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Structural Heart Nurses Symposium

0700 - 1700

Registration Desk Open

0815 - 0830 

Welcome and Objectives, Barb Copus

0830 - 1030

From Paddock to patient. The Journey from the cow to a patient's TAVI procedure 

Map / Introduction, Barb Copus
Paddock, Bruce Hutchison
Safety and Quality, Bimal Kishor
What happens next? Janelle Johnson
Choosing a valve, Speaker TBC
Patient Perspective, Peter Hale

1030 - 1100

Morning Tea

1100 - 1130

What's happening in other valve technology? Speaker TBC

1130 - 1200

New technology - From drawing board to First in Man. Trials and tribulations, Stephen Worthley

1200 - 1230

Renal Denervation is back, Speaker TBC

1230 - 1315

Lunch

1315 - 1400

1315 - 1330

1330 - 1345

1345 - 1400

Research being done  

Nicola Straiton

Lorelle Martin

Speaker TBC

1400 - 1430

ACOR TAVI Registry, Tamara Hooper
1430 - 1500 LAA - Current status, new technologies, Glenn Young
1500 - 1530

ACC - Low risk TAVI results out. What impact does it have? Speaker TBC

1530 - 1545 Afternoon Tea
1545 - 1645

Divide into 4 groups. Objectives and leads TBC

Group 1: Education

Group 2: Research

Group 3: Protocols

Group 4: ACOR Registry
1645 - 1700 Closing
1700 - 1800 Post-Symposium Drinks and Canapés

 

Friday 9th August

0700 - 1800

Registration Desk Open

0730 - 0815

Sponsored Breakfast Sessions - Click here for session details

0950 - 1000

ANZET Opening Ceremony

1000 - 1030 Louis Bernstein Lecture
Chicken or the Egg: The delicate balance between innovation and data, William Lombardi, USA
1030 - 1200 Live Case Session - The Alfred Hospital

1200 - 1400

Lunch and Mini Orals - Exhibition Area

1245 - 1345

Sponsored Lunch Session

1400 - 1415

Lecture 2
Spontaneous coronary artery dissection, Jacqueline Saw, Canada

1415 - 1500

ANZET Early Career Research Competition

 

1500 - 1510

1510 - 1520

1520 - 1530

ANZET18 Live Cases: 1 year outcomes

Live Cases from The Prince Charles Hospital, Brisbane

Live Cases from Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney

Live Cases from Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast

1530 - 1600

Afternoon Tea
Exhibition Area

1600 - 1715

Live Case Session - Leipzig Heart Centre

1715 - 1730

Lecture 3
Valve-in-valve intervention, Simon Redwood, UK

1730 - 1745

Lecture 4
LAA closure: Where are we up to with the evidence, Jacqueline Saw, Canada 

1745 - 1800

Lecture 5
Cathlab research: How to succeed, Simon Redwood, UK      

1740 - 1840

Mini Oral Presentations and Poster Session

1930 - Late

ANZET Gala Dinner
Panorama Ballroom, Adelaide Convention Centre

 

Saturday 10th August

0700 - 1800

Registration Desk Open

0730 - 0815

Interventional Breakfast
Combination anti-thombotic therapy for the interventionalist:  Where are we now? Derek Chew

Topic TBC, Philip Aylward

0830 - 0850

Lecture 6 
Innovations in Interventional Cardiology, Alan Yeung, USA 

0850 - 0910 Lecture 7
Cardiogenic shock and management by mechanical circulatory support, David McGiffin, VIC
0910 - 1030 Live Case Session - Monash Medical Centre

1030 - 1100

Morning Tea
Exhibition Area

1100 - 1115

Lecture 8
Improving health care quality in the cath lab - lessons from the airline industry, William Lombardi, USA

1115 - 1130

Lecture 9
Coronary calcification - the Achilles heel of the interventionist, Alan Yeung, USA

 1130 - 1215

Geoff Mews Memorial Fellows' Prize Abstracts 

1215 - 1330

Lunch and Mini Oral sessions 
Exhibition Area

1215 - 1315

Industry Lunch Sessions

1330 - 1500

ANZET Wet Lab

1330 - 1400

1400 - 1430

1430 - 1500

ANZET Workshop Session 1 - more details to come

ANZET Workshop Session 2 - more details to come

ANZET Workshop Session 3 - more details to come

 1500 - 1530

Afternoon Tea 
Exhibition Area

1530 - 1700

ANZET/CSANZ joint session: Interventional session for general cardiologists
Click here for session details

1530 - 1545

Lecture 10
Low-risk TAVI: What's Next? Simon Redwood, UK

1545 - 1615

Point/Counterpoint: Cerebral protection for TAVI: an essential tool 

Pro: Alan Yeung, USA
Con: Simon Redwood, UK
Moderator: Jacqueline Saw, Canada

1615 - 1630

Lecture 11
Interventional echo imaging for the aortic and mitral valve: state of the art, Partho Sengupta, USA 

1630 - 1740

Live Case Session - Monash Medical Centre

1745 - 1845

Interventional Council AGM
Riverbank Rooms 6 and 7

1745 - 1845

Interventional Nurses Council AGM
Riverbank Room 4

Sunday 11th August

 
Affiliates' Symposium program
Structural Symposium program
Coronary Symposium program

Affiliates' Symposium

0900 - 1030

Chairs: Barbara Copus, SA and Jim Crowhurst, QLD

0900 - 0930

Cardiogenic shock, oxygen therapy and circulatory support in MI, David Sparv, Sweden

0930 - 1000 Management of Different types of circulatory support in the CCL IABP vs Impella vs ECMO
1000 - 1015 Cardiac Arrest in the Cath lab – which model of care do we adopt? Deb Bick
1015 - 1030 Abstract Paper
1030 - 1100 Morning Tea - Exhibition Area
1100 - 1230 Chairs: David Sparv, Sweden
1100 - 1115 Abstract Paper
1115 - 1135

Quality in the cath lab: What is needed to establish a quality programme? David Sparv, Sweden

1135 - 1150 Radiation metrics in the cath labs, what are all the different measures and which are important? Jim Crowhurst, QLD
1150 - 1210 Panel Discussion: Staffing models in regional and metro hospitals
1210 - 1225 The Journey to a new hospital, Barbara Copus, SA
1240 - 1330 Lunchtime Plenary Session 
Lunch available in-session
My most interesting, instructive, imposing or impressive case and Meeting close
1240 - 1250 Alan Yeung, USA
1250 - 1300 Simon Redwood, UK 
1300 - 1310 Jacqueline SawCanada
1310 - 1320 William Lombardi, USA
1320 - 1330 Meeting Close

 

 

Structural Symposium

0900 - 1030

TAVI
Chairs: Tony Walton, VIC and Rohan Bhagwandeen, NSW

0900 - 0920

TAVI durability, Dion Stub, VIC

0920 - 0940 Valve in valve TAVR, Alan Yeung, USA
0940 - 1000 How to tackle bicuspid anatomy, Ravinay Bhindi, NSW
1000 - 1015 Vascular access in contemporary TAVI, Ajay Sinhal, SA
1015 - 1030 Trans-caval TAVI – step by step, Simon Redwood, UK 
1030 - 1100 Morning Tea - Exhibition Area
1100 - 1230

Anything but TAVI
Chairs: David Muller and Sharad Shetty

1100 - 1120

Evolving trans-catheter Mitral therapies, Simon Redwood,UK

1120 - 1140 Mitraclip after COAPT and Mitra FR, Tony Walton, VIC
1140 - 1200 Management of complications with LAA closure, Jacqueline Saw, Canada
1200 - 1215 Paravalvular leaks
1215 - 1230 How to do a tricuspid valve in valve, Sanjeevan Pasupati, NZ
1240 - 1330 Lunchtime Plenary Session
Lunch available in-session 
My most interesting, instructive, imposing or impressive case and Meeting close
See Affiliates' Symposium for details

 

Coronary Symposium

0900 - 1030

Chairs: Omar Farouque, VIC and Sidney Lo, NSW

0900 - 0915

Controversies and pitfalls in coronary physiology, Abdul Ihdayhid, VIC

0915 - 0930 The evidence is clear, IVUS should be routine in complex PCI, Scott Harding, NZ 
0930 - 0945 Contrast nephropathy and Ultra low contrast PCI, David Clark, VIC
0945 - 1000 Bailout bifurcation stenting, Nigel Jepson, NSW 
1000 - 1015 Optimising outcomes in left main PCI, Alan Yeung, USA 
1015 - 1030 Panel Discussion
1030 - 1100 Morning Tea - Exhibition Area
1100 - 1230 Chairs: Scott Harding, NZ and Wiliam Lombardi, USA
1100 - 1115 CTO PCI – where are we in 2019, James Sapontis, VIC 
1115 - 1130 Shock wave – the solution to calcified lesions? Jithendra Somaratne, NZ
1130 - 1145 Current role of drug coated balloons 
1145 - 1200 CHIP, what is it? Who should have it? And who should do it? William Lombardi, USA
1200 - 1215 Complication management all PCI operators should know 
1215 - 1230 Panel Discussion
1240 - 1330 Lunchtime Plenary Session
Lunch available in-session 
My most interesting, instructive, imposing or impressive case and Meeting close 
See Affiliates' Symposium for details

 

 

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