Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Part II

The Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery course will run from 5-9 June 2017 MONDAY 5 JUNE Module 1: Aorta & Congenital 09:00 Registration 09:30 Welcome and introduction S Livesey, London 09:40 Cardiac tumours H Muresian, Bucharest 10:00 Structure and function of the aorta H Muresian, Bucharest 10:30 Aorta assessment M Shrestha, Hannover 11:00 Break 11:30 Type A … Continue reading "Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Part II"
Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Part II

The Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery course will run from 5-9 June 2017

MONDAY 5 JUNE
Module 1: Aorta & Congenital
09:00 Registration
09:30 Welcome and introduction S Livesey, London
09:40 Cardiac tumours H Muresian, Bucharest
10:00 Structure and function of the aorta H Muresian, Bucharest
10:30 Aorta assessment M Shrestha, Hannover
11:00 Break
11:30 Type A – acute aortic syndrome M Shrestha, Hannover
12:00 Type B – acute aortic syndrome T Schachner, Linz
12:30 Operative techniques for the descending thoracic aorta T Schachner, Linz
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Imaging challenges in aorta R Allison, Southampton
14:30 Endovascular thoracic aortic repair R Allison, Southampton
15:00 Break
15:30 Squeezing the juice: tips for making the most of your training C Munsch, Leeds
16:15 Cardiac trauma: from the roadside to the operating theatre C Deakin, Southampton
17:00 Close
TUESDAY 6 JUNE
09:00 Anatomy V Tran, London
10:15 Patent ductus arteriosus C Salih, London
10:30 Coarctation of the aorta C Salih, London
11:00 Break
11:30 Atrial septal defects C Salih, London
12:00 Ventricular septal defects C Salih, London
12:30 Cyanotic heart disease I A Parry, Bristol
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Cyanotic heart disease II A Parry, Bristol
14:30 Adult congenital heart disease I D Barron, Birmingham
15:00 Break
15:30 Adult congenital heart disease II D Barron, Birmingham
16:15 Congenital cases and multi-disciplinary team C Salih, London;
D Barron, Birmingham;
A Parry, Bristol
17:00 Close
WEDNESDAY 7 JUNE
09:00 Wet-lab: lung transplantation F De Robertis, London
11:00 Break
11:30 Organ care system F De Robertis, London;
A Simon, London
13:00 Lunch
Module 2: Heart and Lung Failure and MCS
14:00 Heart Transplantation
VAD and Intra-aortic balloon pump (IABP)
A Simon, London
17:00 Close
THURSDAY 8 JUNE
09:00 Surgical treatment of heart failure F De Robertis, London
09:30 Heart transplantation – recipient F De Robertis, London
10:00 Heart transplantation – donor F De Robertis, London
10:30 Heart transplantation – operation F De Robertis, London
11:00 Break
11:30 Lung failure – the size of the problem To be announced
12:00 Lung volume reduction To be announced
12:30 Chronic obstructive airways disease multi-disciplinary team F De Robertis,
A Simon, London
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Lung transplantation – recipient A Simon, London
14:30 Lung transplantation – donor A Simon, London
15:00 Break
15:30 Lung transplantation – operation A Simon, London
16:00 Results of lung transplantation A Simon, London
16:30 Video-clips F De Robertis,
A Simon, London
17:00 Close
FRIDAY 9 JUNE
09:00 Short-term mechanical circulatory support I F De Robertis, London
09:30 Short-term mechanical circulatory support II F De Robertis, London
10:00 Surgical management of cardiogenic shock F De Robertis, London
10:30 Long-term ventricular assist device I C Bowles, Harefield
11:00 Break
11:30 Long-term ventricular assist device II C Bowles, Harefield
12:00 Cardiac gene and cell therapy: progress and problems S Harding, London
12:30 What have we learned? S Livesey, London
13:00 Lunch & Close

COURSE INFORMATION

Date/Duration
5-9 June 2017 (5 day course)

Location
Windsor, UK

Course Director/s
S Livesey, Southampton

Course Format
Interactive lectures
Hands on wetlab

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 6 and Thursday 8 June 2017

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

Course Overview
Basic principles of cardiac surgery part II.  The course will encompass two 2.5 day modules: Essentials in Aorta & Congenital and Essentials of Heart and Lung Failure and MCS. 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

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Faculty

  • Steven Livesey
  • Robert Allison
  • David Barron
  • Christopher Bowles
  • Charles Deakin
  • Sian Harding
  • Chris Munsch
  • Horia Muresian
  • Andrew Parry
  • Thomas Schachner
  • Malakh Shrestha
  • Vi-Hue Tran