ICCA STROKE 2020

ICCA Stroke 2020 Scientific Program

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FRIDAY, MARCH 20th



08:00 – 10:25

Session 1: Carotid stenting

The new carotid stenting trials – my crystal ball

/ Stefan Bertog

Asymptomatic carotid stenosis - why so much controversy for intervention on the carotid arteries?

/ Piotr Odrowaz-Pieniazek

Pre-procedural imaging of the carotid artery

/Kavita Vani

How to do carotid stenting – tips and tricks based on more than 40 years of experience

/Klaus Mathias

Advanced techniques of radial access for carotid stenting (Neuroguard IEP System)

/Sasko Kedev

A novel carotid stent, post dilatation balloon, and embolic protection device

/Sasko Kedev

Carotid stenting with MER stent - 30 days & 24 months follow-up

/ Piotr Odrowaz-Pieniazek

Discussion

Live case from CardioVascular Center CVC Frankfurt, Germany



10:25-10:55

COFFEE BREAK



10:55-12:55

Session 2: Carotid and vertebral stenting

MESH stents – advantages and limitations

/Roberto Nerla

Proximal protection: When and how to do it

/Piotr Musialek

Five years of experience with recanalization and stenting of total/subtotal carotid stenosis.

/Ivo Petrov

May OCT control improve the results of carotid stenting?

/Sergey Volkov

How to do vertebral stenting: Tips and tricks, case examples

/Klaus Mathias

Vertebral stenting in more than 500 cases

/ Piotr Odrowaz-Pieniazek

Discussion

Live case from CardioVascular Center CVC Frankfurt, Germany



12:55-13:10

LUNCH



13.10-14:35

Session 3: Complications of carotid and vertebral stenting

Case based lectures

Case 1

/Narek Zarek

Case 2

/Antonio Moreno

Case 3

/Anton Khilchuk

Discussion

Live case from CardioVascular Center CVC Frankfurt, Germany



14:35-15:40

Session 4: Imaging for the stroke interventions

What you really need and what is nice to have

/Annie Chakrabarti

CT training

/ Panagiotis Papanagiotou

Automatic imagine analysis and artificial intelligence in stroke detection: Which systems are available, how good are they, how to implement them

/Anna Podlasek

Discussion





15:40-16:10

COFFE BREAK



16:10-18:15

Session 5: Building an interventional stroke service

Similarities and differences of treatment for acute stroke and acute myocardial infarction

/Andrea Pacchioni

How to build the world best acute stroke program

/ Adnan Siddiqui

Training EMT’s and ER docs in recognition

/Nelson Hopkins

Artificial intelligence in acute stroke treatment

/Maria Politi

Discussion

General anesthesia? Yes, no, sometimes – Expert case-based discussion

A UK patient with need for general anesthesia

/Iris Grunwald

An American stroke patient managed without general anesthesia

/Nelson Hopkins

Discussion

Training the interventionalists

According to interventional neuroradiology societies recommendations

/Adnan Siddiqui

The European Society of Cardiology (ESC) perspective

/Jan Kovac

The WIST concept

/Klaus Mathias

A look at the impact of ICCA in the countries where it was held

/Nelson Hopkins

Discussion

What if something does not work: CT broken down, anaesthesia busy with another emergency, neurologist not available, bi-plane or DSA does not work, …. – stop and conservative management or proceed with intervention?

/Nelson Hopkins

Perioperative neurocritical care in endovascular acute stroke treatment

/ Atilla Özcan Özdemir



All day

Hand-on Workshop

Supported by 3D Systems/Simbionix

Acute Stroke Simulator Training (20 min slots -up to 2 physicians)

Carotid Stenting Simulator Training (20 min slots- up to 2 physicians)



SATURDAY, MARCH 21st



07:00 – 08:00

E-Poster presentations

08:00-09:20

Session 6: The global picture – lessons learned

What do you know about North- Dakota? Problems and solutions

/Evgueni Kouznetsov

How is it going in Poland?

/Piotr Musialek

A cardiologist in Greece

/Dimitrios Nikas

The Frankfurt experience

/Horst Sievert

This is what we do in Istanbul

/Omer Goktekin

Buenos Aires

/Carlos Alejandro Alvarez

A stroke center in Tanzania?

/Rueben Mutagaywa

The Moskow program

/Bagrat Alekyan

Other examples around the world

/Nelson Hopkins

Discussion



9:20-10:50

Session 7: Acute stroke interventions: background and trial results

The evidence for acute stroke interventions – all randomized trials in 10 min

/Stefan Bertog

Time is brain – what does this really mean? How much time do we have? Does every minute count?

/Klaus Faßbender

What is in the guidelines? What is the reality?

/Peter Lanzer

Impact of delays in transfer to comprehensive stroke centers on outcomes

/Nelson Hopkins

When is tPA or other lytic still helpful?

/Kenneth Snyder

Mechanical thrombectomy in nonagenarians

/Maria Politi

Drug eluting balloon for intracranial stenoses?

/Antonio Moreno

Discussion



10:50-11:20

COFFEE BREAK



11:20-12:35

Session 8: How to do acute stroke interventions- Part 1

Prehospital stroke management

/Klaus Fassbender

Peri-interventional stroke management

/Shrey Mathur

What you should tell your anesthesiologist

/Ian Ewart

Discussion

What you really should know about the anatomy

/ Kenneth Snyder

Discussion

Acute stroke intervention step by step – A simulator case

/Iris Grunwald

Discussion



12:35-12:50

LUNCH



12:50-14:25

Session 9: How to do acute stroke interventions- Part 2

My 5 most important tips and trips in achieving first pass thrombectomy

/ Atilla Özcan Özdemir

When and how to deal with M3 occlusions

/Panagiotis Papanagiotou

Endovascular treatment of acute intracranial stenosis in acute stroke - with only angioplasty with drug eluting balloon

/Antonio Moreno

Acute tandem occlusions (cervical/cerebral, cervical/cervical, cerebral/cerebral) – case examples

/Anton Khilchuk

How to deal with acute carotid dissection as cause of acute stroke

/Adnan Siddiqui

How to treat basilar stroke case-based lecture

/Panagiotis Papanagiotou

Transradial and transbrachial ischemic stroke treatment - tips and tricks, why we should not afraid of arm access in acute situation

/Anton Khilchuk

Direct carotid access for acute stroke interventions

/Klaus Mathias

Discussion



14:25-15:05

Session 10: Case examples – anterior strokes

Case 1

/ Dmitry Skrypnik

Case 2

/Kenneth Snyder

Case 3

/Changez Jadun

Discussion



15:05-15:45

Session 11: Case examples – posterior strokes

Case 1

/Changez Jadun

Case 2

/Naveed Akhtar

Case 3

/Prokhor Pavlov

Discussion



15:45-16:15

COFFEE BREAK



16:15-17:30

Session 12: Learning from complications during acute stroke intervention and carotid stenting

Case 1

/Adnan Siddiqui

Case 2

/Naveed Akhtar

Case 3

/Adam Kobayashi

Case 4

/ Piotr Odrowaz-Pieniazek

Case 5

/Antonio Moreno



17:30-18:00

Written Knowledge Test

18:00-18:20

Test results and closing remarks