26th Annual Echocardiographic Symposium at Vail. New Technologies, Live Scanning, and Clinical Decision MakingDocument Transcript
Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development26th AnnualEchocardiographicSymposium at VailState-of-the-Art Review, Live Scanning, ClinicalDecision-Making, and Multimodality ImagingJuly 22-26, 2012Presented at Vail MarriottVail, ColoradoProgram Directors:George M. Gura, Jr., M.D., FACCFletcher A. Miller, Jr., M.D., FACC, FAHA, FASEJae K. Oh, M.D., FACC, FAHA, FASEFaculty:Christopher P. Appleton, M.D., FACC, FASEJennifer L. Betz, RDCSHarold M. Burkhart, M.D.Frank Cetta, M.D., FACC, FASEBenjamin W. Eidem, M.D., FACC, FASEThomas A. Foley, M.D.Lawrence W. Gaul, M.D.Grace Lin, M.D.Sabrina D. Phillips, M.D., FACCThomas Ryan, M.D., FACC, FASERakesh M. Suri, M.D., D.PhilEric E. Williamson, M.D.Register Now!http://www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-2012r414
General InformationCourse Description • integrate routine calculations ofThis symposium is an intensive and intracardiac pressures and valve areas;comprehensive review of state-of-the-art • assess Doppler and color flow images;echocardiography to a wide variety of • integrate information from two-cardiovascular disorders and will have an dimensional, spectral Doppler, color flowemphasis on introduction of new and tissue Doppler echocardiography fortechnologies and how to use diagnosis and management of a wideechocardiographic information for the care variety of clinical cardiovascularof our patients. The central location and problems, including diastolic function;presentation schedule are intended to allow • cite the comprehensive application ofthe participants to balance the educational cardiac ultrasound to a wide variety ofaspects of the program with a summertime acute cardiovascular disorders;family vacation in the beautiful Rocky • determine the surgical management ofMountains. This symposium will stress the common cardiac problems as assisted byintegration of all echocardiography the use of echocardiography; andtechniques into the comprehensive • summarize clinical cases, using theultrasound examination. Particular application of echocardiography.emphasis will include new technologies,Doppler hemodynamics, tissue Doppler,diastology, transesophageal Registrationechocardiography, and heart failure Registrations are accepted online at http://(myocardial and pericardial disease). www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-Unique to this course is live scanning of 2012r414 or via phone (800-283-6296 orpatients with various CV disorders, which 507-266-6703). The registration fee includeswill be coordinated with Dr. Lawrence W. tuition, comprehensive course electronicGaul of the Vail Clinic. This session will syllabus, continental breakfasts, breakemphasize the importance of comprehensive refreshments, and reception. Although it isechocardiographic acquisition and not Mayo School of Continuous Professionalmanagement decision based on Development’s policy to limit the number ofechocardiographic data. registrants for a course, conference room facilities may necessitate closing ofThere will be ample time each afternoon for enrollment; therefore, early registration isthe participant to enjoy a multitude of advised. A letter of confirmation will besummertime activities in this picturesque sent upon receipt of payment and completedand relaxing environment. registration form. Please present the confirmation letter when checking in at theTeaching Material/Syllabus meeting registration desk.Attendees will be provided with a memory For additional information, contact:stick containing course materials. No paper Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular Diseasessyllabus will be provided. You are welcome (Vail Summer)to bring a computer during the learning 200 1st Street SW/GO6-138SWsession. Rochester, MN 55905Intended Audience Website: http://www.mayo.edu/cme/ cardiovascular-diseases-2012r414This conference is specifically designed for E-mail: email@example.com and congenital cardiovascular Phone: 800-283-6296 or 507-266-6703specialists, internists, anesthesiologists, Fax: 507-266-7403critical care physicians, surgeons, andsonographers interested in the clinicalapplication of echocardiography. Cancellation Policy If you cancel your participation in thisCourse Learning Objectives course, your registration fee, less a $75 administrative fee, will be refunded whenUpon completion of this program, attendees written notification is received by Mayoshould be able to: School before Monday, July 9, 2012,• distinguish the difference between new (firstname.lastname@example.org or fax#: 507-266-7403). technologies of cardiac ultrasound No refunds will be made on or after including 3-D/4-D, tissue Doppler Monday, July 9, 2012. Canceled imaging, strain, and strain rate imaging; registrations are non-transferable.
summertime outdoor activities include fly fishing, golfing, hiking, rafting, kayaking,Mayo School of Continuous Professional hiking, jeep tours, and horseback riding atDevelopment reserves the right to cancel or the 4-Eagle Ranch. The 4-Eagle Ranch offerspostpone any course due to unforeseen a wide variety of fun family activities centeredcircumstances. In the unlikely event Mayo around a real Western Ranch, includingSchool of Continuous Professional horseback rides, cattle round-ups and WesternDevelopment must cancel or postpone this nights with dinner and a Wild West show.course, Mayo School of ContinuousProfessional Development will refund the Lodging Accomodationsregistration fee, but is not responsible forany related costs, charges, or expenses to To secure your room at Vail Marriott, pleaseparticipants, including fees assessed by call 800-266-9432 or 506-474-2009 and stateairline/travel/lodging agencies. that you will be attending Echo Summer program. The room rate is $184 single/ double a night. Contact the Marriott toCredit receive pricing on condominiums which areCollege of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, is also available. When you make youraccredited by the Accreditation Council for reservation, please be sure to ask about anyContinuing Medical Education to provide additional fees, early departure fees, orcontinuing medical education for physicians. cancellation penalties. This is a busy time in Vail, and if you intend to extend your stayCollege of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, or arrive early to include a family vacation,designates this live activity for a maximum we would recommend early registration toof 24.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. secure the room arrangements. HotelPhysicians should claim only the credit reservations must be made on or beforecommensurate with the extent of their Friday, June 22, 2012. All reservationparticipation in the activity. requests will require a credit card guarantee. All reservations require a two night, non- refundable deposit. If reservation is cancelledLocation within 30 days prior to arrival, individualThere are few places as beautiful and will forfeit the deposit for all nights reserved.picturesque as the Rocky Mountains in the All no-shows are considered guaranteedsummertime. Vail is a unique family bookings and will be charged two nights’ roomvacation spot and is safe and beautiful, as and tax. Any early departures will forfeit allwell as healthy, with numerous activities remaining room night’s room and tax charges.available. No matter what the agedifferences, there are hiking trails that range Transportationfrom very easy to difficult, museums (suchas the Colorado Ski Museum), evening Vail is two hours from Denver and can beconcerts in the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, easily reached by van or limousine service.the Vail Nature Center, and fishing trips in Private transportation is usually notwhich children can attend. Make sure you necessary in Vail as a free bus transportationgo up the gondola. The ride is beautiful and system is operated by Vail Associatesfree in the evenings after the slopes close. throughout the Vail Valley and extends toAnother nice summer drive is over Shrine the Beaver Creek area.Pass to Redcliff. This road is a little rough,but the wildflowers don’t get much better Special discounted transportation throughanywhere. The wilderness around Vail goes Colorado Mountain Express has beenunappreciated. Rock Climbing in Vail is arranged. To make your reservation, pleasebecoming increasingly popular, and with call 800-525-6363 and ask for the specialeasy access to #1 rated professional ECHO rate.mountain guides in Vail, this should be oneveryone’s tick list. Welcome ReceptionVail offers visitors several types of outdoor Monday, July 23, 2012sports and activities. The Vail Valley is Attendees and their guest(s) are cordiallycrisscrossed by miles out mountain bike invited to join the course faculty for thesingle-track that links the valley floor with Welcome Reception on Monday, July 23,the high alpine terrain above tree line. 2012. This casual reception welcomes you toThose who are not traveling with their own Vail, Colorado, officially opens the course,bikes can rent them at the hotel or take one and offers you the perfect opportunity toof their guided bike tours. Additional make connections with existing and new colleagues.
Educational Grants Laboratory; Director, TrainingThis activity is supported in part by Program in Pediatric Cardiology,unrestricted educational grants from various Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MNcommercial firms. At the time of printing, acomplete list of supporters was not available. Thomas A. Foley, M.D.Appropriate acknowledgement of support Instructor of Radiology, Mayowill be provided at the time of the activity. Clinic; Senior Associate Consultant, Division of Cardiovascular Radiology,Future Programs Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MNNext year’s course will be held at the Vail Grace Lin, M.D.Marriott in Vail, Colorado July 22-25, 2013. Assistant Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic; Consultant, Division ofFaculty Cardiovascular Diseases and Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MNCourse DirectorsGeorge M. Gura, Jr., M.D., FACC Sabrina D. Phillips, M.D., FACCAssociate Professor of Medicine, Mayo Assistant Professor of Medicine, MayoClinic; Consultant, Division of Clinic; Consultant, Division of AdultCardiovascular Diseases and Internal Cardiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MNMedicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN Rakesh M. Suri, M.D., D.PhilFletcher A. Miller, Jr., M.D., FACC, FASE, FAHA Associate Professor of Surgery, Mayo Clinic;Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic; Consultant, Thoracic and CardiovascularConsultant, Division of Cardiovascular Surgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MNDiseases and Internal Medicine; and PastDirector, Cardiovascular Ultrasound Eric E. Williamson, M.D.Imaging and Hemodynamic Laboratory, Assistant Professor of Radiology, MayoMayo Clinic, Rochester, MN Clinic; Consultant, Department of Radiology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MNJae K. Oh, M.D., FACC, FAHA, FASEProfessor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic; Guest FacultyCo-Director, Integrated CV Imaging, Mayo Lawrence W. Gaul, M.D., FACCClinic, Rochester, MN; and Director, Medical Director, ICU Vail Valley MedicalCardiovascular Center, Samsung Medical Center, Vail, COCenter, Seoul, Korea Thomas Ryan, M.D., FACC, FASE Mayo Faculty Professor of Medicine; Director, The OhioChristopher P. Appleton, M.D., FACC, FASE State University Heart Center; John G. andProfessor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic; Jeanne Bonnet McCoy Chair inConsultant, Division of Cardiovascular Cardiovascular Medicine, Davis Heart &Diseases and Internal Medicine, Mayo Lung Research Institute, Columbus, OHClinic, Scottsdale, AZJennifer L. Betz, RDCS Faculty DisclosureSonographer, Cardiovascular Ultrasound As a provider accredited by ACCME, MayoImaging and Hemodynamic Laboratory, School of Continuous ProfessionalMayo Clinic, Rochester, MN Development must ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigorHarold M. Burkhart, M.D. in its educational activities. Course directors,Associate Professor of Surgery, Mayo Clinic; planning committee, faculty, and all othersConsultant, Thoracic and Cardiovascular who are in a position to control the contentSurgery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN of this educational activity are required to disclose all relevant financial relationshipsFrank Cetta, M.D., FACC, FASE with any commercial interest related to theProfessor of Pediatrics and Medicine, Mayo subject matter of the educational activity.Clinic; Chair, Pediatric Cardiology Division; Safeguards against commercial bias haveConsultant, Division of Cardiovascular been put in place. Faculty also will discloseDiseases and Pediatric Cardiology, Mayo any off-label and/or investigational use ofClinic, Rochester, MN pharmaceuticals or instruments discussed in their presentation. Disclosure of thisBenjamin W. Eidem, M.D., FACC, FASE information will be published in courseProfessor of Pediatrics, Mayo Clinic; materials so those participants in the activityConsultant, Division of Cardiovascular may formulate their own judgmentsDiseases and Pediatric Cardiology; Director, regarding the presentation.Pediatric & Fetal Echocardiography
Program ScheduleAll sessions will be held at Vail Marriott, 715 W. Lionshead Circle, Vail, CO 81657.Meeting room is in the Grand Ballroom on the lower level. Meeting site telephone:970-476-4444/FAX: 970-476-1647.Views expressed in this program are those of the individual speaker and do notnecessarily reflect views of the Mayo Clinic.Sunday, July 22, 20125:00-6:00 p.m. Registration Grand Ballroom Foyer, Lower Level6:00-7:30 p.m. Clinical CASES of Valvular Heart Disease and Hemodynamics Drs. Jae K. Oh, Grace Lin, and George M. Gura, Jr., and Jennifer L. Betz, RDCSMonday, July 23, 20126:30 a.m. Registration – Continental Breakfast7:10 a.m. Welcome and Introduction George M. Gura, Jr., M.D.7:15 a.m. Echo in Practice Pre-Test George M. Gura, Jr., M.D.DIASTOLIC HEART FAILUREDr. George M. Gura, Jr., presiding7:30 a.m. Diastolic Heart Failure 2012: State-of-the-Art 2012 Jae K. Oh, M.D.7:55 a.m. Application of Echo Data to Manage Diastolic Function in Daily Practice Thomas Ryan, M.D.8:20 a.m. Principles and Practical Application of Strain Imaging for Cardiac Function Christopher P. Appleton, M.D.8:45 a.m. Diastolic Stress Test Jae K. Oh, M.D.9:10 a.m. Panel Discussion Drs. Oh, Ryan, and Appleton; Dr. Gura, moderator9:40 a.m. Refreshment Break – Visit ExhibitsSYSTOLIC HEART FAILURE – NEW TECHNOLOGIESDr. Jae K. Oh, presiding10:00 a.m. Echocardiography in CHF – Guide to Therapy Grace Lin, M.D.10:25 a.m. MRI & CT in Evaluation of CHF – Incremental Value Eric E. Williamson, M.D.10:50 a.m. Comparison of Echo, CT, MRI for Evaluation of LV Volume, Ejection Fraction, and Mass Thomas A. Foley, M.D.
Program Schedule11:15 a.m. Dyssynchrony in CHF – Is it Still of Value to Measure. Christopher P. Appleton, M.D.11:40 a.m. 3-D Echocardiography – Clinical Cases Proving Incremental Value Grace Lin, M.D.12:05 p.m. Panel Discussion Drs. Lin, Williamson, Foley, and Appleton; Dr. Oh, moderator12:30 p.m. Afternoon Free – See You at the Workshop!4:00 p.m. WORKSHOP Hemodynamic Workshop (Systolic and Diastolic) Drs. Jae K. Oh and Christopher P. Appleton6:00-7:00 p.m. Welcome Reception – Ballroom Foyer Attendees and their guests invitedTuesday, July 24, 20127:00 a.m. Continental BreakfastMYOCARDIAL/PERICARDIAL DISEASEDr. Christopher P. Appleton, presiding7:30 a.m. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy – Morphology, Function, and Hemodynamics: Role of Echo, MR, CT Christopher P. Appleton, M.D.7:55 a.m. Pericardial Disease – Challenging Cases Masquerading as Constrictive Pericarditis Jae K. Oh, M.D.8:20 a.m. CT and MRI for Myocardial and Pericardial Diseases Eric E. Williamson, M.D.8:45 a.m. Adult Congenital Heart Disease 2012 Frank Cetta, M.D.9:10 a.m. Advances in Surgery for Congenital Heart Disease Harold M. Burkhart, M.D.9:40 a.m. Panel Discussion Drs. Oh, Williamson, Cetta, and Burkhart; Dr. Appleton, moderator10:00 a.m. Refreshment Break – Visit ExhibitsTRANSESOPHAGEAL AND STRESS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY INCLINICAL PRACTICEDr. Thomas Ryan, presiding10:30 a.m. Stress Echocardiography: State-of-the-Art 2012. Role of Contrast Echo. Appropriate Selection of Patients Thomas Ryan, M.D.10:55 a.m. Role of Echocardiography in Complications of Endocarditis – Emphasis on Timing of Surgical Intervention George M. Gura, Jr., M.D.11:20 a.m. Surgical Decisions in Management of Endocarditis Harold M. Burkhart, M.D.11:55 a.m. Catheter Based Intervention in Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) Frank Cetta, M.D.
Program Schedule12:10 p.m. Panel Discussion Drs. Gura, Burkhart, and Cetta; Dr. Ryan, moderator12:30 p.m. On Your Own – Free TimeWORKSHOP ON CONGENITALHEART DISEASEDr. Frank Cetta, presiding4:00 p.m. Update on Assessment and Management of Ebstein Anomaly Frank Cetta, M.D.4:20 p.m. Assessment of Ventricular Function in Adult Congenital Heart Disease Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D.4:40 p.m. Pregnancy in Adult Congenital Heart Disease Sabrina D. Phillips, M.D.5:10 p.m. Sudden Death Screening in Young Adults Benjamin W. Eidem, M.D.5:30 p.m. Unique Management and Treatment Issues in Adult Congenital Heart Disease Sabrina D. Phillips, M.D.6:00 p.m. CT/MRI in Congenital Heart Disease Thomas A. Foley, M.D.6:30 p.m. AdjournmentWednesday, July 25, 20127:00 a.m. Continental BreakfastVALVULAR HEART DISEASEDr. Fletcher A. Miller, Jr., presiding7:30 a.m. Echocardiographic Caveats in Evaluation of Clinical Cases of Aortic Stenosis and Mitral Stenosis Fletcher A. Miller, Jr., M.D.7:55 a.m. Aortic Regurgitation Assessment and Optimal Timing of Surgery Including Asymptomatic Patients. Will Drugs Delay Surgery? Grace Lin, M.D.8:20 a.m. Mitral Regurgitation: Hemodynamic Cases – Is the Short Form of PISA Reliable? Thomas Ryan, M.D.8:45 a.m. Guidelines for Mitral Valve Surgery in 2012: Conventional and Robotic Approaches Rakesh M. Suri, M.D., D.Phil9:10 a.m. Challenging Cases from the Mayo Clinic George M. Gura, Jr., M.D.9:35 a.m. Panel Discussion Drs. Lin, Ryan, Suri, and Gura; Dr. Miller, moderator10:00 a.m. Refreshment Break – Visit Exhibits
Program SchedulePOTPOURRI OF INTERESTING CASE STUDIESDr. George M. Gura, Jr., presiding10:30 a.m. Clinical Cases in Common Systemic Diseases – Can Amyloid Masquerade as HOCM? Grace Lin, M.D.10:55 a.m. Challenging Cases in Congenital Heart Disease Drs. Frank Cetta, Sabrina D. Phillips, and Benjamin W. Eidem11:20 a.m. Comparison of Echo, CT, and MRI With Cases in Aortic Disease Drs. Eric E. Williamson and Thomas A. Foley11:45 a.m. Aortic Valve Repair vs Replacement and Management of Concomitant Ascending Aortic Dilation Rakesh M. Suri, M.D., D.Phil12:05 p.m. Panel Discussion Drs. Williamson, Foley, Lin, Cetta, Phillips, Eidem, and Suri; Dr. Gura, moderator12:30 p.m. On Your Own – Free TimeLIVE CASE SCANNING WORKSHOP3:30 p.m. Live Case Demonstrations Drs. Fletcher A. Miller, Jr., Rakesh M. Suri, Lawrence Gaul, and Ms. Jennifer L. Betz, RDCS5:00 p.m. AdjournmentThursday, July 26, 20127:30 a.m. Continental BreakfastNEWER TECHNOLOGY AND CLINICAL CASESDr. Fletcher A. Miller, Jr., presiding8:00 a.m. Cardiac MRI and CT – Status Report – Superior Imaging Methods of Choice in What Clinical Problems Thomas A. Foley, M.D.8:30 a.m. More Adult Congenital Heart Disease Cases With Echo and MRI Drs. Frank Cetta, Sabrina D. Phillips, Benjamin W. Eidem, and Eric E. Williamson8:45 a.m. Interesting Cases of Myopericardial Diseases Including Strain Cases Fletcher A. Miller, Jr., M.D.9:30 a.m. Advances in Surgical Coronary Revascularization Rakesh M. Suri, M.D., D.Phil10:00 a.m. Challenging Clinical Cases from Mayo Clinic Drs. Christopher P. Appleton, George M. Gura, Jr., Grace Lin, Fletcher A. Miller, Jr., Eric E. Williamson, and Rakesh M. Suri11:00 a.m. Adjourn
Registration Form 41426th AnnualEchocardiographic Symposium at VailState-of-the-Art Review, Live Scanning, Clinical Decision-Making, and Multimodality ImagingJuly 22-26, 2012Please direct questions to: Phone: 800-283-6296Mayo Clinic Cardiovascular Diseases (Vail) 507-266-6703200 First Street SW/GO6-138SW Fax: 507-266-7403Rochester, MN 55905 E-mail: email@example.com To Register On-line: http://www.mayo.edu/cme/cardiovascular-diseases-2012r414 (Please print or type all information. You may duplicate this form for multiple registrations.)Name______________________________________________________________________________ First Name Middle Name or Initial Last NameDegree MD DO PhD RN RCS RDCS Other________________ Institution __________________________________________________________________________Medical SpecialtyE-mail Address______________________________________________________________________Which is your preferred mailing address: Work/Business HomeStreet Address_______________________________________________________________________City_________________State/PV________ZIP/Postal Code________Country_________________Telephone (_________)________________________ FAX(_________)_________________________ If you need disability accommodations, please check here and advise us of your needs. _____________________________________________________________________________________Payment Received: Early Tuition received Tuition received on or before 7/9/12 after 7/9/12 Physician $760 $835 Reduced Fee (check appropriate box below)* $525 $600 Fellow in Training Resident Nurse Physician Assistant Sonographer Emeritus Staff*Registrants in the reduced fees category are required to submit with the registration form proof of licensure, a businesscard, or a letter written on official letterhead and signed by a department supervisor verifying status. Reduced fee includes:Fellow/Resident in Training, Physician Assistant, Nurse, Sonographer, or Emeritus Staff. One Day Fee (No refund for one-day cancellation) $250 $325 Monday Tuesday Wednesday ThursdayP A Y M E N TPayment must accompany application. Check (payable to Mayo Clinic (reference Vail Summer 2012) in U.S. dollars drawn on a U.S. bank) Credit Card: Visa MasterCard DiscoverCardholder’s NameCard Number V-Code (3 digits on back of credit card) Expiration Date