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Cardiology in the Young

April 14 @ 8:00 am - April 16 @ 6:20 pm

DAY 1: Imaging
  • Diagnostic strategies and challenges
  • Cardiac modelling
  • Assessing functions

 

DAY 2: Treating patient
  • Catheter interventions
  • Surgical challenges: small left ventricular outflow tract, tricuspid valve
  • Mechanical ventricular support
DAY 3: Outcomes
  • Cardiac surgery mortality rates
  • Going beyond mortality
  • Implication for practise
Breakfast sessions:
  • 3D Echocardiography dataset manipulation
  • MRI Segmentation
  • NIRS
  • Cardiac anatomy demonstration
  • Mechanical support devices
Other topics:
  • What’s new
  • Jeopardy Session: Best Choice Treatment

Monday 14th April: IMAGING

08.00 – 08.55 Registration
08.55 – 09.00 Opening
09.00 – 10.40 Session 1 – Diagnostic strategies and challenges
09.00 – 09.20 3D/4D imaging: why it makes a difference

V. Muthurangu (London)

09.20 – 09.40 Cross-section imaging prior cavopulmonary connection

M. Hughes (London)

09.40 – 10.00 Contrast CT: increasing resolution and reducing radiation

TBC

10.00 – 10.40 Debate: Diagnostic angiography is obsolete in 2014

For – A. Taylor (London) Against – D. Schranz (Giessen)

10.40 – 11.10 Coffee break
11.10 – 12.30 Session 2 – All about function
11.10 – 11.30 Myocardial mechanics: recent developments and future visions

Bart Bijnens (Barcelona)

11.30 – 11.50 Stressing the system: more information from imaging

V. Muthurangu (London)

11.50 – 12.10 Exercise tests guide patients clinical management

A. Giardini (London)

12.10 – 12.30 Myocardial synchrony assessment should be a routine in 2014

J. Marek (London)

12.30 – 13.30 LUNCH
13.30 – 14.30 Session 3 – Modelling the heart: new information
14.30 – 14.50 Cardiac morphology: next generation still needs it!

A.Cook (London)

14.50 – 15.10 Modelling outflow tracts help stent valves implantation

S. Schievano (London)

15.10 – 15.30 Modelling the single ventricle: new insights to support clinical decision making

T-Y. Hsia (London)

15.30-16.00 Joint cardiac conference – Case presentations

Luke Sterling and Henning Clausen (London)

16.00 – 16.20 BREAK
16.20 – 17.00 Session 4 – Joint cardiac conference – Case discussions
16.20 – 16.30 Decisions Team 1 – UK (O. Stumper, A. Hasan, D. Barron)
16.30 – 16.40 Decisions Team 2 – Europe (D.Schranz, P. Ewert, M.Hazekamp)
16.40 – 16.50 Decisions Team 3 – North America (W. Gaynor, R. Chaturvedi, C. Fraser)
16.50 – 17.00 Discussion
17.00 – 17.40 Cardiology in the Young lecture: Primary prevention of cardiovascular disease

Professor Aroon Hingorani (London)

  Tuesday 15th April: TREATING PATIENT

07.30 – 08.00 Registration for delegates attending the Breakfast Sessions
08.00 – 08.45 Breakfast workshops
MRI/CT segmentation Oliver Tann (London)
NIRS Aparna Hoskote (London)
Cardiac Anatomy Demonstration Andrew Cook (London)
3D echo post-processing Michelle Carr (London)
Berlin Heart VAD Ann Karimova (London)
08.30 – 09.00 Registration and coffee
09.00 – 10.45 Session 5 – Catheter interventions
09.00 – 09.25 Can we reliably select patients who would benefit from intrauterine interventions?

R. Chaturvedi (Toronto)

09.25 – 09.50 Angiography and interventions: the privilege of specialised services

G. Derrick (London)

09.50 – 10.15 Hybrid interventions improve outcomes and save money

D. Schranz (Giessen)

10.15 – 10.45 Judge and Jury: RVOT stent offer better palliation than BT shunt

For – O. Stumper (Birmingham) Against – D. Anderson (London)

10.45 – 11.10 BREAK
11.10 – 12.30 Session 6 – Surgical challenges part I: Small left ventricular outflow tract
11.10 – 11.30 Morphology of left ventricular outflow tract

R. Anderson (UK&USA)

11.30 – 11.50 Left ventricular outflow tract in ventriculo-arterial concordance

M. Hazekamp (Leiden)

11.50 – 12.10 Left ventricular outflow tract in ventriculo-arterial discordance

M. Kostolny (London)

12.10 – 12.30 Left ventricular outflow tract in double-outlet right ventricle

P. del Nido (Boston)

12.30 – 13.30 LUNCH
13.30 – 14.50 Session 7 – Surgical challenges part II: Tricuspid valve
13.30 – 13.50 Natural history of tricuspid valve

S. Cullen (London)

13.50 – 14.10 Tricuspid valve in subpulmonary ventricle

V. Tsang (London)

14.10 – 14.30 Tricuspid valve in systemic ventricle

D. Barron (Birmingham)

14.30 – 14.50 AV valve in functionally single ventricle

P. del Nido (Boston)

14.50-15.10 BREAK
15.10 – 17.00 Session 8 – Mechanical ventricular support
15.10 – 15.30 Bridging children to cardiac transplantation: UK experience

A. Karimova (London)

15.30 – 15.50 Bridging children to cardiac transplantation: North American experience

C. Fraser (Houston)

15.50 – 16.10 First clinical experience with new paediatric devices

O. Miera (Berlin)

16.10 – 16.30 Right ventricular failure in children supported with VAD

T. Dominguez (London)

16.30 – 17.00 Mechanical cardiac support for failing Fontan: What would I do?

W. Gaynor (Philadelphia)

A. Hasan (Newcastle)

 

17.00 – 17.40 Waterston Lecture: Low birth weight neonates with complex CHD: where are the surgical boundaries?

Professor Charles Fraser (Houston)

17.45 onwards Drinks reception for delegates and faculty

 Wednesday 16th April: OUTCOMES

07.30 – 08.00 Registration for delegates attending the Breakfast Sessions
08.00 – 08.45 MRI/CT segmentation Oliver Tann (London)
NIRS Aparna Hoskote (London)
Cardiac Anatomy Demonstration Andrew Cook (London)
3D echo post-processing Michelle Carr (London)
Berlin Heart VAD Ann Karimova (London)
08.30 – 09.00 Registration and coffee
09.00 – 10.20 Session 9 – Going beyond mortality I
09.00 – 09.20 Surgical morbidities – which ones are important and how should we monitor them?

W. Gaynor (Philadelphia)

09.20 – 09.40 What do our patients tell us about their experiences and outcomes?

J. Wray (London)

09.40 – 10.00 30 years of the arterial switch operation at GOSH

V. Tsang (London)

10.00 – 10.20 Measures of neuro-developmental outcome in CHD – which are the important ones and how should we follow them?

B. Marino (Cincinnati)

10.20-10.50 Break
10.50 – 12.30 Session 10 – Going beyond mortality II
10.50 – 11.10 30 year outcomes of complete repair for tetralogy of Fallot

W. Brawn (Birmingham)

11.10 – 11.30 Percutaneous transcatheter pulmonary valve implantation: concerns rising?

P. Ewert (Munich)

11.30 – 11.50 Is it cost effective to treat patients with of tetralogy of Fallot?

R. Hunter (London)

11.50 – 12.30 Bonham Carter Lecture: What we do not know about tetralogy of Fallot

Dr. Kate Bull (London)

12.30-13.30 Lucnh
13.30 – 15.00 Session 11 – Implications for practice
13.30 – 13.50 Are there any modifiable risk factors for neuro-developmental outcome in CHD?

B. Gaynor (Philadelphia)

13.50 – 14.10 Determinants of quality of life in children and young people with congenital heart disease

B. Marino (Cincinnati)

14.30 – 15.00 Debate: All patients should be managed according to a standardised follow up pathway or SCAMP

For – A. Goldman (London) Against – S. Qureshi (London)

15.00 – 15.30 Break
15.30 – 17.30 Session 12 – Cardiac surgery mortality rates – joint session with national congenital heart audit (NICOR)
15.30 – 15.50 National audit for cardiovascular disease

J. Deanfield (London)

15.50 – 16.10 Communicating health related risk of mortality to the public

D. Spiegelhalter (Cambridge)

16.10 – 16.30 How do adult cardiac surgeons report outcomes and has this been useful?

B. Bridgewater

16.30 – 16.50 The risks and benefits of risk adjustment for paediatric cardiac surgery

M. Utley (London)

16.50 – 17.30 Professor Sir Bruce Keogh (NHS medical director) to close the meeting
17.30 – 17.50  

Break

17.50 – 18.20 NICOR Business Meeting

Details

Start:
April 14 @ 8:00 am
End:
April 16 @ 6:20 pm

Venue

Kennedy Lecture Theatre
UCL Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, London, Select a State: WC1N 1EH United Kingdom
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Organizer

UCL Institute of Child Health
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http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ich

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