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NCVH at CIT | March 19 - 23, 2018 China Interventional Therapeutics

peripheral vascular education China

NCVH at CIT 2018: Lower Extremity Artery and Venous Disease

Live Case (Session 3)
Fu Wai Hospital

Thursday, March 22, 2018
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Room A105-A107, Level 1
 
Live Case Operator: Craig M. Walker, MD
Discussants: Rober Beasley, MD | EAnil Chagarlamudi, MD
Eric Dippel, MD | Osama Ibrahim, MD | Richard Kovach, MD

Agenda - Lower Extremity Artery and Venous Disease

Saturday, March 24, 2018, 2018
8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Room A204-A305, Level 3
 
Moderator: Craig M. Walker, MD
 
Faculty: Robert Beasley, MD | Anil Chagarlamudi, MD
Eric Dippel, MD | Osama Ibrahim, MD | Richard Kovach, MD 


 
  8:00 am Opening Remarks / Keynote Address
Peripheral Vascular Disease: What Every Physician Must Understand and Why Diagnosis is Important
Craig M. Walker, MD
 
  8:15 am Femoropopliteal Interventions for Peripheral Artery Disease
Robert Beasley, MD
 
  8:30 am Advances in Below the Knee Revascularization
Osama Ibrahim, MD

  8:45 am Case Review 1
CIT Faculty TBD
 
  9:00 am Role of CO2 Angiography
Craig M. Walker, MD
 
  9:15 am Drug Eluting Devices: How Do They Compare and What’s on the Horizon?
Robert Beasley, MD
 
  9:30 am Case Review 2
CIT Faculty TBD
 
  9:45 am Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers
10:00 am Break
10:15 am Laser Atherectomy for the Treatment of Femoropopliteal In-Stent Restenosis
Eric Dippel, MD
 
10:30 am
 
Case Review 3
CIT Faculty TBD
 
10:45 am Exotic Access for Extreme Intervention: Pedal and Transcollateral Techniques
Richard Kovach, MD

11:00 am Vein Intervention: Where are we in 2018?
Anil Chagarlamudi, MD
 
11:15 am Case Review 4
CIT Faculty TBD
 
11:30 am
 
Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers
11:40 am Closing Remarks
By Knowing Guidewires, Support Catheters and Various Forms of Access, Almost All Total Occlusions Can be Crossed and Treated Interventionally
Craig M. Walker, MD
 
12:00 pm Adjourn