VEITH-TCT Co-Branded Sessions
SESSION 23: GENERALITIES IN THE ENDOVASCULAR AND OPEN TREATMENT OF LOWER EXTREMITY OCCLUSIVE LESIONS
SESSION 24: PROGRESS IN STENT BASED TREATMENTS, ATHERECTOMY AND LITHOPLASTY (LITHOTRIPSY) FOR LOWER EXTREMITY OCCLUSIVE LESIONS
SESSION 25: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN LOWER EXTREMITY RELATED TOPICS: DOWNSIDE OF DCBS: THE PACLITAXEL COATED DEVICES INCREASE MORTALITY ISSUE
SESSION 26: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN DRUG COATED BALLOONS (DCBS) AND OTHER DEVICES FOR TREATING LOWER EXTREMITY OCCLUSIVE LESIONS; RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS (RCTS) AND BTK TREATMENTS (5- AND 4-MINUTE SHORT SUMMARY [SS] TALKS)
SESSION 27: EXOTIC AND EXTREME NEW TREATMENTS FOR VERY DISTAL LOWER EXTREMITY OCCLUSIVE DISEASE CAUSING SEVERE CHRONIC LIMB THREATENING ISCHEMIA (CLTI): HOW TO SAVE THE “NO OPTION FOR TREATMENT” LIMB AND THE “DESERT FOOT” WITH NO PATENT TARGET ARTERIES
SESSION 28: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN LOWER EXTREMITY IN STENT RESTENOSIS (ISR); SELF-EXPANDING STENT-GRAFTS (VIABAHN); HEPARIN BONDING; ARTERIAL CALCIFICATION; UNUSUAL LOWER EXTREMITY STENTS AND THE IMPORTANCE OF HEPARIN BONDING TO PTFE GRAFTS AND DCB INFLATION PRESSURES (SEE ALSO SESSION 59)
SESSION 29: UPDATES ON LOWER EXTREMITY CLTI GUIDELINES, RCTS AND FOOT PERFUSION INDICATORS
SESSION 30: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE TREATMENT OF LOWER EXTREMITY INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION (IC) AND ACUTE LIMB ISCHEMIA (ALI)
SESSION 31: ADVANCES IN MEDICAL TREATMENTS, ANTI-ATHEROGENIC DRUGS AND CARDIAC AND CORONARY ARTERY RISK EVALUATION IN PATIENTS WITH VASCULAR DISEASE
SESSION 32: MORE ADVANCES IN MEDICAL TREATMENTS; MORE ABOUT NEW DRUGS; STEM CELL TREATMENTS; CATHETER BASED TREATMENTS FOR RESISTANT HYPERTENSION

CRF ENDOVASCULAR TRAINING PAVILION

Expert guided professional education is the lifeblood of all medical training. The VEITH-TCT Alliance seeks to capture the essence of this type of education by providing small group, expert proctored educational sessions at this year’s meeting. All hands-on training workshops will be held in the Americas Hall 2 on the 3rd Floor. These are NON-CME programs concentrated to 90 minutes in which attendees will have intensive exposure to cutting edge techniques. Registration is first come, first served with a nominal fee required to hold your place. There will be 4 sessions each day, and participants may only register for ONE workshop each day.

The first day (Thursday, November 21st) focuses on the core competency of obtaining alternate vascular access in the tibial and pedal vessels as well in the radial artery. In this small group workshop, attendees will work in groups of 4-5 with a faculty preceptor to perform ultrasound guided tibiopedal access and radial access using contemporary access techniques and devices. Faculty will review tips and tricks for successful access and hemostasis.

The second day (Friday, November 22nd) focuses on best in class technologies to manage complex femoropopliteal disease. Each of the sessions will feature four different groups of technologies required to address management of complex lesions such as long segment disease, CTO, and heavy calcification. After an introduction, small groups will rotate through each of the four workstations where expert faculty proctors will review indications and lead attendees through hands-on demonstrations of key technologies including guidewires, atherectomy devices, stents and balloons.

Hands-on Training Workshops are non-CME accredited.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2019 –TIBIOPEDAL AND RADIAL ACCESS

Hands-On Demonstrations With Cadaveric Legs And Radial Models, Equipment/Devices, And Imaging Featuring Cadaveric Legs (Led By Expert Faculty)

In this small group workshop, attendees will work in groups of 4-5 with a faculty preceptor to perform ultrasound guided tibiopedal access and radial access using contemporary access techniques and devices. Faculty will review tips and tricks for successful access and hemostasis. Hands-on workshops are restricted to 40 attendees. Attendees MUST pre-register for these sessions, as on-site registration will be limited. Registrants can only attend ONE workshop each day.

Overview
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  1. Understand the anatomic location of vascular access sites in the lower extremity and in the radial artery
  2. Apply real-time 2D ultrasound imaging to identify alternate access sites
  3. Perform ultrasound guided vascular access in cadaveric limbs and vascular models with expert proctors

Target Audience: Physicians and Fellows

Training: Endovascular Pavilion - Tibiopedal and Radial Access

Day 1
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: America's Hall 2, 3rd Floor

CRF Endovascular Training Pavilion

90 Minutes
Training Workshop Faculty: TBD

10 Minutes
Introduction: The Need for Guided Alternate Access (Tibiopedal and Radial)

80 Minutes (2 - 40 Minute Rotations)

Rotation #1 (40 Minutes)
Hands-On Demonstrations with Cadaveric Legs Equipment/Devices, and Imaging Featuring Cadaveric Legs Led by Expert Faculty
  • Access Devices
  • Imaging Devices

Rotation #2 (40 Minutes)
Hands-On Demonstrations with Radial Models, Equipment/Devices, and Imaging Led by Expert Faculty
  • Access Devices
  • Imaging Devices

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2019
Day 2
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Room: America's Hall 2, 3rd Floor
CRF Endovascular Training Pavilion

Objectives: Upon completion of this non-CME activity, the attendee should be able to:

  1. Understand challenging anatomic and clinical scenarios in femoropopliteal intervention
  2. Review Options for complex lesion crossing
  3. Identify scenarios and techniques for optimal debulking of calcified and complex lesions
  4. Demonstrate competency in delivering optimal definitive therapy including stents and drug delivery technologies

SFA Intervention: Complex Lesion Management

10 Minutes Introduction: Introducing Unmet Needs – Complex Lesions, Definitive Treatment Options, And Debulking
      Sahil A. Parikh, MD
Rotation #1
20 Minutes Wires and Definitive Treatment Options
Faculty TBD.
Rotation #2
20 Minutes Wires and Debulking and Definitive Treatment Options
Rotation #3
20 Minutes Definitive Treatment Options, Debulking, And Complex Lesions
Rotation #4
20 Minutes Calcium Management Techniques Featuring

Click here to register for VEITHsymposium 2019

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2019

VEITH-TCT INNOVATIONS SUMMIT
Location: Murray Hill Suites, 2nd Floor

The Innovations Summit at VEITH-TCT embrace the central role of clinical unmet needs driving innovation. In each one-hour session, a clinical case will be presented, demonstrating significant clinical challenges that are currently vexing, followed by a panel discussion. Next, a State-of-the-Art lecture will highlight all the contemporary techniques relevant to the unmet clinical need, and then TWO technologies will be featured as potential breakthrough technologies or approaches. Extended panel discussion will ensue. Audience members will be engaged in all aspects of the program along with multidisciplinary expert panelists from the clinical and business worlds.

7:45 - 8:00 Introduction to Innovations
Juan F. Granada, MD
Kenneth Ouriel, MD, MBA
SESSION 1
ALTERNATE ACCESS - RADIAL AND PEDAL
Moderators: Robert A. Lookstein, MD, MHCDL
Sahil A. Parikh, MD
SESSION 2
LARGE BORE ACCESS AND CLOSURE
Moderators: Alan B. Lumsden, MD
Martin B. Leon, MD
SESSION 3
CLI - PERFUSION CHALLENGES
Moderators: Miguel F. Montero-Baker, MD
Kenneth Ouriel, MD, MBA
SESSION 4
CLI - NO OPTION PATIENTS
Moderators: Jihad A. Mustapha, MD
Craig M. Walker, MD
SESSION 5
SFA - ENSURING LONG-TERM PATENCY
Moderators: Juan F. Granada, MD
Sahil Parikh, MD
SESSION 6
VENOUS DISEASE: PULMONARY EMBOLISM INTERVENTION - PART 1
Moderators: Robert A. Lookstein, MD, MHCDL
Kenneth Rosenfield, MD
SESSION 7
VENOUS DISEASE: PULMONARY EMBOLISM INTERVENTION - PART 2
Moderators: Michael R. Jaff, DO
Herb Aronow, MD
Discussion
SESSION 8
TAVR - STEP BY STEP
Moderators: Susheel Kodali, MD
Martin B. Leon, MD
3:10-3:25 State-of-the-Art Lecture: The Safest TAVRs Ever Conducted
     Martin B. Leon, MD
[Cleveland Clinic]
Frank J Veith Society
Endovenous Management





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