SHDA Aortic Valve & Aorta Symposium 2015

SHDA Aortic Valve & Aorta Symposium 2015

Symposium Playlist

 

Symposium Details

Date: Saturday 25 July 2015

Time: 9:45am to 6:00pm  (Sydney time)

Venue: Sydney University, New Law Annex, Law Lecture Room 101

Cost: $35 Students/Registrars/Nurses/Scientists

$85 Specialists/Physicians

$15 Streaming Sites

New Law Annex

Program

0945 – 1000   Registration, Tea & Coffee

1000 – 1005   Introduction & housekeeping – A/Prof Sharon Kay

1005 – 1030   Diagnosis and management of the ascending aorta & aortic valve. Which imaging is best? – Dr Greg Scalia, The Prince Charles Hospital

1030 – 1100   Understanding and putting into practice: the discrepancies in aortic guidelines – Dr Manu Mathur, Royal North Shore Hospital

1100 – 1145   Choice & timing of surgical procedures on the aorta & aortic valve – Dr Peter Skillington, Royal Melbourne & Epworth Hospitals

1145 – 1215   Follow-up after aortic & aortic valve surgery – A/Prof Liza Thomas, Liverpool Hospital

1215 – 1315   Lunch

1315 – 1500   Panel: The interventions available for the Aortic Valve and Ascending Aorta 

Moderator: Prof Paul Bannon, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Panelists: (including speakers) &  Dr M Mathur, Mr P Skillington, Prof R Jeremy, Prof D Celermajer, Dr R Qasabian

Aortic valve repair & valve-sparing root replacement – A/Prof George Matalanis (Austin)

TOE imaging peri-OP & the final assessment – Dr Ian Harley, (Austin)

Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) – Prof David Muller (St Vincent’s)

Imaging & selection in TAVI – Dr Greg Scalia (TPCH)

1515 – 1545   Afternoon Tea

1545 – 1600   Cardiac rehabilitation programs Kellie Roach RN, Ryde Hospital 

1600 – 1630   Familial aortic diseases – Prof Richmond Jeremy, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

1630 – 1650   Aortic arch and descending aortic surgery – A/Prof George Matalanis, Austin Hospital

1650 – 1720   Thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR) – Dr Raffi Qasabian, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

1720 – 1750   Anaesthesia, cerebral protection & blood conservation during major aortic surgery – Dr Peter McCall, Austin Hospital

1750 – 1800   Close of symposium – Prof Paul Bannon, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

 

Streaming Sites

 

Canberra Hospital

Canberra Hospital, ACT

Epworth Hospital

Epworth Hospital, Melbourne, VIC

  • Epworth Richmond Auditorium, Level 2, 32 Bridge Rd, Richmond
  • Contact: Rohan Wilson

Fiona Stanley Hospital

Fiona Stanley Hospital, Perth, WA

Gold Coast University Hospital

Gold Coast University Hospital, Southport, Qld

  • E-Block, Ground Floor, Room 002 (Small Lecture Theatre)
  • Contact Michael May

John Hunter Hospital

John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, NSW

King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital

King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand

Princess Alexandra Hospital

Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Qld

The Tennyson Centre

The Tennyson Centre, Adelaide, SA

Townsville Hospital

Townsville Hospital, Douglas, Qld

  • Anaesthetic Conference Room, Level 1, North Block (N1.672)
  • Contact Dr Roslyn Shaw

Canberra Hospital, ACT

Epworth Hospital, Melbourne, VIC

  • Epworth Richmond Auditorium, Level 2, 32 Bridge Rd, Richmond; Contact: Rohan Wilson

Fiona Stanley Hospital, Perth, WA

Gold Coast University Hospital, Southport, Qld

  • E-Block, Ground Floor, Room 002 (Small Lecture Theatre); Contact Michael May

John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, NSW

King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand

Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Qld

The Tennyson Centre, Adelaide, SA

Townsville Hospital, Douglas, Qld

  • Anaesthetic Conference Room, Level 1, North Block (N1.672); Contact Dr Roslyn Shaw

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Structural Heart Disease Australia

Structural Heart Disease Australia is an incorporated association focused on education in valvular and structural cardiac diseases. It was started by group of echocardiographers, anaesthetists, clinical and interventional cardiologists, and cardiothoracic surgeons to provide a useful learning resource for medical professionals.

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