11th Annual International Symposium on Congenital Heart Disease
Renaissance Vinoy Resort and Golf Club
501 Fifth Avenue NE,
St. Petersburg, Florida

Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, February 10, 2011
07:30:00 Continental Breakfast & Registration
08:00:00 Welcome Jeffrey P. Jacobs, James C. Huhta
08:10:00 The Anatomy of the Functionally Univentricular Heart Robert M. Anderson
09:00:00 Population-Based Analysis of Patients with Functionally Univentricular Hearts & HLHS Joel S. Brenner
09:30:00 Echocardiography of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Gul H. Dadlani
10:00:00 Break
10:45:00 Three-Dimensional Echocardiography of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Gerald Marx
11:15:00 Fetal Echocardiography of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome James C. Huhta
11:45:00 Lunch Symposium
12:45:00 Visit Exhibits
13:30:00 HLHS – The European Approach Martin J. Elliott
14:00:00 Historical Talk 1: Norwood Procedure How it Started Marshall L. Jacobs, William I. Norwood
14:30:00 Historical Talk 2: Transplant for HLHS How it Started Leonard L. Bailey
15:00:00 What Happens After Stage 1? The Glenn: Techniques, Physiological Peculiarities, & Perioperative Issues Tom Karl
15:30:00 Break
16:00:00 Critical Care for Patients with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Peter C. Laussen
16:20:00 Primary Care for Patients with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Jeffrey R. Boris
16:40:00 Long-Term Follow-up of Patients with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Gil Wernovsky
17:10:00 Panel Discussion
18:00:00 A Wine & Cheese Reception with the Exhibitors
Friday, February 11, 2011
07:30:00 Registration, Continental Breakfast & Visit Exhibits
07:50:00 Welcome
08:00:00 The Anatomy of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Robert M. Anderson
08:30:00 The Pathology & Physiology in the Fetus with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Norman Silverman
09:00:00 How to Create a Database to Track Outcomes of Fetal Intervention & Hybrid Operations Allen D. Everett
09:30:00 Break & Visit Exhibits
10:10:00 The Hybrid Approach The Perspective of Cardiology Jeremy Ringewald
10:30:00 The Hybrid Approach: Surgical Perspective Patient Selection, Techniques, Optimal Hybrid Suite Christian Pizarro
10:50:00 Impact of Fetal Intervention on Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome James C. Huhta
11:10:00 Panel Discussion
11:30:00 Lunch Symposium
12:30:00 Visit Exhibits
13:00:00 Workshops: 1. Sonography Workshop: Extreme Echo for Super Ultrasound Experts: Multi-Case Review Gul H. Dadlani, Stan Timofeev
13:30:00 2. Perfusion Workshop: Cardiac ECMO & Mechanical Circulatory Support for the HLHS Patient Lisa Moore, David Cooper, Jade Hanson, Arabela Stock, Thomas Chancy, Jennifer Carapellucci
14:00:00 3. Diagnosis of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Role of Echocardiography Javier Gonzalez
14:30:00 4. Nursing Network & Collaboration Session: A Focus on Best Practice for Cardiac Nursing & Staff Development Mary K. Sheehan, Diane Krasnopero, Britt Fredriksen
15:00:00 Nursing Issues Related to Feeding & Home Monitoring in Babies with HLHS Britt Fredriksen
Saturday, February 12, 2011
07:30:00 Registration, Continental Breakfast & Visit Exhibits
07:50:00 Welcome
08:00:00 The Anatomy of the Arterial Duct & the Atrioventricular Valves in Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Robert M. Anderson
08:30:00 Intraoperative Echocardiography of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Jonathan Blaine John
08:50:00 Preoperative Management Prior to Norwood Stage 1 Nancy Ghanayem
09:10:00 Questions & Answers
09:20:00 Break & Visit Exhibits
10:00:00 How to Stratify Complexity in Patients with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome Francois Lacour-Gayet
10:20:00 The Challenging Patient with HLHS - Restrictive Atrial Septum, - Anomalous Pulmonary Venous Return - Prematurity, - Low Birth Weight - The Dilated Space-Occupying Poorly Functional LV James S. Tweddell
10:40:00 The Challenging Patient with HLHS Leaking Valves & Single Ventricle Palliation - Management of AV Valvar Regurgitation at Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, & Beyond - Management of Semilunar Valvar Regurgitation (AI, AI After Transcatheter Intervention, PI/NeoAI) Thomas L. Spray
11:00:00 What We Learned From the NIH Prospective Randomized Trial of BT Shunt vs. Sano James S. Tweddell
11:20:00 How to Choose Between Reconstruction with Single Ventricle or Two Ventricles Christo I. Tchervenkov
11:40:00 How to Manage the Patient with a Prior Norwood & an Aneurysmal Aorta Duke E. Cameron
12:00:00 Panel Discussion
12:30:00 Lunch Symposium
13:30:00 NURSING SYMPOSIUM Mary K. Sheehan
13:35:00 One Dimensional to Three Dimensional: An Anatomical Look at HLHS Diane Debich-Spicer, Gary Stapleton, Javier Gonzalez
14:15:00 Nursing Perioperative Perils Nancy Ghanayem, Diane Krasnopero, Susan Wall
15:00:00 Break
15:30:00 Optimizing Outcomes: Bringing Research to the Bedside Kathleen Mussatto
16:30:00 Panel Discussion
18:00:00 George R. Daicoff Keynote Dinner Joseph P Hammang
18:30:00 Innovation & Regulation: Can They Both Exist in Today's Medical Environment? Ed Bove
Sunday, February 13, 2011
07:30:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast
08:20:00 Welcome
08:30:00 What is a Ventricle? Robert M. Anderson
09:00:00 Tricuspid Regurgitation or Right Ventricular Dysfunction: What Comes first? Norman Silverman
09:20:00 Transplantation for HLHS: What Are the Indications in 2011? Carl Backer
09:40:00 Management of Patients Undergoing Cardiac Transplantation with High Panel Reactive Antibody (PRA) Alfred Asante-Korang
10:00:00 Break
10:40:00 The History of HLHS in Norway Harald Lindberg
11:00:00 What Do We Know About Adults with Fontans? Joseph A. Dearani
11:20:00 Lunch Symposium
13:00:00 ETHICS SYMPOSIUM - Ethical Considerations Associated with Caring for Patients with HLHS Constantine Mavroudis
13:05:00 I. Comfort Care in the setting of improved techniques: Point/Counterpoint
13:10:00 Comfort Care is Still an Option Robert M. Sade
13:15:00 Comfort Care is No Longer an Option Jennifer C. Hirsch
13:30:00 Discussion Issues - Lay Out Morally Acceptable Options - Limits to the options
13:35:00 II. Counseling Families
13:40:00 The Dilemmas of Informed Consent; Conscientious Objection & Future Considerations Constantine Mavroudis
14:00:00 Discussion Issues - How Long Into the Future Must We Consider the Informed Consent Process? - Should Cardiac Transplantation Always Be Part of the Informed Consent Process?
14:05:00 III. Ethics of Fetal Cardiac Intervention: Point/Counterpoint
14:10:00 III. Ethics of Fetal Cardiac Intervention: Point/Counterpoint Gerald Marx
14:25:00 Inherent Significant Limits of What Can Be Safely Done to the Mother & Fetus John W. Brown
14:40:00 21st Century Philosophical Thoughts About Fetal Cardiac Intervention Constantine Mavroudis
14:45:00 IV. The Issue of Hope Between Now & Then, Who Knows What’s Going to Happen?
15:00:00 Philosophical History of Hope & What it Means Today Constantine Mavroudis
15:10:00 Hope Springs Eternal Marshall L. Jacobs
15:25:00 Discussion
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