LINC Asia-Pacific 2018 final programme

 

LINC Asia-Pacific is an interdisciplinary live course,
designed to provide a global platform, permitting the discussion
of the „vascular patients“ by integrating colleagues of different specialties
who are performing endovascular interventions.

Conference day 3

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Critical issues in endovascular aortic repair – Focus on infrarenal aneurysms

    Moderator:
    Jean-Paul de Vries
    Panel:
    Zhang Fuxian, Dong-Kie Kim, Patrice Mwipatayi
    1. -

      EVAR complicated control

        Hyuk Jae Jung
    2. -

      Technique and tips for complicated AAA cases with stent graft

        Seung-Woon Rha
    3. -

      Live case transmission from Beijing PLA Hospital, Beijing, China

        Beijing PLA Hospital - Live case center
    4. -

      When to use standard EVAR with EndoAnchors or CHEVAR in short-neck infrarenal AAAs

        Jean-Paul de Vries
    5. -

      Endoanchor assisted EVAR in juxtarenal AAA

        Chad Cheuk-Wa Tse
    6. -

      Endoanchor for high-risk EVAR and current evidence

        Ta-Wei Su
    7. -

      Treating hostile necks with Heli-FX …. An Australian experience

        Patrice Mwipatayi
    8. -

      Endovascular repair of isolated abdominal aortic dissection using unibody bifurcated stent-grafts

        Min Zhou
    9. -

      Strategy and challenge of endovascular repair for isolated iliac artery aneurysms (IAA)

        Zhang Fuxian
    10. -

      The management and treatments of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm

        Wei Ren
    11. -

      Exporation of FFR-guided isolated SMA dissection management

        Bing Chen
    12. -

      Discussion

  • - , Scientific Posters

    Posters will be displayed during the course in the industry exhibit

    1. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: Comparative results of surgical resection of carotid body tumors combined with or without pre-operative embolization: a retrospective case-control study

        Lin Yang
    2. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: Can sequential compression biomechanical device act as a breather for critical limb ischemia with nonreconstructable peripheral vascular disease: prospective study

        Vishnu Motukuru
    3. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: Femoral artery closure vs. surgical cutdown for endovascular aortic repair: A single-center experience

        Lin Yang
    4. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: Endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair of large aortic neck with combination of thoracic and standard abdominal aortic stent graft

        Tossapol Prapassaro
    5. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: Clinical outcomes of renal artery stenting using carbon dioxide for contrast imaging in ARAS patients with chronic kidney disease

        Shuko Iwata
    6. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: Supera vs. Pulsar-18 stents in patients with critical limb ischemia

        Sum Leong
    7. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: Drug-eluting balloon angioplasty vs. bare metal stents for femoropopliteal disease in real-world experience

        Maria Doyle
    8. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: Treatment of femoral vein obstruction concomitant with iliofemoral stenting in patients with severe post-thrombotic syndrome

        Kaichuang Ye
    9. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: The first use of 1% polidocanol endovenous microfoam, Varithena in the treatment of sapheno-femoral trunk varicose veins in Asia

        Mingli Li
    10. ORIGINAL RESEARCH: The E/E‘ ratio is an independent predictor of increases in brain natriuretic peptide after transcatheter closure of atrial septal defects

        Yoshito Kadoya
    11. CHALLENGING CASES: Graft patency restoration 6 years after occlusion of PTFE femoropopliteal bypass in patient with critical limb ischemia and heavy comorbidity

        Anton Tarabrin
    12. CHALLENGING CASES: Successful limb salvage in a critical limb ischemia with bilateral variant of arterial anatomy in below-the-knee lesion

        Yu Sakaue
    13. CHALLENGING CASES: Sandwich technique to reduce complications when treating bilateral internal iliac artery

        Giang Tran
    14. CHALLENGING CASES: Aortic conduit for TEVAR in descending thoracic aorta without femoral access

        Apinan Uthaipaisanwong
    15. CHALLENGING CASES: A juxtarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm treated by an in-situ laser fenestration of aortic endograft

        Hon lai Chan
    16. CHALLENGING CASES: EVAR in very narrow aortic bifurcation: sometimes you need luck

        Supachok Maspakorn
    17. CHALLENGING CASES: In-situ laser fenestration in thoracic endovascular aortic

        Sen Shi
    18. CHALLENGING CASES: Successful transcollateral approach for chronic total occlusion of the superficial femoral artery using a side-hole sheath

        Kenta Onodera
    19. CHALLENGING CASES: Catastrophic fractures of turbohawk device during PTA

        Chung-Ho Hsu
    20. CHALLENGING CASES: The terrifying “transformation” of anastomosis seroma into venous anastomosis pseudoaneurysm after an angioplasty 6 weeks ago

        Mingli Li
    21. CHALLENGING CASES: Guide catheter extension device was effective in EVT for severely calcified subtotal occlusion

        Daisuke Ueno
    22. CHALLENGING CASES: Successful limb salvage by perfusing DFA in the case of unsuccessful recanalisation of heavily calcified SFA

        Masakazu Kikai
    23. CHALLENGING CASES: Successful PTA with EKOS and Rotarex for co-existed subacute PAOD/DVT

        Chung-Ho Hsu
    24. CHALLENGING CASES: Successful PTA with EKOS and Aspirex for massive pulmonary embolism under ECMO Support

        Chung-Ho Hsu
    25. CHALLENGING CASES: Endovascular management of radiation-associated subclavian vein occlusion in patient received radiation to treat nasopharyngeal cancer

        Young Sun Yoo
    26. CHALLENGING CASES: Successful PTA with EKOS and Rotarex for massive pulmonary embolism in a patient with head injury

        Chung-Ho Hsu
    27. CHALLENGING CASES: Successful PTA with EKOS for SMV thrombosis

        Chung-Ho Hsu
    28. CHALLENGING CASES: In-house-devised distal protection device in EVT for massive iliac thrombus

        Yukiho Hirota
    29. CHALLENGING CASES: Successful endovascular treatment using a biopsy forceps for iliac artery stenosis with an organized thrombus

        Taisuke Sato
  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Critical issues in endovascular aortic repair – Focus on thoracic, thoracoabdominal aneurysms, and dissections

    Moderator:
    Weiguo Fu
    Panel:
    Veera Suwanruangsri
    1. -

      Current status of endovascular repair for thoracoabdominal aneurysms

        Jean-Paul de Vries
    2. -

      Covered stents in complex EVAR (FEVAR/Ch-EVAR/BEVAR)

        Jean-Paul de Vries
    3. -

      Hybrid techniques for different zones

        I-Ming Chen
    4. -

      Live case transmission from Beijing PLA Hospital, Beijing, China

        Beijing PLA Hospital - Live case center
    5. -

      Clinical outcomes among vascular procedure patients receiving suture-mediated vs. surgical cutdown for closure of large-bore arterial access

        Steven Kum
    6. -

      Sandwich technique to reduce complications when treating bilateral internal iliac artery

        Giang Tran
    7. SELECTED ABSTRACTS

    8. -

      Aortic conduit for TEVAR in descending thoracic aorta without femoral access

        Apinan Uthaipaisanwong
    9. -

      A juxtarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm treated by an in-situ laser fenestration of aortic endograft

        Hon lai Chan
    10. -

      Endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair of large aortic neck with combination of thoracic and standard abdominal aortic stent graft

        Tossapol Prapassaro
    11. -

      EVAR in very narrow aortic bifurcation: sometimes you need luck

        Supachok Maspakorn
    12. -

      In-situ laser fenestration in thoracic endovascular aorta

        Sen Shi
    13. -

      Femoral artery closure vs. surgical cut down for endovascular aortic repair: a single center experience

        Lin Yang
    14. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Lunch

  • - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Scrub in with the experts: pioneering techniques for reconstruction of complex aorto-iliac, femoral, and below the knee CTOs

    live from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany:
    Andrej Schmidt
    Moderator:
    Giancarlo Biamino, Bryan Yan
    Panel:
    Steven Kum, Sven Bräunlich
    1. SELECTED ABSTRACTS

    2. Drug-eluting balloon angioplasty vs. bare metal stents for femoropopliteal disease in real-world experience

        Maria Doyle
    3. Successful limb salvage in a critical limb ischemia with bilateral variant of arterial anatomy in below-the-knee lesion

        Yu Sakaue
    4. In-house devised distal protection device in EVT for massive iliac thrombus

        Yukiho Hirota
    5. Successful endovascular treatment using biopsy forceps for iliac artery stenosis with an organized thrombus

        Taisuke Sato
    6. Successful transcollateral approach for chronic total occlusion of the superficial femoral artery using a side-hole sheath

        Kenta Onodera
    7. The terrifying "transformation" of anastomosis seroma into venous anastomosis pseudoaneurysm after an angioplasty 6 weeks ago

        Mingli Li
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