International workshop: Management of late presenters with congenital heart disease, Lund Nov 23

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP: MANAGEMENT OF LATE PRESENTERS WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE

23rd of November, Elite Ideon Hotel, Lund, Sweden

More information: Annika Maxedius, annika.maxedius@skane.se, +4646178472

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8.25-8.30       Welcome and introduction (P Liuba)

8.30-9.35       SESSION 1: GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS

8.30-8.38       What is late..? Reasons for late diagnosis of CHD (T Krasemann)

8.43-8.51       Facts and trends at Skåne University Hospital (K Hanseus)               

8.56-9.04       Planning for inpatient visit- my wish list (K Tilesch)

9.09-9.17       Cardiac assessment- what to focus on? (M Bhat)

9.22-9.30       Planning anesthesia prior to invasive diagnosis and interventions (J Gelberg)

9.35-10.05     SESSION 2: LESSONS FROM EASTERN EUROPE   

9.35-9.45       Treatment of children with CHD from Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo in Lund 1995-2007 (NR Lundström)

9.50-10.00     Late presenters with CHD in Romania – what have we learned? (H Suciu)

10.05-10.20 Coffee break               

10.20-12.30   SESSION 3: LATE DIAGNOSED SHUNT LESIONS WITH PHT

10.20-11.15   I. General considerations and ASD

10.20-10.28   PHT in shunt lesions: how late is too late?  (R Berger)

10.33-10.41   Goals and pitfalls in hemodynamic assessment (H Wåhlander)

10.46-10.54   Novel intraoperative 3D imaging to improve understanding of the anatomy of septal defects (K Tran)

10.59-11.07 ASD - when to close and which device should we use? (S Qureshi)

11.15-12.35: II. VSD and PDA

11.15-11.36   Surgical versus transcatheter VSD closure:

11.15-11.23    Surgical (J Johansson Ramgren, K Tran)

11.23-11.31  Transcatheter (TP Lê)

11.36-11.41   Device closure of surgically fenestrated VSD patch (N Haas)

11.41-11.46   Giant PDA in adult patient – can I close it with device? (N Haas)

11.51-11.59   PDA with right-to-left shunt-still closable? (TBA)

12.04-12.12   How to manage patients with PHT after shunt closure? (R Berger)

12.17-12.25   Creation of Pott’s shunt in patients with Eisenmenger physiology (F Berger)

12.30-13.30: Lunch

13.30: 14.45 SESSION 4: LATE DIAGNOSED OBSTRUCTIVE CHD

13.30-13.38   Pulmonary stenosis with suprasystemic pressure (TBA)

13.43-14.14   Supravalvular aortic stenosis:

13.43-13.51   Pre-operative assessment (A Hallbergson)

13.51-13.59   Surgery and post-operative care (J Johansson Ramgren)

14.14-14.22   Complex aortic coarctation and midaortic syndrome (S Qureshi)

14.30-14.45   Coffee break 

14.45-16.00   SESSION 5: LATE DIAGNOSED CYANOTIC CHD

14.45-14.53   How to manage these patients prior to intervention (U Thilén)

14.58-15.06   PVR assessment using MRI catheterization (K Pushparajah)

15.11-15.19   Surgery of common arterial trunk and of TGA beyond infancy (M Bhat, J Johansson Ramgren)

15.24-15.32   Pulmonary artery banding in patient with DORV, AVSD and heterotaxy (H Lidén, M Synnergren)

15.37-15.45   Thoughts about a mechanically adjustable pulmonary band (TP Lê)

15.50-15.58   Transcatheter options (F Berger)

16.05-16.20 Coffee break

16.20-17.00   SESSION 6: LATE DIAGNOSED CHD WITH FAILING CIRCULATION

16.20-16.28   Transcatheter volume unload using atrial flow regulator (N Haas)

16.33-16.41   Novel flow reducer in Fontan circulation with significant AVM (P Liuba)

16.46-16.54   Surgical options (J Nilsson)

17.00-18.00   SESSION 7: NIGHTMARE CASES

2 surgical and 2 transcatheter cases: 5 min talk + 10 min discussion/case

18.00             Wrap-up