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.

Room 1 - Main Arena

17 events
  • Tuesday, March 13th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    "Leave nothing behind!" – The new paradigm for SFA treatment? Update on latest DCB data, limitations, and future concepts

    Moderator:
    Dierk Scheinert, Ramon Varcoe
    Panel:
    Yoshimitsu Soga, Ralf Langhoff, Wei Liang, Sea-Won Lee
    1. -

      Live case transmission from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital

        The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital - Live case center
    2. DCB CLINICAL TRAIL UPDATE

    3. -

      EFFPAC-RCT: final 6-month results with the Luminor DCB

        Ulf Teichgräber
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      LUTONIX® 035 DCB – long lesion 24-month outcomes

        Skyi Yin Chun Pang, Via satellite from Prince Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
    5. -

      The RANGER clinical trial programme: 12-month results from the RANGER RCT and first look at the COMPARE I study of RANGER vs. IN.PACT for femoropopliteal lesions

        Dierk Scheinert
    6. -

      DCB in Japan – evidences and clinical adaptation

        Yoshimitsu Soga
    7. DCB IN REAL WORLD: HOW FAR HAVE WE COME WITH THE "LEAVE NOTHING BEHIND" CONCEPT?

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      DCB changes the manner

        Sea-Won Lee
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      Promise and limitations of DCB in long lesions: what have we learned from clinical trials?

        Ramon Varcoe
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      Live case transmission from Seoul National University Hospital, Republic of Korea

        Seoul National University Hospital - Live case center
    11. -

      The importance of vessel preparation and how to do it

        Ralf Langhoff
    12. -

      Comparison of angiographic dissection patterns between long and short length balloons following balloon angioplasty for chronic femoropopliteal occlusions

        Michinao Tan
    13. -

      Directional atherectomy and anti-restenotic therapy – Hong Kong experience and update

        Bryan Yan, Via satellite from Prince Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
    14. -

      Live case transmission from Beijing PLA Hospital, Beijing, China

        Beijing PLA Hospital - Live case center
    15. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Tuesday, March 13th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Symposium: the latest data and approach to managing complex lesions and patients

    Moderator:
    Carlos Mena-Hurtado
    Panel:
    Yoshimitsu Soga, Jen Kuang Lee
    1. -

      IN.PACT China: 12-month results of IN.PACT DCB in a Chinese population

        Wei Guo, Via satellite from Beijing PLA Hospital, Beijing
    2. -

      IN.PACT Japan trial 2-year results

        Yoshimitsu Soga
    3. -

      Update on the IN.PACT clinical program: IN.PACT SFA 4-year results and IN.PACT Global 2-year results

        Steven Kum, Via satellite from Prince Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
    4. -

      Live case transmission from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital

        The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital - Live case center
    5. -

      1-year result of the real-world experience of DAART in Taiwan

        Jen Kuang Lee
    6. -

      My approach to managing complex, multilevel disease

        Carlos Mena-Hurtado
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Tuesday, March 13th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Lunch

  • Tuesday, March 13th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Symposium: REsponse Adapted Combination Therapy (REACT) - Maximizing outcomes, minimizing burden

    Moderator:
    Patrice Mwipatayi, Haofu Wang
    Panel:
    Tien-Yu Wu, Jae Woong Lim, Yong Chul Shin, Teik Kok Ho
    1. -

      Opening

        Patrice Mwipatayi, Haofu Wang
    2. -

      Minimizing burden, the effect of thin strut and low COF stents

        Yong Liu
    3. -

      Live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany

        University Hospital Leipzig, Dep. Angiology - Live case center
    4. -

      Maximizing outcomes in a complex population

        Chumpol Wongwanit
    5. -

      Maximizing outcomes with the REACT approach

        Patrice Mwipatayi
    6. -

      Live case transmission from Beijing PLA Hospital, Beijing, China

        Beijing PLA Hospital - Live case center
    7. -

      Refining REACT, a pilot study

        Ralf Langhoff
    8. -

      Closing

        Patrice Mwipatayi, Haofu Wang
  • Tuesday, March 13th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    "Leave the right thing behind" – Debating evidence to provide the answers

    Moderator:
    Carlos Mena-Hurtado, Dierk Scheinert
    Panel:
    Ulf Teichgräber, Hiroyoshi Yokoi, Sven Bräunlich
    1. -

      Long-term clinical benefits of drug eluting device

        Carlos Mena-Hurtado
    2. -

      Long-term data from Japan: 5-year results in real world

        Hiroyoshi Yokoi
    3. -

      Live case transmission from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital

        The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital - Live case center
    4. -

      The XPEDITE project: towards a next generation paclitaxel eluting stent

        Ulf Teichgräber
    5. -

      Insights from the REAL PTX-RCT on DES vs. DCB in complex femoropopliteal lesions – 3-year data

        Dierk Scheinert
    6. -

      Live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany

        University Hospital Leipzig, Dep. Angiology - Live case center
    7. -

      Update on the ZILVERPASS-study: paclitaxel eluting DES vs. bypass surgery for complex femoropopliteal lesions

        Sven Bräunlich
    8. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Tuesday, March 13th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Current approaches for BTK interventions in CLI

    Moderator:
    Steven Kum, Wei Liang
    Panel:
    Tatsuya Nakama, Wei Wang, Jun Cheng, Hiroshi Ando
    1. -

      Treatment choices of BTK CTO lesions in diabetic patients

        Wei Wang
    2. -

      Advanced crossing and wiring techniques in complex BTK obstructions

        Sven Bräunlich
    3. -

      Turbohawk application in popliteal artery occlusion lesions

        Jun Cheng
    4. -

      LUTONIX® 014 DCB – Global DCB BTK registry update, first look at 300 patient interim follow up data

        Hiroshi Ando
    5. -

      Live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany

        University Hospital Leipzig, Dep. Angiology - Live case center
    6. -

      Systemic review of below-the-ankle, inframalleolar intervention. When and how? Last frontier of lower limbs intervention

        Tatsuya Nakama
    7. -

      Clinical effect of planned repeat endovascular therapy for critical limb ischemia patients with tissue loss

        Tsuyoshi Nakata
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, March 14th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Advanced techniques for complex aortoiliac obstructions

    Moderator:
    Patrice Mwipatayi, Giancarlo Biamino
    Panel:
    Jean-Paul de Vries, Mian Wang, Tatsuki Doijiri, Yiu-Che Chan
    1. -

      Endovascular treatment of aorto-iliac artery occlusion

        Mian Wang
    2. -

      Crossing techniques and reconstruction of aorto-iliac occlusive disease

        Yang Liu
    3. -

      The use of covered stent in complex AIOD

        Jean-Paul de Vries
    4. -

      Cobalt Chromium stents in complex iliac obstructions – the Hong Kong experience

        Yiu-Che Chan
    5. -

      LIFESTREAM™ – first look at the BOLSTER 2-year follow up data

        Dierk Scheinert
    6. -

      Live case transmission from Seoul National University Hospital, Republic of Korea

        Seoul National University Hospital - Live case center
    7. -

      Variation of stent placement for distal abdominal aorta

        Tatsuki Doijiri
    8. -

      3-year restenosis rate and its predictors after endovascular therapy for Leriche Syndrome

        Kiyonori Nanto
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, March 14th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Advanced femoropopliteal interventions – Focus on crossing, lesion preparation, and DCB

    Moderator:
    Dierk Scheinert, Hiroyoshi Yokoi
    Panel:
    Tze Tec Chong, Ramon Varcoe, Carlos Mena-Hurtado, Tsuyoshi Nakata
    1. -

      Live case transmission from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital

        The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital - Live case center
    2. -

      Advanced wiring techniques for complex femoropopliteal obstructions

        Hiroyoshi Yokoi
    3. -

      Multipoint puncturing technique to treat complex lower extremity arterial occlusive diseases

        Yong Liu
    4. -

      Safety and efficacy of distal superficial femoral artery puncture for femoropopliteal occlusive lesions – results from the multicenter REVERside registry

        Tatsuya Nakama
    5. -

      DCB use in fem-pop lesions of patients with CLI (RCC 4-5): subgroup analysis of IN.PACT Global 12-month outcomes

        Carlos Mena-Hurtado
    6. -

      Comparison between long stenting and proximal spot stenting for long chronic total occlusion of the femoropopliteal artery

        Tsuyoshi Nakata
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      Live case transmission from Beijing PLA Hospital, Beijing, China

        Beijing PLA Hospital - Live case center
    8. -

      Clinical outcome comparison between covered stent and drug eluting balloon

        Ming Li
    9. -

      Discussion

  • Wednesday, March 14th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Advanced femoropopliteal interventions – Focus on new stent technologies and DES

    Moderator:
    Ralf Langhoff, Wei Liang
    Panel:
    Ulf Teichgräber, Daizo Kawasaki
    1. -

      Experience, tips and tricks with the Jetstream atherectomy system

        Sea-Won Lee
    2. -

      Live case transmission from Seoul National University Hospital, Republic of Korea

        Seoul National University Hospital - Live case center
    3. -

      Inflow management of CLI with the Supera stent

        Steven Kum, Via satellite from Prince Wales Hospital, Hong Kong
    4. -

      Supera stent - Long term results in Asia

        Yiu-Che Chan
    5. -

      MAJESTIC 3-year data

        Tze Tec Chong
    6. -

      Live case transmission from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital

        The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital - Live case center
    7. -

      12-month outcomes in the EVOLUTION study: investigating the iVolution stent in femoropopliteal lesions

        Isuru Namunni
    8. -

      Is there a role for an interwoven nitinol stent beyond the SFA?

        Yiu-Che Chan
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      Discussion

  • Wednesday, March 14th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Lunch

  • Wednesday, March 14th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Bard innovations for arterial & venous endovascular interventions

    Moderator:
    Dierk Scheinert
    Panel:
    Jimmy Wei-Hwa Tan, Daizo Kawasaki, Je-Hwan Won, Tze Tec Chong, I-Ming Chen, Rahul N.S
    1. -

      Update from Korea on the Lutonix SFA registry 12-month data

        Je-Hwan Won
    2. -

      First interim look at the Singapore Lutonix DCB AV registry

        Tze Tec Chong
    3. -

      Live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany

        University Hospital Leipzig, Dep. Angiology - Live case center
    4. -

      First look at Taiwan BTK data for Lutonix DCB

        I-Ming Chen
    5. -

      First look at Indian BTK data for Lutonix DCB

        Rahul N.S
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      Real world Japanese experience with Crosser

        Daizo Kawasaki
    7. -

      The role of COVERA™ vascular covered stent

        Jimmy Wei-Hwa Tan
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      Multidisciplinary cooperation on VTE prevention and management

        Tao Yang
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, March 14th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    The last frontiers: management of thrombus containing lesions, calcification, and in-stent restenosis

    Moderator:
    Steven Kum, Sven Bräunlich
    Panel:
    Yiu-Che Chan, Ulf Teichgräber, Yoshimitsu Soga, Bryan Yan
    1. -

      Strategies for management of acute thrombosis in patients with PAD

        Zhi Hui Dong
    2. -

      The treatment of acute arterial thrombosis with Angiojet

        Quan Chen
    3. -

      Live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany

        University Hospital Leipzig, Dep. Angiology - Live case center
    4. -

      ISR-treatment – the Leipzig experience with purely mechanical debulking

        Sven Bräunlich
    5. -

      Calcified femoropopliteal lesions – what is the best strategy?

        Andrej Schmidt, Via satellite from Leipzig
    6. -

      Supera – the China experience

        Xin Xu
    7. -

      Live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany

        University Hospital Leipzig, Dep. Angiology - Live case center
    8. -

      Lesion-specific solution of atherectomy devices

        Chung-Ho Hsu
    9. -

      Discussion and conclusion

  • Wednesday, March 14th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Pioneering techniques in critical limb ischemia

    Moderator:
    Giancarlo Biamino, Steven Kum
    Panel:
    Ramon Varcoe, Tatsuya Nakama, Ralf Langhoff, Bryan Yan
    1. -

      Retrograde tibial puncture has changed the algorithm for crossing tibial lesions in CLI: how and when to do it?

        Sven Bräunlich
    2. -

      Live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany

        University Hospital Leipzig, Dep. Angiology - Live case center
    3. -

      Maintaining patency of BTK vessels: what works and what doesn‘t

        Bryan Yan
    4. -

      New approaches for drug delivery in BTK arteries

        Dierk Scheinert
    5. -

      Live case transmission from University Hospital Leipzig, Germany

        University Hospital Leipzig, Dep. Angiology - Live case center
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      Combined surgical and endovascular venous arterialisation to treat desert foot

        Feng Zhang
    7. -

      Percutaneous deep venous arterialisation with the LimFlow procedure

        Steven Kum
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      Discussion and conclusion

  • Thursday, March 15th: - , 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

  • Thursday, March 15th: - , 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

  • Thursday, March 15th: - , Room 1 - Main Arena

    Lunch

  • Thursday, March 15th: - , 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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