26th Annual Echo Hawaii Slides

January 18-22, 2016 Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel Kohala Coast, Big Island, HI

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MONDAY, JANUARY, 18, 2016

WHAT’S NEW IN VALVE DISEASE?

7:10 am Basic Hemodynamics
C. Chow

7:30 am How the New Valve Guidelines Affect You
J. Thomas

7:50 am When Should I Quantify Valve Regurgitation?
D. Orsinelli

8:10 am A Comprehensive Approach to Prosthetic Valves
M. Picard

8:30 am What TAVR Has Taught Us About Aortic Stenosis
D. Orsinelli

8:50 am Role of Stress Testing in Valve Disease
S. Nakatani

9:50 am Intraoperative Echo: Decision Making in Mitral Valve Disease
V. Rigolin

10:10 am Percutaneous Mitral Valve Repair: Present and Future
W. Armstrong

10:30 am Critical Role of Echo in IE
N. Weissman

10:50 am Tricuspid Valve Disease: When to Intervene
G. Scalia

11:10 am Complex Valve Cases
T. Van Houten, C. Chow, J. Song

T. Van Houten – Click here

5:00 – 6:00 pm
3D Echo: Case Studies in Valvular Heart Disease
T. Van Houten, G. Lammertin,

J. Choy – click here

TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2016

CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE AND MYOCARDIAL CONTRAST ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY

7:00 am Essential Physiology of Left Ventricular Function
N. Weissman

7:20 am Strain and Other Approaches Ventricular Dysfunction
S. Nakatani

7:40 am Basics of Contrast Echo
G. Lammertin

8:00 am What You Should Know About Perfusion Imaging
J. Lindner

8:20 am Stress Echo: How to Optimize Results
T. Ryan

8:40 am Functional Assessment of Valve Disease
J. Song

9:40 am Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension and Pulmonary Embolism: Role of Echo
T. Tsang

10:00 am An Update on 3D Echo: Advances in Technology
J. Thomas

10:20 am Left Atrial Remodeling
T. Tsang

10:40 am Cases: Complications of Myocardial Infarction
S. Nakatani

11:00 am Emerging Role of Hand Held Echo
A. DeMaria

11:20 am Difficult Cases in Coronary Artery Disease andStress Echo

T. Van Houten – Click here.

D. Orsinelli – Click here.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2016

PERIOPERATIVE AND CRITICAL CARE ECHO

8:00 am Echo in the Emergency Department: Who Does It and to Whom?
V. Rigolin

8:20 am Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting: Monitoring Patients and Detecting Complications
M. Swaminathan

8:40 am Technology: Epicardial, Epiaortic, and ICE
S. Shernan

9:00 am Impact of 3D on Interventional Echo
J. Choy

9:20 am Intraoperative Echo: When to Go Back on Pump
M. Swaminathan

10:20 am Diseases of the Aorta
S. Shernan

10:40 am TAVR: When Things Go Wrong
D. Orsinelli

11:00 am Defining TAVR Success: New Guidelines and Role of Echo
J. Oh

11:20 am The Patient with Shock
M. Picard

THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 2016

CARDIOMYOPATHY AND HEART FAILURE

8:00 am The Basics of Systolic Function
J. Thomas

8:20 am A Practical Approach to Diastole
G. Scalia

8:40 am The Patient with Heart Failure: When to Echo?
A. DeMaria

9:00 am Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy: Beyond Gradient and Wall Thickness
M. Picard

9:20 am Future of Contrast Echo
J. Lindner

10:20 am The Cardiomyopathies: Role of Multimodality Imaging
A. DeMaria

10:40 am Advanced Heart Failure and Ventricular Assist Devices
W. Armstrong

11:00 am Adult Congenital Heart Disease: What All Echocardiographers Should Know
S. Roble

11:20 am Cases in Cardiomyopathy and Heart Failure, Including Diastole
C. Chow

G. Scalia – Click here.

G. Scalia – Click here.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2016

7:00 am Early Bird Cases
G. Lammertin, T. Ryan, J. Lindner

G. Lammertin – Click here

MISCELLANEOUS BUT IMPORTANT

8:00 am Five Echo Diagnoses You Should Never Miss
W. Armstrong

8:20 am Masses: A Multimodality Approach
M. Picard

8:40 am The Athlete’s Heart: Role of Echo
N. Weissman

9:00 am Echo in Health Care Reform
V. Rigolin

9:40 am Interventions in Adult Congenital Heart Disease: Role of Echo
S. Roble

10:00 am Pericardial Disease and Tamponade
J. Oh

10:20 am Pregnancy and Heart Disease
S. Roble

10:40 am Constriction and Restriction
J. Oh

11:00 am MAI TAI Competition (Mesmerized by All Interesting Cases: Time for Audience Interpretation)
T. Ryan