7th Annual Cardiovascular SymposiumHEART TEAM APPROACHES TOCARDIOVASCULAR DISEASEFebruary 26-28, 2015nWintergreen ResortCourse Director: Gorav Ailawadi, MDSponsored by the Office of Continuing Medical Education of the University of Virginia School of Medicine
PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONThe care of cardiovascular disease is rapidly evolving to include multiple members of the heartteam including interventional cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, imaging specialists, cardiac ICU teams,and cardiac anesthesiologists.This conference will focus on heart team approaches to adult andpediatric cardiac diseases as well as ECMO and Heart failure/ LVAD therapies.The symposiumwill address knowledge gaps and the benefits and limitations of novel and traditional approaches tocardiovascular diseases.EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVESThrough participation in this conference, the participants will have an opportunity to:n To apply the most up to date and effective treatment options for patients with variouscardiovascular diseasesn To determine appropriate mechanical circulatory support for heart failure patients.n To assess complex pathophysiology of single ventricle patients and select the appropriatepalliative therapy.n To apply the most up-to-date ACC guidelines for treatment of valvular diseases.n To determine the benefits and limitations of trans catheter valve repair and replacementincluding ideal patients.n To apply the current state of surgical outcomes for conventional and minimally invasive valvesurgery and coronary artery bypass grafting.n To analyze new medical and hybrid treatments for atrial fibrillation and ventriculartachycardia.n To understand treatment options for complex aortic deseasen To create a management plan to provide coordinated care and a consistent messagebetween providers throughout the entire care of the cardiac patient.n To define ethical issues surrounding patients with cardiovascular disease.n Identify appropriate patient selection and care of ECMO patients.REGISTRATIONRegister and pay online at www.cmevillage.com, click on Conferences and Symposia, scroll downuntil you see the Cardiovascular Symposium listing, then click on the Register button. For onlineregistration challenges, please email [email protected] Online registration will close Friday,February 20th.REGISTRATION FEESThe fees for this course are:Three Clinicians from the same team & the same institution:. 599Individual Physician or Healthcare Providers:. 399UVA Physicians and Staff:. 275Will you be attending the Friday night reception? How ManyWe have 25 snow tubing tickets available (one per registrant). Do you want a snow tubing ticket(Friday 7-8:30 pm)? Yes No Additional tickets are available from the resort @ 14.00 each.
LOCATIONThis year’s conference will be held at the Wintergreen Resort. Wintergreen Resort is a fourseason mountain retreat on the eastern slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located on 11,000lush acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains southwest of Charlottesville, Virginia, minutes from theBlue Ridge Parkway, less than two hours from Richmond and three hours from Washington, D.C.For additional information, go /wintergreenresortfactsheet.pdfLODGINGGuest Rooms Our Studio and Guest Rooms offer a “hotel-like” experience. These will befound in the Mountain Inn and two adjacent buildings with easy access to the Mountain Inn shopsand restaurants.Max OccNightly Rate RangeStudio2 155-235Lodge2 165-250Condos The condominiums range from 1-5 bedrooms and feature all the comforts of anapartment -- living room with fireplace, complete kitchen, and washer and dryer. They may be foundin the Black Rock area, convenient to the Mountain Inn shops and restaurants, or in the DevilsKnob area, convenient to the Fitness & Aquatics Center, Spa, and the Devils Knob Tennis Center.2 175-2651-BR Condo2-BR Condo4 265-410Please call Wintergreen directly for room availability at 844-276-0714. We have reserved asmall block of studio and lodge rooms on a first come first serve basis. The sales manager can adviseyou as to what’s available when you call.DIRECT SPONSORSHIP ACCREDITATION AND DESIGNATION STATEMENTThe University of Virginia School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to providecontinuing medical education for physicians.The University of Virginia School of Medicine designates this live activity, for a maximum of24.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits.TM Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate withthe extent of their participation in the activity.HOURS OF PARTICIPATION STATEMENTThe University of Virginia School of Medicine awards hours of participation (equivalent toAMA PRA Category 1 Credits.TM ) to each non-physician participant who successfully completesthis educational activity. The University of Virginia School of Medicine maintains a permanentrecord of participation for six (6) years. 28 CEU’s have been submitted to The American Board ofCardiovascular PerfusionSPECIAL NEEDSThe Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires that all individuals, regardless of theirdisabilities, have equal access. The Office of Continuing Medical Education at the University ofVirginia School of Medicine is pleased to assist participants with special needs. Written requestsmust be received 30 days prior to the conference date. These should be mailed to UVA Office ofContinuing Medical Education, Box 800711, Charlottesville, VA 22908 or to [email protected] Some of the conference venues used by the University of Virginia Office of ContinuingMedical Education are registered historic properties and may not be fully ADA accessible. Pleasefeel free to contact the facility if you have specific questions.CONFIRMATION & CANCELLATION POLICYUpon receipt of registration and payment, you will receive an email confirmation.Registration fees will be refunded (less a 50 administrative fee) for cancellations received aminimum of 14 days prior to the activity date. No refunds will be granted for registration fees of lessthan 50 or for cancellations made within 13 days of the activity.The University Of Virginia School Of Medicine reserves the right to cancel CME activitiesif necessary. In this case, reimbursement of registration fees will not assess the 50 administrativefee. All other expenses incurred associated with this CME activity are the sole responsibility of theparticipant.
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26, 2015ECMO Session (Main Conference Room)1130-1230Registration and Exhibits1230-1245WelcomeApplication & Management of ECMO for Respiratory & Cardiac Failure12:45-13:15 ECMO for Severe Respiratory Failure Including ARDS and Bridge to Lung TransplantR. Duane Davis, MD, MBA1315-1345ECMO for Acute Cardiac Failure - Jonathan W. Haft, MD1345-1405Overview of Adult ECMO Cannulation - James M. Isbell, MD, MSCI1405-1415Overview of Pediatric ECMO Cannulation - Bartholomew J. Kane, MD1415-1435Anticoagulation on ECMO - Marcia Buck PharmD, FCCP, FPPAG1435-1445Panel Discussions1445-1500Break and Exhibits1500-1530Early Experience with Ex Vivo Lung Perfusion for Transplantation - R. Duane Davis, MD, MBA1530-1600Advance Directives in the Critical Care Unit - James N. Kirkpatrick, MD1600-1620Extracorporeal Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Including Bridge to Decision - Jonathan W. Haft, MD1620-1640Critical Care Management of Patients on ECMO - Including Mechanical Ventilation StrategiesRobert H. Thiele, MD1640-1700Panel Discussions1700-1730Cocktails and ExhibitorsAdult Cardiac Session I (Upper Annex)1130-1225Registration and Exhibits1225-1230Welcome (Gorav Ailawadi)Coronary Artery Disease Focus1230-1250Heart Team approaches to CAD (CTO, Hybrid strategies, Left Main stenting) - Michael Ragosta, III, MD1250-1310When is CABG not a good idea? - W. Scott Arnold, M.D.Cardiac Clearance for Non Cardiac Surgery: State of Current Guidelines - Amy Tucker, MD, MCHM1310-13301330-1345Panel Discussions1345-1400Break/ExhibitsAortic Valve Disease Focus:1400-1420TAVR – Possible Valve in Low Gradient AS, and Futility in Patients with Severe Lung DiseaseEric R. Powers, MD1420-1440Future of Aortic Valve Disease in 5 years- TAVR vs Sutureless, Mechanical vs. BioprostheticMichael A. Borger, MD PhD1440-1500Physician Involvement in the Development of New Medical Devices - Srijoy Mahapatra M.D.1500-1520Panel DiscussionsThoracic Aortic Disease Focus:1520-1540Hybrid Approach to Descending Thoracic Dissection/ Aneurysm - Gilbert Upchurch , MD1540-1600Aortic Root Operations: Bentall vs. David vs. Leave the Root alone! - John A Kern, MD1600-1620The genetics of thoracic aortic aneurysm & dissection: A family affair - Matthew Thomas, Msc1620-1640Panel Discussions1640-1730Cocktails and ExhibitorsFRIDAY FEBRUARY 27, 2015Adult Cardiac Session II (Main Conference Room)0700-0720Registration, Breakfast and ExhibitsWelcome0720-0725Mitral Valve Disease0725-0745Moderate and Severe Ischemic MR: What is the Right approach? - Irving L. Kron, MD0745-0805Minimally Invasive Mitral Surgery: Pushing the Envelope - Michael A. Borger, MD PhD0805-0825Intraoperative/ Intra procedural Imaging for Mitral Disease - Karen Singh MDDebates0825-0845Ischemic MR: Repair, Replace or MitraClip - Irving L. Kron, MD / Gorav Ailawadi, MD0845-0905Time for Referral for AS (Before symptoms vs. only after symptoms)Eric R. Powers, M.D. / John M. Dent, MD, MSHOCM: Alcohol Ablation vs. Surgical myomectomy0905-0925Christopher M. Kramer MD / Angela M. Taylor, MD, MS0925-0945Panel Discussions0945-1500Break
Adult Cardiac Session III (Main Conference Room)1500-1505Welcome BackArrhythmia1505-1525Minimally Invasive Approaches to Treat the Left Atrial Appendage - Rohit Malhotra, MD1525-1545Hybrid Approaches to AF/ VT: How can Surgeons and EPs Work Together - Andrew E. Darby, MD1545-1605Laser Lead Extractions: A multidisciplinary approach - Ravi Ghanta MDDebate1605-1625ACOs: the downfall of medical care or the dawn of a new beginning. Richard Shannon MD / Meghan Tracci, MD1625-1645Panel Discussions1645-1715Exhibits1900-2300Snow tubing, s’mores and CocktailsPediatric Session I (Upper Annex)0700-0720Registration, Breakfast and Exhibits0720-0725WelcomeAdvances in Pediatric Cardiovascular Disease Management the ‘Team Approach’0725-0745Fetal Diagnosis and Prenatal Management of HLHS - Daniel S. Schneider, MD0745-0805Physiologic Approach to Single Ventricle Palliation - Jeffery Vergales MD0805-0825Pre and Post-operative Care of the Single Ventricle - William Harmon MD0825-0845Interstate Home Monitoring Program - Leslie Peregoy MSN, CPNT0845-0905Neurodevelopmental follow and intervention - Rebecca J Scharf, MD, MPH0905-0915Panel Discussions0915-0930Break/Exhibit0930-0950Failure of Single Ventricle Palliation - James S. Tweddell, MD0950-1010Evaluation and Management of the Patient Needing a Heart Transplant - Thomas L’Ecuyer MD1010-1030Tandem Heart in Pediatric Patients Waiting Transplants - Carl Lewis Backer, MD1030-1050Ventricular Assist Devices Circulatory Support - David Luís Simón Morales, MD1050-1110ABOI Incompatible Heart Transplant - Francis Flynn Thompson, MD1110-1130Electronic Data Management for Perfusion: Necessity not Optional - Brad Kulat CCP1130-1145Panel Discussions1145-1215Exhibits1215Pediatric Session Adjourn for the DaySATURDAY FEBRUARY 28, 2015Heart Failure Session I (Main Conference Room)0700-0720Registration, Breakfast and Exhibits0720-0725WelcomeAdvanced Therapies in Heart Failure0725-0745When to VAD - Indications and Expectations - Jamie L. W. Kennedy, MD0745-0805Evaluating patients for LVAD - Common barriers to implantation - William Potts LCSW0805-0825Too sick for LVAD? Options for short term circulatory support - Leora Yarboro MDAngela M. Taylor, M.D.0825-0845Surgical Technique: Tips and tricks - Simon Maltais, MD0845-0905Right Ventricular Failure - When to consider RVAD - Jonathan Philpott, MD0905-0920Panel Discussions0920-0935Break/ Exhibit0935-0955After Implantation: Post-Operative Care to Discharge - Carole Ballew RN MSN ACNP CHFNTalia M. Pollok, MS, PT0955-1015Starting a VAD Program: What your institution needs to know -John A Kern, MD, Karen Forsman MBA1015-1035VAD to Transplant in the Pediatric Population - David Luís Simón Morales, MD1035-1055Long Term Outcomes and Management - Jamie L. W. Kennedy, MD1055-1115Living with an LVAD - Emily Benton, MSN, RN, ANP1115-1130Panel Discussions1130-1200Lunch/Exhibits
Pediatric Session II0700-0720Registration, Breakfast and Exhibits0720-0725WelcomeAdvances in ACHD Management the ‘Team Approach’0725-0745Monitoring Using NIRS in Patients with Congenital Heart Disease - Samuel John Ajizian, MD, FAAP0745-0805Perioperative Transition to Postoperative Care in the ICU - Deborah Frank MD PHD0805-0825Out of Operating Room Procedures for Cardiac Patients - Nancy Addsion RN, CCRN0825-0840Panel oning ACHD Care Taking the Leap - Mark Townsend MD0915-0935ACHD A Physicians Perspective - Mark Roeser MD0935-0955Managing the ACHD Heart Failure - Francis Flynn Thompson, MD0955-1015Electrophysiology Complications and the ACHD Patient - George Mc Daniel, MD1015-1040ACHD Returning the Operating Room What to Expect and how to Prepare - James J. Gangemi, MD1040-1100ACHD a Life Long Journey Ethical Questions - James N. Kirkpatrick, MD1100-1120Panel Discussions1120-1200Lunch/ ExhibitsHeart Failure Session II (Upper Annex)1330-1730Ventricular Assist/ Cardiac Device WorkshopsCONTACT INFORMATIONPam MacIntyre, MS, MSGOffice of Continuing Medical [email protected] or 434.982.4136DISCLOSURE OF FACULTY FINANCIAL AFFILIATIONSThe University of Virginia School of Medicine, as an ACCME accredited provider, endorses and strives tocomply with the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) Standards of CommercialSupport, Commonwealth of Virginia statutes, University of Virginia policies and procedures, and associated federaland private regulations and guidelines on the need for disclosure and monitoring of proprietary and financialinterests that may affect the scientific integrity and balance of content delivered in continuing medical educationactivities under our auspices.The University of Virginia School of Medicine requires that all CME activities within this institution’sACCME accreditation status be developed independently and be scientifically rigorous, balanced and objective inthe presentation/discussion of its content, theories and practices.All faculty presenters participating in an accredited CME activity are expected to disclose relevant financialrelationships with commercial entities occurring within the past 12 months (such as grants or research support,employee, consultant, stock holder, member of speakers bureau, etc.). The University Of Virginia School OfMedicine will employ appropriate mechanisms to resolve potential conflicts of interest to maintain the standards offair and balanced education for the participants. Questions about specific strategies can be directed to the Officeof Continuing Medical Education, P.O. Box 800711, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville,Virginia.The faculty and staff of the University of Virginia Office of Continuing Medical Education have no financialaffiliations to disclose.Disclosure of discussion of non-FDA approved uses for pharmaceutical products and/or medical devicesThe University of Virginia School of Medicine, as an ACCME accredited provider, requires that all facultypresenters identify and disclose any off-label uses for pharmaceutical and medical device products. The Universityof Virginia School of Medicine recommends that each physician fully review all the available data on new productsor procedures prior to clinical use.The University of Virginia Office of Continuing Medical Education requires that all participants at live CMEactivities confirm their participation in the CME activity at the on-site registration desk.
COURSE DIRECTORGorav Ailawadi, MDAssociate Professor, Chief, Section of Adult Cardiac Surgery & Biomedical EngineeringDirector, Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery and Advanced Cardiac Valve Center, University of VirginiaDISTINGUISHED GUEST FACULTYSamuel John Ajizian, MD, FAAPSimon Maltais, MDAssociate Professor, Department of AnesthesiologySection on Pediatric Critical Care,Wake Forest School of MedicineAssistant Professor and Director,Heart Transplant & Ventricular Support ProgramVanderbilt UniversityW. Scott Arnold, MDDavid Luis Simón Morales, MDAssistant ProfessorDepartment of Cardiothoracic SurgeryCarilion Clinic, VirginiaCarl Lewis Backer, MDA. C. Buehler Professor of SurgeryDivision Head, Cardiovascular-Thoracic SurgerySurgical Director, Heart Transplant ProgramAnn & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of ChicagoNorthwestern University Feinberg School of MedicineMichael A. Borger, MD, PhDDirector, Cardiovascular InstituteColumbia University Medical CenterR. Duane Davis, MD, MBADirector of Transplant Services, Duke MedicineJonathan W. Haft, MDAssociate Professor of Cardiac Surgery & AnesthesiaDirector, Extra Corporeal Life Support ProgramAssociate Director, Cardiovascular Intensive Care UnitsUniversity of MichiganJames N. Kirkpatrick, MDAssistant Professor of Medicine CardiologyAssistant Professor of Medical Ethics and Health PolicyHospital of the University of PennsylvaniaBrad Kulat CCPCoordinator of Perfusion, Children’s Hospital of ChicagoSrijoy Mahapatra, MDProfessor of Pediatrics and SurgeryClark-Helmsworth Chair and Chief of PediatricCardiothoracic SurgeryThe Heart Institute Cincinnati Children’s Hospital MedicalCenter, The University of Cincinnati College of MedicineJonathan Philpott, MDMid-Atlantic Cardiothoracic SurgeonsSentara Norfolk General HospitalEric R. Powers, MDPeter C Gazes Professor of Clinical CardiologyMedical Director Heart and Vascular CenterMedical University of South CarolinaMark Roeser, MDCardiac Surgical Congenital Fellow, Texas Heart Children’sJames Tweddell, MDThe S. Bert Litwin Chair, Cardiothoracic Surgery,Children’s Hospital of WisconsinProfessor of Surgery and PediatricsChair, Division Cardiothoracic SurgeryMedical College of WisconsinFrancis Fynn-Thompson, MDAssistant Professor of SurgerySurgical Director, Heart and Lung TransplantationSurgical Director, Mechanical Circulatory Support ProgramProgram Director, Congenital Cardiac Surgery Residency/Fellowship, Department of Cardiac SurgeryCardiologist, Medical Director and VP of Clinical andTherapy Development, St Jude Medical AF Division,Rochester, MNUniversity of Virginia FacultyNancy A ddison, RN CCRNPediatric Critical Care UnitG orav A ilawadi, MDAssociate Professor of SurgeryCarole Ballew, RN MSN ACNPCHFNAdult Nurse PractitionerE mily Benton, MSN RN ANPAdult Nurse PractitionerM arcia L. Buck , P harm D, FCCP,FPPAGClinical Coordinator, PediatricsA ndrew Darby, MDAssistant Professor of MedicineJohn M. Dent, MDProfessor of Medicine & CardiologyK aren Forsman, MBAAdministrator of Heart andVascular CenterDeborah F rank MD P h DAssistant Professor of PediatricsJames Gangemi, MDChief, Pediatric Cardiac SurgeryR avi Ghanta , MDAssistant Professor of SurgeryWilliam H armon, MDAssociate Professor of PediatricsJames M. Isbell , MD, MSCIAssistant Professor of SurgeryBartholomew J. K ane , MD, PhDAssistant Professor of Pediatric SurgeryJamie L.W. K ennedy, MDAssistant Professor of MedicineJohn K ern, MDProfessor of SurgeryC hristopher K ramer , MDProfessor of CardiologyIrving L. K ron, MDChair, Department of SurgeryThomas L’E cuyer , MDProfessor of PediatricsScott Lim, MDAssociate Professor of MedicineRohi M alhotra , MDAssistant Professor of MedicineGeorge McDaniel, MDAssociate Professor of PediatricsLeslie P eregoy, MSN, CPNTCare Coordinator,Single Ventricle ProgramTalia M. Pollak , MS PTDepartment of Therapy ServicesWilliam Potts , LCSWSocial WorkM ichael R agosta , III, MDProfessor of Medicine & CardiologyCarol A nn Rosenberg MBA CCPAssociate Director of PerfusionDaniel S. Schneider , MDAssociate Professor of PediatricsR ebecca J. Scharf, MD, MPHAssistant Professor of PediatricsR ichard Shannon, MDExecutive Vice President forHealth AffairsK aren Singh, MDAssistant Professor of AnesthesiologyA ngela M. Taylor , MDAssociate Professor of MedicineRobert H. Thiele , MDAssistant Professor of AnesthesiologyM atthew Thomas , SCMCardiovascular Genetic CounselorMeghan Tracci, MDAssistant Professor of SurgeryGilbert R. Upchurch, Jr ., MDProfessor, Department of SurgeryA my Tucker , MD MCHMAssociate Professor of Medicine &Cardiovascular MedicineJeffrey Vergales , MDAssistant Professor of PediatricsLeora Yarboro, MDAssistant Professor of Surgery
7th Annual Cardiovascular Symposium HEART TEAM APPROACHES TO CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE February 26-28, 2015 n Wintergreen Resort Course Director: Gorav Ailawadi, MD Sponsored by the Offi