ACI 2019 - Programme

Advanced Cardiovascular Intervention 2019 - Programme

  • Programme - Day 1 - Wednesday 16th January 2019Open

    09:30 Introduction and Welcome Adrian Banning, BCIS President
    SESSION 1: OUTCOMES FROM LAST YEAR
    Chair: Adrian Banning
    09:35 Live Cases from Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth Ali Dana
    09:40 Live Cases from Golden Jubilee National Hospital, Glasgow Mitchell Lindsay
    09:45 Live Cases from Barts Heart Centre, London Elliot Smith
    SESSION 2: LIVE CASES -BIFURCATION (JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL)
    Chairs: Miles Behan and Helen Routledge
    Panel: Sudhir Rathore, Patrick Calvert, Mitchell Lindsay
    09:50 EBC 2018 Recommendations Francesco Burzotta
    Discussion
    10:00 Live Case 1 – Patient Profile and Discussion Panel
    10:10 Live Case 1
    Operators: Dougie Muir, Neil Swanson
    Commentator: Justin Carter
    10:55 Innovations in Intervention Presentation
    TALENT – A Randomized Trial Evaluating  Supraflex Ultra-thin Bioresorbable Polymer-based Coronary DES in an All-comers Patients Population Azfar Zaman
    This presentation has been sponsored and organised by SMT
    11:05 Refreshments and Exhibition
    11:35 Imaging a Bifurcation – Why do I Always do it? Tom Johnson
    11:45 Imaging a Bifurcation – Why don’t I Usually do it? Chris Baker
    11:55 Live Case 2 – Patient Profile and Discussion Panel
    12:05 Live Case 2
    Operators: David Austin, Paul Williams
    Commentator: Andrew Sutton
    12:45 Lunch and Exhibition
    SESSION 3: TRIALS AND COMMENTARY/ PERSPECTIVES
    Chairs: Nick Curzen and Brian Clapp
    Panel: Diana Gorog, Derek Harrington, Simon Hetherington
    13:30 Renal Denervation Andrew Sharp
    Perspective Iqbal Malik
    13:45 The GLOBAL LEADERS Trial Richard Anderson
    Perspective James Cockburn
    14:00 MitraClip Robert Smith
    Perspective John Rawlins
    SESSION 4: STRUCTURAL INTERVENTION
    Chairs: Ghada Mikhail and Olaf Wendler
    Panel: Jon Byrne, David Northridge
    14:15 Tricuspid Valve Intervention: Time to Come Out from the Shadows? Bernard Prendergast
    14:25 TV Repair Daniel Blackman
    Discussion
    14:45 Who Should be Referred – LAA Occlusion David Hildick-Smith
    14:55 LAA Occlusion – Pre-Recorded Case David Hildick-Smith
    Discussion
    SESSION 5: BCIS – THE YEAR IN REVIEW
    15:15 The BCIS Lifetime Achievement Award Presented by Rob Henderson
    15:25 Refreshments and Exhibition
    SESSION 6: ADVERSE OUTCOMES AFTER PCI – CONSENT: RISK: TEAM WORK
    Chairs: Mark de Belder and Beth Freestone
    Panel: Simon Kennon, Sarah Carson, Paul Das
    16:00 Keynote Lecture – Communicating Risk Alexandra Freeman
    Discussion
    16:30 Informed Consent: A Guide for the Unwary Mike Norell
    Discussion
    16:50 How do we Define Risk for our Patients? – Insights from our BCIS data Mamas Mamas
    Discussion
    17:10 How do we Manage a Patient’s Death Within our Cath Lab Team? Ellie Gudde
    Discussion
    SESSION 7: WOMEN WITHIN INTERVENTION – FACILITATING CHANGE AND OPTIMISING OPPORTUNITY
    Chairs: Beth Freestone, Cara Hendry
    Panel: Andrew Wragg, Sarah Carson, Rizwan Rashid
    17:30 It’s a Woman’s World! A Male Perspective Iain Simpson
    17:40 Women Working in Interventional Cardiology: The Current Status and Future Considerations  Sarah Clarke/ Alison Calver
    17:55 Radiation and Other Employment Considerations for Women in Cardiology  Helen Routledge/ Rizwan Rashid
    18:10 Being a Mentor Claire Appleby
    Discussion
    SESSION 8:  ANGIOREVIEW BREAKOUT SESSION
    18:30 Group A: (Main Auditorium) Structural (Vascular Disaster – Prevention, Treatment, Salvation?) – Dan Blackman, James Cockburn, Chris Malkin, Raj Das
    Group B: (Hilton Room A) – Tim Wells, Winston Martin, Aung Myat
    Group C: (Hilton Room B) – Dave Smith, Ashish Kotecha, Anish George
    Group D: (Blenheim Suite) – Dan McKenzie, Jeremy Langrish, Reza Rasool
    Group E: (Buckingham Suite) – Nick Curzen, Antonis Pavlidis, Claudia Cosgrove
    19:45 Close of Day One

     

  • Programme - Day 2 - Thursday 17th January 2019Open

    07:45 BCIS Annual General Meeting (Main Auditorium)
    08:30 Meeting re-starts
    SESSION 9: LIVE CASES (PCI in the Post CABG Patient) – Essex Cardiothoracic Centre
    Chairs: Simon Redwood and Alan Bagnall
    Panel: Divaka Perera, Damian Kelly, Maciej Marciniak
    Paul Kelly
    08:30 LV Dysfunction – Who Needs Support? John Townend
    08:40 Live Case 1 – Patient Profile and Discussion Panel
    08:50 Live Case 1
    Operators: Kare Tang, John Davies, (Grigoris Karamasis – Imaging)
    Commentator: James Spratt
    09:40 VG Intervention vs Native Colm Hanratty
    09:50 How do we Improve Outcomes with OMT Rasha Al-Lamee
    10:00 Live case 2 – Patient Profile and Discussion Panel
    10:10 Live case 2
    Operators: Paul Kelly, James Spratt, (Grigoris Karamasis – Imaging)
    Commentators: Gerald Clesham
    10:50 Refreshment and Exhibition
    SESSION 10: UK AUDIT DATA
    Chairs: Tim Kinnaird and Sukh Nijjer
    Panel: Hany Eteiba, Phil Freeman, Margaret McEntegart
    11:20 BCIS Audit Update Peter Ludman
    Discussion
    11:55 How does PPCI Practice Vary in the UK? Andy Ladwiniec
    Discussion
    12:15 How does UK Interventional Practice Compare with Europe Andreas Baumbach
    Discussion
    SESSION 10A: MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM; HAS YOUR CATH LAB GOT THE XFACTOR?                                   (Parallel session to be held in the Blenheim Suite)
    Chairs: Camilla Hodgson, Rizwan Rahid
    Panel: Paula Ghandour, Damian Kelly, David Priscott
    11:20 The Cath Lab Team: ‘None of Us is as Smart as All of Us’ Catherin Theron/ Richard Walters
    Discussion
    11:45 Delegated Consent: Principles and Process Sarah Callaghan
    Discussion
    DEBATE – IT’S THE BEST JOB IN THE WORLD!
    12:10 It’s Amazing in the Cath Lab – Why Work Anywhere Else? Sarah Carson
    12:20 The Problems that I Face – the Reality? Jennifer Hemmings
    Discussion
    12:35 Lunch and Exhibition
    SESSION 11: DEBATE: CARDIAC ARREST WITHOUT ST ELEVATION – WHO SHOULD GO TO THE CATH LAB?
    Chair: Nick West
    Panel: Ian Webb, Beth Freestone, Yahya Al-Najjer
    13:35 Most Patients: It Helps Define Management and is a “Stitch in Time” Simon Redwood
    13:45 Very Few: It Wastes our Time and Resources Raj Kharbanda
    Discussion
    SESSION 12: DEBATE: BCIS MEMBERS SHOULD BE ABLE TO COME OFF THE NIGHT-TIME ROTA AT AGE 55
    Chair: Adam de Belder
    Panel: Shrilla Banerjee, Dwayne Conway, David Sarkar
    14:00 Yes, I’m Tired and I want to Leave that to the Youngsters David Hildick-Smith
    14:10 No, Experience and Volume are Crucial – our Patients Need us on the Front-line Tony Gershlick
    Discussion
    14:25 Innovations in Intervention Presentation
    Syntax II – Case Based Learning Colum Owens
    This presentation has been sponsored and organised by Boston Scientific
    SESSION 13: BCIS BEST OF THE YOUNG, THE YOUNG INVESTIGATORS AND BCIS RESEARCH OF THE YEAR AWARDS
    PART 1: BEST OF THE YOUNG
    Chair: Mark Gunning
    Panel: Jim Nolan, Kam Chitkara, Richard Bogle
    14:35 Unpleasant Surprise – An Unusual Case of LMS PCI in Patient with Cardiogenic Shock Zaheer Alisiddiq
    Discussion
    14:55 Ultra Low/ Zero Contrast Intervention (when a TAVI is at stake) Joy Shome
    Discussion
    15:10 Axillary Impella Protected Percutaneous Coronary Intervention to the Left Main Stem in Abdominal Aortic Occlusion Assisted by Intra-Vascular Lithotripsy Julian Yeoh
    Discussion
    PART 2: BCIS YOUNG INVESTIGATORS AND BCIS RESEARCH OF THE YEAR AWARDS
    ChairS: Nick Curzen and Adrian Banning
    Young Investigators Award
    15:30 Mechanisms of Myocardial Ischemia During Exercise in Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction Haseeb Rahman
    Discussion
    BCIS Research of the Year Award
    15:45 A Randomised, Double Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group Trial of Low-Dose Adjunctive Alteplase During Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (T-TIME) Colin Berry
    Discussion
    SESSION 13A: CASE PRESENTATIONS: WHY DIDN’T I SAY SOMETHING?                                                  (Parallel session to be held in the Blenheim Suite)
    Chairs: Dougie Muir and Sarah Carson
    Panel: Heidi Tumman, James Heppenstall, Jennifer Hemmings
    14:35 Case 1 – Eileen Quinn
    Discussion
    15:15 Case 2 – Rachel Clements
    Discussion
    16:00 Refreshment and Exhibition
    SESSION 14:  ANGIOREVIEW BREAKOUT SESSION
    16:30 Group A: (Main auditorium) Structural (Coronary Occlusion) – Phil MacCarthy, Vas Tzoulamouras, Tiffany Patterson, Viknesh Jayapalen
    Group B: (Hilton Room A) – Tim Wells, Jenny Rossington, Satpal Arri
    Group C: (Hilton Room B) – Dave Smith, Naveen Mudalagiri, Claire Raphael
    Group D: (Blenheim Suite) – Dan McKenzie, Tom Snow, Giovanni Luigi De Maria
    Group E: (Buckingham Suite) – Nick Curzen, Rupert Williams, Arvindra Krishnamurthy
    17:45 Close of Day 2
    19:30 Drinks Reception in the King’s Suite
    20:00 Dinner in the Monarch Suite
  • Programme - Day 3 - Friday 18th January 2019Open

    08:00 Meeting restarts
    SESSION 15: ANGIOREVIEW BREAKOUT SESSION
    08:00 Group A: (Main auditorium) Structural (Sizing and Device Malposition) – Doug Fraser, Anthony Pisaniello, Smriti Saraf, Dougie Muir, Paul Williams
    Group B: (Hilton Room A) – Tim Wells, Angela Hoye, Simon Wilson
    Group C: (Hilton Room B) – Dave Smith, Joshua Chai, Nikhil Pal
    Group D: (Blenheim Suite) – Dan McKenzie, Tom Hyde, Lampson Fan
    Group E: (Buckingham Suite) – Nick Curzen, Neil Ruparelia, Lwin Tin
    09:15 Refreshments and Exhibition
    SESSION 16: LIVE CASE (Staged PCI) – Royal Blackburn Hospital
    Chairs: Andreas Baumbach and Clare Appleby
    Panel: Roby Rakhit, Ajay Jain, Peter O’Kane
    Scot Garg
    09:45 Staged Procedures – What I do and Why Rod Stables
    Discussion
    09:50 Live case – Patient Profile and Discussion Panel
    10:00 Live Case
    Operators: Ravi Singh, John McDonald
    Commentator: Scot Garg
    10:50 Innovations in Intervention Presentation
    Mapping Physiology to Within a Heartbeat Alan Bagnall
    This presentation has been sponsored and organised by Philips
    SESSION 17: MEDTECH EUROPE/ GIRFT/ HCTED – WHAT IS IT AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO ME?
    Chairs: Rob Henderson and Simon Ray
    Panel: Rod Stables, Stephen Brecker, John Greenwood
    11:00 MedTech Europe: Explaining the Rules Fiona McDonald
    Discussion
    11:20 How Interventional Cardiology can Get It Right First Time Sarah Clarke
    Discussion
    11:40 Specialist Commissioning, HCTED and Future Plans Vaughan Lewis
    Discussion
    SESSION 18: IN 2018 HOW DO WE TREAT…
    Chairs: Rosie Swallow and Dougie Muir
    Panel: Sen Devadathan, Paul Williams, Simon Hetherington
    12:00 MINOCA Colin Berry
    Discussion
    12:15 Coronary Disease in Pregnancy Dawn Adamson
    Discussion
    12:30 The Anticoagulated Patient Needing a Stent Azfar Zaman
    Discussion
    12:45 Anomalous Coronaries with a Malignant Course Farzin Fath-Ordoubadi
    Discussion
    13:00 Lunch and Exhibition
    SESSION 19: COMPLICATIONS
    Chair: Julian Gunn
    Case Presenters and Panel: Piers Clifford, Ali Dana, Derek Connolly, Sean Gallagher
    13:45 Case Presentations
    15:00 Close of ACI2019