The Cardiopulmonary Transplantation Course will run from 11– 12 December 2023 in Newcastle.
MONDAY 11 DECEMBER
|HEART TRANSPLANTATION AND MECHANICAL ASSIST|
|08:15||Welcome and introduction||S Clark, Newcastle|
|08:25||Recipient selection and outcomes of cardiac transplantation||A McDiarmid, Newcastle|
|08:40||Donor organ evaluation and retrieval||T Butt, Newcastle|
|09:10||Machine Perfusion for heart preservation||C Amarelli, Naples|
|09:50||Technical aspects of cardiac transplantation||E Khoshbin, London|
|10:30||Cadaver lab- Cardiac Transplantation|
|13:15||Durable ventricular assist devices – An overview||C Amarelli, Naples|
|13:35||Technical aspects of LVAD implantation||A Shah, Newcastle|
|14:00||Cadaver lab- LVAD and RVAD implantation and Demonstration of devices|
|15:30||Cadaver lab- LVAD and RVAD implantation and Demonstration of devices|
|16:45||Short term mechanical assist – Indications and devices (Demonstration of devices)||G Färber, Jena|
|17:45||Summary and closing comments||S Clark, Newcastle|
TUESDAY 12 DECEMBER
|LUNG TRANSPLANTATION, ECMO AND EX VIVO PERFUSION|
|08:30||ECMO (Demonstration of circuit)||C Gollmann-Tepeköylü, Innsbruck|
|09:30||Cadaver lab- ECMO and short-term mechanical assist cannulation and implantation|
|10:45||Recipient selection and outcomes for lung transplantation||J Lordan, Newcastle|
|11:10||Technical aspects of single and bilateral lung transplantation||D Van Raemdonck, Leuven|
|11:40||The multidisciplinary transplant assessment meeting||E Khoshbin, London; G Meachery, Newcastle; V Dronavalli, Newcastle|
|13:00||Cadaver lab- Lung transplantation|
|15:45||Ex vivo lung perfusion||I Mydin, Newcastle|
|16:00||EVLP Demonstration 1|
|16:45||Question and answer session|
|17:15||EVLP Demonstration 2|
|17:30||Closing comments and questions|
Programme and faculty subject to change.
This course is now sold out, please email [email protected] to join the waiting list.
11-12 December 2023 (2 day course)
S Clark, Newcastle
Interactive device and technology demonstrations
Hands-on cadaveric operative sessions
EACTS Member: €845.00
Fee includes lunch, refreshments and a dinner on Monday 11 December.
Kindly note due to the nature of this course, registration is limited to 15 delegates
This course provides cardiothoracic surgeons in training or anyone wishing to enhance their experience with didactic teaching, hands on cadaveric operative experience and practical demonstrations in the surgical techniques and skills needed in heart and lung transplantation, short term and durable mechanical assist devices and ex vivo organ perfusion.
Delegates will have the opportunity to undertake cardiac and lung transplantation in human cadavers under the guidance of a faculty of experienced surgeons. Candidates will also implant left ventricular assist devices, practice cannulation for ECMO and Impella and gain practical experience of ex vivo lung perfusion. Many technologies and devices are also demonstrated in small group teaching sessions.
This is an intensive two day course of lectures, debate and practical hands on surgical practice and opportunity.
Skills Level 2 – Residents in the final years of training and surgeons at the beginning of independent practice.
- Understanding of selection of patients for heart and lung transplantation, technical aspects of the surgery and clinical outcomes
- Donor organ selection criteria and retrieval including the use of machine perfusion systems
- Understanding the application of short term mechanical circulatory support and hands on practice of implantation of devices such as ECMO and Impella
- Understanding the role of durable mechanical assist devices and practice of implantation of devices in human cadavers
- Practicing the technique of heart and lung transplantation in human cadavers
- Practicing the technique of ex vivo lung perfusion
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