PROGRAM

ANCONA LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE
Minimally Invasive and Trans-Catheter Cardiac Surgery
Episode II

Presented by CTSNET – June 7-8, 2021
PROGRAM

ANCONA LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE
Minimally Invasive and Trans-Catheter Cardiac Surgery
Episode II

Presented by CTSNET – June 7-8, 2021
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

JUNE 7th, 2021

Coronary Artery Disease

Chairmen: W. Oosterlinck, Leuven – Belgium, G. Torregrossa, Chicago – USA

  • 3.00 pm The coronary surgeon in 2030 – M. Gaudino, New York – USA
  • 3.15 pm Why and how to build a hybrid program for CAD – W. Oosterlinck, Leuven – Belgium

Step by step techniques for: Conduit harvesting

  • 3.25 pm Direct view LIMA-RIMA harvesting – S. Nambala, Bangalore – India
  • 3.32 pm Robotic LIMA-RIMA harvesting – G. Torregrossa, Chicago – USA
  • 3.39 pm Endoscopic SVG harvesting – M. Cefarelli, Ancona – Italy

Coronary bypass grafting

  • 3.46 pm Direct vision multivessel CABG – P. Davierwala, Leipzig – Germany
  • 3.53 pm Robotic multivessel CABG – H. Balkhy, Chicago – USA
  • 4.00 pm Selected video abstract: Ten lessons from 500 TCRAT-CABG – O. Babliak, Kyiv – Ukraine
  • 4.05 pm DISCUSSION

Aortic Aneurysm

Chairmen: J. Bavaria, Philadelphia – USA, E. Roselli, Cleveland – USA

  • 4.30 pm Root and ascending aorta repair in 2030 – E. Roselli, Cleveland – USA
  • 4.45 pm Aortic arch repair in 2030 – J. Bavaria, Philadelphia – USA
  • 5.00 pm TAAA repair in 2030 – R. Chiesa, Milan – Italy

Step-by-step technique for:

  • 5.10 pm Minimally invasive root/arch surgery – T. Yan, Sidney – Australia
  • 5.20 pm Evolving approaches for FET surgery: normothermic and without circulatory arrest! – M. Di Eusanio, Ancona – Italy, E. Gatta, Ancona – Italy
  • 5.30 pm Selected video abstract: Combined Transapical ViV TAVR and Ascending Aorta TEVAR in a Redo Case – A. Agostinelli, Parma – Italy
  • 5.35 pm DISCUSSION
  • 6.00 pm End of day
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

JUNE 8th, 2021

Mitral Valve

Chairmen: T.C. Nguyen, San Francisco – USA, J. Kempfert, Berlin – Germany

Step by step techniques for: Preparing for mini-mitral valve repair

  • 3.00 pm Cut-down vs. percutaneous cannulation – K. Van Praet, Berlin – Germany
  • 3.07 pm Trans-thoracic vs. balloon aortic clamping – M. Rinaldi, Turin – Italy

Approaching the mitral valve

  • 3.14 pm Robotic – J. Bonatti, Pittsburgh – USA
  • 3.21 pm Endoscopic – N. Bonaros, Innsbruck – Austria
  • 3.28 pm Direct view, trans-axillary – M. Di Eusanio, Ancona – Italy

Mitral Valve repair and AF ablation

  • 3.35 pm Chords vs resection for mini-mitral repair – T. Doenst, Jena – Germany
  • 3.42 pm Valve repair, AF ablation and LAA clip – B. Van Putte, Nieuwegein – Netherlands
  • 3.49 pm Transapical chordal repair – G. Gerosa, Padua – Italy

MICS can be more than a ‘small cut’

  • 3.56 pm The value of ultra fast-track anesthesia – C. Münch, Ancona – Italy
  • 4.03 pm Selected video abstract: New tools in Minimally Invasive Mitral Valve Surgery – How to make it easier and safer – C. Savini, Bologna – Italy
  • 4.08 pm DISCUSSION

The Great Debate

  • 4.38 pm Minimally invasive mitral valve repair is here to stay – J. Kempfert, Berlin – Germany
  • 4.50 pm Transcatheter mitrals are not only the present but the future – T.C. Nguyen, San Francisco – USA

Trans-catheter mitral valve interventions

  • 5.02 pm Trans-catheter mitral valve interventions: why and how should the surgeon play a major role – K. Grubb, Atlanta – USA

Step by step techniques for:

  • 5.14 pm Catheter based edge to edge repair – M. Taramasso, Zurich – Switzerland
  • 5.21 pm Transcatheter redo mitral valve interventions – G. Tang, New York – USA
  • 5.28 pm TMVI – M. Andreas, Vienna – Austria
  • 5.35 pm DISCUSSION
  • 6.00 pm Closing remarks
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