Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Part I

The Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery course will run from 6-10 February 2017 - SOLD OUT MONDAY 6 FEBRUARY Module 1: Essentials of Coronary Surgery 09:30 Welcome and introduction S Livesey, Southampton 10:00 History of coronary surgery J Pepper, London 10:30 Coronary anatomy: Arteries and veins H Muresian, Bucharest 11:00 Coronary physiology S Davies, London 11:30 … Continue reading "Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Part I"
Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery

The Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery course will run from 6-10 February 2017 – SOLD OUT

MONDAY 6 FEBRUARY
Module 1: Essentials of Coronary Surgery
09:30 Welcome and introduction S Livesey, Southampton
10:00 History of coronary surgery J Pepper, London
10:30 Coronary anatomy: Arteries and veins H Muresian, Bucharest
11:00 Coronary physiology S Davies, London
11:30 What do the coronary trials tell us? S Davies, London
12:00 Coronary multi-disciplinary team S Davies, London; T Kieser, Calgary; S Livesey, Southampton
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Critical care 1 M Herbertson, Southampton
14:30 Critical care 2 M Herbertson, Southampton
15:00 Break
15:30 Conduits for coronary surgery T Kieser, Calgary
16:00 Video clips of coronary surgery T Kieser, Calgary
16:30 Complications of myocardial infarction: Mitral regurgitation S Livesey, Southampton
17:00 Close
TUESDAY 7 FEBRUARY
09:00 Establishing a cardiac surgical practice T Kieser, Calgary
09:30 Cardiopulmonary bypass – simple A Momin, London
10:00 Cardiopulmonary bypass – complex A Momin, London
10:30 Break
11:00 Hybrid revascularisation R Yadav, London
11:30 Management of post-operative dysrhythmia R Yadav, London
12:00 Coronary bypass graft multi-disciplinary team M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva; S Livesey, Southampton; H Muresian, Bucharest; R Yadav, London
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Intra-opertive: Quality assurance T Kieser, Calgary
14:30 Myocardial management 1 M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva
15:00 Break
15:30 Myocardial management 2 M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva
16:00 Complications of myocardial infarction: Left ventricular aneurysm, ventricular septal defect T Kieser, Calgary
16:30 Evaluation of bleeding A Wahba, Trondheim
17:00 Close
WEDNESDAY 8 FEBRUARY
09:00 Coronary Wetlab
– Harvesting of internal mammary artery
– Arterial grafting
– Sequential grafting
G Asimakopoulos, London; M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva; T Kieser, Calgary
10:30 Break
11:00 Video clips T Kieser, Calgary
11:45 Echocardiogram for surgeons S Rahman Haley, London
13:00 Lunch
Module 2: Essentials of Aortic Valve Intervention
14:00 Aortic Valve Replacement Wetlab T Schachner, Innsbruck
14:30 Aortic valve replacement: Enlarging the annulus T Schachner, Innsbruck
15:00 Break
15:30 Bentall Operation Wetlab T Schachner, Innsbruck
16:30 Anticoagulation in valve surgery A Wahba, Trondheim
17:00 Close
THURSDAY 9 FEBRUARY
09:00 Anatomy of the aortic valve M De Ruiter, Leiden
09:30 Indications for aortic valve replacement P Kumar, Swansea
10:00 Aortic valve replacement P Kumar, Swansea
10:30 Break
11:00 Indications for transcatheter aortic valve implantation S Davies, London
11:30 Results of transcatheter aortic valve implantation S Davies, London
12:00 Aortic valve intervention multi-disciplinary team S Davies, London; M De Ruiter, Leiden; P Kumar, Swansea; A Wahba, Trondheim
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Cardiopulmonary bypass – practical R Trimlett, London
15:00 Break
15:30 Intra-aortic balloon pump – practical R Trimlett, London
16:00 Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: Principles and practice R Trimlett, London
17:00 Close
FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY
09:00 – The value of simulation for training
Total arterial revascularisation
S Livesey, Southampton
10:30 Break
11:00 Understanding cardiac computed tomography C Peebles, Southampton
11:30 Understanding cardiac magnetic resonance J Baksi, London
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Aortic root replacement: Options, techniques, results (with video) M Jasinski, Wrocław
14:00 Discussion
14:30 What have we learned? S Livesey, Southampton
15:00  Close

COURSE INFORMATION

Date/Duration
6-10 February 2017 (5 day course)

Location
Windsor, UK

Course Director/s
S Livesey, Southampton

Course Format
Interactive lectures
Hands on wetlab

Course Fee – SOLD OUT
Members: €595 inclusive of 20% UK VAT
Non-Members: €675 inclusive of 20% UK VAT

Fee includes lunch, refreshments and dinners on Tuesday 7 and Thursday 9 February 2017

Course Overview
Basic principles of cardiac surgery part I.  The course will encompass two 2.5 day modules: Essentials in Coronary Surgery and Essentials of Aortic Valve Intervention. The middle day of the course will offer expert ‘hands-on’ wetlab training covering both modules.

Target Audience
Cardiac and cardio-thoracic surgeons; Residents and fellows in cardiac surgical training programmes

Learning Objectives
Experienced lecturers from all parts of Europe will present a systematic overview of topics, using advanced teaching techniques

Faculty

  • Steven Livesey
  • John Baksi
  • Mustafa Cikirikcioglu
  • Simon Davies
  • Marco DeRuiter
  • Marek Jasinski
  • Teresa Kieser
  • Pankaj Kumar
  • Horia Muresian
  • Charles Peebles
  • John Pepper
  • Shelley Rahman Haley
  • Peyman Sardari Nia
  • Thomas Schachner
  • Richard Trimlett
  • Alexander Wahba
  • Rashmi Yadav