SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM 

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  DAY 1, Sunday, September 15, 2019
     

 13:00–14:30

 

Workshop 1:
A practical guide to functional mitral regurgitation
Chairs: Bonaros A, Bauer A

   

Pathophysiology of different FMR types

Wunderlich N 

 

Surgical options

Reichenspurner H 

 

Interventional options

Bauer A 

 

Echo guidance for treatment

Wunderlich N 

 

The role of MRI

Mayr A 

14:30 – 15:00

 

Coffee break

     

 15:00–16:30

 

Workshop 2:
Basics in minimally invasive valve surgery

Chair: Dumfarth J, Wisser W

 

 

Live-in-a-box

Live-in-a-box

 

 

Live-in-a-box

Live-in-a-box

 

Visualization technology

Müller L 

 

MICS-Instruments and -retractors

Wisser W 

 

Remote access perfusion

Pacini D 

 

Transthoracic clamp and endoballoon occlusion

van Praet F 

 

Myocardial protection

Seeburger J 

 

Artifical chords and sutures

Höfer D 

 

Rapid deployment valves for MICS

Fischlein T 

 16:30–16:30

 

Coffee break

     

 16:30–18:00

 

Workshop 3:
Live-in-a-box: Complex situations in minimally invasive surgery

Chair: Glauber M, Holfeld J

   

Aortic valve reoperation

Bonaros N 

 

Mitral valve after previous cardiac operation

Rinaldi M 

 

Mitfal valve procedures after previous MIMVS

Glauber M 

 

Biatrial ablation lines for treatment of AF

Doll N 

 

Right ventricular failure in MICS

Lorusso R 

 

Mitral valve endocarditis

Holfeld J 

 

Minimally invasive aortic arch surgery

Dumfarth J 

 

  DAY 2, Monday, September 16, 2019
     

  08:30–09:30

 

Welcome adress: Wolner E

 

 

 

 09:00–12:30

 

LIVE SURGERIES: Moderator: J-L Pomar
Panel: Fischlein T, Hagl C, Kocher A, Oto Ö, Seitelberger R

   

Live case 1
Minithoracotomy aortic valve replacement
Surgeons: Mahr S, Laufer G
Learning objectives: Right anterior minithoracotomy access, exposure,
cannulation, prosthesis selection (Rapid deployment vs. standard valve)

Live case 2
Partial sternotomy for AV replacement
Surgeons: Gollman C/ Grimm M
Learning objectives:
J-hemisternotomy approach, cannulation, valve exposure, prosthesis selection
Discussion of strategies: Panel

 

 10:15–10:35

 

Coffee break

   

Presentations during live surgeries:
Case-based patient selection for the aortic valve:

• Full sternotomy

Mestres C 

 

• Partial sternotomy

Hagl C 

 

• Mini thoracotomy

Doenst T 

 12:30–13:15

 

Lunch break

     

 13:15–14:15

 

Symposium: The future of aortic valve replacement
Chair: Laufer G, Grimm M, Doll N

   

A novel mechanical trileaflet heart valve prosthesis

Sievers H 

 

Ozaki procedure

Krane M 

 

Innovative valve prosthesis materials

NN 

 

Treating aortic stenosis in low risk patients

Walther T 

 

 

 

Coffee break

     

 14:15–14:45

 

Keynote address: Repair or replacement for FMR:

De Bonis M 

 
     

 14:45–17:30

 

LIVE SURGERIES: Moderation: O. Alfieri
Panel: Eichinger W, Folliguet T, Grabenwöger M, Reichenspurner H, Seeburger J

   

Live case 3
MV surgery through hemisternotomy
Learning objectives: Hemisternotomy access to the mitral and
tricuspid valves, MIMCS facilitators
Surgeons: Holfeld J/ Grimm M
Live case 4
Totally endoscopic repair of degenerative MR
Learning objectives: Team approach, cannulation, cardioplegia
port placement, valve exposure, chordae loops, annuloplasty
Surgeons: Höfer D/ Müller L
Discussion of strategies: Panel

     

16:00–16:30

 

Coffee break

   

Presentations during live surgeries:

 

 

Minimally invasive valve surgery on the awake patient

Oto Ö 

 

Radiation-induced valvular fibrosis

Holfeld J 

 

Insights on aortic valve calcification

Gollmann C 

 

 

 

 

18:00

 

End of Day 2

 

  DAY 3, Tuesday, September 17, 2019
     

 08:30–09:00

 

Honored Guest Lecture

Zilla P 

 
   

The burden of rheumatic valve disease – Implications for MICS

     

09:00–12:30

 

LIVE SURGERIES: Moderator: J-L Pomar
Panel: De Bonis M, Lakew F, Lorusso R, Sardari-Nia P, Walther T

   

Live case 5
Endoaortic occlusion for MIMVS
Learning objectives: Cannulation for intraaortic balloon occlusion, monitoring
patient selection
Surgeon: van Praet F
Live case 6
Endoscopic repair of complex MV disease
Learning objectives: Learning from a master: skin incision, port placement
valve exposure, repair strategy and technique
Surgeon: Perier P
Discussion of strategies: Panel

 10:15–10:35

 

Coffee break

   

Presentations during live surgeries:
Case-based patient selection for the mitral valve

• Periareolar access

Liebold A 

 

• Partial sternotomy for MV

Bonaros N 

 

• Mini-Thoracotomy multiple valve surgery

Glauber M 

 

 12:30–13:15

 

Lunch break

     

 13:15–14:15

 

Workshop: Imaging and simulation for MIVS

Sardari-Nia P 

 

Chair: Treede H, Doenst T, Walther T

   

 

 14:00–14:15

 

Coffee break

     

 14:15–17:30

 

LIVE SURGERIES: Moderation: Pomar J-L
Panel: Holzinger C, Liebold A, Reichenspurner H, Treede H, Zierer A

   

Live case 7
MV repair and concomitant Afib surgery
Learning objectives: Access, energy sources, ablation lines
technique of LAA clip occlusion
Surgeon: Doll N
Live in a Box Case
FMR repair beyond undersized annuloplasty
Learing objectives: Evaluation of leaflet tethering, papillary muscle relocation
Surgeon: Girdauskas E
Live case 8
Totally edoscopic MV repair with percutaneous cannulation
Learning objectives:
Access, percutaneaous cannulation, distal limb perfusion, selection of repair strategy
Surgeons: Bonaros N/ Müller L
Discussion of strategies: Panel

     

15:30–16:00

 

Coffee break

 

 

Presentations during live surgeries
Controversis in degenerative mitral valve disease

  • Is MIMVS superior to full sternotomy?

    Treede H 

     
  • Current role of interventional MV repair

    Andreas M 

     
  • Is transcatheter MV replacement an option?

    Lutter G 

     

17:30

 

Wrap-up

Alfieri O
Pomar JL 
Grimm M

 
  DAY 4, Wednesday, September 18, 2019
     

 08:00–12:00

 

Track 1: TEE for surgeons

conference room anaesthesiology  

     

 08:30–16:30

 

Track 2: Porcine beating heart wetlab
(8 groups of 4–5 participants, 90 Min. per group)

seminar room I  

 

 
  • Mitraclip implantation under TEE and cardioscopy guidance

  • Neochord implantation under TEE and cardioscopy guidance

  • Implantation of a balloon expandable TAVI under fluoroscopy and cardioscopy

     

 09:00–13:00

 

Track 3: MICS wetlab I

seminar room II  

 

 
  • Practising MIMVS. Focus on shafted instruments, videoendoscopy, knot tying demonstration of MICS enablers

     

 14:00–18:00

 

Track 4: MICS wetlab II

seminar room II 

 

 
  • Identical to Wetlab I

 
 
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