AGENDA – SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8th 2022 – NY Endovascular Summit

AGENDA – SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8th 2022



FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2022SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2022

LOCATION: etc.venues - Venture 1, 2 & 3, 4th Floor

7:15 am
Registration / Continental Breakfast
Galleria, 5th Floor
7:45 am
SESSION I | CRITICAL LIMB ISCHEMIA
8:00 am
LIVE CASE PRESENTATION #1: SESSIONS IN CLTI: PRIMARY PEDAL ACCESS FOR TIBIAL REVASCULARIZATION
Broadcast From: Advanced Cardiac and Vascular Amputation Prevention Centers, Grand Rapids, MI
8:30 am
Tibial Anatomy
Arthur C. Lee, MD
8:40 am
Tibial Toolbox: Wires and Catheters
George S. Chrysant, MD
8:50 am
Pedal Access: Techniques on How to Do It: USG vs. Angiographic
Prof. Dierk Scheinert, MD
9:00 am
SAAD vs. BAAD Disease
Arthur C. Lee, MD
SESSION II | CRITICAL LIMB ISCHEMIA
Session Head:
9:10 am
LIVE CASE PRESENTATION #2: SESSIONS IN CLTI: ANTEGRADE TIBIAL REVASCULARIZATION OF SEVERE TIBIAL DISEASE/CTO
Broadcast From: Vascular and Interventional Specialists, Dakota Dunes, SD
9:40 am
My Algorithm: Tibial CTO Crossing
Prof. Dierk Scheinert, MD
9:50 am
Tibial Artery Non-Bioresorbable Drug Technologies: What’s on The Horizon: European Experience
Prof. Fabrizio Fanelli, MD
10:00 am
Deep Venous Arterialization: How Do I Do It and Data
Steven Kum, MD
10:10 am
Drug-Eluting Technology for Below-the-Knee Intervention
Ehrin Armstrong, MD
10:20 am
Bioresorbable Technology in Below-the-Knee Intervention
Sahil A. Parikh, MD
10:30 am
BREAK / VISIT EXHIBITS
SESSION III | CRITICAL LIMB ISCHEMIA
10:45 am
LIVE CASE PRESENTATION #3: SESSIONS IN CLTI: MULTI-TIBIAL ARTERY REVASCULARIZATION
Broadcast From: Advanced Cardiac and Vascular Amputation Prevention Centers, Grand Rapids, MI
11:15 am
Available Tibial Atherectomy Devices
Asma Khaliq, MD
11:25 am
Role of IVUS in Management of BTK Disease
TBD
11:35 am
Endpoints of CLI Treatment: Pedal Acceleration Time, Flow Med, Etc.
Christian Bianchi, MD
11:45 am
Panel Discussion
12:00 pm
LUNCH / VISIT EXHIBITS
1:00 pm
Endovascular vs. Surgical Management of ALI
Elizabeth Genovese, MD
1:10 pm
Catheter-Directed Thrombolysis vs. Devices: How Do We Choose?
Brian G. DeRubertis, MD
1:20 pm
Diagnosis of Compartment Syndrome and the Role of Fasciotomy: When You Should Do It
Rajesh K. Malik, MD
1:30 pm
Medical Management After CLTI/ALI Diagnosis
Eric A. Secemsky, MD
1:40 pm
Q&A
2:10 pm
BREAK / VISIT EXHIBITS
2:25 pm
Novel New Devices for Carotid Stenting
Ravish Sachar, MD
2:40 pm
High-Grade Carotid Artery Stenosis: TCAR vs. Femoral Approach: How Do I Choose?
Peter L. Faries, MD
DEBATE: Carotid Artery Disease: Surgery vs. Stenting/TCAR
2:55 pm
TCAR Will Replace Standard Endarterectomy
Brian G. DeRubertis, MD
3:10 pm
There is No Randomized Data for TCAR (Getting Ahead of Yourself): Transfemoral Stenting Remains a Viable Option
Kenneth Rosenfield, MD
3:25 pm
Surgical Endarterectomy Remains the Gold Standard
Darren B. Schneider, MD
3:40 pm
Percutaneous Dialysis Fistula Creation: Let’s Talk Devices
Zubin D. Irani, MD
3:55 pm
Role of DCB in Dialysis Access
Robert A. Lookstein, MD
4:10 pm
Q&A
SESSION VI | COMPLICATIONS AND BAILOUTS: LET’S CELEBRATE (GREAT ESCAPE) OR DROWN OUR SORROWS WITH COCKTAILS
4:30 pm
Case 2: Carotid Complication
Prakash Krishnan, MD
4:45 pm
5:00 pm
5:15 pm
Closing Remarks
Prakash Krishnan, MD
AORTIC BOOTCAMP & EARLY CAREER VASCULAR SURGEONS SESSION
This course is targeted for vascular fellows and early career physicians. Fellows are eligible for travel/hotel scholarships to attend for free! For Fellows seeking travel scholarship, attendance is required at both the Friday, October 7 and Saturday, October 8 NYEVS General Sessions. All Aortic / Vascular Fellows will attend the Aortic Bootcamp Session on Saturday. APPLY VIA THE BUTTON BELOW!

AORTIC BOOTCAMP FELLOWS APPLICATION

(If you are interested in attending the MS Endovascular Fellows Course on October 6, as well, please apply for that course HERE. You will also attend the Aortic Bootcamp on Saturday).
If you would like to attend the course but are not a fellow, you may pay the Full Symposium rate for Saturday Only to attend the Aortic Bootcamp. Paid attendees are able to sit in on the didactic lectures only. Cadaver Lab & Hands-on sessions are limited to fellows/scholarship recipients.

LOCATION: etc.venues - 5th Floor, Enterprise 1

7:15 am
Registration / Continental Breakfast
Galleria, 5th Floor
SESSION I | DIDACTIC LECTURES
Moderator:
8:05 am
Advances in Imaging for Vascular Intervention
Robert Y. Rhee, MD
8:15 am
Q&A
8:20 am
Alternative Access for Complex Aortic Interventions
Darren B. Schneider, MD
8:30 am
Q&A
8:35 am
Which Patients Should Undergo Open AAA Repair?
Gregg S. Landis, MD
8:40 am
Q&A
8:45 am
Management of Chronic Thoracic Aortic Dissecting Aneurysm
Rami O. Tadros, MD
8:55 am
Q&A
9:00 am
Management of High-Angled Neck for AAA
Palma Shaw, MD
9:10 am
Q&A
9:15 am
Preserving the Hypogastric Artery During EVAR: One, Both or None
Apostolos K. Tassiopoulos, MD
9:25 am
Q&A
9:30 am
Management of Small-Access Iliac Vessels for EVAR, TEVAR and TAVR
Ageliki G. Vouyouka, MD
9:40 am
Q&A
9:45 am
New EVAR Graft Designs: What Does the Future Hold?
TBD
9:55 am
Q&A
10:00 am
BREAK / VISIT EXHIBITS
SESSION II | CADAVER STATIONS
10:15 am
Abdominal Aorta, Thoracic Aorta, Carotid Cutdown and Thoracic Outlet Dissections
  • Station One
  • Proctors: Jeffrey J. Siracuse, MD and TBD
  • Station Two
  • Proctors: Karan Garg, MD and TBD
  • Station Three
  • Proctors: Francis Caputo, MD and TBD
  • Station Four
  • Proctors: Reid A. Ravin, MD and Palma Shaw, MD
12:15 pm
LUNCH / VISIT EXHIBITS
SESSION III | SIMULATOR SESSIONS
1:15 pm
Proctors: William E. Beckerman, MD; Francis Caputo, MD; Sharif Ellozy, MD; Daniel K. Han, MD; John Phair, MD; Ajit G. Rao, MD; Sam C. Tyagi, MD
SESSION IV | SENIOR RESIDENT & FELLOW CASE PRESENTATION COMPETITION
2:15 pm
Case Presentations 1 – 9
3:45 pm
BREAK / VISIT EXHIBITS
4:00 pm
Case Presentations 10 – 16
5:15 pm
Awards Ceremony

AGENDA COMING SOON!