Agenda

Saturday, February 17, 2018
Session: Imaging Fundamentals
0630-0715 Registration and Breakfast
0715-0730 Welcome and Opening Remarks
Dalia Banks, MD, FASE
0730-0800 Physics: Test Your Knowledge
Gerard Manecke, MD
0800-0830 Knobology: Image Optimization
Brett Cronin, MD
0830-0900 Imaging Artifacts, Misdiagnoses and Anatomic Pitfalls
Swapnil Khoche, MD
0900-0945 The Comprehensive TEE Exam: How to Get All the Views. Live Presentation With a Simulator
Dalia Banks, MD, FASE and Timothy Maus, MD, FASE
0945-1000 Break
Session: Left Ventricular Assessment
1000-1045 Relaxation Matters: Fundamentals of Diastolic Dysfunction
Liem Nguyen, MD
1045-1115 LV Dysfunction: Ischemia and Cardiomyopathy
Timothy Maus, MD, FASE
1115-1145 LV Systolic Function:  Visual Estimation Versus Quantification  
Brett Cronin, MD
1145-1200 Case Presentation
Brett Cronin, MD
1200-1330 Lunch

INDIVIDUAL TEE WORKSHOP SESSIONS
Attendee will be provided 20 minutes of hands-on use with a high fidelity TEE simulator. An instructor will be present to help assist them in obtaining the comprehensive TEE views.

(Limited Space. Separate Registration Required. No credit offered.)
Session: Echo Potpourri I
1330- 1400 Adult Congenital Heart Disease: The Holes in Your Heart
Thomas Burch, MD
1400-1445 Hemodynamic Assessment & Practice Questions
Thomas Burch, MD
1445-1500 Break
Session: Workshop Series - Echo Anatomy Correlation
1500-1745 Overview of Cardiac Anatomy:
Porcine Heart Dissection Workshop with 2D/3D TEE and Surgical Correlation
Douglas Shook, MD, FASE
Sunday, February 18, 2018
0630-0700 Breakfast
Session: Nuts and Bolts of the Mitral Valve - Part I
0700-0730 Quantification of Mitral Valve Regurgitation: Pitfalls and Solutions
Douglas Shook, MD, FASE
0730-0800 Quantification of Mitral Stenosis: Pitfalls and Solutions
G. Burkhard Mackensen, MD, PhD, FASE
0800-0830 Correction of Paravalvular Leak- How to Guide: Case Studies  
Stanton K. Shernan, MD, FAHA, FASE
0830-0900 Acquisition of 3D Datasets, Simplified  
Stanton K. Shernan, MD, FAHA, FASE
0900-0915 Break
Session: Complexities of Valvular Assessment - Part II
0915-0945 3D TEE Imaging of Valvular Anatomy with Cases- Strength and Limitations
G. Burkhard Mackensen, MD, PhD, FASE
0945-1015 Concomitant MR in a Patient Scheduled for AVR: Repair or Leave Alone?  
G. Burkhard Mackensen, MD, PhD, FASE
1015-1045 Unexpected TR During MV Repair:  Repair or Leave Alone?
Stanton K. Shernan, MD, FAHA, FASE
1045-1100 Break
Session: Percutaneous Valve Therapy
1100-1130 Percutaneous Mitral Repair: Intraprocedural Image Guidance
Douglas Shook, MD, FASE
1130-1200 TAVR Decisions: Sizing, General Versus Sedation, TEE vs. TTE
Douglas Shook, MD, FASE
1200-1315 Lunch

INDIVIDUAL TEE WORKSHOP SESSIONS
Attendee will be provided 20 minutes of hands-on use with a high fidelity TEE simulator. An instructor will be present to help assist them in obtaining the comprehensive TEE views.

(Limited Space. Separate Registration Required. No credit offered.)
Session: Workshop Series - POCUS
1315-1530 WORKSHOP: POINT OF CARE ULTRASOUND WORKSHOP (POCUS)
UC San Diego Faculty

POCUS workshop is designed to guide the novice echocardiographer through a TTE exam of the heart, lung and abdomen. We start with a lecture describing how to perform a basic exam then follow with a hands-on workshop using live models. The basic exam is a simple yet effective method to evaluate the preoperative patient for common cardiac pathologies, many of which alter surgical and anesthetic management. The basic exam is also a powerful tool in evaluating the hemodynamically unstable postoperative patient. Learning Objectives: 1. Basic Cardiac evaluation, 2. Lung Ultrasound evaluating pneumothoracic, pleural effusion. 3. Abdominal Ultrasound (assessment of gastric volume and FAST    

Lecture: Intro to TTE, lung and Abdominal Ultrasound
Lecture:
Why TTE

1530-1730 WORKSHOP: 3D IMAGING AND LAPTOP COMPUTER WORKSHOP
G. Burkhard Mackensen, MD, PhD, FASE
Stanton K. Shernan, MD, FAHA, FASE

3D workshop will involve laptop stations with 3D software and acquired 3D datasets. The workshop allows the hands-on directed manipulation various cropping and image presentation techniques of the 3D data sets. Attendees will have ample opportunity to develop hands-on experience with QLAB as well as appreciate the principles of 3D image acquisition, optimization and interpretation.

(Limited Space. Separate Registration Required)
Monday, February 19, 2018
0630-0700 Registration and Breakfast
Session:  Aortic Valve Fundamentals
0700-0730 Aortic Regurgitation
Liem Nguyen, MD
0730-0800 Aortic Stenosis: Which Measurements Should I Rely On?
Swapnil Khoche, MD
0800-0830 When the Area and Gradient Don’t Add Up! Should Incidental Moderate Aortic Stenosis be Fixed?
Daniel Blanchard, MD, FACC
0830-0845 Break
Session: Infections and AV Complexities
0845-0915 Endocarditis and Abscesses: Evaluation and Decision Making
Daniel Blanchard, MD, FACC
0915-0945 Thoracic Aortic Disease  
Timothy Maus, MD, FASE
0945-1000 Case Presentation – Pitfalls of AR Assessment
Timothy Maus, MD, FASE
1000-1015 Break
Session: The Right Side Debrief
1015-1045 Approach to the Pulmonary Hypertensive Patient
Dalia Banks, MD, FASE
1045-1115 The Crescent Ventricle
Dalia Banks, MD, FASE
1115-1145 Tricuspid and Pulmonic Valves  
Marybeth Brady, MD, FASE
1145-1215 Pericardium and Tamponade
Marybeth Brady, MD, FASE
1215-1330 Lunch

INDIVIDUAL TEE WORKSHOP SESSIONS
Attendee will be provided 20 minutes of hands-on use with a high fidelity TEE simulator. An instructor will be present to help assist them in obtaining the comprehensive TEE views.

(Limited Space. Separate Registration Required. No credit offered.)
Session: Potpourri II
1330-1400 Echo for LVAD and Transplant
Marybeth Brady, MD, FASE
1400-1430 Rescue Echo
Byron Fergerson, MD
1430-1500 Intervention Echo: Guiding the Cardiologist
Timothy Maus, MD, FASE
1500-1515 Break
Session: Workshop Series- Echo Exam Review
1515-1630 Echo Board Review Questions and Answers
Thomas Burch, MD
1630 Closing Remarks
Dalia Banks, MD, FASE

Agenda last updated: September 20, 2017

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