Friday September 16

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  |  Aortic dissection
    Natzi Sakalihasan, Christoph Nienaber
  Diagnostic algorithm for acute aortic dissection – imaging and biomarkers, Toru Suzuki PDF Presentation
 08.40  Therapeutic pathways in acute aortic dissection, Cesare Quarto PDF Presentation
 08.50  Individualized risk assessment in type B aortic dissection, Rachel Clough 
 09.00  Can we predict aortic size PRIOR to dissection? Yes! John Elefteriades PDF Presentation
 09.10  Computational modelling of type B aortic dissection: does it help manage patients? Barry Doyle PDF Presentation
 09.20  Initial experience in dissection of aorta in Nepal, Yadav Bhatta PDF Presentation
 09.30  Keynote lecture. TBA, Christoph Nienaber PDF Presentation
 09.40  Discussion
  Coffee break
   |  Challenging cases of aortic dissection
    Firas Mussa, Jean-Olivier Defraigne
 10.30  Aortic dissection – the great masquerader, James Yeh PDF Presentation
 10.40  Proximal aortic dissection – the role of the frozen elephant, Heinz Jakob PDF Presentation
 10.50  Proximal aortic dissection – the emerge of TEVAR, George Asimakopoulos PDF Presentation
 11.00  Staged repair of complex aortic dissection – safer or superfluous? Jullien Gaer PDF Presentation
 11.10  Retrograde aortic dissection after TEVAR: incidence, risk factors, precautions and treatment, Firas Mussa PDF Presentation
 11.20  Positive family history of aortic dissection dramatically increases dissection risk in family members,
John Elefteriades
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 11.30  Clinical outcomes of TBADs in patients with connective tissue diseases (Marfans, Loeys-Dietz, etc.) are worse than in those without, Firas Mussa PDF Presentation 
 11.40  Case presentation and discussion: Severe lower extremity malperfusion in a patient with acute type A dissection, what is the priority? Vincent Tchana-Sato PDF Presentation
 11.50  Type B aortic dissection in the patient with MYLK variants. What is the best solution: TEVAR or open repair? Vincent Tchana-Sato PDF Presentation
 12.00  Questions to experts and panel discussion
 12.30  Lunch break
 |  TEVAR for TAA
    Eric Verhoeven, Hans-Henning Eckstein
 13.30  Open surgical conversion after TEVAR: incidence and treatment options, Domenico Baccellieri PDF Presentation
 13.39  Spinal cord ischemia in TAAA branched grafting, Eric Verhoeven PDF Presentation
 13.48  CSF drainage in TEVAR: anesthetic considerations, Gregory Hans PDF Presentation
 13.57  Neuromonitoring using motor and somatosensory evoked potentials in aortic surgery, John Elefteriades PDF Presentation
 14.06  Is there an increased risk to more complex fenestrated EVAR? Eric Verhoeven PDF Presentation
 14.15  Fenestrated and branched grafts: lessons after four years of the Windows trial, Jean-Pierre Becquemin PDF Presentation
 14.24  Consensus exercise on management of thoracic and thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms in the United Kingdom, Srinivasa R. Vallabhaneni PDF Presentation
 14.33  Type B dissection: update on indications and results using a pragmatic policy, Fabien Koskas PDF Presentation
 14.42  Ask to experts and panel discussion
  |  Potpourri related with aortic diseases
    Colin D. Bicknell, Apostolos Tassiopoulos
 15.00  Radiation protection for patient and staff during routine EVAR and TEVAR procedures, Miltos Matsagas PDF Presentation
 15.08  Management aortic coarctation in 2016: surgery vs endovascular treatment, Colin D. Bicknell PDF Presentation
 15.16  Management of graft infection after EVAR-TEVAR. Can PET-CT predict the outcome of prosthetic graft infections?
Natzi Sakalihasan
PDF Presentation
 15.32  Extra anatomic bypass for congenital and acquired disorders of the thoracic aorta: indications, technique, results, 
Valeri Arakelyan
PDF Presentation
 15.47  Keynote lecture. Medical errors during endovascular treatment for aortic diseases. How can we avoid them?
Colin D. Bicknell
  PDF Presentation
 15.57  Discussion
    Short communications from selected papers
  16.20  • Incidence, treatment and long-term clinical outcome in patients with aortic graft infections, Jennifer Pettersson PDF Presentation
 16.25  • Sex differences in outcomes after AAA repair in the United Kingdom, Matthew Bown
 16.30  • Explantation of a fenestrated abdominal endograft with autologeous venous econstruction for infection,
  Catherine Terry
 16.40  Coffee break
  |  Generalities on EVAR
    Nicos Labropoulos, Isabelle Van Herzeele
 17.10  Impact of geometry and respiratory-induced deformation during snorkel/chimney and fenestrated endografts for complex abdominal aortic aneurysms, Ronald Dalman
 17.20  Flow characteristics of Type II endoleaks. Does it matter? Nicos Labropoulos PDF Presentation
 17.30  Invisible endoleak after stent graft: a ghost or a myth? Eric Allaire
 17.40  Apposition of the endograft post-EVAR. Improved technique to calculate and its importance to predict failure,
Jean-Paul de Vries
 17.50  Patients’ compliance with post-EVAR follow-up and its impact on the outcome, Athanasios Giannoukas PDF Presentation
 18.00  Early and long-term outcomes after open or endovascular repair for abdominal aortic aneurysms in high-risk patients, Domenico Palombo 
 18.10  Renal function is the main predictor of acute kidney injury after endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, Thanos Saratzis PDF Presentation
 18.20  Is there a role for use of endoanchors in EVAR or TEVAR procedures? Apostolos Tassiopoulos PDF Presentation
 18.30  Profile of secondary interventions after EVAR in current practice: how are they triggered and what are the implications for surveillance? Srinivasa R. Vallabhaneni PDF Presentation
 18.50  Case presentation, Isabelle Van Herzeele PDF Presentation
 19.00  Questions to experts and panel discussion
 19.15  End of the sessions