Agenda Structural Heart Intervention and Imaging 2019

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Hands-on Transseptal Workshop

Non-CME Activity Sponsored By Baylis Medical and Boston Scientific Corporation


8 a.m.-4 p.m. 

Transseptal Workshop

Matthew J. Price MD, Jason H. Rogers, MD and Douglas C. Shook, MD


This hands-on workshop is intended for the practicing interventional cardiologist who is planning on performing procedures involving left atrial access, such as, but not limited to, transcatheter mitral valve repair, LAA closure, and mitral valvuloplasty. Upon completion of this activity, the physician should be able to utilize best practices in transseptal puncture to avoid complications. The agenda will include didactics, dissection, simulation, and an animal lab with hands-on catheter manipulation.


TO REGISTER YOU MUST VISIT: https://www.baylismedical.com/medical-education/transseptal-courses/hands-on-transseptal-course-ic/ THIS IS NOT PART OF THE SCRIPPS COURSE.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Imaging Symposium and Hands-on Workshop Emphasizing 3D Echocardiography

Non-CME Activity Supported by GE Healthcare and Philips Healthcare



7 a.m.                  

Imaging Symposium Registration


8 a.m.

GE Hands-on Workshop

                             

9:30 a.m.

Break


10 a.m.

Philips Hands-on Workshop


11:30 a.m.

Imaging Workshop Adjourns


These hands-on workshops are designed to enhance the skill set for echocardiographers, cardiac sonographers, invasive and interventional cardiologists involved in pre-operative and intra-operative imaging for structural intervention. Expert imaging faculty will guide the audience through the analysis of cardiac anatomy using three-dimensional echo datasets on individual work stations. Instruction will emphasize display of anatomy and measurements for pre-procedural analysis and intra-procedure guidance for TAVR, transseptal puncture, LAA and ASD closure, and mitral valve procedures. These sessions are limited to 40 participants.


11 a.m.               

Main Conference Registration


11:30 a.m.          

Lunch with the Experts/Challenging Cases in Structural Intervention

Philippe Genereux, MD

Matthew J. Price, MD

David G. Rizik, MD


1 p.m.                  

Break & View Exhibits


1:30 p.m.            

Live Case


TAVR: State of the Art

Paul S. Teirstein, MD


The Aortic Valve: Clinical-Pathological Correlations

Douglas C. Shook, MD


Evolving Directions for TAVR

Michael J. Reardon, MD


Cerebral Protection for TAVR: When and Why

David G. Rizik, MD


Patient-Prosthesis Mismatch and Its Implication for Transcatheter Intervention

Michael H. Picard, MD


Overcoming Patient-Prosthesis Mismatch with Valve-in-Valve TAVR: Why and How to Crack the Valve

Elliott M. Groves, MD


3:30 p.m.            

Break & View Exhibits


4 p.m.                  

Live Case


A Novel Grading System for Aortic Stenosis

Philippe Genereux, MD


The Interatrial Septum: Clinical-Pathological Correlations

Douglas C. Shook, MD


ICE Imaging for PFO and ASD Closure

Gagan D. Singh, MD, MS


PFO Closure Fundamentals: Devices, Size Selection and Staying Out Of Trouble

Matthew J. Price, MD


Transseptal Puncture: Synthesizing Imaging and Technique for Optimal Procedural Outcomes

Gagan D. Singh, MD, MS


6 p.m.                  

Adjourn


6:30 p.m.

Dinner Symposium (Non-CME Activity)

Paradigm Shifts in the Treatment of Heart Failure and Mitral Valve Disease


Heart Failure, Structural Heart Disease and Interventional Cardiology: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?

Matthew J. Price, MD


Best Practices for Continuous Monitoring of PA Pressure in Heart Failure Patients: When and Why?

J. Thomas Heywood, MD


The Role of the Heart Failure Physician in the Management of Mitral Regurgitation: What Is Optimal Therapy and When to Address the Valve?

Ajay V. Srivastava, MD


Echocardiography of the Mitral Valve in the Setting of Left Ventricular Dysfunction

Thomas W.R. Smith, MD


Periprocedural Hemodynamic Management of the Patient with LV Dysfunction Undergoing Transcatheter Mitral Valve Repair

Rajeev C. Mohan, MD


Interventional Heart Failure Case Studies

Moderator: Matthew J. Price, MD


8:30 p.m.                  

Symposium Adjourns

Thursday, February 7, 2019

6:30 a.m.                          

Registration, Continental Breakfast & View Exhibits


7:30 a.m.            

Live Case


The Mitral Valve: Clinical-Pathological Correlations

Douglas C. Shook, MD


Advanced TEE Assessment of the Mitral Valve for Transcatheter Mitral Valve Procedures

G. Burkhard Mackensen, MD, PhD


MitraClip for Functional MR: Where Are We and Where Are We Going?

Saibal Kar, MD


Transcatheter Mitral Annuloplasty: Patient and Device Selection

Jason H. Rogers, MD


Stress Echocardiography and Its Utility in Mitral and Aortic Valve Disease

William J. Stewart, MD


9:30 a.m.            

Break & View Exhibits


10 a.m.               

Live Case


Anatomical Considerations for the Left Atrial Appendage

Douglas C. Shook, MD


Left Atrial Appendage Closure: Current State of the Data

Saibal Kar, MD


CT Screening for Watchman and Amulet LAA Closure: Step-by-step

Jacqueline Saw, MD


TEE for LAAC: Watchman and Amulet Before, During and After The Procedure

Thomas W.R. Smith, MD


Preventing and Managing Complications of LAA Closure

Saibal Kar, MD


Noon                   

Lunch and Lectures


Establishing a Top Level Structural Echo Lab

Kristen Billick, BS, ACS, RDCS


Radiation in Structural Imaging: Controlling your Exposure

David Lerner, DO


1:30 p.m.            

Live Case from University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle

Under the direction of Dr. Mark D. Reisman


Left Ventricular Outflow Tract Obstruction after TMVR, Valve-in-Valve, Valve-in-Ring and Valve-in-MAC

Mark D. Reisman, MD 


Evaluation and Management of Asymptomatic Aortic Stenosis

Philippe Genereux, MD


Ischemic MR: Repair or Replacement?

Michael J. Reardon, MD


TMVR: Devices and Trials

Jason H. Rogers, MD


3:30 p.m.            

Break & View Exhibits


4 p.m.                  

Live Case


Valve in MAC: Screening, Approach and Clinical Outcomes

Mayra E. Guerrero, MD


Transcatheter Leaflet Repair, Annuloplasty, Chordal Intervention, and/or Replacement: Putting It All Together For the Particular Patient

Azeem Latib, MD


Interatrial ASD Devices for the Treatment of Heart Failure

Rajeev C. Mohan, MD


Interventional Therapy of Congenital Heart Disease: 2018 Guideline Update

Jamil A. Aboulhosn, MD


6 p.m.                  

Adjourn & Cocktail Reception


6:30 p.m.                           

Dinner Symposium (Non-CME Activity)

Patent Foramen Ovale and Cryptogenic Stroke: Outcomes Data and Patient Selection


Welcome & Introduction

Matthew J. Price, MD


Transcatheter PFO Closure with the Cardioform Septal Occluder: Mechanism, Technique, and Case Examples

Matthew J. Price, MD


Deep Dive into the Clinical Data and the REDUCE Randomized Trial of PFO Closure

Saibal Kar, MD


Patient Identification and Selection for PFO Closure: The Role of the Cryptogenic Stroke Clinic

Joseph R. Aragon, MD


8 p.m.                  

Symposium Adjourns

Friday, February 8, 2019

6:30 a.m.

Continental Breakfast & View Exhibits


7:30 a.m.            

Live Case


The Tricuspid Valve: Clinical-Pathological Correlations

Douglas C. Shook, MD


When and How To Treat Tricuspid Regurgitation: A Surgical Perspective

Gregory P. Fontana, MD


Advanced Echocardiographic Assessment of Tricuspid Regurgitation for Transcatheter Tricuspid Valve Procedures

G. Burkhard Mackensen, MD, PhD


Transcatheter TV Repair with MitraClip: Technical Procedure and Outcomes

Azeem Latib, MD


9:30 a.m.            

Break & View Exhibits


10 a.m.               

Live Case


Quantifying Tricuspid Regurgitation: Guidelines and Beyond

Rebecca T. Hahn, MD


Tricuspid Valve-in-Ring with Balloon-Expandable Valves: Case Examples

Elliott M. Groves, MD


Rheumatic Mitral Stenosis in 2019: Imaging Assessment to Guide Patient Selection and Intervention

Michael H. Picard, MD


When Echo Saved the Day

Mary Z. Bechis, MD


Noon                   

Final Adjournment


**Topics, times and speakers are subject to change