Congenital Skills Course: Transposition of the great arteries (TGA)

The Congenital Skills Course: Transposition of the great arteries (TGA) will run from 6-7 October 2019 SUNDAY 6 OCTOBER Session 1: Transposition of the great arteries (TGA) 09:00 Morphologic considerations L Houyel, Le Plessis-Robinson 09:20 Preoperative investigations to guide the surgical strategy I Van Aerschot, Le Plessis-Robinson 09:40 Simple TGA: Optimal timing for procedure M … Continue reading "Congenital Skills Course: Transposition of the great arteries (TGA)"

The Congenital Skills Course: Transposition of the great arteries (TGA) will run from 6-7 October 2019

SUNDAY 6 OCTOBER
Session 1: Transposition of the great arteries (TGA)
09:00 Morphologic considerations L Houyel, Le Plessis-Robinson
09:20 Preoperative investigations to guide the surgical strategy I Van Aerschot, Le Plessis-Robinson
09:40 Simple TGA: Optimal timing for procedure M Vergnat, Sankt Augustin
10:00 Coronary reimplantation techniques J Zoghbi, Paris
10:20 Break
10:40 Intramural inter-arterial coronary arteries C Salih, London
11:00 Management of perioperative ischemic events J Tweddel, Cincinnati
11:20 ‘Complex’ TGA: Technical options for ventricular septal defect (VSD) closure and aortic arch obstruction release F Lacour-Gayet, Paris
11:40 The case of “Taussig Bing Heart” P Del Nido, Boston
12:00 ‘Late referral’ simple TGA SJ Li, Beijing
12:20 Marie Lannelongue experience on 2500 ASO pts: What we have learned A Serraf, Le Plessis-Robinson
12:40 Lunch
13:40 Management techniques for late coronary artery stenosis/occlusion O Raisky, Paris
14:00 Surgical management of late neo aortic root dilatation and neo aortic valve failure J Dearani, Rochester
14:20 Failing Senning/Mustard: Is there a place for procedure? D Barron, Birmingham
14:40 TGA: Reflections on an ‘optimal’ neonatal pre & perioperative management model expecting ‘normal’ cognitive development E da Cruz, Colorado
15:00 Break
15:20 Live cases and live-in-a-box videos All faculty
17:00 Close
MONDAY 7 OCTOBER
Session 2: TGA-VSD-LVOTO
08:30 Morphologic considerations M Mostefa-Kara, Le Plessis-Robinson
08:50 Preop investigations: What the surgeon should know L Cohen, Massy
09:10 Anatomical factors determining surgical decision making P Del Nido, Boston
09:30 The arterial switch operation (ASO) option L Galletti, Bergamo
09:50 The Rastelli option M Hazekamp, Leiden
10:10 Break
10:30 The REV option E Belli, Le Plessis-Robinson
10:50 The Nikaidoh option E Bacha, New York
11:10 The double root translocation option SJ Li, Beijing
11:30 Live cases and live-in-a-box videos
12:30 Lunch
Session 3: ccTGA
13:30 Morphologic considerations M Mostefa-Kara, Le Plessis-Robinson
13:50 Preoperative investigations to guide the surgical strategy S Hascoet, Le Plessis-Robinson
14:10 Role of palliation-physiologic repair-Fontan T Karl, Saint Petersburg
14:30 ‘Simple’ ccTGA: Left ventricular retraining and double switch D Barron, Birmingham
14:50 Break
15:10 ccTGA/VSD/PS: Surgical management techniques E Bacha, New York
15:30 Indications for the procedure in failing ccTGA in adults J Dearani, Rochester
15:50 Live cases and live-in-a-box videos All faculty
17:00 Close

 

Faculty and programme subject to change

COURSE INFORMATION

Date/Duration
6-7 October 2019 (2 day course)

Location
Hospital Marie Lannelongue
Le Plessis-Robinson, France

Course Directors
E Belli, Le Plessis-Robinson; L Galletti, Bergamo

Course Overview
A level 3 skills course including live cases and live-in-a-box videos on the surgical management of all anatomical forms of transposition of great arteries.  The course will feature debates on indications, different techniques of repair, outcomes and subsequent reoperations presented by experts on the surgical management of congenital heart defects at any age.

Course Format
Interactive lectures, live cases and live-in-a-box videos

Course Fee
EACTS Member: 550 Euros
Non Member: 650 Euros

Fee includes lunches and refreshments

Target Audience
Congenital surgeons and advanced trainees