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CARDIAC Adult Cardiac Skills:
How I Would Like My Operation Done
Saturday, April 25, 2015 | 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Course Chair: *Lars G. Svensson, Cleveland Clinic
Course Co-Chair: *Michael A. Borger, Columbia University
 
7:55 AM - 8:00 AM Welcome and Introduction
*Lars G. Svensson, Cleveland Clinic
 
8:00 AM - 8:08 AM How I Would Like My Minimal Invasive J - Incision To Be Done for My Aortic Valve
*Volkmar Falk, University Hospital Zurich
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8:08 AM - 8:16 AM I Would Like a Right Thoracotomy for My Aortic Valve and How It Should Be Done
Mattia Glauber, Sant'Ambrogio Clinic, Milan
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8:16 AM - 8:24 AM I Would Like a Balloon Expandable Sutureless Valve for My Aortic Valve and How It Should Be Done
*Michael A. Borger, Columbia University
 
8:24 AM - 8:32 AM I Would Like a Robotic Self- Expanding Sutureless Valve for My Aortic Valve and How It Should Be Done
*Rakesh M. Suri, Mayo Clinic
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8:32 AM - 8:40 AM Managing the Small Annulus and Lvot with a Biological Valve with or Without Myectomy
*Bruce W. Lytle, Cleveland Clinic
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8:40 AM - 8:48 AM Mechanical Valve for Small Annulus and How I Would Like My Annular Enlargement to Be Done
*Hartzell V. Schaff, Mayo Clinic
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8:48 AM - 8:56 AM How I Want Aortic My Valve Leaflets Repaired
*Allan S. Stewart, Mount Sinai Medical Center
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8:56 AM - 9:04 AM QUESTIONS
 
9:04 AM - 9:12 AM How I Would Like My Transapical Valve Inserted
*Vinod H. Thourani, Emory University
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9:12 AM - 9:20 AM How I Would Like My Direct Aortic Valve Inserted
*Michael J. Reardon, Methodist DeBakey Heart Center
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9:20 AM - 9:28 AM How I Would Like a Self- Expanding Valve Inserted Including Subclavain Backup
*Gregory P. Fontana, Lenox Hill Hospital
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9:28 AM - 9:36 AM How I Would Like My Inflatable Frame and Super Glue Valve Inserted
Reginald I. Low, University of California, Davis
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9:36 AM - 9:44 AM How I Would Like My Biological Valve Failure to Be Treated With a Valve-In-Valve
*Vinod H. Thourani, Emory University
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9:44 AM - 10:00 AM PANEL DISCUSSION
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM COFFEE BREAK
 
10:30 AM - 10:38 AM How I Would Like By Bicuspid Valve and Aneurysms Treated
*Thoralf M. Sundt, III, Massachusetts General Hospital
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10:38 AM - 10:46 AM Tips I Would Give My Surgeon Replacing My Aortic Root
*Lars G. Svensson, Cleveland Clinic
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10:46 AM - 10:54 AM How I Would Like My Aortic Arch Repaired With Debranching and Stents
*Joseph E. Bavaria, University of Pennsylvania
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10:54 AM - 11:02 AM How I Would Like My Elephant Trunk Procedure to Be Done
*Malakh L. Shrestha, Hannover Medical School
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11:02 AM - 11:10 AM How I Would Plan and Do My Descending Aorta Dissection with Stents
*Eric E. Roselli, Cleveland Clinic
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11:10 AM - 11:18 AM How I Would Like My Descending Aortic Aneurysm Treated With Coverage of the Left Subclavian Artery
*John S. Ikonomidis, Medical University of South Carolina
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11:18 AM - 11:26 AM What I Would Choose to Do for My Thoracoabdominal Aorta Repair
*Joseph S. Coselli, Baylor College of Medicine
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11:26 AM - 11:34 AM How I Would Like My Thoracoabdominal Aorta Stented
Matthew J. Eagleton, Cleveland Clinic
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11:34 AM - 11:42 AM How I Would Like My Acute Ascending Aortic Dissection to Be Treated
*D. Craig Miller, Standford University
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11:42 AM - 12:00 PM PANEL DISCUSSION
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM LUNCH
Featured Lunch Speaker

Interview with *Lawrence H. Cohn, Brigham & Women's Hospital
 
1:00 PM - 1:08 PM What Would I Like To Be Done For My Ischemic Mitral Valve Regurgitation - Replace with Chordal Preservation?
*Irving L. Kron, University of Virginia
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1:08 PM - 1:16 PM Other Than Rings, What I Would Like For My Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation Repair
*Robert A. Dion, Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg
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1:16 PM - 1:24 PM What Approach and Technique Would I Ask For My Degenerative Mitral Valve Repair: Five Techniques For 95% of Valves
*A. Marc Gillinov, Cleveland Clinic
 
1:24 PM - 1:32 PM Complex Degenerative Valve Repair Techniques: The Other 5% of Valves
*David H. Adams, Mount Sinai Medical Center
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1:32 PM - 1:40 PM Severe MAC - What About Direct Placement of Balloon-expandable Pulmonary Valve Device?
Ahmed El-Eshmawi, Mount Sinai Medical Center
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1:40 PM - 1:48 PM How I Would Do My Mitral Valve Clips
Francesco Maisano, University Hospital Zurich
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1:48 PM - 1:56 PM How I Would Do My Mitral Valve Replacement Valve - in - Valve
Anson Cheung, University of Columbia
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1:56 PM - 2:04 PM My Choice For Percutaneous Mitral Valve Replacement
Jose Luis Navia, Cleveland Clinic
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2:04 PM - 2:12 PM Tips I Would Give My Surgeon for My Double Valve (Aortic and Mitral) Endocarditis
*Gosta B. Pettersson, Cleveland Clinic
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2:12 PM - 2:20 PM How to Do a Mitral Valve Repair for Rheumatic Valve Disease
Taweezak Chotivatanapong, Chest Disease Institute
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2:20 PM - 2:28 PM What Lesion Set I Would Have Depending on My Atrial Fibrillation Type
*Ralph J. Damiano, Jr., Washington University
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2:28 PM - 2:40 PM PANEL DISCUSSION
 
2:40 PM - 2:48 PM How I Would Like My Arterial Grafting To Done With Bilateral Internal Arteries and Other Arterial Conduits
*Joseph F. Sabik, III, Cleveland Clinic
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2:48 PM - 2:56 PM How I Would Do My Robotic Coronary Artery Bypassing
Johannes Bonatti, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi
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2:56 PM - 3:04 PM How I Would Do My Thorascopic Coronary Artery Bypassing
Robert S. Poston, University of Arizona
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3:04 PM - 3:12 PM How I Would Do My Anterior VSD Closure
*John V. Conte, Johns Hopkins Hospital
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3:12 PM - 3:20 PM How I Would Do My Inferior - Basal VSD Repair
*Tirone E. David, Toronto General Hospital
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3:20 PM - 3:30 PM PANEL DISCUSSION
 


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