Congresso Cardiologia a Palazzo Franchetti dal 10 al 12 maggio

La Divisione di Cardiologia dell’Ospedale Civile di Venezia presenta il congresso “Structural Heart Disease & Update: Heart and Brain” a Palazzo Franchetti che si terrà da giovedì 10 a sabato 12 maggio.

Presidente è il dott. Giuseppe Grassi, direttore dell’Unità Operativa di Cardiologia dell’Ospedale Civile di Venezia. Il comitato scientifico è composto dai medici: Marco Barbierato, Mestre, Giuseppe Marchese, Venezia, Leopoldo Pagliani, Motta di Livenza.

La Voce di Venezia trasmetterà l’intero evento in diretta streaming sul proprio canale tv (link: http://www.lavocedivenezia.it/tv/ )

Programma:

GIOVEDI’ 10
14:00 – 19:30

14:00
Opening Ceremony
Authority Greetings
14:30
Twenty years of antiplatelet therapy in Cardiology: from “aspirin” to new antiplatelet agents
G. Pasquetto, Monselice

STROKE
15:00 – 16:15
Session 1
Cardioembolic stroke
Chairmen:
R. Bonmassari, Trento
R. Manara, Salerno
F. Rigo, Mestre
15:00
Atrial fibrillation, other arrhythmias and stroke
E. Bertaglia, Padua
15:15
Strategies to detect atrial fibrillation after stroke
S. Themistoclakis, Mestre
15:30
LAA Closure: rationale, indications and latest
studies
F. Ronco, Mestre
15:45
LAA Closure: new devices and post-LAAC
therapy in NOAC era
G. Molon, Negrar
16:00 – 16:15
Comments and conclusions
16:15 – 17:15
Session 2
Cryptogenic Stroke
Chairmen:
G. Molon, Negrar
S. Themistoclakis, Mestre
A. Tonon, Venice
16:15
Embolic stroke of unknown source:
current treatment
A. Adami, Negrar
16:30
Cryptogenic stroke and PFO: clinical trials and
beyond
R. Bonmassari, Trento
16:45
PFO closure: tips and tricks
G. Rigatelli, Rovigo
17:00 – 17:15
Comments and conclusions
17:15 – 17:30 Coffee Break
17:30 – 19:30
Session 3
Non vitamin K oral anticoagulants
Chairmen:
L. Pagliani, Motta di Livenza
R. Quatrale, Mestre
L. Roncon, Rovigo
17:30
When to start anticoagulation after a stroke
R. Quatrale, Mestre
17:45
Microbleeds and risk of hemorrhagic stroke
R. Manara, Salerno
18:00
How to minimize bleeding risk in patients taking
NOAC
G. Zoppellaro, Venice
18:15
Anticoagulation in the fragile patient: therapeutic
options
G. Vescovo, Padua
18:30
Differentiation of NOAC: from pharmacology to
clinical practice
N. Ferri, Padua
18:45 -19:00
Comments and conclusions
19:00
Lectio magistralis
AF patient with high bleeding risk:
LAAO or NOAC?
V. Pengo, Padua
19:30
Welcome Cocktail

VENERDI’ 11
FRIDAY, 11 MAY
9.00 – 13.30

AORTIC VALVE
9:00 – 10:15
Session 4
Aortic Valve Interventions (part 1)
Chairmen:
G. Gerosa, Padua
L. Favero, Treviso
A. Ramondo, Vicenza
9:00
TAVI state of the art in 2018: current challenges
and future needs
F. Ribichini, Verona
9:15
TAVI in lower risk patients: new aspects and
potential pitfalls
S. Petronio, Pisa
9:30
Non trans-femoral accesses
C. Zanchettin, Mestre
9:45
The prosthesis technology is improving: latest
evolutions and next steps to the future
M. Napodano, Padua
10:00 – 10:15
Comments and conclusions
10:15 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 11:45
Session 5
Aortic Valve Interventions (part 2)
Chairmen:
M. Barbierato, Mestre
D. Mangino, Mestre
S. Petronio, Pisa
10:30
Multimodality imaging to plan the procedure and
to predict TAVI outcomes: the different roles of
echocardio and angioCT
M. Barbierato, Mestre
10:45
TAVI early- and long-term complications
L. Favero, Treviso
11:00
Embolic protection and paravalvular leaks closure
A. Ramondo, Vicenza
11:15
TAVI: valve durability
C. Fraccaro, Padua
11:30-11:45
Comments and conclusions
11:45 – 13:30
Session 6
Aortic Valve Interventions in challenging
situations
Chairmen:
M. Napodano, Padua
F. Ribichini, Verona
C. Zanchettin, Mestre
11:45
Bicuspid aortic valves: basic imaging evaluation
and advanced flow analysis
D. Mele, Ferrara
12:00
Transcatheter intervention for bicuspid aortic
stenosis
M. Barbierato, Mestre
12:15
TAVI for aortic regurgitation: to whom and when?
S. Saccà, Mirano
12:30
Aortic interventions with concomitant coronary
disease: functional evaluation and timing for PCI
F. Ribichini, Verona
12:45 – 13:00 Comments and conclusion
13:00
Lectio magistralis
Progresses in cardiovascular medicine in
history
G. Thiene, Padua
13:30 – 14:30 Lunch

FRIDAY, 11 MAY
14:30 – 19:00
MITRAL & TRICUSPID VALVES
14:30 – 15:45
Session 7
Mitral regurgitation & surgery
Chairmen:
C. Di Mario, Florence
G. Musumeci, Cuneo
G. Pasquetto, Monselice
14:30
Primitive and functional MR: ESC vs AHA
guidelines
F. Rigo, Mestre
14:45
Imaging for mitral intervention: patient-tailored
reconstruction and 3D printing applications
D. Mele, Ferrara
15:00
Surgical repair VS replacement: different
approaches for different patients
G. Gerosa, Padua
15:15
Minimally invasive mitral valve surgery:
it’s possible
L. Salvador, Vicenza
15:30 – 15:45
Comments and conclusions
15:45 – 17:30
Session 8
Mitral valve endovascular interventions
Chairmen:
F. Ribichini, Verona
S. Saccà, Mirano
L. Salvador, Vicenza
15:45
Percutaneous mitral edge-to-edge repair:
MitraClip data and new applications
C. Di Mario, Florence
16:00
Other percutaneous mitral repair techniques:
direct annuloplasty and more
L. Fiocca, Bergamo
16:15
Transcatheter mitral replacement:
the next revolution?
G. Musumeci, Cuneo
16:30
Transcatheter mitral valve-in-valve and valve-inring
implantation
A. Ramondo, Vicenza
16:45 -17:00
Comments and conclusions
17:00
Lectio magistralis
Functional anatomy of the mitral valve
for the surgeon and for the interventional
cardiologist
C. Basso, Padua
17:30 – 17:45 Coffee Break
17:45 – 19:00
Session 9
Tricuspid regurgitation
Chairmen:
G. Gerosa, Padua
A. Pascotto, Mestre
A. Ramondo, Vicenza
17:45
Criteria for intervention and expert consensus
documents
F. Caprioglio, Mestre
18:00
The valve which nobody wants to treat: the
surgeon opinion
D. Mangino, Mestre
18:15
Transcatheter tricuspid repair: MitraClip,
Cardioband and dedicated devices
L. Fiocca, Bergamo
18:30
Transcatheter tricuspid valve-in-valve
replacement: long-term follow-up
F. Ribichini, Verona
18:45 -19:00
Comments and conclusions

SABATO 12
SATURDAY, 12 MAY
9:00 – 12:30

ACUTE STROKE AND CAROTID DISEASE
9:00 – 10:45
Session 10
Acute stroke interventions
Chairmen:
F. Grego, Padua
G. Marchese, Venice
A. Pacchioni, Mirano
9:00
The stroke network: out-of-hospital and inhospital
pathways
F. Causin, Padua
9:15
Technical aspects and possible complications in
the stent retriever era
I. Linfante, Miami – USA
9:30
Optimal anesthetic management in mechanical
thrombectomy
C. Maggiolo, Venice
9:45
Time is brain: how to speed up the workflow
E. Cagliari, Mestre
10:00 – 10:15
Comments and conclusions
10:15
Lectio magistralis
Stroke: Update on the most recent
randomized controlled trials
I. Linfante, Miami – USA
10:45 – 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:30
Session 11 – Carotid artery disease
Chairmen:
E. Cagliari, Mestre
V. Dorrucci, Mestre
I. Linfante, Miami – USA
11:00
Update on carotid trials and latest guidelines
C. Cernetti, Treviso
11:15
Asymptomatic carotid disease: how to select the
right patient
A. Pacchioni, Mirano
11:30
High risk carotid endarterectomy and the difficult
neck
F. Grego, Padua
11:45
Endovascular interventions: choices of stent and
cerebral protection
S. Saccà, Mirano
12:00 – 12:15
Comments and conclusions
12:15 – 12.30
Closing remarks

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