THE STRUCTURAL HEART DISEASE SUMMIT 2018

Interactive Training Workshop

Sponsored by Claret Medical

Room: Superior, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

The objective of these training sessions is to provide an interactive forum, including didactic and hands-on demonstration, for physicians and other members of the heart team to learn the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System in TAVR. The sessions will be led by physicians currently using Sentinel in their TAVR practices who will share their experiences, including case studies in a variety of anatomies. They will demonstrate and offer hands-on use of Sentinel in anatomical models, as well as answer patient selection questions and provide an opportunity for interactive discussion on the topic of cerebral embolic protection during TAVR.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Understand CT interpretation considerations for identifying the most appropriate patients and anatomies for Sentinel patients.
  • Know Sentinel device preparation, insertion, delivery, and removal of the device
  • Grasp key considerations for optimal Sentinel device maneuvering through various arch anatomies.
  • Recognize clinical highlights of cerebral embolic protection with Sentinel.

Target Audience:

This didactic and hands-on demonstration workshop is intended for interventional cardiologists and other members of the heart team involved with TAVR who are interested in learning about the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System, including but not limited to: case studies and CT interpretation considerations for identifying appropriate patients and Sentinel device procedures and techniques for maneuvering through various arch anatomies.

Agenda

Wednesday, June 20 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

Faculty: Amar Krishnaswamy, MD

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
2:20 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
2:40 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
3:00 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
4:00 PM Adjourn

Wednesday, June 20 4:15 PM-6:15 PM

Faculty: Hemal Gada, MD

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
2:20 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
2:40 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
3:00 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
4:00 PM Adjourn

Sponsored by Claret Medical

Room: Superior, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

The objective of these training sessions is to provide an interactive forum, including didactic and hands-on demonstration, for physicians and other members of the heart team to learn the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System in TAVR. The sessions will be led by physicians currently using Sentinel in their TAVR practices who will share their experiences, including case studies in a variety of anatomies. They will demonstrate and offer hands-on use of Sentinel in anatomical models, as well as answer patient selection questions and provide an opportunity for interactive discussion on the topic of cerebral embolic protection during TAVR.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Understand CT interpretation considerations for identifying the most appropriate patients and anatomies for Sentinel patients.
  • Know Sentinel device preparation, insertion, delivery, and removal of the device
  • Grasp key considerations for optimal Sentinel device maneuvering through various arch anatomies.
  • Recognize clinical highlights of cerebral embolic protection with Sentinel.

Target Audience:

This didactic and hands-on demonstration workshop is intended for interventional cardiologists and other members of the heart team involved with TAVR who are interested in learning about the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System, including but not limited to: case studies and CT interpretation considerations for identifying appropriate patients and Sentinel device procedures and techniques for maneuvering through various arch anatomies.

Agenda

Wednesday, June 20 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

Faculty: Amar Krishnaswamy, MD

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
2:20 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
2:40 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
3:00 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
4:00 PM Adjourn

Wednesday, June 20 4:15 PM-6:15 PM

Faculty: Hemal Gada, MD

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
2:20 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
2:40 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
3:00 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
4:00 PM Adjourn

Sponsored by Claret Medical

Room: Superior, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

The objective of these training sessions is to provide an interactive forum, including didactic and hands-on demonstration, for physicians and other members of the heart team to learn the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System in TAVR. The sessions will be led by physicians currently using Sentinel in their TAVR practices who will share their experiences, including case studies in a variety of anatomies. They will demonstrate and offer hands-on use of Sentinel in anatomical models, as well as answer patient selection questions and provide an opportunity for interactive discussion on the topic of cerebral embolic protection during TAVR.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Understand CT interpretation considerations for identifying the most appropriate patients and anatomies for Sentinel patients.
  • Know Sentinel device preparation, insertion, delivery, and removal of the device
  • Grasp key considerations for optimal Sentinel device maneuvering through various arch anatomies.
  • Recognize clinical highlights of cerebral embolic protection with Sentinel.

Target Audience:

This didactic and hands-on demonstration workshop is intended for interventional cardiologists and other members of the heart team involved with TAVR who are interested in learning about the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System, including but not limited to: case studies and CT interpretation considerations for identifying appropriate patients and Sentinel device procedures and techniques for maneuvering through various arch anatomies.

Agenda

Wednesday, June 20 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

Faculty: Amar Krishnaswamy, MD

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
2:20 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
2:40 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
3:00 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
4:00 PM Adjourn

Wednesday, June 20 4:15 PM-6:15 PM

Faculty: Hemal Gada, MD

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
2:20 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
2:40 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
3:00 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
4:00 PM Adjourn

Sponsored by Claret Medical

Room: Superior, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

The objective of these training sessions is to provide an interactive forum, including didactic and hands-on demonstration, for physicians and other members of the heart team to learn the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System in TAVR. The sessions will be led by physicians currently using Sentinel in their TAVR practices who will share their experiences, including case studies in a variety of anatomies. They will demonstrate and offer hands-on use of Sentinel in anatomical models, as well as answer patient selection questions and provide an opportunity for interactive discussion on the topic of cerebral embolic protection during TAVR.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Understand CT interpretation considerations for identifying the most appropriate patients and anatomies for Sentinel patients.
  • Know Sentinel device preparation, insertion, delivery, and removal of the device
  • Grasp key considerations for optimal Sentinel device maneuvering through various arch anatomies.
  • Recognize clinical highlights of cerebral embolic protection with Sentinel.

Target Audience:

This didactic and hands-on demonstration workshop is intended for interventional cardiologists and other members of the heart team involved with TAVR who are interested in learning about the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System, including but not limited to: case studies and CT interpretation considerations for identifying appropriate patients and Sentinel device procedures and techniques for maneuvering through various arch anatomies.

Agenda

Wednesday, June 20 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

Faculty: Amar Krishnaswamy, MD

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
2:20 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
2:40 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
3:00 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
4:00 PM Adjourn

Wednesday, June 20 4:15 PM-6:15 PM

Faculty: Hemal Gada, MD

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
2:20 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
2:40 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
3:00 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
4:00 PM Adjourn

Interactive Training Workshops

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Supported by Abbott

Room: Michigan, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview/Learning Objectives:

Current MitraClip NT implanters will be trained on the new MitraClip XTR/NTR device changes and procedural steps.

Target Audience:

This workshop is intended for US or European MitraClip NT implanters who need device training on XTR/NTR.

Agenda

  • MitraClip NTR and XTR Device Overview
  • Hands-on Device Heart Modeling

 

Supported by Abbott

Room: Michigan, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview/Learning Objectives:

Physicians who are not currently MitraClip implanters will receive a therapy and procedural overview with hands-on demonstration.

Target Audience:

This workshop is intended for Non-MitraClip Implanters.

Agenda

  • MitraClip Therapy Indication Overview
  • MitraClip NTR and XTR Procedural Overview
  • Hands-on Device Heart Modeling

 

Supported by Abbott

Room: Michigan, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview/Learning Objectives:

Physicians will come away from this course with a greater understanding of the anatomy of the arterial septum and its surrounding structures via heart dissection, as well as the imaging assessments of patient foramen ovales and the procedural nuances of closure/trans-septal access via simulation.

Target Audience:

This workshop is intended for interventional or imaging physicians who are interested in the Amplatzer PFO occluder.

Agenda

  • Anatomical Review of Structural/Congenital Defects via a Heart Dissection
  • Associated TEE/ICE Imaging Standard Vews
  • Hands-on Device Simulator for Trans-septal Access, PFO and ASD Implantation

 

Supported by Abbott

Room: Michigan, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview/Learning Objectives:

This session will allow the attendee to understand the anatomical complexity of the LAA; learn about device size selection, placement, and confirmation of device position; and experience Amplatzer Amulet and the latest technology updates.

Target Audience:

This workshop is intended for physicians practicing in EMEA and all countries within Asia and Latin America that accept CE mark and where the product is commercially available.

Agenda

  • Device Handling
  • Hands-on Virtual Reality Simulator

 

Supported by Baylis Medical, Boston Scientific Corporation, Siemens Healthineers

Room: Mayfair, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

Advance your skill set, and build an essential foundation by attending the interactive trans-septal training workshop. Expert faculty will provide didactic learning, followed by hands-on workshop application using simulators, wet models, and devices.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Possess a basic understanding of the anatomy and procedure to cross the septum for left atrial access.
  • Understand the products and tools available to conduct a trans-septal procedure.
  • Apply skills of crossing the septum through use of hands-on models and simulation tools.

Target Audience:

This hands-on workshop is intended for the practicing interventional cardiologist who is planning on performing procedures involving left atrial access, such as, but not limited to, transcatheter mitral valve repair, LAA closure, and mitral valvuloplasty.

Agenda

Thursday, June 21 8:00 AM-10:00 AM

8:00 AM Welcome Remarks
8:02 AM Step-by-step Trans-septal: Technique, Equipment, and Complications
8:12 AM Instructional Videos
8:42 AM Hands-on Training Stations
-TEE (Heartworks Simulator)
-Devices: Needles, Wires, and Sheaths
-Trans-septal Wet Models
-Trans-septal Simulator (Simbionix)
10:00 AM Adjourn

Thursday, June 21 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Step-by-step Trans-septal: Technique, Equipment, and Complications
2:12 PM Instructional Videos
2:42 PM Hands-on Training Stations
-TEE (Heartworks Simulator)
-Devices: Needles, Wires, and Sheaths
-Trans-septal Wet Models
-Trans-septal Simulator (Simbionix)
4:00 PM Adjourn

Supported by Boston Scientific Corporation

Room: Mayfair, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

A Roundtable Discussion With LAAC Experts

This workshop is intended for the practicing interventionalist in Left Atrial Appendage Closure (LAAC) who treats patients with NVAF.  The workshop will provide time to review your and faculty cases with LAAC experts.  Those that attend this roundtable discussion should bring cases to share and discuss during the sessions. 

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Discuss the current state of evidence-based medicine for stroke risk reduction in patients with NVAF.
  • Review the clinical considerations for Left Atrial Appendage Closure (LAAC).
  • Review the appropriate patient and anatomical selection for LAAC.

Target Audience:

This workshop is designed for those individuals certified on Watchman and currently implanting the device.    

Agenda

Thursday, June 21 10:15 AM-12:15 PM

Thursday, June 21 4:15 PM-6:15 PM

More details coming soon!

 

Interactive Training Workshops

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Supported by Abbott

Room: Michigan, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview/Learning Objectives:

Current MitraClip NT implanters will be trained on the new MitraClip XTR/NTR device changes and procedural steps.

Target Audience:

This workshop is intended for US or European MitraClip NT implanters who need device training on XTR/NTR.

Agenda

  • MitraClip NTR and XTR Device Overview
  • Hands-on Device Heart Modeling

 

Supported by Abbott

Room: Michigan, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview/Learning Objectives:

Physicians who are not currently MitraClip implanters will receive a therapy and procedural overview with hands-on demonstration.

Target Audience:

This workshop is intended for Non-MitraClip Implanters.

Agenda

  • MitraClip Therapy Indication Overview
  • MitraClip NTR and XTR Procedural Overview
  • Hands-on Device Heart Modeling

 

Supported by Abbott

Room: Michigan, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview/Learning Objectives:

Physicians will come away from this course with a greater understanding of the anatomy of the arterial septum and its surrounding structures via heart dissection, as well as the imaging assessments of patient foramen ovales and the procedural nuances of closure/trans-septal access via simulation.

Target Audience:

This workshop is intended for interventional or imaging physicians who are interested in the Amplatzer PFO occluder.

Agenda

  • Anatomical Review of Structural/Congenital Defects via a Heart Dissection
  • Associated TEE/ICE Imaging Standard Vews
  • Hands-on Device Simulator for Trans-septal Access, PFO and ASD Implantation

 

Supported by Abbott

Room: Michigan, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview/Learning Objectives:

This workshop will discuss the advantages of a fully resheathable transcatheter aortic valve and allow attendees to experience the trackability, flexibility, and responsive delivery features of the Portico TAVI system in unique anatomies (case-in-a-box reviews).  Attendee will also learn to implant Portico in a Beating Heart Model.

Target Audience:

This workshop is intended for physicians practicing in EMEA and all countries within Asia and Latin America that accept CE mark and where the product is commercially available.

Agenda

  • Device Handling
  • Hands-on Beating Heart Simulator

 

Supported by Medtronic

Room: Superior, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

Advance your skill set, and build an essential foundation by attending the Fundamentals of Cardiac Anatomy and Imaging Correlation (Fellows ONLY) training program. Expert faculty will provide didactic learning followed by hands-on workshop application using pig hearts and imaging stations.  

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Understand the basic heart anatomy.
  • Identify various imaging modalities for structural heart therapies.
  • Gain hands-on experience using pig hearts and imaging stations.

Target Audience:

This hands-on workshop is intended for Fellows currently in the following fellowships – 3rd year cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, Structural Heart, and Cardiothoracic Surgery – interested in learning more about anatomy and imaging during structural heart procedures.

Agenda

Friday, June 22 8:00 AM-10:00 AM

8:00 AM Welcome Remarks
8:02 AM Anatomy Overview Using Various Imaging Modalities for Structural Heart Procedures
8:47 AM Hands-on Training Stations
-Anatomy Review With Wet Lab/Heart Dissection
-Imaging Stations 
10:00 AM Adjourn

Supported by Medtronic

Room: Superior, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

Advance your skill set, and build an essential foundation by attending the interactive TAVR in Bicuspid Aortic Valve Training Workshop. Expert faculty will provide didactic instruction, case demonstrations, and hands-on workshop application using real-world case examples and 3D imaging software.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Diagnose bicuspid aortic valves and classify by Sievers type.
  • Measure anatomical sizing criteria using 3D multi-planer reformatting software.
  • Plan implantation approaches to various hypothetical patient examples.

Target Audience:

This hands-on workshop is intended for experienced TAVR implanters who are interested in learning about the latest developments in treating bicuspid aortic valve patients with transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedures.

Agenda

Friday, June 22 10:15 AM-12:15 PM

10:15 AM Welcome Remarks
10:17 AM Overview of Bicuspid Aortic Valve Disease State
10:27 AM Identification and Classification of Bicuspid Aortic Valves
10:42 AM Controversies in Sizing the Bicuspid Valve
10:57 AM Procedural Considerations for Performing TAVR in Bicuspid Patients
11:12 AM Hands-on Patient Assessment and Case Planning
12:15 PM Adjourn

Supported by Medtronic

Room: Superior, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

Advance your skill set, and build an essential foundation by attending the interactive Aortic Valve-in-Valve Training Workshop. Expert faculty will provide didactic learning followed by hands-on workshop application using simulators, wet models, and devices.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Understand the index surgical procedure completed by the cardiac surgeon when implanting stented and stentless surgical valves.
  • Describe and deal with unique challenges of TAV in SAV procedures and their mitigations. Examples include TAV in Stentless SAV, managing residual stenosis, and use of recapture features.
  • Appreciate complex TAV in SAV challenges through use of hands-on models and simulation tools.

Target Audience:

This hands-on workshop is intended for practicing interventional cardiologists and cardiac surgeons who are planning on performing transcatheter aortic valve (TAV) in failed surgical aortic valve (SAV) procedures.

Agenda

Friday, June 22 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Hands-on Wet Lab/Examination of Surgical Valve Implant Technique
2:32 PM Interactive Case Presentation of TAV in Stentless Valves
3:02 PM Interactive Case Presentation of TAV in Stented Valves
3:32 PM Mitigating Risks of Coronary Occlusion
4:00 PM Adjourn

Friday, June 22 4:15 PM-6:15 PM

4:15 PM Welcome Remarks
4:17 PM Hands-on Wet Lab/Examination of Surgical Valve Implant Technique
4:47 PM Interactive Case Presentation of TAV in Stentless Valves
5:17 PM Interactive Case Presentation of TAV in Stented Valves
5:47 PM Mitigating Risks of Coronary Occlusion
6:15 PM Adjourn

Interactive Training Workshops

Sign Up

Supported by Baylis Medical, Boston Scientific Corporation, Siemens Healthineers

Room: Mayfair, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

Advance your skill set, and build an essential foundation by attending the interactive trans-septal training workshop. Expert faculty will provide didactic learning, followed by hands-on workshop application using simulators, wet models, and devices.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Possess a basic understanding of the anatomy and procedure to cross the septum for left atrial access.
  • Understand the products and tools available to conduct a trans-septal procedure.
  • Apply skills of crossing the septum through use of hands-on models and simulation tools.

Target Audience:

This hands-on workshop is intended for the practicing interventional cardiologist who is planning on performing procedures involving left atrial access, such as, but not limited to, transcatheter mitral valve repair, LAA closure, and mitral valvuloplasty.

Agenda

Wednesday, June 20 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Step-by-step Trans-septal: Technique, Equipment, and Complications
2:12 PM Instructional Videos
2:42 PM Hands-on Training Stations
-TEE (Heartworks Simulator)
-Devices: Needles, Wires, and Sheaths
-Trans-septal Wet Models
-Trans-septal Simulator (Simbionix)
4:00 PM Adjourn

Supported by Claret Medical

Room: Superior, Sheraton Grand Chicago

Overview:

The objective of these training workshops is to provide an interactive forum, including didactic and hands-on demonstration, for physicians and other members of the heart team to learn the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System in TAVR. The workshopss will be led by physicians currently using Sentinel in their TAVR practices who will share their experiences, including case studies in a variety of anatomies. They will demonstrate and offer hands-on use of Sentinel in anatomical models, as well as answer patient selection questions and provide an opportunity for interactive discussion on the topic of cerebral embolic protection during TAVR.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this activity, the attendee should be able to:

  • Understand CT interpretation considerations for identifying the most appropriate patients and anatomies for Sentinel patients.
  • Know Sentinel device preparation, insertion, delivery, and removal of the device.
  • Grasp key considerations for optimal Sentinel device maneuvering through various arch anatomies.
  • Recognize clinical highlights of cerebral embolic protection with Sentinel.

Target Audience:

This didactic and hands-on demonstration workshop is intended for interventional cardiologists and other members of the heart team involved with TAVR who are interested in learning about the benefits and use of the Sentinel® Cerebral Protection System, including but not limited to: case studies and CT interpretation considerations for identifying appropriate patients and Sentinel device procedures and techniques for maneuvering through various arch anatomies.

Agenda

Wednesday, June 20 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

Faculty: TBD

2:00 PM Welcome Remarks
2:02 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
2:20 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
2:40 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
3:00 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
4:00 PM Adjourn

Wednesday, June 20 4:15 PM-6:15 PM

Faculty: TBD

4:15 PM Welcome Remarks
4:17 PM Overview of Clinical Findings of Cerebral Embolic Protection With Sentinel in TAVR
4:35 PM Experience With Sentinel at My Institution: Case Studies and Program Impact
4:55 PM Overview of Sentinel Use: Preprocedure Planning, Device Preparation, Delivery, and Removal
5:15 PM Hands-on Training Stations With Sentinel Devices and Anatomical Models
6:15 PM Adjourn