CX 2018 Presentations

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ABDOMINAL AORTIC CONTROVERSIES - Wednesday, 25th April
Venue:   Upper Main Auditorium
Time: 08:00 - 18:00
Screening and centralisation of services controversies
Chairing:   Janet Powell, London, United Kingdom
Moderator:   Frans Moll, Utrecht, Netherlands
Time: 08:00 - 08:07
Screening for abdominal aortic aneurysm is cost-effective and a policy on 2.5-2.9cm aortic diameters
Speaker:   Anders Wanhainen, Uppsala, Sweden
Time: 08:07 - 08:14
Evidence on patient volume, outcome and units of trading for EVAR and open repair
Speaker:   Dittmar Böckler, Heidelberg, Germany
Time: 08:14 - 08:21
How volume and endovascular anuerysm repair impact outcomes for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm treatment
Speaker:   Jacob Budtz-Lilly, Uppsala, Sweden
Time: 08:21 - 08:28
The impact of centralisation and EVAR on elective AAA repair
Speaker:   Kevin Mani, Uppsala, Sweden
Time: 08:28 - 08:35
Generation of high-performance teams in emergency aortic surgery-simulated leadership and team training is effective
Speaker:   Colin Bicknell, London, United Kingdom
Time: 08:35 - 08:42
Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm EVAR vs. open repair
Speaker:   Hidemitsu Ogino, Kamakura, Japan
Time: 08:42 - 08:52
Audience participation and discussion
 
Outcome controversies
Time: 08:52 - 09:52
CX Debate: Mycotic aneurysm-in a fit patient, the first choice is open surgery

For the motion
Time: 08:52 - 08:57
Maarit Venermo, Helsinki, Finland
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Against the motion
Time: 08:57 - 09:52
Martin Malina, London, United Kingdom
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Time: 09:02 - 09:12
Audience participation, discussion and polling
 
EVAR in women controversies
Chairing:   Alison Halliday, President, ESVS, Oxford,, United Kingdom
Moderator:   Janet Powell, London, United Kingdom
Panel:   Frank Veith, New York, United States
Time: 09:12 - 09:19
Podium 1st: Risk of abdominal aortic aneurysm among male and female relatives of abdominal aortic aneurysm patients
Speaker:   Hence Verhagen, Rottendam, Netherlands
Time: 09:19 - 09:26
EVAR in women vs. men-early results of LUCY study
Speaker:   Jennifer Ash, Champaign, United States
Time: 09:26 - 09:33
EVAR does not have worse outcomes in women
Speaker:   Chiara Mascoli, Bologna, Italy
Time: 09:33 - 09:40
ENGAGE-five years: Men /women
Speaker:   Giovanni Pratesi, Rome, Italy
Time: 09:40 - 10:00
Audience participation and discussion
 
Coffee and visit to hands-on workshops
Time: 10:00 - 10:30
10:00-10:28 Sponsored Satellite
A new era in aortic treatment
Chairing:   Hence Verhagen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Time: 10:00 - 10:03
A new era in aortic treatment
Speaker:   Hence Verhagen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Time: 10:03 - 10:13
Control and conformability to treat the widest range of AAA-expanding EVAR up to 90 or down to 10mm
Speaker:   Robert Rhee, New York, United States
Time: 10:13 - 10:23
Early clinical experience with the new GORE TAG Conformable Thoracic Stent Graft with ACTIVE CONTROL System
Speaker:   Giovanni Torsello, Münster, Germany
Time: 10:23 - 10:28
Discussion
 
Internal iliac artery preservation controversies
Chairing:   Dittmar Böckler, Heidelberg, Germany
Moderator:   Andrew Holden, Auckland, New Zealand
Time: 10:30 - 10:37
Preservation of internal iliac artery blood flow in aneurysmal disease
Speaker:   Jan Heyligers, Tilburg, Netherlands
Time: 10:37 - 10:44
Results of the pELVIS registry
Speaker:   Giovanni Torsello, Münster, Germany
Time: 10:44 - 10:51
Parallel graft use for internal iliac artery preservation
Speaker:   Vincent Riambau, Barcelona, Spain
Time: 10:51 - 11:01
Audience participation and discussion
 
Results and follow-up of EVAR
Time: 11:01 - 11:08
Device labelling is not always in the patient interest
Speaker:   Tara Mastracci, London, United Kingdom
Time: 11:08 - 11:15
Risk factors for iliac limb occlusion-one-year data with latest generation EVAR device
Speaker:   Mauro Gargiulo, Bologna, Italy
Time: 11:15 - 11:25
Audience participation and discussion
Mini-symposium on ALTERNATIVE ACCESS to control endoleak controversies
Time: 11:25 - 11:32
By a transarterial approach
Speaker:   Robert Morgan, London, United Kingdom
Time: 11:32 - 11:39
Type II endoleak by a transartrerial approach
Speaker:   Richard McWilliams, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Time: 11:39 - 11:46
By a translumbar approach
Speaker:   Stéphan Haulon, Le Plessis Robinson, France
Time: 11:46 - 11:53
By a transcaval approach
Speaker:   Tilo Kölbel, Hamburg, Germany
Time: 11:53 - 12:00
By a para endograft approach
Speaker:   Peter Schneider, Honolulu, United States
Time: 12:00 - 12:07
By a laparoscopic approach
Speaker:   Alan Lumsden, Houston, United States
Time: 12:07 - 12:30
Audience participation and discussion
 
Lunch and visit to hands-on workshops
Time: 12:30 - 13:30
12:30-13:00 Lunchtime Symposium
Strategies, devices and techniques to optimise outcomes for endovascular treatment of complex abdominal aortic necks
Chairing:   Fabio Verzini, Turin, Italy
Moderator:   Dittmar Böckler, Heidelberg, Germany
Time: 12:32 - 12:34
Introduction
Speakers:   Fabio Verzini, Turin, Italy
Dittmar Böckler, Heidelberg, Germany
Time: 12:34 - 12:41
When can standard EVAR be safely and durably performed in patients with challenging aortic neck?
Speaker:   Hence Verhagen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Time: 12:41 - 12:48
Endoanchors in practice-clinical application and techniques for success in a very short proximal neck (<10mm)
Speaker:   Frank Arko, Charlotte, United States
Time: 12:48 - 12:55
Optimising the outcomes of chEVAR through parallel grafts
Speaker:   Giovanni Torsello, Münster, Germany
Time: 12:55 - 13:00
Conclusions, questions & answers
Speakers:   Fabio Verzini, Turin, Italy
Dittmar Böckler, Heidelberg, Germany
 
Results and follow-up of EVAR (continued)
Chairing:   Robert Morgan, President CIRSE, London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom
Moderator:   Giovanni Torsello, Münster, Germany
Time: 13:30 - 13:38
Impact of type IIIa and IIIb endoleaks in durability
Speaker:   Stéphan Haulon, Paris, France
Time: 13:38 - 13:46
Multi-year timeframe in the evaluation of durability of EVAR
Speaker:   Tara Mastracci, London, United Kingdom
Time: 13:46 - 13:54
Reintervention after EVAR- "On" and "Off" instructions for use
Speaker:   Ian Loftus, London, United Kingdom
Time: 13:54 - 14:04
Audience participation and discussion
Time: 14:04 - 14:12
EVAR 1, DREAM and OVER after 15 years
Speaker:   Jan Blankensteijn, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Time: 14:12 - 14:20
Five-year EVAR follow-up using repositioning and low type Ia endoleak rates
Speaker:   Eric Verhoeven, Nuremberg, Germany
Ten-year EVAR follow-up vs. open repair with second-generation devices
Speaker:   Giovanni Pratesi, Rome, Italy
Time: 14:28 - 14:38
Audience participation and discussion
 
Late-breaking aortic trials
Chairing:   Janet Powell, London, United Kingdom
Time: 14:38 - 14:48
Aneurysm rupture risk stratification with use of real time 3D speckle tracking ultrasound and finite element analysis
Speaker:   Thomas Schmitz-Rixen, President, DGG, Frankfurt,, Germany
Time: 14:48 - 14:58
Audience participation and discussion
Time: 14:58 - 15:08
EVAS is associated with a reduction in all-cause mortality
Speaker:   Marc Schermerhorn, Boston, United States
Time: 15:08 - 15:23
Audience participation and discussion
 
Tea and visit to hands-on workshops
Time: 15:33 - 15:58
Results and follow-up of EVAR (continued)
Chairing:   Roger Greenhalgh, London, United Kingdom
Sequential secondary annual sac growth after EVAR and its potential significance
Time: 16:00 - 16:05
Speaker:   Fiona Rohlffs, London, United Kingdom
Time: 16:05 - 16:10
Speakers:   Maarit Venermo, Helsinki, Finland
Pinar Ulug, London, United Kingdom
Time: 16:10 - 16:20
Speaker:   Michael Sweeting, Leicester, United Kingdom
Time: 16:20 - 16:25
Speaker:   Lois Kim, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Time: 16:25 - 16:30
Speaker:   David Epstein, Granada, Spain
Time: 16:30 - 16:35
Summary
Speaker:   Roger Greenhalgh, London, United Kingdom
Time: 16:35 - 16:39
Discussion
Discussant:   Stéphan Haulon, Le Plessis Robinson, France
Frank Veith, New York, United States
Time: 16:39 - 17:00
Audience participation and discussion
 
Results and follow-up of EVAR (continued)
Chairing:   Robert Morgan, President CIRSE, London,, United Kingdom
Moderator:   Frans Moll, Utrecht, Netherlands
Time: 17:00 - 17:06
Options for less vigorous follow-up after EVAR
Speaker:   Kevin Mani, Uppsala, Sweden
Time: 17:06 - 17:12
Tomographic ultrasound measures associated with abdominal aortic aneurysm growth
Speaker:   Charles McCollum, Manchester, United Kingdom
Time: 17:12 - 17:18
A meta-analysis of the safety implications of non-compliance to endovascular aneurysm repair surveillance and the use of the Laxity Index
Speaker:   Matthew Joe Grima, Zurrieq, Malta
Time: 17:18 - 17:27
Audience participation and discussion
Time: 17:27 - 17:33
Follow-up after endovascular aneurysm repair can be stratified based on first postoperative imaging
Speaker:   Baderkhan Hassan, Uppsala, Sweden
Time: 17:33 - 17:39
EVAR for octogenarians
Speaker:   Patrice Mwipatayi, Perth, Australia
Time: 17:39 - 17:45
Application of endoanchors in EVAR for short <10mm neck
Speaker:   Frank Arko, Charlotte, United States
Time: 17:45 - 18:00
Audience participation and discussion