Echo Hawaii 2018 Slides

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Monday, January 15
Tuesday, January 16
Wednesday, January 17
Thursday, January 18
Friday, January 19

MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 2018

LEFT VENTRICULAR FUNCTION, CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE, AND
CONTRAST
Hapuna Ballroom

7:15 AM Coffee and Cases: Critical Role of Echo in Coronary Artery Disease
L. Rudski

7:30 AM Systolic Function: It’s Not Just Ejection Fraction Anymore!
W. Tsang

7:50 AM Echo for the Assessment of Acute Chest Pain
G. Wilkins

8:10 AM Getting the Most Out of Stress Echo
V. Rigolin

8:30 AM Complications of Myocardial Infarction: Critical Role of Echo
N. Weissman

9:30 AM A Very Practical Approach to Incorporating Contrast into a Busy Lab
A. DeMaria

9:50 AM Perfusion Contrast Echo Imaging: Is This the Year?
J. Lindner

10:10 AM Contrast Cases You Will Never Forget
A. DeMaria, P. Grayburn

10:30 AM Innovation Interlude: Molecular Imaging
J. Lindner

11:00 AM When Does 3D Echo Make a Difference?
W. Tsang

11:20 AM Cardiac MRI: Echo’s Friend or Enemy?
P. Thavendiranathan

11:40 AM Think Quick: Make the Diagnosis with Just One Clip
B. Anderson

12:00 PM Adjourn

5:00 – 6:30 PM
How to Interpret 3D Echoes
S. Little, M. Petrescu, W. Tsang

TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2018

VALVE DISEASE
Hapuna Ballroom

7:00 AM Live Dissection: Aortic and Mitral Valves
M. Petrescu

7:30 AM Coffee and Cases: I Use 3D for Valve Cases All the Time
A. DeMaria, S. Little, M. Petrescu

8:00 AM Aortic Stenosis: Going Beyond Gradient
D. Kang

8:15 AM When to Intervene on the Asymptomatic Patient
N. Weissman

8:30 AM Valvular Regurgitation: Putting the New Guidelines into Practice
J. Thomas

8:50 AM The Top Common Errors in Assessing Mitral Regurgitation
P. Grayburn

9:50 AM Live Dissection: Normal Tricuspid and Pulmonary Valves
M. Petrescu

10:10 AM The Forgotten Valves: Tricuspid and Pulmonic Valve Pathology
L. Rudski

10:25 AM A Practical Approach to Prosthetic Valves
B. Anderson

10:45 AM Managing Complex Endocarditis and Echo’s Vital Role
D. Kang

11:05 AM Role of Stress Echo in Valvular Heart Disease
K. Kusunose

11:20 AM A Systematic Approach to Multi-Valve Disease
J. Thomas

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2018

HEART FAILURE AND CARDIOMYOPATHY
Hapuna Ballroom

7:00 AM Coffee and Cases: Heart Failure is Easy!
D. Kang, J. Lindner, M. Petrescu, P. Thavendiranathan

8:00 AM Physiology of Diastolic Function Made Easy
J. Thomas

8:15 AM Beginner’s Guide to Strain: What Should Be in Your Lab in 2018
B. Anderson

8:30 AM Cardiomyopathies: Hypertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy and Beyond
L. Rudski

8:50 AM Practical Ways to Incorporate a Diastolic Assessment Into Every Echo
J. Oh

9:10 AM Pulmonary Hypertension and Pulmonary Embolism: Role of Echo
K. Kusunose

10:05 AM Constriction and Restriction: Never Get Confused Again!
J. Oh

10:25 AM Echo Assessment of LVADs
F. Asch

10:45 AM Innovation Interlude: 3D Quantitative Doppler
P. Thavendiranathan

11:00 AM Adult Congenital Heart Disease: What All Echocardiographers Should Know
S. Shah

11:20 AM When Do Adults with Congenital Heart Disease Need an Intervention: The Role of Echo
S. Shah

12:00 PM Adjourn

5:00 PM Workshop: Diastology and Advanced Strain
B. Anderson, K. Kusunose, J. Oh, J. Thomas

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2018

PERIOPERATIVE, INTERVENTIONAL AND CRITICAL CARE ECHO
Hapuna Ballroom

7:00 AM Coffee and Cases: Perioperative, Critical Care, and Interventional
M. Swaminathan, W. Tsang, G. Wilkins

7:30 AM Putting Together a Structural Heart Program from the Imager’s Perspective
S. Little

7:45 AM Percutaneous Approaches to Aortic Disease in 2018
W. Tsang

8:00 AM Get Ready for Percutaneous Mitral Valve Approaches
P. Grayburn

8:15 AM TAVR: When Things Go Wrong
F. Asch

8:30 AM TEE Essential in Paravalvular Leak Closure and Pseudoaneurysmal Repair
G. Wilkins

9:40 AM Echo Emergencies
V. Rigolin

10:00 AM Coronary Artery Bypass Graft: Monitoring Patients and Detecting Complications
M. Swaminathan

10:20 AM Innovation Interlude: 3D Printing and Echocardiography
S. Little

10:40 AM Dealing with the Unexpected in the Operating Room
M. Swaminathan

11:00 AM Diseases of the Aorta
F. Asch

11:20 AM Intraoperative Echo: Is There a Role for Advanced Echo Techniques (3D, Strain, etc.)
M. Swaminathan

11:40 Panel and Audience Response

12:00 PM Adjourn

6:30 PM
Workshop: Interventional Echo Tips and Tricks
F. Asch, P. Grayburn, S. Little, G.Wilkins

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 2018

MISCELLANEOUS BUT IMPORTANT
Hapuna Ballroom

7:45 AM ASE International Initiatives
F. Asch

8:00 AM Echo in Systemic Diseases: Sarcoid, Amyloid, etc.
V. Rigolin

8:15 AM Masses: A Multimodality Approach
S. Shah

8:30 AM Cardio-Oncology: Basics and Knowing When You Need an Echo
V. Rigolin

8:45 AM Cardio-Oncology: Applying New Echo Technology to Guide Therapy
P. Thavendiranathan

9:00 AM Cardio-Oncology Panel: Present Unknown Cases
Moderator: A. Barac
Panelists: A. DeMaria, V. Rigolin, P. Thavendiranathan

9:50 AM Innovation Interlude: Machine Learning Applications to Echo
N. Weissman

10:00 AM Pericardial Disease and Tamponade
J. Oh

10:20 AM Pregnancy and Heart Disease
S. Shah

10:40 AM The Athlete’s Heart: Critical Role of Echo
N. Weissman

11:00 AM Mai Tai Finale: Mesmerized by All Interesting Cases: Time for Audience Interpretation
F. Asch, J. Oh, M. Petrescu, M. Swaminathan, J. Thomas

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