic annuloplasty G El Khoury, Brussels; E Lansac, Paris
13:00 Lunch 
Moderators: Y D’Udekem, Melbourne & P Urbanski, Bad Neustadt
14:00 Live case 2: aortic root aneurysm bicuspid valve G El Khoury, Brussels
Bicuspid aortopathy: when to replace the aorta M Borger, Leipzig
Conduction system: anatomical differences between tricuspid and bicuspid valve G Thiene, Padova
Abstract/video/case reports selected
Aortic valve and root repair in bicuspid aortic valve: Selective sinus replacement for achievement of symmetrical orientation P Urbanski, Bad Neustadt
Bicuspid valve repair debate: symmetrical or asymmetrical repair to ensure long term stability H J Schäfers, Homburg Saar; J Bavaria, Philadelphia
Live-in-a-box from the different schools  
16:30 Break
17:00 Valve sparing versus mechanical Bentall versus bio Bentall: what is the level of evidence? R De Paulis, Rome
Aortic dissection: when to spare the valve and how do it safely  E Chen, Atlanta
Abstract/video/case reports selected
– Aortic valve resuspension and root repair in Type A aortic dissection M Kreibich, Philadelphia
18:30 Close
19:00 Optional group dinner and river cruise
TUESDAY 19 JUNE
Moderators: I El-Hamamsy, Montréal & T Modine, Lille
08:00 Opening remarks
Live case 3: isolated aortic valve repair (tricuspid or bicuspid valve) E Lansac, Paris
Abstract/video/case reports selected
– T1 mapping by cardiac MRI as biomarker for quantification of valvular cardiomyopathy in aortic regurgitation: preliminary results
J Petersen, Hamburg
Asymptomatic aortic insufficiency debate: are guidelines good enough or are they are outdated? J L Vanoverschelde, Brussels; M Desai, Cleveland
From simple to complex cusp repairs: tips and tricks M Boodhwani, Ottawa
Minimally invasive aortic valve repair: a safe approach? M Shrestha, Hannover
Live-in-a-box from the different schools  
11:00 Break
Abstract/video/case reports selected
– Better seeing is more securing – Usefulness of the aortoscopy for aortic valve repair T Kunihara, Toyko
Post-repair evaluation of the aortic valve: when to reclamp or not reclamp J L Monin, Paris
Clinical cases of intraoperative failure
J Bavaria, Philadelphia; M Boodhwani, Ottawa; L De Kerchove, Brussels; R De Paulis, Rome; I El-Hamamsy, Montréal; H J Schäfers, Homburg Saar; I Rudez, Zagreb
Isolated aortic valve repair rapid fire debate:
– Valve sparing root replacement G El Khoury, Brussels
– Suture annuloplasty H J Schäfers, Homburg Saar
– Internal ring J S Rankin, Morgantown
– Double external annuloplasty E Lansac, Paris
13:00 Lunch
CTSNet Roundtable: Place of annuloplasty for aortic valve sparing and repair
G El Khoury, Brussels; H J Schäfers, Homburg Saar; J S Rankin, Morgantown; E Lansac, Paris; R De Paulis, Rome; P Urbanski, Bad Neustad

Moderator: M Bashir, London
Moderators: Y D’Udekem, Melbourne, JJM Takkenberg, Rotterdam
14:00 Live case 4: bicuspid or unicuspid repair H J Schäfers, Homburg Saar
Paediatric aortic valve repair Y D’Udekem, Melbourne
Ascending aorta aneurysm in paediatric population and adult congenital: when to operate and how far to resect D Cameron, Boston
Live-in-a-box from the different schools
16:10 Break
16:40 Abstract/video/case reports selected
– Characterization of transvalvular flow patterns in bicuspid and unicuspid aortic valve repair: Insights from 4D flow cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging J Petersen, Hamburg
– Durability of auto-pericardial patch in Aortic Valve spearing surgery A Shimizu, Tokyo
Alternatives to aortic valve repair:
– What to do if the valve cannot be repaired
– How to help the patient to choose the right option

 

I El-Hamamsy, Montréal
JJM Takkenberg, Rotterdam

Importance of evaluation in adults and paediatric populations: AVIATOR registry J Kluin, Amsterdam
18:00 Close

COURSE INFORMATION

Date/Duration
18-19 June 2018 (2 day course)

Course Venue
Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris
17 Boulevard Jourdan
75014 Paris, France
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Organising Committee 
E Lansac, Paris – local Chairman
J Bavaria, Philadelphia; A Berrebi, Paris; M Boodhwani, Ottawa; L De Kerchove, Brussels; R De Paulis, Rome; I Di Centa, Suresnes; Y D’Udekem, Melbourne; I El-Hamamsy, Montreal; G El Khoury, Brussels; H J Schäfers, Homburg Saar; JJM Takkenberg, Rotterdam; J Vanoverschelde, Brussels

Course Fee
Members: €550 inclusive of VAT
Non-Members: €650 inclusive of VAT

Course Format
Live surgical cases, presentations led by keynote international faculty, scientific debate, dynamic research, and video & abstract presentations

Course Overview
Bringing together the different schools in aortic valve repair, the Summit will cover all aspects of the disease including medical therapy, imaging, patient selection and surgical techniques focused on patient outcomes. The aim is to integrate state-of-the-art into daily practice and to challenge current knowledge through high level scientific debates on the main topics of aortic valve repair. The programme will also provide an in-depth overview of aortic valve repair from valve-sparing root replacement to isolated aortic valve repair for tricuspid, bicuspid and unicuspid valves

Target Audience
Cardiac surgeons, echocardiographers (cardiologists and anaesthesiologists), radiologists and advanced residents interested in the field of valve repair who are encouraged to present their scientific work in abstract presentations

Learning Objectives
To showcase the latest techniques in aortic valve repair, participate in conversation, share experiences and help raise better medical evidence to clarify the place of repair versus replacement in aortic valve surgery

ABSTRACTS

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Faculty

  • Joseph Bavaria
  • Alain Berrebi
  • Munir Boodhwani
  • Michael Borger
  • Filip Casselman
  • Duke Cameron
  • Edward Chen
  • Milind Desai
  • Ruggero De Paulis
  • Laurent de Kerchove
  • Yves d'Udekem
  • John Elefteriades
  • Ismail El-Hamamsy
  • Gebrine El Khoury
  • Guillaume Jondeau
  • Jolanda Kluin
  • Emmanuel Lansac
  • Thomas Modine
  • Jean-Luc Monin
  • J. Scott Rankin
  • Hans-Joachim Schäfers
  • Malakh Shrestha
  • Johanna Takkenberg
  • Gaetano Thiene
  • Paul Urbanski
  • Jean-Louis Vanoverschelde