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NCVH Fellows Course Complex Strategies for Peripheral Interventions | June 4, 2013

NCVH Fellows Course

Tuesday, June 4, 2013 | New Orleans Marriott

Educational Highlights:

    • Didactic lectures by experts in the field of peripheral interventions
    • Faculty members from interventional cardiology, interventional radiology and vascular surgery
    • Advanced simulator training
    • Rotating hands-on workshops with simulator, 3-D models and product demonstrations
    • "Ask the Experts" one-on-one question and answer session with course faculty members
    • Open forum discussion on the "Fundamental Business of Your Practice"

Topics Will Include:

    • Why Every Interventionist Must Understand and Be Able to Diagnose and Rx PAD
    • Diagnosing PAD: History, Physical, ABI, Duplex US, CTA and MRA
    • Access: Retrograde Femoral, Antegrade Femoral, Contralateral, Radial, Brachial, Axillary, Popliteal and Pedal
    • Radiation Safety and Contrast Nephropathy
    • Complications of Vascular Access and Hemostasis
    • Wire Techniques for Crossing CTO's
    • Dedicated Intraluminal Crossing Tools
    • Reentry Tools
    • Atherectomy Devices
    • Evolving Concepts of DVT Therapy
    • Acute Limb Ischemia: A True Emergency.  What You Need to Know

Full Scholarships Include:

    • Airfare (maximum $450)
    • Up to 5 nights of hotel accommodations at the New Orleans Marriott
    • Complimentary registration for New Cardiovascular Horizons, June 5-7

Qualification Guidelines:

    • 3rd and 4th year fellows in Interventional Cardiology, Interventional Radiology and Vascular Surgery in a U.S. fellowship program
    • Attendance at Fellows Course activities beginning at 6:00 pm on Monday, June 3 through 6:00 pm on Tuesday, June 4
    • Minimum 20 hours of attendance at New Cardiovascular Horizons, June 5-7

Policies

    • Valid credit number on file for hotel incidentals, changes or cancellations
    • Name badges must be worn to all events for attendance scanning

If you have questions or if we can assist you in any way, please contact our foundation office at 337-993-7920 or registration@ncvh.org.

NCVH Fellows Course Application

To apply, click here to download the NCVH Fellows Course: Complex Strategies for Peripheral Interventions application.
Return completed applications to fellows@ncvh.org. All fields are required.

Full Scholarships Include:

    • Airfare (maximum $450)
    • Up to 5 nights of hotel accommodations at the New Orleans Marriott
    • Complimentary registration for New Cardiovascular Horizons, June 5-7

Qualification Guidelines:

    • 3rd and 4th year fellows in Interventional Cardiology, Interventional Radiology and Vascular Surgery in a U.S. fellowship program
    • Attendance at Fellows Course activities beginning at 6:00 pm on Monday, June 3 through 6:00 pm on Tuesday, June 4
    • Minimum 20 hours of attendance at New Cardiovascular Horizons, June 5-7

Policies

    • Valid credit number on file for hotel incidentals, changes or cancellations
    • Name badges must be worn to all events for attendance scanning

If you have questions or if we can assist you in any way, please contact our foundation office at 337-993-7920 or registration@ncvh.org.

NCVH Fellows Course

Fellows Course Schedule of Events:
 
June 3rd:
  6:00 pm – Registration Opens for Fellows Course: La Galleries 4 and 5 Foyer
  6:00 pm – 7:00 pm: Fellows Course Welcome Reception: La Galleries 4 and 5
  7:00 pm – 9:00 pm: Fellows Course Welcome Dinner: La Galleries 4 and 5
 
June 4th:
  7:00 am – Registration Opens for Fellows Course: La Galleries 4 and 5 Foyer
  7:00 am – Breakfast: La Galleries 4 and 5 Foyer
  8:00 am – Fellows Course General Session: La Galleries 4 and 5 (See Below for Details)
12:45 pm – Lunch: Preservation Hall
  1:45 pm – Fellows Course Hands-On Simulation and Hands-On Training Arena: Preservation Hall
  4:30 pm – Adjourn
  6:30 pm – Shuttle Service from the New Orleans Marriott to the VIP Reception
  7:00 pm – VIP Reception at Charcoal’s Gourmet Burger Bar

NCVH Fellows Course

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Exhibitors / Sponsors

Sponsorship opportunities are available for product displays, hands-on workshops and simulator training.

The Fellows will be divided into small groups of 6-8 and will rotate through each sponsored station for 20-30 minutes each for hands-on training. Individual appointments may be made with the fellows for follow up during the annual conference scheduled June 5-7.

All sponsors providing hands-on stations and/or simulators are encouraged to move their equipment at the close of the Fellows Course on June 4 to the "Simulation Area" that will be available in the NCVH Annual Conference exhibit hall June 5-7.

Contact us at fellows@ncvh.org or 337-993-7977 if you are interested in participating, have questions or need assistance.

Accommodations / Travel

Travel and hotel information is collected during the application process. A valid credit card number is required for changes and cancellations.

Scholarships include airfare or mileage reimburse and hotel accommodations for up to 5 nights at the New Orleans Marriott.

New Orleans Marriott
555 Canal St
New Orleans, LA 70130 | 1-504-581-1000 or 1-888-364-1200

Hotel Description

NCVH is excited to be back at the New Orleans Marriott. Attendees will experience a larger high-definition format for live cases in the general session, a re-designed exhibit hall, additional break out sessions and more lunch symposia offerings than ever before at our meeting.

The Marriott is perfectly positioned in the French Quarter near Bourbon Street and within easy walking distance from Jackson Square and the Riverfront area.

This stunning forty-one story New Orleans hotel on Canal Street boasts beautiful panoramic Mississippi River and city views.

Explore a variety of conveniences including a fully equipped fitness center and the award-winning 5 Fifty 5 restaurant, serving savory regional cuisine in an exceptional dining environment.

Presentations

8:00AM | Miguel Montero-Baker, MD
Diagnosing PAD: History, Physical, and ABI: View PDF

8:15AM | Oscar Rosales, MD
Diagnosing PAD: Duplex US, CTA, and MRA: View PDF

8:30AM | Jaafer Golzar, MD
Access: Retrograde Femoral, Antegrade Femoral, Contralateral, Radial, Brachial, Axillary, Popliteal, and Pedal: View PDF

8:45AM | Thomas Shimshak, MD
How to Choose a PAD Device: View PDF

9:00AM | Craig Walker, MD
How to Choose a Wire: View PDF

9:15AM | Prakash Krishnan, MD
Approach to CTO’s: View PDF

9:30AM | Anvar Babaev, MD
An Overview of Atherectomy Devices: View PDF

9:45AM | Robert Beasley, MD
Drug Eluting Devices: View PDF

10:00AM | Craig Walker, MD
Why Every Interventionist Must Understand PAD: View PDF

10:30AM | Mehdi Shishehbor, MD
ABC’s for Critical Limb Ischemia: What You Need to Know: View PDF

10:45AM | Clifford Buckley, MD
Surgical Approach to Critical Limb Ischemia: View PDF

11:00AM | Carlos Mena, MD
How to Choose the Right Patient for Carotid Stenting: View PDF

11:15AM | Nick Cavros, MD
Renal Intervention in 2013 and Beyond: View PDF

11:30AM | Eric Dippel, MD
Ablative Therapy for Venous Insufficiency: View PDF

11:45AM | Salman Arain, MD
Evolving Concepts in DVT Therapy Including May Thurner Syndrome: View PDF

12:00PM | Erik Stilp, MD
Complications of Vascular Access and Hemostasis: View PDF

12:15PM | David Konur, FACHE
How to Build a PAD Practice: View PDF

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