The Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery: Coronary Artery Disease Course will run online from 15-16 April 2021.
Kindly note all times shown are local UK times.
THURSDAY 15 APRIL
|08:45||Welcome and introduction||A Ranasinghe, Birmingham|
|09:00||Investigating a patient with chest pain||S George, Birmingham|
|09:15||How to interpret a coronary angiogram||S George, Birmingham|
|09:40||Measuring outcomes in cardiac surgery||S Nashef, Cambridge|
|10:40||What is a heart team?||J Mandrola, Louisville|
|10:50||How to interpret a clinical trial||J Mandrola, Louisville|
|11:20||Trials for coronary surgery||D Taggart, Oxford|
|13:00||Mechanical complications of myocardial infarction||G Faerber, Jena|
|13:30||MDT Session||M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva; S George, Birmingham; T Kieser, Calgary; J Mandrola, Louisville; A Ranasinghe, Birmingham; D Taggart, Oxford|
FRIDAY 16 APRIL
|09:00||Conduit selection for coronary artery surgery||S Fremes, Toronto|
|09:30||On or off-pump||M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva|
|09:50||Myocardial protection||N Drury, Birmingham|
|10:40||Secondary prevention following coronary artery surgery||M Sousa Uva, Lisbon|
|11:00||Surgery for heart failure||M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva|
|11:30||Technical aspects of coronary surgery||T Kieser, Calgary|
|13:00||TUTE: Evaluating the risk of surgery on prognostic grounds||S Nashef, Cambridge|
|13:30||Case studies (small group sessions)||M Cikirikcioglu, Geneva; G Faerber, Jena; S Fremes, Toronto; T Kieser, Calgary; S Nashef, Cambridge; D Taggart, Oxford|
Programme and faculty subject to change.
15-16 April 2021 (2 day course)
A Ranasinghe, Birmingham
Case studies (small group session)
Members: €60 inclusive of VAT
Non-Members: €100 inclusive of VAT
This is the first online version of the updated “Fundamentals in Cardiac Surgery” – series being held as a virtual meeting and focusing particularly on coronary artery disease.
The lectures of the course are covering clinical aspects from the diagnosis of coronary artery disease to advanced investigations and medical therapy necessary for the decision-making and treatment of the patients. An overview over the most important trials and current guidelines, mechanical support for complex cases to avoid pitfalls and different techniques including off-pump and minimal invasive approaches will be presented. In the accompanying breakout rooms the participants are invited to join the discussions of selected cases, get in touch with the lecturers and faculty members and exchange experience and discuss questions. The course is also covering the technical aspects of conduit preparation and a step-by-step instruction for proximal and distal anastomoses.
The updated “Fundamentals”-EACTS 2021 courses are in alignment with the current EBCTS syllabus
Cardiac and cardio-thoracic surgeons; Residents and fellows in cardiac surgical training programmes.
Please click here for the EACTS Academy terms and conditions.