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SNU Bi-Vascular Symposium 2019
Satellite Workshop for surgeon-modified endograft
Seminar room 1, 2nd floor, Biomedical Research Institute, SNUH
14:00-14:10
Course review
Seung Kee Min (Seoul National Univ.)
14:10-14:25
Endovascular treatment for suprarenal AAA; overview
Jin Mo Kang (Gachon Univ.)
14:25-14:45
Surgeon-modified graft; experience in Bundang
Tae Seung Lee (Seoul National Univ.)
14:45-15:05
Novel techniques for SMG
Patrick Kelly (Sanford USD Medical Center, USA)
15:05-17:00
Demonstration of SMG / Hands-on
17:00-00:00
Closing
Sang Hyun Ahn (Seoul Natonal Univ.)
 
SBiS 2019 : The devil is in the detail. Refine your technique at the best.
서울대학교 의과대학 융합관 1층 박희택홀(101호)
08:30-08:50
Registration
08:50-08:55
Opening address
Oh Jeong Kwon (President, KSVS)
08:55-09:00
Welcome address & Course review
Jongwon Ha (Seoul National Univ.)
Session 1. Survival of the FITTER; new horizons for vascular surgeons
09:00-10:30
Moderators:
Cheong Jun Lee (Northshore Univ., USA)
Moon Sang Ahn (Chungnam National Univ.)
Seung Kee Min (Seoul National Univ.)

09:00-09:10
Live case 1. open/hybrid - AAA
Operator
Seung Huh (Kyungpook National Univ.)
09:05-09:10
Live case 2, endo ; FP or BTK
Operator
Hwan Jun Jae (Seoul National Univ.)

Sang Hyun Ahn (Seoul Natonal Univ.)
09:10-09:20
Venous stenting: a gold rush or a blue ocean
Jang Yong Kim (Catholic Univ.)
09:20-09:30
VS registry in US; how to collect, use and publish
Cheong Jun Lee (Northshore Univ., USA)
09:30-09:40
Building up Korean vascular registry: 7 critical considerations
Chul-Woo Jung (Seoul National Univ.)
09:40-09:50
Live recapture & Panel discussion
09:50-10:00
Bioengineered vascular graft; recent update of hurdle racing
Sang-il Min (Seoul National Univ.)
10:00-10:10
OncoVascular Surgery; Raise your voice as a primary doctor
Seung Kee Min (Seoul National Univ.)
10:10-10:30
Live recapture & Panel discussion
10:30-10:50
COFFEE BREAK
Session 2. PAD; Let it flow.
10:50-12:30
Moderators:
Daniel K. Han (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai., USA)
Yong-Pil Cho (Ulsan Univ.)
Jongwon Ha (Seoul National Univ.)

10:50-11:00
Live case 4. open/hybrid; Popliteal aneurysm
Operator
Seung Kee Min (Seoul National Univ.)
10:50-11:00
Live case 3. Endo; IBD
Operator
Sang Hyun Ahn (Seoul Natonal Univ.)

Sae Beom Hur (Seoul National Univ.)
11:00-11:10
Key techiniques for successful long bypass; lessons from failures
Yong-Pil Cho (Ulsan Univ.)
11:10-11:20
The future of DCB; extension to BTK, iliac or AVF?
Seung Jae Byun (Wonkwang Univ.)
11:20-11:30
To Leave or not to leave. Questions in FP occlusion
Daniel K. Han (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai., USA)
11:30-11:40
How to keep out of troubles during peripheral endovascular procedures
Seung Woon Rha (Korea Univ.)
11:40-11:50
Popliteal aneurysm; Is open repair revived against endograft?
Jin Hyun Joh (Kyung Hee Univ.)
11:50-12:30
Live recapture & Panel discussion
12:30-13:30
Lunch [병원식당]
Session 3. Digging deep into the AORTA
13:30-14:50
Moderators:
Jae Sung Cho (Case Western Reserve Univ., USA)
Sang Su Lee (Pusan National Univ.)
Tae Seung Lee (Seoul National Univ.)

13:30-13:40
Live case 6. open/hybrid - AAA supra-aortic clamping
Operator
Jae Sung Cho (Case Western Reserve Univ., USA)
13:30-13:40
Live case 5. endo - Lymphatic
Operator
Sae Beom Hur (Seoul National Univ.)
13:40-13:50
Supra-SMA aortic cross clamping; when and how?
Jae Sung Cho (Case Western Reserve Univ., USA)
13:50-14:00
Hypogastric artery preservation; complications and proper case selection
Daniel K. Han (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai., USA)
14:00-14:10
Surgeon-modifed stent-graft is on the way; How to make it?
Tae Seung Lee (Seoul National Univ.)
14:10-14:20
Novel techniques in endografting of thoracoabdominal AAA
Patrick Kelly (Sanford USD Medical Center, USA)
14:20-14:30
How to treat complications after open AAA repair
Yang Jin Park (Sungkyunkwan Univ.)
14:30-14:50
Live recapture & Panel discussion
14:50-15:10
COFFEE BREAK
Session 4. The Great Debates 2019
15:10-16:00
Moderators:
Daniel K. Han (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai., USA)
Seung Huh (Kyungpook National Univ.)
In Mok Jung (Seoul National Univ.)

15:10-15:35
1) Yes. All patients should be treated with endo first.
Cheong Jun Lee (Northshore Univ., USA)
2) No. Surgery has the definitive role in ALI
Ki Hyuk Park (Daegu Catholic Univ.)
1. ALI: endo first in all cases
15:35-16:00
2. Optimal treatment for TAAA
1) Endovascular repair is the best treatment in most patients
Patrick Kelly (Sanford USD Medical Center, USA)
2) Many TAAAs are best treated by open repair.
Jae Sung Cho (Case Western Reserve Univ., USA)
16:00-16:20
16:00~16:20
Session 5. Year's competitions with winner awards 1) My plenary room talk 2) My confess room talk
16:20-17:30
Moderators:
Jae Sung Cho (Case Western Reserve Univ., USA)
Sang Seob Yun (Catholic Univ.)
Sang Joon Kim (Professor Emeritus, Seoul National Univ.)

16:20-17:20
1. Surgical treatment of celiac and SMA aneurysm
Yang Jin Park (Sungkyunkwan Univ.)
2, Stent Placement at the occluded IVC with a filter
Sae Beom Hur (Seoul National Univ.)
3. Trans-jugular IVC filter insertion and Mechanical thrombectomy at proximal DVT
Hyun Kyu Kim (Chamjoeun Hosp.)
4. Treatment of critical limb ischemia with multi-level steno-occlusive disease using variable endovascular techniques
Seung Jae Byun (Wonkwang Univ.)
5. Return back to the starting point after a 5-year exhausted journey of EVAR
Kwon cheol Yoo (Seoul National Univ.)
6. EVAR using Iliac-branched devices in short common iliac artery
Sang Hyun Ahn (Seoul Natonal Univ.)
16:20-17:20
17:20-17:25
Award ceremony (Rising star in VS)
Sang Joon Kim (Professor Emeritus, Seoul National Univ.)
17:25-17:30
Closing remark
Seung Kee Min (Seoul National Univ.)
17:30-00:00
Dinner (아리랑)
 
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