Biotech China 2014
The Seventh International Chronic Total Occlusion Summit
New York Marriott Marquis
1535 Broadway
New York, NY
http://www.ctosummit.org/
The Seventh International Chronic Total Occlusion Summit

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, February 4, 2010
06:00:00 check-in
06:30:00 Room: Westside Salon 1 & 2
06:30:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
07:00:00 Breakfast Meetings
07:05:00 CTO Revascularization: An Evidence Basis for Improving Clinical Outcomes and Global Trends
08:00:00 Clinical Rationale for CTO Recanalization: Beyond Just Symptom Relief? Barry D. Rutherford
08:15:00 A Whirlwind Review of the Worlds CTO Literature from the Last Year Ajay J. Kirtane
08:30:00 Trends in US CTO Angioplasty: Insights from the NCDR Registry J. Aaron Grantham
08:40:00 The Evolution of CTO Masters from Japan: Current Thoughts on Patient Selection, Operator Technique, Equipment, and Outcomes Takahiko Suzuki
08:50:00 A Report from the Euorpean CTO Club: Demographic Trends, Technical Preferences, and Clinical Results Carlo Di Mario
09:05:00 Early Perspectives from the Canadian Multicenter CTO Longitudinal Study Bradley H. Strauss
09:15:00 Moderated Discussion with Audience Q&A Takahiko Suzuki, Bradley H. Strauss, Ajay J. Kirtane, J. Aaron Grantham, Carlo Di Mario, Gregg W. Stone, Barry D. Rutherford
09:30:00 Live Coronary Case Session I: Cases 1, 2, and 3 (Columbia University Medical Center) Craig B Thompson, Osamu Katoh, Antonio Colombo, Varinder P. Singh, Jeffrey W. Moses, Takahiko Suzuki, Georgios Sianos, Barry D. Rutherford, Masahiko Ochiai, Gary S. Mintz, Carlo Di Mario, Maurice Buchbinder, Yaron Almagor, Gregg W. Stone, Michael B. Collins
11:30:00 Visit Exhibit Hall and Lunch Pick-up
11:45:00 Lunchtime Case Review Session: My Most Memorable (Spectacularly Successful) CTO Case of the Year Bradley H. Strauss
12:00:00 Case 1 Alfredo R. Galassi
12:10:00 Case 2 R. Michael Wyman
12:20:00 Case 3 J. Aaron Grantham
12:30:00 Case 4 Giora Weisz
12:40:00 Case 5 Masahisa Yamane
12:50:00 Panel Discussion R. Michael Wyman, J. Aaron Grantham, Masahisa Yamane, Giora Weisz, Alfredo R. Galassi
12:55:00 CTO Fundamentals: What Every Interventionalist Should Know Martin B. Leon, Gerald S. Werner
13:00:00 Angiographic Tips on Case Selection: How to Correctly Interpret Collaterals (Implications for Therapy) Gerald S. Werner
13:10:00 CTO Milieu and Technique Issues: Guiding Catheters, Vascular Access (Transradial Options), Contralateral Injections, Contrast Management, and Advice for the Non-Expert Gregg W. Stone
13:25:00 Basic Antegrade CTO Guidewire Selection and Technique Variations Martin B. Leon
13:35:00 CTO Guidewire Basics: A Primer on Design Assessment (for Dummies) and Matching the Technique to the Lesion Sudhir Rathore
13:50:00 Practical Considerations and Complications Associated with Radiation Exposure During CTO Therapy Stephen Balter
14:00:00 Should DES Be Used for All CTOs? David E. Kandzari
14:15:00 Moderated Discussion with Audience Q&A Martin B. Leon, Gregg W. Stone, Sudhir Rathore, David E Kandzari, Stephen Balter, Gerald S. Werner
14:30:00 Live Coronary Case Session II: Cases 4, 5, and 6 (Scripps Clinic) Jeffrey W. Moses, Shigeru Saito, Reginald I. Low, William L. Lombardi, Paul S. Teirstein, Curtiss T. Stinis, Matthew J. Price, David E. Kandzari, David Williams, Gerald S. Werner, Etsuo Tsuchikane, Craig A. Thompson, Satoru Sumitsuji, Sudhir Rathore, Martin B. Leon, Antonio Colombo
15:00:00 The Retrograde Forum: Advanced Techniques I Masahiko Ochiai, Jeffrey W. Moses
17:00:00 Case Selection Algorithms for Retrograde CTO Angioplasty: When to Start and When to Switch Craig B Thompson
17:15:00 Retrograde Techniques 1: Guidewire Choices, Septal Selection, and Navigation (Case Examples) Masahisa Yamane
17:25:00 Retrograde Techniques 2: If the Guidewire Crosses Retrograde, Then What? (Case Examples) Yasushi Asakura
17:35:00 Retrograde Techniques 3: If the Guidewire Doesn't Cross Retrograde, CART and Reverse CART (Case Examples) Etsuo Tsuchikane
17:45:00 Using the Corsair Channel Dilator to Facilitate Retrograde CTO Angioplasty (Case Examples) Osamu Katoh
17:55:00 Featured Lecture: Complications, Clinical Outcomes, and the Learning Curve Associated with the CTO Retrograde Technique Osamu Katoh
18:00:00 End of the day 1
18:15:00 Moderated Discussion with Audience Q&A Craig B Thompson, Masahisa Yamane, Etsuo Tsuchikane, Osamu Katoh, Yasushi Asakura, Masahiko Ochiai, Jeffrey W. Moses
18:30:00 Reception
18:30:00 Adjourn
19:00:00 Evening Programs
Friday, February 5, 2010
06:30:00 Continental Breakfast
06:30:00 Room: Westside Salon 1 & 2
07:00:00 Breakfast Meetings
07:05:00 The Antegrade Forum: Advanced Techniques II Craig B Thompson, Antonio Colombo
08:00:00 Advanced Antegrade Guidewire Techniques: A Case-Based Tutorial Masahiko Ochiai
08:15:00 The Resistant CTO Lesion: What to Do When You Can't Cross with a Balloon or Can't Dilate (Case Examples) Georgios Sianos
08:25:00 Multifunctional Applications of the Tornus Catheter (Case Examples) Etsuo Tsuchikane
08:35:00 IVUS Guidance for Antegrade CTO Crossing Satoru Sumitsuji
08:45:00 Subintimal Tracking and Reentry (STAR) and Intraocclusion Contrast Injections (the Microchannel Technique) Antonio Colombo
09:00:00 Complications (and Management) Associated with Antegrade CTO Angioplasty R. Michael Wyman
09:15:00 Moderated Discussion with Audience Q&A Craig B Thompson, R. Michael Wyman, Etsuo Tsuchikane, Satoru Sumitsuji, Georgios Sianos, Antonio Colombo
09:30:00 Live Coronary Case Session III: Cases 7, 8, and 9 (Columbia University Medical Center) Craig B Thompson, Gerald S. Werner, Masahiko Ochiai, J. Aaron Grantham, Gregg W. Stone, Varinder P. Singh, Jeffrey W. Moses, Michael B. Collins, Masahisa Yamane, Gary S. Mintz, Alfredo R. Galassi, George D. Dangas, Antonio Colombo, Yasushi Asakura, Martin B. Leon
11:30:00 Visit Exhibit Hall and Lunch Pick-up
11:35:00 Lunchtime Case Review Session: My Most Forgettable (Failures and Complications) CTO Case of the Year Ajay J. Kirtane
12:00:00 Case 1 Georgios Sianos
12:10:00 Case 2 Satoru Sumitsuji
12:20:00 Case 3 David O. Williams
12:30:00 Case 4 Maurice Buchbinder
12:40:00 Case 5 Sudhir Rathore
12:50:00 Panel Discussion David O. Williams, Satoru Sumitsuji, Georgios Sianos, Sudhir Rathore, Maurice Buchbinder
12:55:00 Adjunctive CTO Imaging: Advanced Techniques III Gary S. Mintz, Carlo Di Mario
13:00:00 Proposition 1: IVUS Guidance Is Required for Optimal Results During CTO Angioplasty (Assists Antegrade/Retrograde Crossing and Guides Post-Crossing PCI) Akiko Maehara
13:15:00 Proposition 2: MSCT for Planning and Guidance of CTO Therapy Adds Useful Information BUT Is Not Required Jeffrey W. Moses
13:25:00 Proposition 3: OCT Imaging Has Limited Value in CTO Therapy for Technical and Interpretation Reasons Carlo Di Mario
13:30:00 Expanding The CTO Toolbox: Novel Technologies David O. Williams, Bradley H. Strauss
13:35:00 Moderated Discussion with Audience Q&A Satoru Sumitsuji, Georgios Sianos, Sudhir Rathore, Jeffrey W. Moses, Akiko Maehara, Gary S. Mintz, Carlo Di Mario
13:50:00 The FlowCardia Crosser: A Practical, Simple, and Safe Tool to Facilitate CTO Angioplasty Alfredo R. Galassi
14:05:00 Coronary Reentry with the Bridgepoint System: Early Experiences and Results from the FAST-CTO Trial R. Michael Wyman
14:15:00 SafeCross Revisited: Clinical Value of OCR Guidance and Radiofrequency Ablation for CTO Crossing Richard R. Heuser
14:25:00 The Ovalum CiTop Guidewire: Device Evolution, Peripheral, and Coronary Applications Amit Segev
14:35:00 Novelis Forward-Looking IVUS and Radiofrequency Ablation: Program Update David O. Williams
14:45:00 The EndoCross Enabler Technology: Device Description and Early Clinical Results Maurice Buchbinder
14:55:00 Collagenases for CTO Dissolution: Preclinical Results and First-Human-Use Experiences Bradley H. Strauss
15:05:00 Moderated Discussion with Audience Q&A R. Michael Wyman, Amit Segev, Richard R. Heuser, Alfredo R. Galassi, Maurice Buchbinder, David O. Williams, Bradley H. Strauss
15:05:00 Scalding Hot Topics and Stump the Experts Gregg W. Stone, Martin B. Leon
15:20:00 Hot Topic I: Most CTO Angioplasty Requires Specialized Training and Should Be Performed ONLY by Dedicated Interventionalists - Resolve (Defense)
15:25:00 Hot Topic I Discussion: Most CTO Angioplasty Requires Specialized Training and Should Be Performed ONLY by Dedicated Interventionalists Masahisa Yamane, Sudhir Rathore, Carlo Di Mario, George D. Dangas, Maurice Buchbinder
15:40:00 Hot Topic II: The Retrograde Approach Increases Complications and Adds Little to CTO Angioplasty - Resolve (Defense)
15:45:00 Hot Topic II Discussion: The Retrograde Approach Increases Complications and Adds Little to CTO Angioplasty Craig B Thompson, Etsuo Tsuchikane, Georgios Sianos, Jeffrey W. Moses, Antonio Colombo
16:00:00 Hot Topic III: Novel CTO Technologies Are Overrated, Ill Take an Experienced Operator and CTO Guidewires - Resolve (Defense)
16:05:00 Hot Topic III Discuusion: Novel CTO Technologies Are Overrated, Ill Take an Experienced Operator and CTO Guidewires David O. Williams, Bradley H. Strauss, Yasushi Asakura, J. Aaron Grantham, Amit Segev
16:10:00 Stump the Experts (Controversial Cases): To Treat, Strategy, Case Management
16:20:00 Case Presentation 1 Antonio Colombo, Giora Weisz, Gerald S. Werner, Etsuo Tsuchikane, Barry D. Rutherford, Masahiko Ochiai, Jeffrey W. Moses
16:40:00 Case Presentation 2 Gerald S. Werner, Etsuo Tsuchikane, Barry D. Rutherford, Masahiko Ochiai, Jeffrey W. Moses, Antonio Colombo, Georgios Sianos
17:00:00 Case Presentation 3 Jeffrey W. Moses, Antonio Colombo, R. Michael Wyman, Gerald S. Werner, Etsuo Tsuchikane, Barry D. Rutherford, Masahiko Ochiai
18:05:00 End of the day 2
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