Live satellite Case transmissions from La Jolla, California, Bonn, Germany & Melbourne, Australia 2012 2 3 r d A n n u a l Cardiovascular Interventions October 10-13, 2012 FEATURING LIVE TAVR CASES Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines and Expanded La Jolla, California Satellite Symposia Scripps Conference Services & CME www.scripps.org/conferenceservices
Introduction Course Overview Cardiologists are trained during their fellowship years in the latest techniques, technologies, standards of practice and guidelines for patient care. However, the practice of medicine chang- es rapidly and the discipline of interventional cardiology changes, dramatically, each year. Changes in interventional cardiology directly impact patient care and require specific chang- es to physician practice. To stay current, physicians rely on journal articles, interaction with colleagues and isolated lectures throughout the year. The primary purpose of Cardiovascular Interventions is to provide the practicing physician with a concentrated exposure to new developments in interventional cardiology that will positively influence patient outcomes. Through a program of lectures from world experts, live demonstration procedures and participant-faculty interactions, attendees will learn the latest advances in interventional car- diology. After completing this program, participants will return to their practice environment armed with the latest evidence base and practical information to improve patient outcomes.Conference Highlights• Plenary talks from nationally recognized experts• Live satellite case transmissions from La Jolla, California and Bonn, Germany• Ample question and answer time with course faculty• Networking opportunities among colleagues• Expanded satellite symposiaTarget AudienceThis course is designed for interventional cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, cardiologists, vascularsurgeons, and internists with an interest in interventional cardiology. No experience ininterventional cardiology is required, but a basic understanding of the field is recommended.Educational ObjectivesAfter participating in this activity, the attendee should be able to:• Apply new technical approaches to specific lesion subsets such as bifurcation lesions, left main lesions, chronic total occlusions and saphenous vein graft disease.• Integrate the latest guidelines and practice improvements into the management of myocardial function after heart attack.• Discuss new techniques under development for percutaneous cardiac valve repair and replacement.• Reduce common catheterization laboratory patient complications using new techniques and technologies.• Critique the latest evidence and guidelines supporting new cardiac imaging modalities, such as IVUS guided stent deployment.• Prescribe the appropriate antithrombotic therapies based on the latest data and guidelines.• Analyze how and when to use the new technique of bedside monitoring of anti-platelet therapies.• Communicate to patients the risks and benefits of screening, early detection, and prevention in the management of coronary artery disease.Accreditation Commercial Support Cultural and Linguistic CompetencyPhysicians (MD, DO) This course is supported, in part, by This activity is in compliance with CaliforniaScripps Health is accredited by the Accreditation Council educational grants from industry, in Assembly Bill 1195 which requires that all CMEfor Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide accordance with ACCME accreditation activities comprising a patient care elementcontinuing medical education for physicians. Standards for Commercial Support. At include curriculum addressing the topic of the time of printing, a complete listing cultural and linguistic competency. The intentScripps Health designates this live activity for a maximum of commercial supporters was not avail- of this bill is to ensure that health care profes-of 27 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should able. Appropriate acknowledgement sionals are able to meet the cultural and lin-only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their will be given to all supporters at the guistic concerns of a diverse patient populationparticipation in the activity. time of the educational activity. through effective and appropriate professionalDocumentation of awarded credit is provided for reg- development. Cultural and linguistic compe-istered attendees in exchange for completed activity tency was incorporated into the planning ofevaluation. Certificates of attendance are available, upon this activity.request, at the end of the course.
FacultyCourse Director Eric J. Topol, MD Michael J. Martinelli, MDPaul S. Teirstein, MD Chief Academic Officer, Scripps Health Chief of CardiologyChief of Cardiology Director, Scripps Translational St. Peter’s HospitalDirector, Interventional Cardiology Science Institute Albany, New YorkScripps Clinic Senior Consultant, Scripps Clinic Division of Cardiovascular Diseases Ashish N. Pershad, MDLa Jolla, California Interventional Cardiologist Gary and Mary West Endowed Heart and Vascular Center ofScripps Course Co-Directors Chair of Innovative Medicine Arizona and Banner Professor of Translational GenomicsMatthew J. Price, MD Good Samaritan Medical Center The Scripps Research InstituteDirector Phoenix, Arizona La Jolla, CaliforniaCardiac Catheterization LaboratoryScripps Clinic Jeffrey J. Popma, MDLa Jolla, California Guest Faculty Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory Caritas St. Elizabeth’s Medical CenterRichard A. Schatz, MD Dmitri V. Baklanov, MD Director, Invasive Cardiovascular ServicesResearch Director Clinical Scholar and Consulting Cardiologist Caritas Christi Healthcare SystemsCardiovascular Interventions Saint-Lukes Hospital Harvard Medical SchoolScripps Clinic Mid America Heart Institute Boston, MassachusettsLa Jolla, California Kansas City, Missouri David G. Rizik, MDCurtiss T. Stinis, MD Michael D. Dake, MD Director of Heart and Vascular MedicineDirector, Peripheral Interventions Professor, Cardiothoracic Surgery Scottsdale Healthcare HospitalsScripps Clinic Medical Director, Catheterization and Medical Director andLa Jolla, California Angiography Laboratories Interventional Cardiologist Stanford University School of Medicine Scottsdale Heart Group Stanford, California Scottsdale, ArizonaCourse Co-DirectorsJames B. Hermiller, MD William F. Fearon, MD Jeffrey A. Southard, MDDirector, Interventional Cardiology Associate Professor Assistant Clinical ProfessorThe Care Group, LLC Division of Cardiovascular Medicine Interventional CardiologyIndianapolis, Indiana Stanford University School of Medicine University of California Davis Health System Stanford, California Sacramento, CaliforniaDavid E. Kandzari, MDDirector, Interventional Cardiology Frederick Feit, MD Craig A. Thompson, MD, MMScChief Scientific Officer Director, Cardiac Catheterization and Director, Cardiovascular CatheterizationPiedmont Heart Institute Interventional Cardiology and InterventionAtlanta, Georgia New York University/Tisch Hospital Yale New Haven Hospital Associate Professor of Medicine Director, Invasive CardiologyMark Reisman, MD New York University School of Medicine and Vascular MedicineChief Scientific Officer New York, New York Yale University School of MedicineDirector, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory New Haven, ConnecticutSwedish Medical Center Dean J. Kereiakes, MDSeattle, Washington Medical Director, The Christ Hospital Heart Craig M. Walker, MD and Vascular Center Founder, President and Medical DirectorBarry D. Rutherford, MD Medical Director, Carl and Edyth Lindner Cardiovascular Institute of the SouthProfessor of Medicine, University of Center for Research and Education Clinical Professor of MedicineMissouri-Kansas School of Medicine The Christ Hospital Tulane University School of MedicineDirector Interventional Research Cincinnati, Ohio New Orleans, LouisianaSaint-Luke’s HospitalMid America Heart Institute Morton J. Kern, MD Christopher J. White, MD Chief of Cardiology Professor of Medicine andKansas City, Missouri Long Beach VA Heath Care System System Chair for Cardiovascular Diseases Professor of Medicine, School of Medicine The Ochsner Clinical SchoolScripps Faculty Associate Chief of Cardiology University of QueenslandJ. Thomas Heywood, MD University of California, Irvine Medical DirectorDirector, Heart Failure Recovery and Research Long Beach, California John Ochsner Heart & Vascular InstituteProgram Ochsner Medical CenterScripps Clinic William L. Lombardi, MD New Orleans, LouisianaLa Jolla, California Medical Director Cardiac Catheterization Labs David H. W. Wohns, MDDavid S. Rubenson, MD St. Joseph Medical Center Director, Cardiac Catheterization Labs andDirector, Cardiac Non-Invasive Laboratory Bellingham, Washington Interventional CardiologyScripps Clinic Spectrum HealthLa Jolla, California Reginald I. Low, MD Frederik Meijer Heart and Vascular Institute Professor, Chief of Cardiovascular MedicineRobert J. Russo, MD, PhD Grand Rapids, Michigan Director of the Heart CenterDirector, Cardiac MRI Program University of California Davis Health SystemDirector, Intravascular Imaging Program Sacramento, CaliforniaScripps ClinicLa Jolla, CaliforniaFaculty DisclosureIn accordance with the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support, course directors, planning committees, faculty and all others in control of the educational contentof the CME activity must disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest that they or their spouse/partner may have had within the past 12months. If an individual refuses to disclose relevant financial relationships, they will be disqualified from being a part of the planning and implementation of thisCME activity. Employees of a commercial interest with business lines or products relating to the content of the CME activity will not participate in the planning or anyaccredited portion of the conference. Disclosure will be made to all participants at the conference location, prior to the educational activity commencement.Disclosure will be made to all participants at the conference location, prior to the educational activity commencement.
Conference AgendaTuesday, October 9, 2012 4 p.m. Live Cases 3 & 4 From Scripps Clinic OCT: Understanding What You See and How to Use It in a Clinically Practical WayTuesday Dinner Symposium Matthew J. Price, MDFFR and OCT Symposium From Access to Closure: An Overview of FemoralNon-CME Activity Supported By St. Jude Medical Access and Closure Devices 7 p.m. Optical Coherence Tomography: A Primer Curtiss T. Stinis, MD Matthew J. Price, MD Measuring Appropriate Use of Stenting in Your Cath Lab 7:30 p.m. Optimizing PCI Using OCT and FFR Paul S. Teirstein, MD Jeffrey A. Southard, MD 6 p.m. Adjourn 8 p.m. FFR in the Real World: Tips, Tricks, and Common Pitfalls William F. Fearon, MD Wednesday Dinner Symposium Complex Coronary Procedures: A Radial ApproachWednesday, October 10, 2012 Non-CME Activity Supported By TerumoImpella Breakfast Symposium: The Science 7 p.m. The Growing Case for Radial Intervention:and Benefit of Hemodynamic Support Improving Outcomes and Lowering Cost David E. Kandzari, MDNon-CME Activity Supported By Abiomed 7:15 p.m. Why Radial Usage Must Be Part of YourAbiomed is offering a two hour symposium on Impella which will include Cath Lab Programan overview of the science of hemodynamic support, the new ACC/AHA/ David H. W. Wohns, MDSCAI Guidelines for hemodynamic support, emerging data, cost effectiveness,future clinical and technology directions, and Impella case reviews. 7:40 p.m. Management of the STEMI Patient: Radial Offers Significant Advantages 8 a.m. Registration Michael J. Martinelli, MD 8:30 a.m. The Science of Hemodynamic Support 8:05 p.m. Radial Access Is Clinically and Morton J. Kern, MD Economically Advantageous 8:50 a.m. New ACC/AHA/SCAI Guidelines for Hemodynamic Dmitri V. Baklanov, MD Support and Emerging Data for Clinical Use Ashish N. Pershad, MD 8:30 p.m. Panel Discussion Moderator: David E. Kandzari, MD 9:10 a.m. Understanding the Increased Role of Cost-Effectiveness in the Treatment of Complex and Emergent Patients 9:20 a.m. Paul S. Teirstein, MD Tips, Tricks and Future Clinical and Technology Directions Thursday, October 11, 2012 Paul S. Teirstein, MD 6:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast and View Exhibits 9:30 a.m. Impella Case Reviews 7:30 a.m. Live Cases 5 & 6 From Scripps Clinic Matthew J. Price, MD Curtiss T. Stinis, MD The Creative Destruction of Medicine 10:30 a.m. Adjourn Eric J. Topol, MD Show Me the Data: Key Clinical Trials in 2010-2011 David E. Kandzari, MDLunch Symposium 9:30 a.m. Break and View ExhibitsOptimizing PCI 10 a.m. Live Cases 7 & 8 From Scripps ClinicNon-CME Activity Supported By Volcano Corporation (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement) 10:30 a.m. Registration Anti-platelet Therapy Selection: Matching the 11 a.m. Advanced Imaging for the ACS Patient Platelet Inhibitor to the Patient David E. Kandzari, MD Matthew J. Price, MD 11:30 a.m. Intravascular Guidance during Bifurcation Stenting Anti-platelet Therapy Duration Following Modern David G. Rizik, MD DES: Is One Year Really Necessary? Is More Than One Year Better? The DAPT Registry Noon Addressing Uncertainty during PCI: Appropriate Dean J. Kereiakes, MD Lesion Selection with FFR Morton J. Kern, MD Indications for CTO Revascularization 12:30 p.m. Discussion David E. Kandzari, MD Noon Lunch with Challenging Cases and Panel Discussion 1:30 p.m. Live Cases 9 & 10 From Scripps Clinic 1 p.m. General Conference Registration Open Practical Approach to Chronic Total Occlusions 1:30 p.m. Live Cases 1 & 2 From Scripps Clinic Part 1: Step By Step Techniques – Establishing a The Value of IVUS in an FFR World: Base of Operations and the Antegrade Approach What Do I Need to Know? Craig A. Thompson, MD Robert J. Russo, MD, PhD Practical Approach to Chronic Total Occlusions FFR Ascendancy: Part 2: Step By Step Techniques – The What FAME II Means to My Practice Retrograde Approach William F. Fearon, MD William L. Lombardi, MD Tips and Tricks for Surviving in the Cath Lab 3:30 p.m. Break and View Exhibits Curtiss T. Stinis, MD 3:30 p.m. Break and View Exhibits
4 p.m. Live Cases 11, 12 & 13 From Scripps Clinic 4 p.m. Live Cases 20 & 21 From Monash Medical (Guest operators: Dr. Lombardi, Dr. Kandzari, Centre, Melbourne, Australia Dr. Thompson) (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement under the Innovation 2012: Novel Technologies and direction of Dr. Ian Meredith) Clinical Trials Currently Under Investigation PFO Closure for Stroke: What’s The Right Call? Stem Cells for Ischemic Heart Disease Mark Reisman, MD Richard A. Schatz, MD Now What Should We Do? An Interactive Panel Left Atrial Appendage Closure for Atrial Fibrillation Analysis of Complex Cases Session chair: Curtiss T. Stinis, MD Matthew J. Price, MD Discussants: Frederick Feit, MD, David E. Kandzari, MD, Transcatheter Mitral Valve Repair William L. Lombardi, MD, Matthew J. Price, MD, Matthew J. Price, MD David G. Rizik, MD, Barry D. Rutherford, MD, Device Based Heart Failure Management Paul S. Teirstein, MD, Christopher J. White, MD J. Thomas Heywood, MD 6 p.m. Adjourn Carotid Stenting in Standard Risk Patients Curtiss T. Stinis, MD Friday Dinner Symposium Drug Eluting Balloon for Peripheral Vascular Disease Curtiss T. Stinis, MD Peripheral Vascular Disease Symposium Transcatheter Renal Artery Ablation for Hypertension Non-CME Activity Supported By Cook Medical Paul S. Teirstein, MD 7 p.m. Drug Eluting Technologies for the Treatment of PAD: The Next Frontier? 6 p.m. Adjourn Michael D. Dake, MD 7:30 p.m. Claudication: Bypass vs. Endovascular TherapyThursday Dinner Symposium Christopher J. White, MDNew Paradigms in Drug Eluting Stent Technology 8 p.m. Latest Tips/Techniques for Treatment of Iliac, SFA, and Tibial Vessel CTOsand in the Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation Craig M. Walker, MDNon-CME Activity Supported By Boston Scientific 8:30 p.m. Critical Limb Ischemia: Surgery or 7 p.m. Bioabsorbable DES: The SYNERGY Stent and the Endovascular Therapy? EVOLVE I/II Clinical Trials Curtiss T. Stinis, MD Dean J. Kereiakes, MD Complex Endovascular Case Reviews 7:30 p.m. Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation: Risk Discussants: Michael D. Dake, MD, Curtiss Stinis, MD, Assessment, the Anticoagulant Landscape, Craig M. Walker, MD, Christopher J. White, MD and Mechanical Strategies Matthew J. Price, MD Saturday, October 13, 2012Friday, October 12, 2012 6:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast T ranscatheter Aortic Valve Replacement Symposium 6:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast and View Exhibits 7:30 a.m. Live Case 22 From Scripps Clinic 7:30 a.m. Live Cases 14 & 15 From University Hospital Bonn TAVR Access and Closure, Step By Step Bonn, Germany Curtiss T. Stinis, MD (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement under the How to Do TAVR, Step By Step direction of Dr. Eberhard Grube) Paul S. Teirstein, MD Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation: Imaging for TAVR Techniques, Case Selection, Tips, and Tricks David S. Rubenson, MD Paul S. Teirstein, MD Overview of Sapien Program Data Current Status of Transcatheter Treatment for Matthew J. Price, MD Non-valvular Structural Heart Disease Matthew J. Price, MD 9:30 a.m. Break 9:30 a.m. Break and View Exhibits 10 a.m. Live Case 23 From Scripps Clinic TAVR Complications 10 a.m. Live Cases 16 & 17 From Scripps Clinic Curtiss T. Stinis, MD Drug Eluting Stents 2012: Current Data and TAVR for Patients with Bioprosthetic Future Advances Valve Dysfunction David G. Rizik, MD Paul S. Teirstein, MD The Future of the Interventional Cardiologist Overview of CoreValve Program in America Jeffrey J. Popma, MD Christopher J. White, MD New TAVR Technologies on the Horizon Noon Lunch with Challenging Cases and Panel Discussion Reginald I. Low, MD 1:30 p.m. Live Cases 18 & 19 From Scripps Clinic Noon Final Adjournment Acute MI Update 2011 Barry D. Rutherford, MD Multivessel Revascularization in the Diabetic and Non-diabetic Patient: Stents vs. CABG – Adjunctive Medical Therapy Frederick Feit, MD Unprotected Left Main PCI: Latest Data Case Selection and Technical Approach Paul S. Teirstein, MD 3:30 p.m. Break and View Exhibits
Conference Location & Hotel AccommodationsSaturday, October 13, 2012 6:30 a.m. Continental BreakfastT ranscatheter Aortic Valve Replacement Symposium 7:30 a.m. Live TAVR Case from Scripps Clinic TAVR Access and Closure, Step By Step Curtiss T. Stinis, MD How to Do TAVR, Step By Step Paul S. Teirstein, MD Imaging for TAVR Hotel Information David S. Rubenson, MD Please make your own hotel reservations. Overview of Sapian Program Data The Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines Hotel is located on the internationally Matthew J. Price, MD famous Torrey Pines Golf Course. Adjacent to Scripps Clinic, 10 9:30 a.m. Break minutes north of lovely La Jolla, and 20 minutes from the San Diego 10 a.m. Live TAVR Case from Scripps Clinic airport, the Hilton is close to all the attractions that make San Diego TAVR Complications so desirable to visit. With the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop, all rooms Curtiss T. Stinis, MD command a spectacular view of either the ocean and championship TAVR for Patients with Bioprosthetic golf course, or a meticulously tended, lush garden. In addition to the Valve Dysfunction tennis courts, swimming pool, saunas and spa, the Shiley Sports and Paul S. Teirstein, MD Health Center of Scripps Clinic is available to hotel guests. Overview of CoreValve Program We are fortunate to have obtained special low rates at the hotel Jeffrey J. Popma, MD starting at $235 per night (plus tax and parking). Make your reser- New TAVR on the Horizon vations early. A block of rooms is being held for us at the $235 rate Reginald I. Low, MD until Tuesday, September 18, 2012. After that date, reservations will Noon Final Adjournment be accepted based on availability and the special room rate will not be honored. Be sure to request the Scripps Clinic Cardiovascular Interventions rate when making reservations. Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines 10950 North Torrey Pines Road La Jolla, California 92037 Reservations: 800-762-6160 Direct Telephone: 858-558-1500 Reservations Fax: 858-450-4584 La Jolla La Jolla is known throughout the world for its beautiful beaches and year-round temperate weather. Nestled on the northern edge of San Diego, it is unique in that it maintains its quaint village atmosphere within a sophisticated cosmopolitan environment. A broad spectrum of cultural and recreational activities is also available in the metro- politan San Diego area, including the nationally acclaimed San Diego Zoo, Wild Animal Park, Sea World, the San Diego Opera, the Old Globe Theater, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego in La Jolla.
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