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Vip preliminary program

  1. 1. EUROPE M E E T S N O R T H AMERICA Chairmen: Franco Grego and Giovanni Deriu Department of Cardiac, Thoracic and Vascular Sciences Section of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery - University of Padua, Italy State of the art and future perspectives in vascular and endovascular surgery VIPVascularIntern CONGRESS ationalPadova Padua, Italy June 26th - 27th - 28th , 2014 Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Padova Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria di Padova Università degli Studi di Padova Comune di Padova
  2. 2. PRELIMINARY PROGRAM – update 2 April 2014 8.30 9.30 11.10 11.30 11.50 13.30 14.30 16.00 16.40 16.30 19.00 8.00 9.00 10.20 10.40 11.00 Session A Oral Communications Session B ABDOMINAL AORTA I L. Davidovich: Is open repair still the gold standard in the treatment of RAAA? A. Ippoliti: Current indication to open surgery for AAA V. Riambau: AAA repair is justified in patients with Chronic Renal Insufficiency: Which is better? EVAR or open repair? C.J. Buckley: Use of helical EndoStaples in EVAR J. Carpenter: Nellix EVAR trails: status of the trials and devices F. Farneti: Single Center Experience with new Treovance Abdominal Stent Graft G. Pratesi: Dedicated devices “all in one” on iliac branch technology: clinical experience G. Nano: Anaconda aortic endograft: what kind of post- implantation syndrome? A. Stella: Update on Anaconda registry News from the Industry SEROM M. Gargiulo (tba), J. Hargreaves (tba) Coffee Break Session C ABDOMINAL AORTA II A. Jawien: Is screening of AAA still useful? A. Von Ristow: EVAR without contrast: Duplex and fluoroscopy guided stent-graft implant F. Moll: Role of MRI in type II endoleaks M. Matsagkas: Several options in preserving the internal iliac artery during EVAR for aortoiliac AAA N. Mosquera: New possibilities to treat and prevent Type II endoleak C. Rabbia: Prevention and treatment of type II endoleak P. Frigatti: Chimney and sandwich techniques for secondary procedures after infrarenal aortic repair E. Ducasse: Open Chimney for juxta renal aneurysm G. Torsello: Chimney endografting for pararenal aortic pathologies using transfemoral access and the lift technique Lunch Session D THORACIC AND THORACOABDOMINAL AORTA J. Coselli: The History of Thoracoabdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair: Perils, Possibilities, and Perspectives C. Dzsinich: Surgical treatment of thoracic and thoraco- abdominal aortic coarctations G. Fraedrich: Left subclavian artery revascularization prior to TEVAR is generally not necessary C. Nienaber: Endovascular approaches for the ascending aorta: now or never? R. Dalman: Snorkel versus fenestrated endografts; indications, outcomes and advantages of either approach R. Chiesa: Hybrid aortic arch repair:experience of 180 cases P. Cao: Two staged Thoracoabdominal Branched procedures: lights and shadows N. Mangialardi: the impact of the radial fit on the treatment of aortic pathologies R. Hinchliffe: First in human experience with Valiant Mona LSA thoracic device News from the Industry MEDTRONIC J. Graves: Medtronic’s Future Innovations for Expanding Aortic Endovascular Therapy? Coffee Break Session E CATASTROPHIC EVENTS J. Black: Carotid aneurysm in post-partum VEDS patient L. Davidovich: Compelled surgery of thoracic aorta aneurysm through right thoracotomy M. Taurino: Aorto-iliac endograft infection and duodenal fistula in patient with previous urogynaecological surgery G. Melissano: Retrograde dissection after TEVAR S. Pirrelli: Chest-tube insertion into the left pulmonary artery Opening Ceremony Session F Oral Communications Session G THORACIC AND TORACOABDOMINAL DISSECTIONS I LECTURE G. Deriu: Nosography and natural history of treated and untreated descending thoracic aorta dissections J.C. Parodi: New concepts in aortic dissections J. Black: Lessons learned (or not) in Marfans Syndrome and Aortic Disease S. Trimarchi: Predictors of aortic growth after Type B dissection T. Kuratani: The new treatment strategy using TEVAR for acute and chronic type B aortic dissections J. Rodriguez Lopez: Measure of Success after Endovascular Repair of Type B Thoracic Aortic Dissections News from the Industry COOK E. Cieri: Endovascular options in complex aortic disease Coffee Break Session H THORACIC AND TORACOABDOMINAL DISSECTIONS II F. Criado: Disease-specific endografts and strategies will be necessary to optimize TEVAR for treatment of aortic dissections J. Lombardi: Complicated Type B aortic dissection Thu. 26 June Fri. 27 June
  3. 3. 12.00 13.00 14.30 15.30 16.30 16.50 17.10 20.30 8.00 9.00 10.30 10.15 11.30 treated with a composite device: Long term Data on the STABLE trial C. Shu: Adjunctive technique to facilitate endovascular repair of aortic dissection of the arch and its branches: hybrid repairs and chimney M. Ferreira: Branched devices to Chronic Type Dissections Session I MULTILAYER N. Frid: (tba) D. Palombo: Italian experience with multilayer stent in complex aortic disease R. Aun: Peripheral and thoraco-abdominal management with multilayer S. Sultan: Early mid-term results of the first 103 cases of multilayer flow modulator: independent global MFM registry C. Vaislic: Two Years follow-up Lunch Session L INFECTIONS S. Bonvini: regrafting for abdominal aortic graft infections R. Chiesa: Management of aortoesophageal and aortobronchial fistulae M. Ferrari: (tba) B. Gossetti: (tba) Session M CRITICAL LIMB ISCHEMIA / STEM CELLS J. Ricotta: Orbital Atherectomy for calcified lesions in CLI- Results of Clarity Trial G. Poletto: Novel Hibrid tecnhnique in the femoro- popliteal revascularization C. Setacci: “Time is tissue”: a new systematic approach to diabetic foot infections: is it really new or just newly recognized? M. Cairols: Stem cell therapy for critical limb ischemia with no real possibilities for revascularisation J. Blebea: Treatment of Advanced Limb Ischemia Using Angiogenic Cell Therapy M. Iafrati: Cellular/Bone marrow therapy for critical limb ischemia News from the Industry ETHICON Coffee Break Session N CRITICAL LIMB ISCHEMIA J. Fernandes e F.: Popliteal and peripheral aneurysms- from open to endovascular. Always? When not? D. Schneider: Techniques for crossing the difficult SFA occlusion Y. Goueffic: SFA in-stent restenosis: hopes from new therapies V. Dorrucci: The Italian Propaten multicenter long term results in the treatment of critical limb ischaemia E. Galeazzi: Critical limb ischemia: is surgical approach in disappearance in the endovascular era F. Benedetto: Popliteal pedal bypass versus extreme endovascular terapy for CLI F. Zaraca: Lower extremity traumatic injury at level II trauma center Gala Dinner (Villa Trissino-Marzotto) Session O Oral Communications Session P UNUSUAL ASPECTS IN VASCULAR AND ENDOVASCULAR SURGERY C. Liapis: Patient and Surgeon Radiation protection during EVAR and TEVAR V. Treska: Osteoprotegerin in the ethiopatogenesis of abdominal aortic aneurysm M. Veller: Vascular Trauma K. Felice De Sales: Visceral artery aneurysms: changing the standard to endovascular repair and addressing technical challenges S. Bonardelli: Aneurysms secondary to obstructive lesions of the Coeliac Trunk: indications and surgical techniques from 30 consecutive cases I. Koncar: Wall strength of AAA – does it influence on rupture event? Y. Hsiang: Vascular surgery in Canada, a Surgeon perspective F. Spinelli: Endovascular treatment of occlusions of superior vena cava A. Giannoukas: Hybrid procedures in lower limb revascularization Session Q CAROTID BODY TUMORS (round table) G. Opocher: Update on genetics of paragangliomas U. Verga: From genetic to clinical practice: an overview on a North Italian multicentric Paraganglioma database A. Munoz: Current treatment of carotid body tumor: a frequent vascular condition in high altitudes P. Karspzak: (tba) Coffee Break Session R CAROTID DISEASES F. Verlato: Asymptomatic carotid disease and intracranial stenosis A. Prego: Carotid disease and atrial fibrillation: a very controversial and exiting issue,especially in asymptomatic patients F. Verzini: Carotid Artery Stenting with tapered vs cylindrical stents: does it matter? D. Radak: Simultaneous carotid stenosis and cerebral aneurysm prospective data basis long-term results: carotid endarterectomy and treatment of cerebral aneurysm-what to do C. Pratesi: Carotid Surgery in asymptomatic patients A. Pereira: Timing of carotid endoarterectomy after acute stroke F. Speziale: Urgent and emergent carotid endarterectomy for severe stroke and instable neurologic deficit C. Darling: Carotid intervention in the acute stroke: lessons learned first? Sat. 28 June
  4. 4. Organizing Secretariat and CME Provider Piazza del Sole e della Pace, 5 - 35031 Abano Terme (PD) Tel. 049 8601818 - Fax 049 8602389 - - Topics of the congress Vascular diseases, technical aspects, state of the art and future perspectives of vascular, endovascular and hybrid procedures. Carotid and and supra-aortic trunks – Descending thoracic aorta aneurysms – Type B dissections – Thoraco-abdominal aneurysms – Aortic arch and hybrid procedures – Abdominal aorta aneurysms – Visceral and renal artery diseases – Peripheral aneurysms – Peripheral obstructive arterial disease – Diabetic foot – Critical limb ischemia – Ruptured aortic aneurysms – Vascular traumatisms – Acute limb ischemia – Complications in vascular and endovascular surgery and their management – Infections – Imaging in vascular disease – Neo angiogenesis – Gene therapy – Access surgery – Follow up. Abstract submission deadline: 5 May 2014 The best abstract presentation will be awarded a prize. Congress venue: Centro San Gaetano – Via Altinate 71, Padova (Italy) Scientific Secretariat Mirko Menegolo, MD, PhD Michele Antonello, MD, PhD Luca Milan, MD Dept. of Cardiac, Thoracic and Vascular Sciences Section of Vascular Surgery, Padua University, Italy e-mail Dearest Colleagues, two years after the first VIP Congress, in which the preferred guests were Latin American surgeons, in 2014 the second edition will see North American surgeons at the center of the scientific scene. The program will focus on the treatment of arterial diseases: technical aspects and future perspectives in vascular and endovascular surgery will be discussed by an outstanding international faculty. The congress will be held in the historical center of Padua, whose University, one of the oldest in the world, has been honoured through the centuries by illustrious scientists as Copernico, Galileo, Vesalius, Harvey and Morgagni. Well-known for its beauty, as is testified by the frescos in the Scrovegni Chapel, Giotto’s masterpiece, and with good connections to Venice and Verona, Padua is one of the nicest cities in Northern Italy. We invite you to participate in this unique event and hope you will enjoy your stay! Franco Grego and Giovanni Deriu VIP 2014 Chairmen