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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

Chairs: H Reichenspurner and S Silverstry

The Role of MCS in advanced Heart Failure Management
H Reichenspurner, Hamburg

Review of Contemporary Outcomes in Long-term LVAD Support
S Silvestry, Orlando

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

Panel Discussion

Abbott

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:        18:00-19:15
Room:      Amber 5
Contact:  Giulia Penzo

How Emerging Data is Shaping the Future

Chair: Prof. O. Alfieri
Co-Chair: Prof. H. Reichenspurner

Trifecta 10-year clinical experience
Prof. M. A. Borger

MitraClip therapy in Functional MR: time for evidence
Prof. J-F.Obadia

The Tendyne® experience: What have we learned from the TMVR with longest follow-up, and what’s next?
Prof. T. Walther

AtriCure Europe bv

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

Surgical Management of the Left Atrial Appendage: A Must or a Myth?

Faculty: T. Hanke MD, M. Bergmann MD, T. Lewalter MD, B. van Putte MD

 

Reserve your seat by emailing AFConnect@AtriCure.com

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

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

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

Intraoperative removal of Ticagrelor to reduce bleeding complications in emergency cardiac surgery Experiences from Hamburg
Michael Schmoeckel, Hamburg

Getinge

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

Physician Assistant in Cardiovascular Surgery – share best practices and experiences

Chairmen: Prof. Borger and Prof. Falk

Canada best practices and experiences
Bob Kiaii

Netherlands best practices and experiences
Richard van Valen

United Kingdom best practices and experiences
Bhuvaneswari Krishnamoorthy

USA best practices and experiences
Brian Mullin PA-C

JOTEC GmbH/ CryoLife Inc.

Date:        Thursday 18 October
Time:        12:45-14:00
Room:      Amber 5
Contact:   Angela Kremer-Wohlfahrt

Current perspectives in the treatment of valvular and aortic diseases

Co-Chairpersons:
Prof. M. Shrestha, Hannover Hospital, Germany
Prof. H. Jakob, Essen Hospital, Germany

For the healthy 50-year old man with severe AS: SAVR with the On-X Mechanical Prosthesis should be the first (and last) procedure.
Dr. J. Puskas, Mount Sinai Health System, New York

Mechanical valves vs biological valves: Why should the pendulum swing back to mechanical valves.
Prof. B. Meuris, Leuven Hospital, Belgium

Update on the management of the aortic arch pathology.
Prof. M. Grabenwöger, Vienna Hospital, Austria

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

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Medtronic

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

Combining Knowledge and Experience to Advance LVAD Therapy

Chair: Meindert Palmen, MD; Hrvoje Gasparovic, MD

The Right Patient at the Right Time
Jan D. Schmitto, MD

Optimal Solution for Every Anatomy – Two Approaches, One Device
André Simon, MD

The Power of Data: If You Can See It You Can Treat It
Thomas Schlöglhofer, BSc

Contemporary LVAD Trials – Understanding the Data
Stephan Schueler, MD

Medtronic

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

Innovation and Procedural Techniques for Durable Outcomes in Aortic Stenosis

  • Professor Robert Klautz
  • Professor Otto Dapunt
  • Professor Francesco Maisano
  • Professor Ruediger Lange

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 in Hybrid Teams

Faculty: JS Gill MD, F Yang MD, F Sebag MD, K. Zannis MD, M. Zembala MD

 

Reserve your seat by emailing AFConnect@AtriCure.com

Edwards Lifesciences

Date:        Saturday 20 October
Time:       12:45-14:00
Room:      Brown 3
Contact:  Damien Mayor

Pathways to Breakthrough Innovation in Cardiac Surgery

Chairmen: Michael Borger (Leipzig), Chris Young (London)

Industry and innovation: what’s the trade off?
Donald E. Bobo, Edwards Lifesciences, USA

Surgeons’ instinct for innovation
Hendrik Treede, Universitätsklinikum Halle, Germany

Is CE-Mark enough for my practice?
Volkmar Falk, Deutsches Herzzentrum Berlin, Germany

Robots, artificial intelligence, and 3D printing: the future of cardiac surgery?
Peyman Sardari Nia, Maastricht University Medical Center, The Netherlands

New paradigm shift: patients’ voice
Chris Young, Guy’s & St Thomas’, London, UK

The great debate – Breakthough innovation: incentives, risks and benefits

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

Chairs: Prof David Taggart and Prof Richard Prager

Quality Issues For Bypass Grafts
R Prager, University of Michigan

Summary of the REQUEST study final results
D Taggart, University of Oxford

How to interpret TTFM: What do the numbers actually mean
D Wendt, University of Essen

Two cases where TTFM changed the operation
JD Puskas, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, NY

Two cases where TTFM changed the operation
T Kieser, University of Calgary

Two cases where ultrasound imaging changed the operation
G Di Giammarco, University of Chieti

Discussion

 

Medtronic

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

The Treatment Of Mitral Regurgitation In 2018 And Beyond

Chairs: David Adams, Hendrik Treede

Welcome and Intros
David Adams

Mitral Valve Regurgitation: The Unmet Need in Medicine Today
Thomas Modine

Intrepid Transcatheter Mitral Valve Replacement Global Pilot Study Outcomes: Lessons Learned
Vinyak Bapat

TMVR Case Review
Michael Reardon

Debate: TMVR is not or is not the future of MR

  • Pro: Vinnie Bapat
  • Con: Didier Tchetche
  • Rebuttal
  • Final Vote

Panel Discussion: Preparing for the Future in MR
Q& A

Learning Objectives
Attend this session if you want:

  • To understand unmet needs of patient care in MVR.
  • To learn about developments in TMVR procedures and lessons learned.
  • To be able to summarize perspectives on future treatments for MR.

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?

Chair: Joseph Bavaria (USA)
Panel Member: Roberto Di Bartolomeo (Italy)

Expanding treatment options across all zones of the aorta with the Relay® Thoracic Stent Graft: Introduction of the new low profile Relay®Pro and an update on the Relay®Branch experience
Martin Czerny

Thoraflex™ Hybrid: early results, 30-day data from the US IDE trial
Ourania Preventza

Long term outcomes for Gelweave™ Valsalva: 15-year follow-up
Ruggero de Paulis

Patient case studies: Thoraflex™ Hybrid device sizing
Malakh Shrestha

Exhibitors List 2018

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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