CX 2021 Programme

Vascular Access Controversies - Tuesday, 20th April
Venue:   Livestream 2
Time: 14:00 - 19:30
New advances in vascular access creation controversies
Moderators:   Nicholas Inston, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Domenico Valenti, London, United Kingdom
Data update and new trials with an endoAVF system: WAVE GLOBAL and CONNECT AV
Speaker:   Panagiotis Kitrou, Patras, Greece
Edited case: EndoAVF system for endovascular AV fistula creation
Speaker:   Ounali Jaffer, Walton on Thames, United Kingdom
Percutaneous AV fistula data update
Speaker:   Jeffrey Hull, Midlothian, United States
Edited case: Percutaneous AV fistula for haemodialysis access
Speaker:   Robert Shahverdyan, Hamburg, Germany
Redefining access in the endovascular era
Speaker:   Karl Illig, Tampa, United States
Multicentre European experience with an anastomotic external support device for arteriovenous fistulae
Speaker:   Gaspar Mestres, Barcelona, Spain
 
Networking break
Maintaining access controversies
Moderators:   Nicholas Inston, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Domenico Valenti, London, United Kingdom
Podium 1st: IN.PACT AV Access trial - efficacy and safety at 18 and 24 months
Speaker:   Andrew Holden, Auckland, New Zealand
Economic outcomes with drug-coated balloons in AV access
Speaker:   Sanjay Misra, Pueblo, United States
Covered stent data update: AVeNEW and AVeVA
Speaker:   Robert Jones, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Sirolimus-coated devices in vascular access
Speaker:   Tan Chieh Suai, Singapore, Singapore
Prospective first-in-man study with an endovascular stent graft for treatment of access circuit outflow stenosis
Speaker:   James Gilbert, Oxford, United Kingdom
Optimal surveillance is critical to long-term arteriovenous graft function
Speaker:   David Kingsmore, Glasgow, United Kingdom
 
Networking break
Masterclass: High flow in access controversies
Moderators:   Nicholas Inston, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Domenico Valenti, London, United Kingdom
The high flow fistula
Speaker:   Theodore Saad, Newark, United States
Aneurysms and high flow
Speaker:   Robert Shahverdyan, Hamburg, Germany
Steal Syndrome and high flow
Speaker:   Gaspar Mestres, Barcelona, Spain
Access and the heart
Speaker:   Joris Rotmans, Leiden, Netherlands
CX Debate: We should reduce flow in high flow fistulas (>1500ml)

For the motion
Paul Gibbs, Portsmouth, United Kingdom

Against the motion
Surendra Shenoy, St. Louis, United States

 
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Access and maintenance controversies
Moderators:   Nicholas Inston, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Domenico Valenti, London, United Kingdom
Optimising AV access care: Patient selection tool to identify high-risk failure to mature patients
Speaker:   Peter Thomson, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Ultrasound-guided PTA of AV fistula - improving patient care and increasing capacity in the angiosuite
Speaker:   Henrik Sillesen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Avoiding CVCs and strategies in the COVID era and beyond
Speaker:   Matteo Tozzi, Varese, Italy
Update on bioengineered grafts for vascular access
Speaker:   Jeffrey Lawson, Durham, United States
Restoring arteriovenous access: Pilot study using a scoring balloon in 50 patients
Speaker:   John Ross, Orangeburg, United States
Benefits of a new-generation dialysis machine
Speaker:   Michael Aragon, San Jose, United States