Mitral Valve Surgery

The course will run from 7-9 November 2016 MONDAY 7 NOVEMBER Session 1 (09:45 - 12:30) Moderators: R Klautz, Leiden &  JL Pomar, Barcelona Introduction and agenda R Klautz, Leiden Surgical anatomy of the mitral and tricuspid valve M Palmen, Leiden Aetiology and epidemiology of mitral valve disease M Sitges, Barcelona Echocardiographic analysis of the … Continue reading "Mitral Valve Surgery"

The course will run from 7-9 November 2016

MONDAY 7 NOVEMBER
Session 1 (09:45 – 12:30)
Moderators: R Klautz, Leiden &  JL Pomar, Barcelona

Introduction and agenda R Klautz, Leiden
Surgical anatomy of the mitral and tricuspid valve M Palmen, Leiden
Aetiology and epidemiology of mitral valve disease M Sitges, Barcelona
Echocardiographic analysis of the mitral and tricuspid valve V Delgado, Leiden
Indication for organic mitral and tricuspid valve surgery M Sitges, Barcelona
Access to the mitral valve:
– Sternotomy approach R Klautz, Leiden
– Minimally invasive cardiac surgery approach D Pereda, Barcelona
Surgical valve analysis S Livesey, Southampton
Lunch  
Live Cases:
1. Posterior leaflet prolapse: Sternotomy approach  
2. Posterior leaflet prolapse: Minimally invasive cardiac surgery approach  
Session 2 (13:30 – 17:30)
Moderators: S Livesey, Southampton; H Vanermen, Brussels
Annuloplasty: Rings and bands S Livesey, Southampton
Posterior leaflet repair: May not be so easy in all patients! M Palmen, Leiden
Posterior leaflet repair: May not be so difficult in all patients! JL Pomar, Barcelona
Systolic anterior motion (SAM): Aetiology, preventive measures and treatment S Livesey, Southampton
Commisural prolapse M De Bonis, Milan
Outcomes of mitral valve repair for degenerative disease D Pereda, Barcelona
Wrap up and take home message
TUESDAY 8 NOVEMBER
Live Cases:
1. Barlows disease: Sternotomy approach  
2. Barlows disease: Minimally invasive cardiac surgery approach
 
Session 3 (08:30 – 12:30)
Moderators: M Palmen, Leiden; D Pereda, Barcelona
Barlows disese: technical aspects M Palmen, Leiden
Residual and recurrent mitral regurgitation A Berrebi, Paris
When and how to go back on an imperfect echo result To be announced
Concommitant atrial fibrillation surgery in mitral valve disease T van Brakel, Leiden
Lunch
Live Cases:
3. Commisural Prolapse
4. Functional mitral regurgitation/tricuspid regurgitation modified MAZE
Session 4 (13:30 – 17:30)
Moderators: J Braun & V Delgado, Leiden; JL Pomar, Barcelona
Functional mitral incompentence: Diagnosis A Berrebi, Paris
Surgical treatment for functional mitral regurgitation J Braun, Leiden
Interventional solutions for mitral regurgitation R Yadav, London
Interventional and surgical Edge-to-Edge M De Bonis, Milan
Tricuspid incompetence: Diagnosis and imaging V Delgado, Leiden
Tricuspid incompetence: Surgical approach J Braun, Leiden
Guest Lecture To be announced
WEDNESDAY 9 NOVEMBER
Session 5 (08:30 – 12:30)
Workshop 1: Wetlab
Workshop 2: Transesophageal echo simulator
Workshop 3: Minimally invasive cardiac surgery simulator
Workshop 4: Case based discussion
Break
Workshop 1: Wetlab  
Workshop 2: Transesophageal echo simulator
Workshop 3: Minimally invasive cardiac surgery simulator
Workshop 4: Case based discussion
12:45 Take home message
13:00 Lunch & Close

COURSE INFORMATION

Date/Duration
7-9 November 2016 (2.5 day course)

Location
Leiden University Medical Center, Albinusdreef 2, 2333 ZA Leiden, Netherlands.

Course Director
R Klautz, Leiden

Course Fees
Members: €550 inclusive of VAT
Non-Members: €650 inclusive of VAT

Course fee includes lunches, refreshments and dinner on Tuesday 8 November 2016.

Individual and online group/third party registration (coming soon) is available for this event – group/third party registraiton instructions are available here

Course Overview
Provide in-depth training on mitral valve reconstruction. Presentations will address indications, decision making process, image tools and techniques and outcomes in a large variety of mitral pathologies.

Observe and comment upon live cases presented by our keynote faculty and participate in three skills workshops on Wednesday morning.

Workshop 1: Wetlab
Workshop 2: TEE simulator
Workshop 3: MICS simulator

Course Format
Invited presentations, live case transmissions from the Leiden University Medical Center and three workshops.

Target Audience
Cardiac surgeons and residents, interested in advancing their mitral reconstruction techniques.

Learning Objectives
The 2.5 days will address knowledge and technical skills. Surgeons should feel comfortable to use learning’s in own environment upon completion of course/programme

Faculty

  • Robert Klautz
  • Jose L Pomar
  • Alain Berrebi
  • Jerry Braun
  • Victoria Delgado
  • Paul Diprose
  • Meindert Palmen
  • Daniel Pereda
  • Peyman Sardari Nia
  • Marta Sitges
  • Thomas van Brakel
  • Hugo Vanermen
  • Rashmi Yadav