Imprint

 

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

 

 

 Saturday, February 24th, 2018

 Imaging day

 Schulungszentrum University Hospital Zurich  (click to enlarge)

The first edition of the MIM will be a joint-meeting with the MVM. It will be an afternoon symposium for imaging related specifically to the Mitral- as well as Tricuspid Valve. During this meeting it will be not only informed about what imaging technique should be used when, but also explain exactly why and how.

   

13:00 – 13:15

Welcome – Introduction – Targets

   

13:15 – 13:30

The role of imaging

 

     

13:30 – 13:45

Disease & Decision oriented imaging

Patient stage: Prevention and Diagnostic

Presentation 1

 

     

13:45 – 14:15

Discussion round including questions & answers (specific guided pathway with clips, snapchat)

 
     
14:15  14:30

Therapy & Device guidance oriented imaging

Patient stage: Preparation and Treatment

 
     
14:30  15:15

Discussion round including questions and answers

 
     
15:15  15:30

Coffee break

 
     
15:30  15:45

Quality and Follow-Up oriented imaging

Patient stage: Follow-Up

 
     
15:45  16:15

Discussion round including questions and answers

 
     
16:15  16:30

The future of imaging: multivariable Fusion

 
     
16:30  16:45

Closing

 
     

 

 Sunday, February 25th, 2018

 Workshop day

 Schulungszentrum University Hospital Zurich  (click to enlarge)

Workshop day is organized in collaboration with the Heart Lab Foundation. The objective is to fill the gap of knowledge among heart specialists, to get informed around the latest news in the field of transcatheter mitral and tricuspid interventions. You will be able to choose up to 4 out of small group workshops according to your interests. All workshops are intended to be hands-on with active participation of the audience. Anatomy workshop will focus on the anatomical details which are meaningful for mitral and tricuspid interventions. Tricuspid workshop focuses on depth on techniques and technologies to treat TR. Mitraclip beginner and advanced workshops will cover the full spectrum of this therapy. Innovation workshop is the place to be for those who are interested to understand the secrets of innovation and how ideas are brought into clinical practice. Imaging plays an important role in interventions and will be displayed in the CT and echo workshops. Surgery for interventionalists and wire skills for surgeons are crosstraining workshops dedicated to fill the gap of training. One workshop will focus on annuloplasty, the raising star in transcatheter mitral repair.

   

 

 

 

 

 Monday, February 26th, 2018

 Mitral day

 Audimax, ETH Zurich  (click to enlarge)

The first day we focus on surgical and interventional mitral replacement, while keeping you posted with latest news on repair. Interventional mitral valve replacement introduces new issues and discussions. Live cases will inspire the debates. Innovation breaking news will bring the lates updates from new techniques and devices. The program covers both surgical and interventional solutions and will merge knowledge from both fields, offering an unique opportunity of networking. All participants can interact with the audience and bring opinions, questions, doubts and suggestions: be ready to share your experience!

 

07:00 – 08:00

Breakfast Session

 
  • Diagnostics Live
     

08:00 – 09:00

Opening session

The big picture: 2018….Mitral and Tricuspid are center stage

 

  • Follow up of live cases 2017

 

 
  • The most important discoveries of  2017

 

 
  • What will happen in the next 5 years?
 
 
  • Education for the future
 
   

 

09:00 – 12:00

Live cases (surgical and interventional mitral valve repair)

 

 

  • Innovation in imaging, 3D printing, simulation training

 

 
  • Breaking news, imaging and trial data snapshots on mitral valve repair and replacement
 
     
12:00 – 12:30

Keynote lecture

 
 
  • How to predict the future of Mitral and Tricuspid Interventions: a day in the life of a Wall Street analyst …
 
     

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch Symposia

 

 

 

13:30 – 15:30

Case-based Review of current technologies for mitral repair

 

 

Case #1: a heart failure patient with severe FMR

 
 
  • Case presentation
 
 
  • Live in a box
 
 
  • Alternative solutions
 
 
  • COAPT trial: what if comes negative?
 
 
  • COAPT trial: what if comes positive?
 
 

Case #2: an intermediate risk patient with DMR and AFib

 
 
  • Case presentation
 
 
  • Live in a box
 
 
  • Alternative solutions
 

 

  • Do we need a trial for DMR?

 

 

  • Combination of mitral repair and LAA occlusion, PCI, TAVI…

 

 

  • NOACS and structural interventions
   

15:30 – 16:30

When repair is not possible…: state of the art TMVI

 
 
  • State of the art TMVI: devices in clinical trials
 
 
  • State of the art TMVI: devices in early feasibility trials
 
 
  • State of the art TMVI: devices in in preclinical stage
 
     

16:30 – 18:30

Case-based Review of current technologies for mitral repair and replacement

 

Case #3: an intermediate risk patient with severe MAC and MR

 
 
  • Case presentation
 
 
  • Live in a box
 
 
  • Alternative solutions
 
 
  • Procedural planning and decision making
 
 

Case #4: an intermediate risk patient with severe MR following MitraClip

 
 
  • Case presentation
 
 
  • Live in a box
 
 
  • Alternative solutions
 
 
  • How to improve long-term durability of transcatheter repair
 
     

18:30 – 19:00

Final grand round:

 

 

P2 prolapse: the problem all want to treat: a case-based competition among Conventional surgery,  Robotics, transcatheter leaflet repair

 
     
19:00

Adjourn, and evening events

 
     
 

 

 

 Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

 Mitral and tricuspid day

 Audimax, ETH Zurich  (click to enlarge)

The second day we focus on tricuspid repair, in the context of mitral interventions and as a stand alone procedure. Two live cases will inspire the debates, and innovation breaking news will bring the latest updates from new techniques and devices. The program covers both surgical and interventional solutions and will merge knowledge from both fields, offering an unique opportunity of networking. All participants can interact with the audience and bring opinions, questions, doubts and suggestions: be ready to share your experience!

     
07:00 – 08:00

Breakfast Session

 
 
  • Diagnostics Live
 
     

08:00 – 09:00

Tricuspid valve: still forgotten?

 

 
  • Epidemiology of TR
 
 
  • Tricuspid vs mitral: an anatomical journey
 
 
  • Tricuspid vs mitral: imaging challenges
 
 
  • Assessment of severity of TR
 
     

09:00 – 12:00

Live cases (surgical and interventional tricuspid valve repair)

 
 
  • Innovation in imaging, 3D printing, simulation training
 
 
  • Breaking news, imaging and trial data snapshots on tricuspid valve repair and replacement
 
     

12:00 – 12:30

Keynote lecture: Future of valve replacement is regenerative medicine

 

     

12:30 – 13:30

Lunch sessions

   

13:30 – 16:00

Case-based Review of current technologies for tricuspid repair and replacement

 

Case #5: a patient with severe FMR and TR

 
  • Case presentation
 
 
  • Live in a box
 
 
  • Alternative solutions
 
 
  • Who are the patients who are treated today?
 
 

Case #6: a patient with degenerative tricuspid prosthesis

 
 
  • Case presentation
 
 
  • Live in a box
 
 
  • Alternative solutions
 
 
  • Antithrombotic therapy
 
 

Case #7: a patient with PM induced TR

 
 
  • Case presentation
 
 
  • Live in a box
 
 
  • Alternative solutions
 
 
  • Leadless Pacemaker: state of the art
 
     

16:00 – 17:00

Future of tricuspid valve interventions

 

 
  • Is TR a culprit or a signal?
 
 
  • What can we offer to TR patients today?
 

 

  • TR and heart failure: a challenging couple
 
 
  • TR and Afib: an underestimated issue?
 
 
  • Extreme position 1: TR should never be treated, patients are too end stage
 
 
  • Extreme position 2: TR should never develop, patients should be treated before right ventricular involvement takes the stage
 
 
  • Negotiation
 
     

17:00

Good bye

 

 

 
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