HEART TEAM SUMMIT

Program

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All Sessions are held at the Centaur Theatre except for the luncheons on Thursday and Friday. The luncheons will held at the Hotel Nelligan.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 2017
13:00-15:00 The Clinical Challenges with the Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) Co-Chairs: Jean-François Tanguay and Mark Liszkowski
 

Learning Objectives

Share knowledge through presentations and case discussions for the management of shock, post cardiac arrest care and hemodynamic support of patients.
Develop optimal clinical approaches to manage the OHCA patient based on the heart team approach to improve short and long-term outcomes.
Recognize the multisystem aspects of cardiogenic shock and the importance of efficient investigation, prognostication, and therapy.
Know when and how to use new ventricular support devices during percutaneous high-risk coronary revascularisation including specific technical tips and tricks.
Apply updates based on current

13:00-13:05 Introduction Jean-François Tanguay and Mark Liszkowski
13:05-13:30 Update from the Guidelines Graham Wong
13:30-13:45 Best practices in hypothermia Anique Ducharme
13:45-14:00 Best practices in neuroprognostication Francis Bernard
14:00-14:45 Interactive case discussions Panel
14:45-14:50 Conclusion Jean-François Tanguay and Mark Liszkowski
14:50-15:10
Coffee Break and Poster Session
15:10-17:15 Shock Patient: From the field to the cath lab and to the CICU Co-Chairs: Yoan Lamarche and Marc Jolicoeur
15:10-15:15 Introduction Yoan Lamarche and Marc Jolicoeur
15:15-15:35 Clinical approach to shock Mark Liszkowski
15:35-15:55 Pharmacology Vladimir Dzavik
15:55-16:15 Support Devices: When and How to use them Gordan Samoukovic
16:15-17:00 Percutaneous support devices for high risk PCI Marc Jolicoeur
17:00-17:15 Conclusion Yoan Lamarche and Marc Jolicoeur
     
THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 2017
7:00-8:00
Light Breakfast and Poster Session
8:00-11:45 Complex Coronary Revascularization 2017 Co-Chairs: Stéphane Rinfret and Hugues Jeanmart
8:00-8:05 Welcome Stéphane Rinfret and Hugues Jeanmart
8:05-8:15 Update on Left Main Revascularization: the surgeon's perspective Bob Kiaii
8:15-8:25 Update on Left Main Revascularization: the interventionalist's perpective Jean-François Gobeil
8:25-9:00 Case presentations and Heart Team Discussions on LMT revascularization Panel and Audience
9:00-10:00 LIVE CASES: CHIP (LMT or CTO with pVAD) and Recorded minimally invasive revascularization

Recorded surgical intervention:
Bob Kiaii

Live Operators:
Marc Jolicoeur, Hung Ly, Raymond Cartier et al.

Panelists:
Heart teams from CHUS, CHUM, MUHC, Sunnybrook, Ottawa Heart, South Lake, Hamilton, London, IUCPQ and HSC.

10:00-10:30
Coffee Break and Poster Session
10:30-10:45 Innovation: The payer's perspective in collaboration with INESSS Michèle De Guise
10:45-11:00 Innovation: The payer's perspective in collaboration with OHTAC Immaculate Nevis
11:00-11:15 Innovation: The corporate perspective Ken Spears
11:15-11:30 Innovation: The clinician's perspective Stéphane Rinfret
11:30-12:15 HEART TEAM discussions Heart Teams
12:15-13:30 Lunch* - Hotel Nelligan
12:15-13:30
Poster Session - Centaur Theater - Seagram Gallery
13:45-17:30 Anticoagulation in Cardiovascular Interventions: What's New? Co-Chairs: Simon Bérubé and Charles Peniston
 

Learning Objectives

Critically appraise current practice guidelines.
Compare new medical options for patients with recent interventions requiring OAC.
Interpret alternative structural/surgical options for patients who are not candidates to OAC.

13:45-14:30 Update on Medical Options for post PCI patients requiring OAC and peri-operative management of DAPT and DOAC Shamir Metha
11:30-12:15 Case Presentations and Heart Team Discussions Heart Teams
14:45-15:45 LIVE CASES: Percutaneous LAA Closure and Recorded Case: AtriaClip

Live in a box:
Louis Perrault

Live Operators:
Réda Ibrahim and Jacqueline Saw

Panelists:
Heart Teams from CHUS, CHUM, MUHC, Sunnybrook, Ottawa Heart, South Lake, Hamilton, London, IUCPQ and HSC.

15:45-16:15
Coffee Break and Poster Session
16:15-16:45 Case Presentation 1 + Heart Team Discussion Invited fellows/community cardiologists
16:45-17:15 Case Presentation 2 + Heart Team Discussion Invited fellows/community cardiologists
17:15-17:25 Case Presentation 3 + Heart Team Discussion Invited fellows/community cardiologists
17:25-17:30 Closing Remarks Philippe L.-L'Allier
     

FRIDAY, JUNE 2 , 2017

7:00-8:00
Light Breakfast and Poster Session
8:00-12:00 The Patient with Valve Disease Co-Chairs: Gideon Cohen and Nicolo Piazza
 

Learning Objectives

Critically appraise current practice guidelines
Discuss and share alternative therapeutic options for complex patients
Share/learn related technical skills

8:00-8:20 State-of-the-Art Robotic Mitral Surgery Simon Maltais
8:20-8:45 State-of-the-Art Percutaneous Mitral and Tricuspid Valve Interventions Anita Asgar
8:45-9:00 Heart Team Discussions Heart Teams
9:00-10:00 LIVE CASES: Percutaneous AV valve intervention and Recorded Case minimally invasive mitral valve repair

Live in a box:
Denis Bouchard

Live Operators:
Réda Ibrahim and Jeannot Potvin

Panelists:
Heart Teams from CHUS, CHUM, MUHC, Sunnybrook, Ottawa Heart, South Lake, Hamilton, London, IUCPQ and HSC.

10:00-10:15 Poster Competition Awards Mohamed Nosair and Marc Bedossa
10:15-10:30
Coffee Break
10:30-12:00 The Patient with Valve Disease Co-Chairs: Harindra Wijeysundera and Denis Bouchard
10:45-11:15 New Frontiers in SAVR Ismael El Hammamsy
11:15-11:45 New Frontiers in TAVR Philippe Généreux
11:45-12:00 Unaddressed issues in TAVR Marc Pelletier
12:00-13:45 Workshops - Working Luncheon * - Hotel Nelligan  
13:45-17:00 The Patient with Aortic Valve Disease Chair: Réda Ibrahim
 

Learning Objectives

Critically appraise current practice guidelines
Discuss and share alternative therapeutic options for complex patients
Share/learn related technical skills

13:45-14:30 Case Presentation and Heart Team Discussions Heart Teams
14:30-15:30 CASES: TAVR + RECORDED Aortic Valve Repair

Live in a box:
Ismael El Hamamsy

Live Operators:
Anita Asgar and Marc Pelletier

Panelists:
Heart Teams from CHUS, CHUM, MUHC, Sunnybrook, Ottawa Heart, South Lake, Hamilton, London, IUCPQ and HSC.

15:30-15:45
Coffee Break
15:45-16:15 Debate of the year: TAVR should be the default procedure for all patients with aortic valve disease Sam Radhakrishnan and Mark Peterson
16:15-16:30 Discussion Réda Ibrahim
16:30-16:55 Fellows Case Competition Mohamed Nosair and Marc Bedossa
16:55-17:00 Concluding remarks and Annoncement for Next Year Edition Philippe L.-L'Allier
     

This event is an accredited group learning activity under Section 1 as defined by the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada for the Maintenance of Certification program. This program is approved by the Canadian Cardiovascular Society for a maximum of 21 credits.

2ND HEART TEAM SUMMIT  -  MONTRÉAL LIVE  2017 | MAY 31, JUNE 1 & 2 | 2017

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