5th Belgrade Summit of Interventional Cardiologists

UNDER THE GENERAL AUSPICIES OF

President of the Republic of Serbia, Mr. Boris Tadic

UNDER THE GENERAL AUSPICIES OF

TRH Crown Prince Alexander and Princess Katherine

Tomica Milosavljevic, Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia

Božidar Đelić, Ministry of Science of the Republic of Serbia

 

ORGANIZED BY

  • Serbian Heart Foundation
  • Institute for Cardivaskular Diseases
  • Working Group on Interventional Cardiology Cardiology Society of Serbia
  • Cardiology Society of Serbia
Serbian Heart Foundation
Institute for Cardiovascular Disease
Working Group on Interventional Cardiology Cardiology Society of Serbia
Cardiology Society of Serbia

 

ENDORSMENT

  • With the participation of the EAPCI, a registered branch of the ESC
  • Clinical Centre of Serbia
  • Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
  • Belgrade University, School of Medicine
Clinical Centre of Serbia
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Belgrade University, School of Medicine

 

Meeting Scientific Programme jointly organised with EAPCI

European Society of Cardiology and EAPCI

With the support of the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions

EBAC

The "BASICS+, 4th Belgrade Summit of Interventional Cardiologists" is accredited by the European Board of Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) for 24 credit hours of External CME credits.

Each participant should claim only those hours of credit that have actually been spent in the educational activity. EBAC works in cooperation with the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME), which is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS).

Dear colleagues,

Upon successful completion of four BelgrAde Summits of Interventional CardiologistS (BASICS+): Clinically Integrated Approach, held in Belgrade in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008, and two CTO mini-summits held during 20008 in Belgrade, with live transmissions of 159 interventions to the audience of 300 internists/cardiologists, with an excellent success and unfortunately one fatal complication, there is no more dilemma that we have simply to continue the same way and keep organizing such an event on a yearly basis. The success of the previous workshops was complete not only in respect to the care rendered to the patients, but also in respect to education and exchange of experience. Strengthening and developing of new friendships over 3 continents resulted in
the third, not less important, dimension of such a meeting. Benevolence and generosity of the most recognized interventional cardiologist to participate as operators, lecturers or commentators, even to bring and donate their PCI tools not available in our catheterization laboratories was impressive and unforgettable. I want to express my gratitude to all our old and new friends that has contributed to the success of this prestigious meeting. Just to mention some of our old and new friends: Dr W. Wijns, Dr S. Saito, Dr A. Colombo, Dr C. Di Mario, Dr J. Fajadet, Dr J. Ge, Dr O. Katoh, Dr Y. Louvard, Dr E. Picano, Dr A. Lafont, Dr P. Anthopoulos, Dr E. Atalar, Dr V. Ambrosini, Dr M.G. Andreassi, Dr G. Bernardi, Dr N. Botto, Dr I. Daehnert, Dr B. Dahlof, Dr G.B. Danzi, Dr B. De Bruyne, Dr A. Doganov, Dr O. Goktekin, Dr R. Erbel, Dr O. Ergene, Dr L. Finci, Dr I. Foffa, Dr A. Galassi, Dr M. Hamilos, Dr M. Haude, Dr I. Herzfeld, Dr I. Iakovou, Dr A. Iancu, Dr C. Ilsley, Dr J. Koolen, Dr O. Kozan, Dr P. Kumar, Dr A. Lazarevic, Dr C. Maccia, Dr A. Manginas, Dr A.B. Mehta, Dr L. Michalis, Dr N. Milanovic, Dr N. Milicic, Dr V. Mitrovic, Dr G. Nikolic, Dr A.G. Osiev, Dr Z. Piroth, Dr Z. Plazonic, Dr M. Rabrenovic, Dr N. Reifart, Dr G. Sianos, Dr R. Sicari, Dr M. Sobot, Dr C. Stefanadis, Dr M. Strozzi, Dr A. Terzic, Dr K. Toutouzas, Dr I. Ungi, Dr E. Vano, Dr D. Vulic, Dr M. Weber, Dr B. Weiner, Dr D. Zhou and Dr D. Zorman. Our distinguished Faculty counts about sixty members, which is the greatest number in the history of the Belgrade's Workshops. We cannot but stress that most of our guest faculty members have been principal investigators of the breakthrough studies in domain of interventional cardiology. Even more, collaboration established during BASICS+ resulted in some joint endeavours, studies and publications.

As the key feature of our workshops is clinically integrated approach, we shall continue to present and follow all the patients. By doing so, we are trying to attract and exchange ideas about patients' wellbeing with the doctors who are not interventional cardiologists, but are referring patients and are taking care of them post intervention. During the next BASICS plus we will traditionally organize the Training courses on bifurcations as well as clinical seminar on coronary physiology. It is worth mentioning that for some of these complex lesion subsets, Serbian interventional cardiologists have provided significant input. This year we will continue to use extraordinary skills by Prof. Osamu Katoh, the father of the retrograde approach in CTO recanalization, and as well as Professors: Junbo Ge, George Sianos, Alfredo Galassi, and Alexandar G. Osiev, for the benefit of our patients and education of our doctors. This would be a sort of CTO mini course on antegrade and retrograde approach.

We continue to involve more Serbian centres in the BASICS+ live transmissions. Besides Clinical Centre of Serbia, Clinical Center of Nis and Clinical Hospital center "Bezanijska kosa", this year, Institute for CVD "Dedinje", will be our significant enhancement.

This year again, BASICS plus is accredited by the European Board of Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) for 24 credit hours of External CME credits, which is one of the largest amount of CME credits that one scientific event in cardiology is accredited for in Europe, mainly due to our distinguished Faculty and their willingness to share their knowledge and skills. We are proud that we have a support and growing cooperation with the European Association
for Percutaneous Coronary Interventions (EAPCI) and that we have also been supported since last year by the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI).

As in previous years, we continue to follow-up all our patients underwent interventions during Workshops, in clinically integrated approach, which represents one of the key points and features of our meetings. All the patients who had interventional procedures during the last workshop will be presented in this manner having all follow-up noninvasive and invasive data side-by-side in the Proceedings and syllabus of the Workshop. We have followed-up 19 patients treated during the Workshop 2005, 38 patients from the Workshop 2006, 41 patients from the Workshop 2007, 40 patients during last year's BASICS+, and 12 and 9 patients treated during first and second Belgrade CTO mini-summit, respectively. Of these 159 patients, 153 of them are alive and unfortunately six of them died.

One patient died due to target vessel reinfarction (four months after the procedure, probably due to stopping of dual antiplatelet therapy). Second one died from reasons not directly related to the procedure (cerebrovascular insult after CABG surgery due to failed attempt to recanalize a chronically occluded vessel during Workshop), and third during retrograde opening of RCA due to left main dissection, which was a donor vessel. Two patients died during follow-up period due to progression of pre-existing malignancies, and the sixth patient died from unknown reason.

At this point, I have to emphasize that previous BASICS+ resulted in many positive trends in Serbian interventional cardiology. There is a permanent increase in the number of interventional procedures and materials used for patient treatment (these facts are presented in the tables in the next few pages), increase in the number of international interventional studies in which our doctors are involved and better inter-regional cooperation. We have had approximately 20% increase in number of diagnostic and interventional procedures, and 45% increase in number
of primary PCIs and drug eluting stents. Since the last year, additional two cath-labs were opened in Serbia, so we have 16 cath labs in 9 centers, so currently Serbian health system has one cath lab on approximately half a million people. In three centers primary PCI is available 24h/7 days. We are happy that Serbia will be included in "Stent4Life" program of EAPCI, which will be introduced to the wide auditorium and health care authorities by Professor William Wijns, president of EAPCI.

As we are convinced that the immediate and long-term success of PCI is strongly dependent on prudent pre- and post- procedure treatment of the patient, we will also organize on the same site but in the separate auditorium Symposium: "Update cardiology 2009" from April 6-7, 2009, to be conducted in the Serbian language, because its purpose is to educate Serbian doctors for proper pre and post- treatment of our patients.

BASICS+ would not be possible without the support of the Departments of cardiosurgery and vascular surgery and Institute of anaesthesiology and reanimathology.

This year, BASICS plus is organized under the general auspices of the Mr. Boris Tadic, President of the Republic of Serbia, as well as our traditional patrons TRH Crown Prince Alexander and Princess Katherine, Tomica Milosavljevic, Minister of Health of the Republic of Serbia and Bozidar Djelic, Minister of Science of the Republic of Serbia. We must emphasize the great input and understanding of the School of Medicine, University of Belgrade, their late Dean Prof. dr Bogdan Djuricic and the Acting Dean Prof. dr Vladimir Bumbasirevic and the Board of the Dean with Prof. dr Predrag Pesko, Prof. dr Nebojsa Lalic, Prof. dr Dragan Micic, Prof. dr Vesna Bosnjak-Petrovic, Prof. dr Tanja Jovanovic and Prof. dr Gordana Teofilovski-Parapid.

It is of the particular importance to note that we had enormous help of the interventional cardiology companies, pharmaceutical industry, Fox television, National television, as well as Telekom Srbija Joint Stock Telecommunications Co. and their Director General Branko Radujko, to render live coverage of the event. We could never succeed in organizing this meetings without generous help of "Publishing House for Text Books" and their CEO Miloljub Albijanic. We do hope that all of them will continue to offer us such a generous support throughout the workshops to follow.

Our efforts are generously supported and understood by the Mrs. S. Vukajlovic, CEO of the Fund for the health care of the Republic of Serbia.

My special thanks goes to the whole staff of the Institute, especially Catheterization laboratories staff, leadership of the Clinical Center of Serbia, CEO Dr Dj. Bajec, Director of Supply Office Mrs. M. Kocic, Director of Central Pharmacy Office Mr. Ph, G. Iljadica and last but not least to the skeleton of the Workshop's organization starting with Dr M.A. Nedeljkovic, Dr B. Beleslin, as well as to secretaries Dr V.Giga, Dr M. Dobric, Dr Z. Mehmedbegovic and Miss M. Markovic.

Special thanks goes to "Mladost tourist" organization, and their CEO Radomir Podinic, as well as to Mr Slobodan Jankovic and Mr Bosko Buha.

I wish that all our friends, faculty members who devote us their precious time and energy, interventional cardiology companies, pharmaceutical industry, Fox television, National television and all participants in the milieu where the border between faculty and attendants is not any longer visible, join us in our mutual endeavour which will certainly result in another successful workshop.

We believe that our meeting will further promote knowledge of cardiovascular disease and stimulate further investigation. The previous four workshops and everyday practice have also shown that the Serbian Cardiology is ready to be an equal partner in investigational efforts worldwide.

Miodrag Ostoji Miodrag Ostojic, M.D., Ph.D., FESC, FACC
Professor of Cardiology/Medicine
Academician of Serbian Academy of
Sciences and Arts
Head, Department of Cardiology
Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases
Clinical Center of Serbia
President of the Cardiology Society of Serbia
 

 

Main Topics

Expert Lectures

Complex angioplasty
Chronic total occlusions
Bifurcations
Acute coronary syndromes
Drug eluting stents
Interventions for the grafts
Antiplatelet therapy
Radiation protection
Novel interventional technologies
Valvular interventions
Breakthroughts in diagnostics

Live Cases

Complex angioplasty
Valvular interventions
Electrophysiolog

Training Courses

Bifurcations
CTO

Information on EBAC Accredited Programme

EBAC

BASIC PLUS

The learning objectives of the BASICS+ are:

  • education of interventional cardiologists
  • to update physicians' knowledge with the latest evidence based concepts in interventional cardiology
  • to train interventionalists in treatment of difficult lessions' subset

The targeted audience is interventional cardiologists /radiologists, as well as general cardiologists, internal medicine specialists and other physicians interested in interventional cardiology and adjunctive treatment of patients undergoing interventional procedures.

The "BASICS+, 5 th Belgrade Summit of Interventional Cardiologists" is accredited by the European Board of Accreditation in Cardiology (EBAC) for 24 credit hours of External CME credits.

Each participant should claim only those hours of credit that have actually been spent in the educational activity. EBAC works in cooperation with the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME), which is an institution of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS).

In compliance with EBAC/ EACCME guidelines, all speakers/ chairpersons participating in this programme have disclosed potential conflicts of interest that might cause a bias in the presentations. The Organising Committee is responsible for ensuring that all potential conflicts of interest relevant to the programme are declared to the audience prior to the CME activities.

Symposium "Inovacija znanja 2009" in Serbian, that is organized from April 06-07, 2009, is not included in EBAC accreditation. Only BASICS+ is accredited by EBAC.

Course Directors

M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia)
A. Colombo (Milan, Italy)
C. Di Mario (London, United Kingdom)
J. Fajadet (Toulouse, France)
J. Ge (Schanghai, China)
O. Katoh (Toyohashi, Japan)
Y. Louvard (Paris, France)
S. Saito (Kamakura, Japan), Founder of the Belgrade Workshop
G. Sianos (Thessaloniki, Greece)

Course Co-Directors

A. Doganov (Sofia, Bulgaria)
O. Goktekin (Eskisehir, Turkey)

Scientific Board

BASICS+ DIRECTOR, SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR
President of the EAPCI

William Wijns (Aalst, Belgium)

Scientific Co-directors

A. Lafont (Paris, France)
E. Picano (Pisa, Italy)
V. Kanjuh (Belgrade, Serbia)
S. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade, Serbia)

Comsultant Co-directors

A. Arandjelovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Djukic (Belgrade, Serbia)
I. Jovanovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
Lj. Mangovski (Belgrade, Serbia)
A. Neskovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Orlic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Sagic (Belgrade, Serbia)
G. Stankovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
S. Stojkovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
V. Vukcevic (Belgrade, Serbia

Organizational Staff

Organizational Director and Course Co-director

Milan A. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade, Serbia)

Secretary General

B. D. Beleslin (Belgrade, Serbia)

Secretariat

V. Giga - giga@eunet.rs
M. Dobric - iatros@neobee.net
M. Markovic - marija80@gmail.com
Z. Mehmedbegovic - zlatkombegovic33777@yahoo.com

STAFF: Involved in data acquisition and patients examination

Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases, Clinical Center of Serbia
Head: Lazar Davidovic, MD, PhD

Department of Cardiology
Head: Miodrag C. Ostojic, MD, PhD, FESC, FACC

Cardiology ward I with Center for Hypertension
Chief: Danica Matic, MD, PhD, and Associates

Cardiology ward II With Center for Myocardial and Pericardial Diseases
Chief: Petar M. Seferovic, MD, PhD, FESC, FACC, and Associates

Cardiology ward III With Center for Electrophysiology
Chief: Miodrag Grujic, MD, PhD, and Associates

Urgent Cardiology Ward
Chief: Zorana Vasiljevic, MD, PhD, FESC, and Associates

Urgent Medicine
Head: Jovan Perunicic, MD, PhD, and Associates

Catheterization Laboratory Staff:
Miodrag C. Ostojic, MD, PhD, FESC, FACC, Chief
Aleksandra Arandjelovic MD, PhD, FESC
Srdjan Aleksandric, MD
Branko Beleslin, MD, PhD, FESC
Miodrag Dikic, MD
Milan Dobric, MD
Vladimir Dedovic, MD
Jelena Kostic, MD
Zlatko Mehmedbegovic, MD
Milan A. Nedeljkovic, MD, PhD, FESC, FACC
Dejan Orlic, MD, FESC
Goran Stankovic, MD, PhD, FESC, FACC
Sinisa Stojkovic, MD, PhD, FESC
Vladan Vukcevic, MD
Miloje Tomasevic, MD, FESC
Milorad Zivkovic, MD

Head Nurses:
Nada Josifovski, and Associates
Milanka Lukic, and Associates

Head X-ray technician:
Dragan Brkic, and Associates

Pericardiology Team:
Petar M. Seferovic, MD, PhD, FESC, FACC
Arsen Ristic, MD, PhD, FESC, and Associates

Cardiac: Ultrasound Team:
Marija Boricic-Kostic, MD
Ivana Nedeljkovic, MD, FESC
Milan Petrovic, MD, PhD
Bosiljka Vujisic-Tesic, MD, PhD, Chief
Danijela Zamaklar-Trifunovic, MD
Milorad Tesic, MD
Olga Petrovic, MD
Marko Banovic, MD

Stress Echo and Endothelial Function:
Jelena Stepanovic, MD, PhD, FESC
Ana Djordjevic-Dikic, PhD, MD, FESC
Vojislav Giga, MD
Marina Licina, MD
Ivana Stankovic, MD
Isidora Grozdic, MD

Pace-maker Center "Prof.dr Milan-Bane Djordjevic"
Goran Milasinovic, MD, PhD, FESC, Chief , and Associates

Cardiac Surgery:
Petar Djukic, MD, PhD
Miljko Ristic, MD, PhD, Head, and Associates

Vascular Surgery:
Lazar Davidovic, MD, PhD, Head
Dusan Kostic, MD, PhD, and Associates

Vascular Ultrasound:
Oliver Radmili, MD
Dragan Vasic, MD

Anaestesiology:
Radomir Sindjelic, MD, PhD, Head
Natasa Kovacevic, MD, and Associates

Anaestesiology Policlinic:
Vera Vucicevic, MD
Biljana Milicic, MD
Edina Niksic, MD

Institute for Nuclear Medicine,
Clinical Center of Serbia:
Vladimir Obradovic, MD, PhD, Head
Smiljana Pavlovic, MD, PhD
Dragana Sobic-Saranovic, MD, PhD
Nebojsa Kozarevic, MD

International Guest Faculty

V. Ambrosini (Mercogliano, Italy)
P. Anthopoulos (Athens)
E. Atalar (Ankara, Turkey)
G. Bernardi (Udine, Italy)
I. Daehnert (Leipzig, Germany)
G.B. Danzi (Milan, Italy)
F. Eberli (Zurich, Switzerland)
O. Ergene (Izmir, Turkey)
L. Finci (Geneve, Switzerland)
A. Galassi (Catania, Italy)
M. Hamilos (Heraklion, Greece)
I. Herzfeld (Stockholm, Sweden)
A. Iancu (Cluj-Napoca, Romania)
J. Koolen (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
O. Kozan (Istanbul, Turkey)
A. Lazarevic (Banja Luka, RS BIH)
A. Manginas (Athens, Greece)
A.B. Mehta (Mumbai, India)
L. Michalis (Ioannina, Greece)
N. Milanovic (Banja Luka, RS BIH)
N. Milicic (Krapinske Toplice, Croatia)
V. Mitrovic (Bad Nauheim, Germany)
G. Nikolic (Podgorica, Montenegro)
A. G. Osiev (Novosibirsk , Russia)
Z. Piroth (Budapest, Hungary)
Z. Plazonic (Rijeka, Croatia)
M. Rabrenovic (Podgorica, Montenegro)
P. Seferovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
R. Sicari (Pisa, Italy)
M. Sobot (Banja Luka, RS BIH)
C. Stefanadis (Athens, Greece)
M. Strozzi (Zagreb, Croatia)
A. Terzic (Rochester, USA)
K. Toutouzas (Athens, Greece)
I. Ungi (Szeged, Hungary)
D. Vulic (Banja Luka, RS BIH)
M. Weber (Bad Nauheim, Germany)
B. Weiner (Harvard, USA)
D. Zorman (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Local Faculty

A. Arandjelovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
S. Aleksandric (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Ašanin (Belgrade, Serbia)
B. Beleslin (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Dikic (Belgrade, Serbia)
P. Djukic (Belgrade, Serbia)
A. Djordjevic Dikic (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Dobric (Belgrade, Serbia)
V. Dedovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
L. Davidovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Grujic (Belgrade, Serbia)
V. Giga (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Kalimanovska Ostric (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Kostic (Belgrade, Serbia)
A. Kocijancic (Belgrade, Serbia)
J. Kostic (Belgrade, Serbia)
N. Kovacevic (Belgrade, Serbia)
G. Milašinovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
P. Mitrovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Markovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
S. Mrdja (Belgrade, Serbia)
N. Mujovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
I. Mrdovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
Z. Mehmedbegovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
I. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Orlic (Belgrade, Serbia)
S. Pavlovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
J. Perunicic (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Petrovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Ristic (Belgrade, Serbia)
A. Ristic (Belgrade, Serbia)
P. Seferovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Simic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Simeunovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
B. Stefanovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
G. Stankovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
S. Stojkovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
J. Stepanovic(Belgrade, Serbia)
R. Sindjelic (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Tomasevic (Belgrade, Serbia)
V. Vukcevic (Belgrade, Serbia)
B. Vujisic Tešic (Belgrade, Serbia)
Z. Vasiljevic Pokrajcic (Belgrade, Serbia)
V. Vucicevic (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Zivkovic (Belgrade, Serbia)

Serbian Faculty

S. Apostolovic (Nis, Serbia)
Z. Antonic (Belgrade, Serbia)
A. Aleksic (Belgrade, Serbia)
R. Babic (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Bikicki (S. Kamenica, Serbia )
M. Colic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Debeljacki (S.Kamenica, Serbia)
D. Dincic (Belgrade, Serbia)
M. Djukic (Belgrade, Serbia)
B. Gligic (Belgrade, Serbia)
S. Hinic (Belgrade, Serbia)
B. Ilisic (Belgrade, Serbia)
V. Ivanovic (S. Kamenica, Serbia)
I. Ilic (Belgrade, Serbia)
N. Jagic (Kragujevac, Serbia)
R. Jung (S.Kamenica, Serbia)
I. Jovanovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Kordic (Belgrade, Serbia)
Lj. Mangovski (Belgrade, Serbia)
Z. Mijailovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
B. Milosavljevic (Belgrade, Serbia)
A. Neskovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
N. Ninkovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
I. N ikolajevic (Belgrade, Serbia)
V. Obradovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
Z. Perisic (Nis, Serbia)
M. Pavlovic (Nis, Serbia)
S. Rusovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Sagic (Belgrade, Serbia)
Dj. Stojsic (Novi Sad, Serbia)
Z. Stajic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Topic (Belgrade, Serbia)
N. Tomic (S.Kamenica, Serbia)
J. Saponjski (Belgrade, Serbia)

Scientific programme

  • Sunday, April 5
  • Monday, April 6
  • Tuesday, April 7
  • Wednesday, April 8

BASICS Plus Programme (.pdf ~ 625kb)

BASICS Plus Leaflet (.pdf ~ 445kb)

Sunday, April 5 2009

Room AVALA

8:30-12:00
LIVE SESSION 1

Chairpersons: W. Wijns (Aalst, Belgium), F. Eberli (Zurich, Switzerland)
Commentators: L. Finci (Geneve, Switzerland), A. Manginas (Athens, Greece),
P. Seferovic (Belgrade, Serbia), Z. Plazonic (Rijeka, Croatia), R. Jung (Sremska Kamenica, Serbia)

- case 1 (O. Katoh, M. Ostojic, V. Vukcevic, S. Hinic)
- case 2 (G. Sianos, D. Orlic, M. Tomasevic, B. Ilisic)
- case 3 (O. Katoh, M.A. Nedeljkovic, G. Stankovic, I. Ilic)
- case 4 (J. Ge, S. Stojkovic, J. Kostic, D. Kordic)
- case 5 (A. Doganov, B. Beleslin, S. Aleksandric, N. Ninkovic)

Factoids: M. Dikic, B. Parapid, M. Zivkovic

EXPERT LECTURES 1 (during live session 1)

Chairpersons: W. Wijns (Aalst, Belgium), F Eberli (Zurich, Switzerland)

10:00-10:20
Stent4Life
- W. Wijns (Aalst, Belgium)

10:20 -10:40
Current application of DES in context of SYNTAX and FAME
- B. Weiner (Harvard, USA)

10:40-11:00
Percutaneous treatment modalities for mitral regurgitation
- A. Manginas (Athens, Greece)

11:00-11:20
History of percutaneous coronary interventions: Ups and downs
- L Finci (Geneve, Switzerland)

12:00-13:00
OPENING CEREMONY - EXPERT LECTURES 2

Chairpersons: M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia), W. Wijns (Aalst, Belgium),
B. Weiner (Harvard, USA), O. Katoh (Toyohashi, Japan),
M.A. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade, Serbia), TRH A. Karadjordjevic (Belgarde, Serbia),
N. Karanovic (Belgrade, Serbia), S. Pajevic (Belgrade, Serbia)

12:00 - 12:20
Opening Ceremony
- M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia)
- W. Wijns (Aalst, Belgium)
- B. Weiner (Harvard, USA)

12:20 - 13:00
Stem cell therapeutics and heart disease: From discovery to translation

- A. Terzic (Rochester, USA)
Clinical application of stem-cell therapy: Phase A
- W. Wijns (Aalst, Belgium)

13:00 - 14:00
Symposium SIEMENS
INNOVATIONS IN INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY - PROCEDURES THAT CHANGE THE PRACTICE?

- M. Ostojic(Beograd)
- D. Sagic (Beograd)
- N. Jagic (Kragujevac)
- P. Pejnovic (Siemens)

14:00-18:00
LIVE SESSION 2

Chairpersons: C. Di Mario (London, United Kingdom), B. Weiner (Harvard, USA)

Commentators: F. Eberli (Zurich, Switzerland), G. Nikolic(Podgorica, Montenegro), N. Jagic (Kragujevac, Serbia), Lj. Mangovski (Belgrade, Ser-bia), S. Rusovic (Belgrade, Serbia)

- case 6 (J. Ge, M. Ostojic, M.A. Nedeljkovic, A. Arandjelovic, S. Hinic)
- case 7 (A. Galassi, V. Vukcevic, G. Stankovic, B. Ilisic)
- case 8 (A. Manginas, B. Beleslin, M. Tomasevic, D. Kordic)
- case 9 (A. Galassi, S. Stojkovic, S. Aleksandric, I. Ilic)
- case 10 (J. Ge, M.A. Nedeljkovic, A. Arandjelovic, I. Ilic)

Factoids: M. Dikic, B. Parapid, M. Zivkovic

EXPERT LECTURES 3 (during live session 2)

Chairpersons: C Di Mario (London, United Kingdom), B. Weiner (Harvard, USA)

16:30-16:50
What have we learnt from OCT in stents?
- C Di Mario (London, United Kingdom)

16:50 -17:10
to be announced
- G. Sianos (Thessaloniki, Greece)

17:10 -17:30
Coronary loop technique for retrograde recanalization of CTO
- A.G. Osiev (Novosibirsk , Russia)

Monday, April 6 2009

8:30-12:00
LIVE SESSION 3

Chairpersons: J. Ge (Schanghai, China), W. Wijns (Aalst, Belgium)

Commentators: V. Ambrosini (Mercogliano, Italy), R. Babic (Belgrade, Serbia),
N. Milicic (Krapinske Toplice, Croatia), Z. Perisic (Nis, Serbia)

- case 11 (O. Katoh, M. Ostojic, V. Vukcevic, N. Ninkovic)
- case 12 (G. Sianos, M.A. Nedeljkovic, S. Aleksandric, I. Nikolajevic)
- case 13 (Y. Louvard, G. Stankovic, D. Orlic, M. Bikicki)
- case 14 (C. Di Mario, M.A. Nedeljkovic, S. Stojkovic, D. Debeljacki)
- case 15 (G.B. Danzi, M. Tomasevic, J. Kostic, D. Topic)
- case 16 (Y. Louvard, G. Stankovic, J. Kostic, I. Nikolajevic)

Factoids: M. Dikic, B. Parapid, Z. Mehmedbegovic

EXPERT LECTURES 4 (during live session 3)

Chairpersons: J. Ge (Schanghai, China), W. Wijns (Aalst, Belgium)
I. Jovanovic (Belgrade, Serbia)

10:00 - 10:20
Complex heart disease (ASD, VSD, PDA)
- J. Ge (Schanghai, China)

10:20 -10:40
Beyond closing of ASDs and PFOs - other catheter interventions in
adults with congenital heart disease

- I. Daehnert (Leipzig, Germany)

10:40 - 11:00
Percutanous aortic valve implantation - Patient selection and
technique

- M. Weber (Bad Nauheim, Germany)

EXPERT LECTURES 5

Chairpersons: O. Katoh (Toyohashi, Japan), A. Galassi (Catania, Italy),
J. Ge (Schanghai, China)

12:00- 12:20
Advantages and limitations of retrograde approaches to CTOs
- O. Katoh (Toyohashi, Japan)

12:20- 12:40
Strategies and innovation in CTO-PCI retrograde approach
- A. Galassi (Catania, Italy)

12:40 - 13:00
Double stenting of complex bifurcation lesions - which technique?
- Y. Louvard (Paris, France)

Symposium BIMED - MEDTRONIC
INNOVATING TOGETHER

Moderator: M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia)

13:00- 13:20
Drug eluting stents covering the whole spectrum of CAD

- M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia)

13:20- 13:40
Update with Corevalve for the percutaneous treatment of aortic
valve stenosis

- K. Toutouzas (Athens, Greece)

13:40- 14:00
Thrombus aspiration during primary PCI

- P. Anthopoulos (Athens)

14:00-18:00
LIVE SESSION 4

Chairpersons: O. Katoh (Toyohashi, Japan), J. Fajadet (Toulouse, France)

Commentators: G.B. Danzi (Milan, Italy), M.A. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade,
Serbia), E. Atalar (Ankara, Turkey), D. Sagic (Belgrade, Serbia), M. Sobot
(Banja Luka, RS BIH)

- case 17 (F. Eberli, A. Arandjelovic, M. Tomasevic, M. Bikicki)
- case 18 (J. Ge, D. Orlic, A. Ristic, R. Babic)
- case 19 (A. Galassi, V. Vukcevic, D. Simeunovic, R. Babic)
- case 20 (J. Ge, J. Kostic, D. Simic, D. Topic)
- case 21 (G. Sianos, S. Stojkovic, A. Ristic, J. Tresnjak)
- case 22 (J. Koolen, D. Orlic, M. Tomasevic, S. Aleksandric)

Factoids: M. Dikic, B. Parapid, Z. Mehmedbegovic

15:30-16:00
Symposium MEDICAL INNOVATION (during live session 4)
Infinnium - the new generation of DES

Moderator: M.A. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade, Serbia)

15:30
Infinnium - the new generation of DES
- K. Toutouzas (Athens, Greece)

EXPERT LECTURES 6 (during live session 4)

Chairpersons: O. Katoh (Toyohashi, Japan), J. Fajadet (Toulouse, France)

16:30- 16:50
Coronary stenting update
- F. Eberli (Zurich, Switzerland)

16:50 - 17:10
Patient Doses in Interventional Cardiology
- G. Bernardi (Udine, Italy)

17:10- 17:30
Clinical and procedural results in below-the-knee endovascular interventions in 2000 consecutive patients
- G.B. Danzi (Milan, Italy)

17:30 - 17:50
Peripheral arteriophaty what a cardiologist should know?
- L. Michalis (Ioannina, Greece)

Tuesday, April 7 2009

8:30-12:00
LIVE SESSION 5

Chairpersons: L. Finci (Geneve, Switzerland), J. Koolen (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

Commentators: A.B. Mehta (Mumbai, India), K. Toutouzas (Athens, Greece),
M. Hamilos (Heraklion, Greece), O. Kozan (Istanbul, Turkey),
J. Saponjski (Belgrade, Serbia)

- case 23 (A. Colombo, M. Ostojic, G. Stankovic, D. Orlic)
- case 24 (J. Fajadet, M.A. Nedeljkovic, B. Beleslin, D. Jovic)
- case 25 (A. Doganov, S. Stojkovic, M. Dikic, R. Babic)
- case 26 (G. Sianos, M.A. Nedeljkovic, I. Ungi, B. Beleslin)
- case 27 (A. Doganov, D. Orlic, M. Dikic, D. Kordic)
- case 28 (A. Doganov, D. Orlic, M. Tomasevic, D. Kordic)

Factoids: B. Parapid, V. Dedovic

EXPERT LECTURES 7 (during live session 5)

Chairpersons: L. Finci (Geneve, Switzerland), J. Koolen (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

10:00-10:20
Treatment of acute MI in Eindhoven- The Netherlands
- J. Koolen (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

10:20-10:40
Thrombus retrieval in acute myocardial infarct. Where? How? Why?
- V. Ambrosini (Mercogliano, Italy)

10:40-11:00
Optical Imaging for Detection of Vulnerable Plaque
- K. Toutouzas (Athens, Greece)

EXPERT LECTURES 8

Chairpersons: A. Colombo (Milan, Italy), J. Fajadet (Toulouse, France)

12:00-12:20
Current approach to bifurcation lesions
- A. Colombo (Milan, Italy)

12:20-12:40
PCI for left main stenosis
- J. Fajadet (Toulouse, France)

12:40-13:00
2-year experience with left main stenting at the Hungarian Institute of Cardiology
- Z. Piroth (Budapest, Hungary)

Symposium SIMPLEX - ABBOTT
Abbott Vascular

Moderator: M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia)

13:00 - 13:40
Xience V - Experience in Serbia
- M. Ostojic(Belgrade, Serbia)
- Lj. Mangovski (Belgrade, Serbia)
- Z. Perisic (Nis, Serbia)
- R. Jung (Sremska Kamenica, Serbia)

13:40 - 14:00
What's new - Bioabsorbable stents & latest updates
- P. Pedeferri (Brussels, Belgium)

14:00-18:00
LIVE SESSION 6

Chairpersons: L. Michalis (Ioannina, Greece), A. Doganov (Sofia, Bulgaria)

Commentators: L. Finci (Geneve, Switzerland),
M. Hamilos (Heraklion, Greece), O. Ergene (Izmir, Turkey),
A. Neskovic (Belgrade, Serbia)

- case 29 (J. Fajadet, D. Orlic, M. Dikic, S. Aleksandric)
- case 30 (A.B. Mehta, M.A. Nedeljkovic, M. Tomasevic, D. Simic)
- case 31 (J. Fajadet, S. Stojkovic, J. Kostic, D. Dincic)
- case 32 (A.G. Osiev, V. Vukcevic, A. Arandjelovic, D. Dincic)
- case 33 (I. Daehnert, I. Jovanovic, M. Djukic, R. Romanovic)
- case 34 (A.G. Osiev, M. Dikic, D. Simeunovic, R. Romanovic)
- case 35 (A.B. Mehta, M.A. Nedeljkovic, A. Arandjelovic, D. Simic)

Factoids: B. Parapid, V. Dedovic

EXPERT LECTURES 9 (during live session 6)

Chairpersons: L. Michalis (Ioannina, Greece), A. Doganov (Sofia, Bulgaria)

16:30- 16:45
Moderate left main stenosis assessment
- M. Hamilos (Heraklion, Greece)

16:45- 17:00
Diagnostic catheterization and intervention after coronary bypass surgery
- A. Doganov (Sofia, Bulgaria)

17:00- 17:15
Carotid artery in stent-restenosis - a reality
- A. Iancu (Cluj-Napoca, Romania)

17:30
SEMINARS IN CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY (during live session 6)

Moderator: B. Beleslin (Beograd, Srbija), M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia),
I. Herzfeld (Stockholm, Sweden), Z. Piroth (Budapest, Hungary)

PART 1 - Dedicated chapters from FFR: trials
(each presentation 10 min)

FAME study: Back to the future
- I. Herzfeld (Stockholm, Sweden)

Case presenetation and analysis
- Z. Piroth (Budapest, Hungary)

Which are FFR cut-of values, and what is the clinical significance of the gray zone? From DEFER to FAME study
- I. Ungi (Szeged, Hungary)

Case presenetation and analysis
- Z. Perisic (Nis, Serbia)

How to make complicated situations simpler: The vale of FFR in complex lesions (bifurcations, serial stenoses, ostial lesions)
- N. Jagic (Kragujevac, Serbia)

PART 2 - Dedicated chapters from FFR: practice

Misconception and conception about the relation of FFR and IVUS
- B. Beleslin (Belgrade, Serbia)

Case presentation and analysis
- Lj. Mangovski (Belgrade, Serbia)

Is there a place for coronary physiology in acute coronary syndromes?
- D. Orlic (Belgrade, Serbia)

Case presentation and analysis
- M. Tesic (Belgrade, Serbia)

When to be cautious in interpretation of noininvasive CFR results?
A lesson to interventional cardiologist

- A. Djordjevic-Dikic (Belgrade, Serbia)

Wednesday, Aprili 8 2009

8:30-12:00
LIVE SESSION 7

Chairpersons: G. Sianos (Thessaloniki, Greece), I. Ungi (Szeged, Hungary),
O. Goktekin (Eskisehir, Turkey)

Commentators: A.B. Mehta (Mumbai, India), M.A. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade, Serbia), D. Vulic (Banja Luka, RS BIH), N. Milanovic (Banja Luka, RS BIH),
M. Rabrenovic (Podgorica, Montenegro), L. Angelkov (Belgrade, Serbia)

- case 36 (A.G. Osiev, B. Milosavljevic, Z. Antonic) - live case from Institute for CVD "Dedinje"
- case 37 (M. Weber, Z. Perisic) - live case from Clinical Center of Nis
- case 38 (A. Doganov, J. Saponjski, S. Hinic, N. Ninkovic) - live case from Hospital Clinical Center "Bezanijska kosa"
- case 39 (Lj. Mangovski, U. Babic, D. Sagic) - live case from Institute for CVD "Dedinje"
- case 40 (M. Weber, Z. Perisic) - live case from Clinical Center of Nis
- case 41 (A. Doganov, J. Saponjski, D. Jovic, J. Tresnjak) - live case from Hospital Clinical Center "Bezanijska kosa"

Electrophysiology cases - live cases from Clinical Center of Serbia
- case 42 (M. Grujic, D. Mrdja, N. Mujovic, A. Kocijancic)
- case 43 (M. Grujic, D. Mrdja, N. Mujovic, A. Kocijancic)

Factoids: M. Dikic, B. Parapid, M. Zivkovic

12:00
CLOSING CEREMONY

Chairpersons: M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia), A.G. Osiev (Novosibirsk , Russia),
S. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade, Serbia), V. Kanjuh (Belgrade, Serbia),
M.A. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade, Serbia)

Closing remarks
- M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia), M.A. Nedeljkovic (Belgrade, Serbia),
B. Beleslin (Belgrade, Serbia)

Mini Symposia & Courses

  • Update cardiology 2009 - What is new on horizon?
  • Training course on bifurcations

Training course on bifurcation lesions with simulators

Sunday, April 5 (ROOM BELGRADE)
14:00-16:00

Training on simulator and bench testing model

Moderators:
G. Stankovic (Belgrade, Serbia), D. Orlic (Belgrade, Serbia)

Monday, April 6 (ROOM BELGRADE)
14:00-18:00

Our Approach to bifurcation lesions

Moderators:
Y. Louvard (Paris, France), G. Stankovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
on behalf of the European Bifurcation Club

14:00 Classification and available stenting techniques for bifurcation lesions. Consensus of the European Bifurcation Club
Y. Louvard (Paris, France)

14:30 What have we learned from clinical trials and registries
G. Stankovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
D. Orlic (Belgrade, Serbia)

15:00 Tips and tricks in percutaneous left main treatment
G. Stankovic (Belgrade, Serbia)
V. Vukcevic (Belgrade, Serbia)

15:30 coffee brak

16:00 Training on simulator and bench testing model
Preregistration required: Please, contact your local Cordis representative.

Tuesday, April 7 (ROOM BELGRADE)
14:00-16:00

Training on simulator and bench testing model

Moderators:
G. Stankovic (Belgrade, Serbia), V. Vukcevic (Belgrade, Serbia)

Venue/Technical Organizers

Hotel M Best Western, Bulevar Oslobođenja 56a,
11000 Beograd
tel: +381 11 309 55 05, fax: +381 11 309 55 06
e-mail: salesbwhotelm@eunet.rs
www.hotel-m.com

Hotel M

Live transmission of procedures to Best Western Hotel, from Clinical Center of Serbia, Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases

Best Western Hotek M

Direct live transmission of procedures to Best Western Hotel ,****
from: Clinical Center of Serbia, Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases, and

CathLabs of Clinical Center of Serbia CathLabNo1: Siemens AxiomArtis dFC (2003)
CathLabNo2: Siemens AxiomArtis FC (2002)
CathLab of Clinical Center Nis Siemens AxiomArtis dFC (2006)
CathLab of KBC "Bezanijska Kosa" Siemens AxiomArtis dFA (2007)
CathLab of ICVD "Dedinje" Siemens AxiomArtis dFA (2008)

 


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Registration

Registration Fee 300 Euro
EUR account: 22 17618 0083 202
RSD account: 275 22 17618 081 106 64
Societe Generale Yugoslav Bank,
Bulevar Dr Zorana Djindjica 50a, Belgrade, Serbia

Includes:
- Badge
- Congress bag with materials
- Lunch (during afternoon lectures)
- Dinner - Tuesday April 7, 2009
- Access to all sessions of
  Update cardiology 2009: What is new on horizon?
  Clinical seminar on coronary physiology
  Training course on bifurcations with simulators
- Access to exhibition

 

TRAVEL AGENCY
TP "Mladost turist" A.D.
Bulevar oslobodjenja 56a, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia
phone: +381 11 309 55 05
fax: +381 11 309 55 06
e-mail: salesbwhotelm@eunet.rs, www.hotel-m.com

LANGUAGE
English

WEB SITE
www.serbian-heart-foundation.org
www.uksrb.org

SECRETARIAT ON SITE
Secretariat and Registration Desk in Workshop Venue will be on duty from April 4-8, 2009.

WORKING HOURS
April 4 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
April 5 7:30 am - 7:00 pm
April 6 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
April 7 7:30 am - 6:00 pm
April 8 7:30 am - 12:00 pm

COFFEE AND REFRESHMENT
Coffee and refreshment are organized in the Exhibition area (Workshop Venue).

LUNCH
Lunch will be served during afternoon lectures for all participants.

TECHNICAL EXHIBITION
An exhibition of scientific and technical equipments is organized in the Workshop Venue.

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE
EBAC certificate of attendance will be given to all registered participants at the Secretariat Desk on April 8, 2009.

TARGET AUDIENCE
Interventional Cardiologists, Interventional Radiologists, Cardiologists in CCU, and other medical specialists interested in cardiology and interventional vascular medicine.

CME
Workshop will be recognized by the Medical Faculty, University of Belgrade as a part of continuous Medical Education (CME).

Correspodence

Institute for Cardiovascular Diseases, Clinical Center of Serbia
Koste Todorovica 8, Belgrade 11000, Serbia

phone: +381 11 361 36 53
+381 11 362 90 55
fax: +381 11 362 90 56

e-mail: mostojic2003@yahoo.com
www.uksrb.org
www.serbian-heart-foundation.org.

General Sponsor

Medtronic - Bimed

Sponsors

Abbot-Simplex, Actavis, Alkaloid, Aptus, Boehringer Ingelheim, Berlin Chemie, Bayer Schering Pharm, Bosnalijek, Cordis - Johnson&Johnson, CARDIO-GORD Ltd, Dijamed, Galenika, GlaxoSmithKline, Hemofarm Stada, Jugohemija- Boston Scientific, Merck, Medical Innovation, Neomedica, Novartis, Pharmaswiss, Pfizer, Sanofi aventis, Siemens, Servier, Terumo-Eco Trade

 

About Belgrade

Belgrade

EuropeBelgrade (Beograd) is the capital of Serbia, with about 1,6 million inhabitants. It is located in the south-east of Europe, in the Balkan Peninsula, at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and since ancient times it has been an important traffic focal point, an intersection of the roads of Eastern and Western Europe.

Belgrade is the capital of Serbian culture, education, science and economy. As a result of its eventful history, many nations have lived in Belgrade for centuries, and the majority of the population are Serbs (86%) of Orthodox persuasion. The official language is Serbian, while foreigners are recommended to use English in communication.

The climate in Belgrade is moderate continental, with an average daily temperature of 11.40C.

Belgrade is in the Central European Time (CET) zone (GMT+1 hour). Summer time counting lasts from end of March until end of October (GMT+2 hour).

The official monetary unit is dinar (official exchange rate).

Belgrade area code for domestic calls is 011, and for international calls it is ++381-11.
All other important tourist information can be found in the Tourism section.

 

Useful links

Simpozijum "Inovacija znanja 2009"

Simppzijum se održava u okviru 5th BASICS plus BelgrAde Summit of Interventional CardiologistS Belgrade, April 5-8, 2009.

  • ponedeljak, 6. april
  • utorak, 7. april
Simpozijum "Inovacije znanja" 2009 (.pdf 225 kb)~

Ponedeljak, 6, april 2009

8:30-8:45
Otvaranje Simpozijuma

8:45-10:30
OKRUGLI STO

Učesnici: M. Ostojić, M. A. Nedeljković, M. Tomašević, M. Krstić, V. Vukčević, S. Apostolović, A. Aranđelović, Z. Perišić, R. Jung, A. Nešković, J. Šaponjski,
N. Jagić, S. Rusović, V. Hadži-Tanović, B. Stefanović, J. Milutinović

- Primarna PCI u lečenju STEMI: Pregled četvorogodišnjih rezultata u Kliničkim centrima u Srbiji, gde smo u odnosu na svet?

- Protektivni efekat N-achetylcysteina na bubrežnu funkciju kod pacijenta sa STEMI koji se leče primarnom PCI

- Da li primenjujemo evropske preporuke za lečenje STEMI?

- Fibrinoloza u STEMI: Da li je sledeća šansa u olakšanoj PCI?

- "Ahilova peta" primarne PCI: mikrocirkualcija i protekcija miokarda u primarnoj PCI

- Pogled gastroenterologa na dvojnu antiagregacionu terapiju

- Spasavajuća (Rescue) PCI

(Učesnici će imati pravo na 5-6 slajdova, a ostalo je sve diskusija i interakcija sa auditorijumom. Cilj okruglog stola je povećanje broja bolesnika koji se leče pomoću primarne PCI i smanjenje kašnjenja do reperfuzije)

10:30-11:30
Simpozijum HEMOFARM

Optimalna medikamentna terapija stabilne angine pektoris kao alternativa revaskularizacije miokarda
- M. Ostojić (Beograd)
- I. Tasić (Niš)

11:30-12:30
Simpozijum BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM

Trombolitička terapija u akutnom infarktu miokarda
- Z. Vasiljević-Pokrajcic (Beograd)

13:00-14:00
BAYER SCHERING FARMA

Novine u antikoagulantnoj i antitrombocitnoj terapiji
- B. Beleslin (Beograd)
- G. Koracevic (Niš)

14:00-15:00
OKRUGLI STO

Učesnici: Udruženje Kardiologa Srbije, RZZO, Ministarstvo Zdravlja, Zaštitnik prava pacijenata

TEMA: LISTE ČEKANJA (PERKUTANE I KARDIOHIRURšKE INTERVENCIJE),
NABAVKA POTROŠNOG MATERIJALA, POZITIVNA LISTA
LEKOVA

15:00-16:00
Simpozijum SANOFI AVENTIS

ANTITROMBOCITNA TERAPIJA U AKUTNOM KORONARNOM SINDROMU: KADA SE SRETNU KLINIČKO ISKUSTVO I TERAPIJA ZASNOVANA NA NAUČNIM DOKAZIMA
Moderatori: M. Ostojić, G. Panić, Z. Perišić

15:00-15:20
Plavix: medicina zasnovana na dokazima
Ključne poruke iz referentnih studija
- M. Ostojić (Beograd)


15:20-15:40
Mesto i značaj antitombocitne terapije u novim ESC preporukama za lečenje STEMI i NSTEMI: kada, kome i koliko dugo?

- G. Panić (Sremska Kamenica)


15:40-15:50
Prikaz slučaja kliničkog zbrinjavanja pacijenta sa akutnim koronarni sindromom
- Z. Perišić (Niš)

15:50-16:00
Diskusija

16:00-17:00
OKRUGLI STO

UČESNICI: R. Sicari, M. Ostojić, J. Stepanović, A. Đorđević-Dikić, V. Giga,
M. Dobrić, B. Beleslin, N. Radovanović-Radosavljević

TEMA: STRATEGIES OF FOLLOW-UP IN PATIENTS AFTER MYOCARDIAL REVASCULARIZATION (PCI OR CABG): WHEN, HOW, HOW MANY TIMES AND WHY?

STRATEGIJE PRAĆENJA PACIJENATA POSLE REVASKULARIZACIJE
MIOKARDA (PCI I CABG): KADA, KAKO, KOLIKO PUTA I ZAŠTO?

- R. Sicari (Pisa, Italia)
- J. Stepanovic (Beograd)

17:30-18:30
Simpozijum DIJAMED

INTRAAORTNA BALON PUMPA - INDIKACIJE, UPOTREBA, NOVINE
- S. Stojković (Beograd)

18:00-19:00
STUDIJE IZ 2008. KOJE MENJAJU KLINIČKU PRAKSU ILI "MNOGO BUKE
NI OKO ČEGA"

Moderatori: G. Stanković, B. Beleslin

18:00-18:15
Šta ne-interventni kardiolog treba da zna o rezultatima SYNTAX studije (Zašto je Dr Serruys bio neraspololožen pri izlaganju rezultata studije?)
- G. Stanković (Beograd)


18:15-18:30
Da li FAME studija objašnjava SYNTAX rezultate: Pomoć kojoj se nismo nadali (Zašto je Dr Wijns bio raspoložen uoči objavljivanja rezultata studije?)
- B. Beleslin (Beograd)


18:30-18:45
Da li smo spremni za put na JUPITER?
- V. Giga (Beograd)

18:45-19:00
TAPAS studija: Da li treba utabati stazu ili počistiti sneg?
- D. Orlić (Beograd)

Tuesday, April 7 2009

8:30-12:00
LIVE SESSION 5

Chairpersons: L. Finci (Geneve, Switzerland), J. Koolen (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

Commentators: A.B. Mehta (Mumbai, India), K. Toutouzas (Athens, Greece),
M. Hamilos (Heraklion, Greece), O. Kozan (Istanbul, Turkey),
J. Saponjski (Belgrade, Serbia)

- case 23 (A. Colombo, M. Ostojic, G. Stankovic, D. Orlic)
- case 24 (J. Fajadet, M.A. Nedeljkovic, B. Beleslin, D. Jovic)
- case 25 (A. Doganov, S. Stojkovic, M. Dikic, R. Babic)
- case 26 (G. Sianos, M.A. Nedeljkovic, I. Ungi, B. Beleslin)
- case 27 (A. Doganov, D. Orlic, M. Dikic, D. Kordic)
- case 28 (A. Doganov, D. Orlic, M. Tomasevic, D. Kordic)

Factoids: B. Parapid, V. Dedovic

EXPERT LECTURES 7 (during live session 5)

Chairpersons: L. Finci (Geneve, Switzerland), J. Koolen (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

10:00-10:20
Treatment of acute MI in Eindhoven- The Netherlands
- J. Koolen (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

10:20-10:40
Thrombus retrieval in acute myocardial infarct. Where? How? Why?
- V. Ambrosini (Mercogliano, Italy)

10:40-11:00
Optical Imaging for Detection of Vulnerable Plaque
- K. Toutouzas (Athens, Greece)

EXPERT LECTURES 8

Chairpersons: A. Colombo (Milan, Italy), J. Fajadet (Toulouse, France)

12:00-12:20
Current approach to bifurcation lesions
- A. Colombo (Milan, Italy)

12:20-12:40
PCI for left main stenosis
- J. Fajadet (Toulouse, France)

12:40-13:00
2-year experience with left main stenting at the Hungarian Institute of Cardiology
- Z. Piroth (Budapest, Hungary)

Symposium SIMPLEX - ABBOTT
Abbott Vascular

Moderator: M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia)

13:00 - 13:40
Xience V - Experience in Serbia
- M. Ostojic(Belgrade, Serbia)
- Lj. Mangovski (Belgrade, Serbia)
- Z. Perisic (Nis, Serbia)
- R. Jung (Sremska Kamenica, Serbia)

13:40 - 14:00
What's new - Bioabsorbable stents & latest updates
- P. Pedeferri (Brussels, Belgium)

14:00-18:00
LIVE SESSION 6

Chairpersons: L. Michalis (Ioannina, Greece), A. Doganov (Sofia, Bulgaria)

Commentators: L. Finci (Geneve, Switzerland),
M. Hamilos (Heraklion, Greece), O. Ergene (Izmir, Turkey),
A. Neskovic (Belgrade, Serbia)

- case 29 (J. Fajadet, D. Orlic, M. Dikic, S. Aleksandric)
- case 30 (A.B. Mehta, M.A. Nedeljkovic, M. Tomasevic, D. Simic)
- case 31 (J. Fajadet, S. Stojkovic, J. Kostic, D. Dincic)
- case 32 (A.G. Osiev, V. Vukcevic, A. Arandjelovic, D. Dincic)
- case 33 (I. Daehnert, I. Jovanovic, M. Djukic, R. Romanovic)
- case 34 (A.G. Osiev, M. Dikic, D. Simeunovic, R. Romanovic)
- case 35 (A.B. Mehta, M.A. Nedeljkovic, A. Arandjelovic, D. Simic)

Factoids: B. Parapid, V. Dedovic

EXPERT LECTURES 9 (during live session 6)

Chairpersons: L. Michalis (Ioannina, Greece), A. Doganov (Sofia, Bulgaria)

16:30- 16:45
Moderate left main stenosis assessment
- M. Hamilos (Heraklion, Greece)

16:45- 17:00
Diagnostic catheterization and intervention after coronary bypass surgery
- A. Doganov (Sofia, Bulgaria)

17:00- 17:15
Carotid artery in stent-restenosis - a reality
- A. Iancu (Cluj-Napoca, Romania)

17:30
SEMINARS IN CLINICAL PHYSIOLOGY (during live session 6)

Moderator: B. Beleslin (Beograd, Srbija), M. Ostojic (Belgrade, Serbia),
I. Herzfeld (Stockholm, Sweden), Z. Piroth (Budapest, Hungary)

PART 1 - Dedicated chapters from FFR: trials
(each presentation 10 min)

FAME study: Back to the future
- I. Herzfeld (Stockholm, Sweden)

Case presenetation and analysis
- Z. Piroth (Budapest, Hungary)

Which are FFR cut-of values, and what is the clinical significance of the gray zone? From DEFER to FAME study
- I. Ungi (Szeged, Hungary)

Case presenetation and analysis
- Z. Perisic (Nis, Serbia)

How to make complicated situations simpler: The vale of FFR in complex lesions (bifurcations, serial stenoses, ostial lesions)
- N. Jagic (Kragujevac, Serbia)

PART 2 - Dedicated chapters from FFR: practice

Misconception and conception about the relation of FFR and IVUS
- B. Beleslin (Belgrade, Serbia)

Case presentation and analysis
- Lj. Mangovski (Belgrade, Serbia)

Is there a place for coronary physiology in acute coronary syndromes?
- D. Orlic (Belgrade, Serbia)

Case presentation and analysis
- M. Tesic (Belgrade, Serbia)

When to be cautious in interpretation of noininvasive CFR results?
A lesson to interventional cardiologist

- A. Djordjevic-Dikic (Belgrade, Serbia)



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