Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Part I

The Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Part I Course will run from 4-8 February 2019. MONDAY 4 FEBRUARY 09:30 Welcome and introduction J Pepper, London 10:00 History of coronary/cardiac surgery H Muresian, Bucharest 10:30 Coronary artery anatomy and angiography S Davies, London 11:00 Investigation of CAD S Davies, London 11:30 What do the coronary trials tell … Continue reading "Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Part I"

The Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Part I Course will run from 4-8 February 2019.

MONDAY 4 FEBRUARY
09:30 Welcome and introduction J Pepper, London
10:00 History of coronary/cardiac surgery H Muresian, Bucharest
10:30 Coronary artery anatomy and angiography S Davies, London
11:00 Investigation of CAD S Davies, London
11:30 What do the coronary trials tell us? PCI or CABG? S Davies, London
12:00 Conduits for coronary surgery A Wahba, Trondheim
12:30 Coronary cases S Davies, London; T Kieser, Calgary
13:00 Lunch
14:00 My approach to coronary surgery video-clips T Kieser, Calgary
14:30 What drugs should I discharge my patient on post CABG and why P Kumar, Swansea
15:00 Break
15:30 Anatomy of the aortic valve M de Ruiter, Leiden
16:00 Indications for aortic valve replacement P Kumar, Swansea
16:30 Techniques in aortic valve replacement; annular enlargement P Kumar, Swansea
17:00 Close
TUESDAY 5 FEBRUARY
09:00 Coronary wetlab
– Harvesting of IMA
– Arterial grafting
– Sequential grafting
M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva; T Kieser, Calgary; H Muresian, Bucharest; A Wahba, Trondheim
12:00 Video-clips T Kieser, Calgary
12:30 Hybrid re-vascularisation
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Aortic valve replacement wetlab M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva; T Kieser, Calgary; H Muresian, Bucharest; A Wahba, Trondheim
17:00 Close
WEDNESDAY 6 FEBRUARY

 

09:00 On pump or off pump CABG M Cikiricioglu, Geneva
09:30 Myocardial management M Cikiricioglu, Geneva
10:00 Complications of myocardial infarction: left ventricular aneurysm, VSD, mitral regurgitation M Cikiricioglu, Geneva
10:30 Break
11:00 The Naked Surgeon: measuring outcomes and transparency S Nashef, Cambridge
11:30 TUTE: evaluating the risk of surgery on prognostic grounds S Nashef, Cambridge
12:00 Evaluation of bleeding A Wahba, Trondheim
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Anticoagulation in valve surgery A Wahba, Trondheim
14:30 Indications for transcatheter aortic valve implantation S Davies, London
15:00 Break
15:30 Results of transcatheter aortic valve implantation S Davies, London
16:00 Critical care 1 A Curry, Southampton
16:30 Critical care 2 A Curry, Southampton
17:00 Close
THURSDAY 7 FEBRUARY
09:00 Genetics of thoracic aneurysms
09:30 Natural history of thoracic aneurysms
10:00 Anatomy of the aortic root L de Kerchove, Brussels
10:30 Break
11:00 How I do Bentall (Replacing), David (Reimplatation) and Yacoub (Remodelling) root procedures L de Kerchove, Brussels
11:30 The indications for Re-implantation and Remodelling of the aortic root L de Kerchove, Brussels
12:00 Indications for, and I how I would do the Ross procedure M Petrou, London
12:30 Is just replacing the ascending aorta the best operation for acute Type A Dissection M Petrou, London
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 8 FEBRUARY
09:00 Echocardiogram for surgeons S Rahman Haley, Oxford
11:00 Understanding cardiac computed tomography C Peebles, Southampton
11:30 Understanding cardiac magnetic resonance J Baksi, London
12:00 Pericardial disease & pericardiectomy V Chandrasekaran, London
13:00 Lunch and close

Programme and faculty subject to change.

COURSE INFORMATION

Date/Duration
4-8 February 2019 (4.5 day course)

Location
Windsor, UK

Course Director
S Livesey, Southampton

Course Format
Interactive lectures
Hands on wetlabs and practical sessions

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

Fee includes lunch, refreshments and dinners on Tuesday 5 and Thursday 7 February 2019.

*Scholarships are available for this course – for further information please Click Here

Course Overview
This is the first in a series of three “Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery” courses being held at EACTS House in Windsor in 2019. The course and accompanying wetlab will cover all aspects of coronary artery surgery, aortic valve replacement and aortic root surgery.

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.

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Faculty

  • John Baksi
  • Venkatachalam Chandrasekaran
  • Mustafa Cikirikcioglu
  • Simon Davies
  • Laurent de Kerchove
  • Marco DeRuiter
  • Teresa Kieser
  • Pankaj Kumar
  • Steven Livesey
  • Horia Muresian
  • Samer Nashef
  • Charles Peebles
  • John Pepper
  • Mario Petrou
  • Shelley Rahman Haley
  • Alexander Wahba