U-CARS Utah Cardiac Recovery Symposium 2020
Agenda - Friday, January 17, 2020
|7:30 - 8:00AM||Registration & Check-in|
|8:00 - 9:30AM||
Featured oral presentations of selected abstracts - view list here
Chairs: Sarah Franklin, PhD - U of U Health; Anna Catino, MD - U of U Health and Rashmee Shah, MD - U of U Health
Elizabeth Hammond, MD - Intermountain Healthcare & University of Utah School of Medicine
"The Impact of Dogmas in Medicine: The Case of Antibody-Mediated Rejection"
Introduction by A. G. Kfoury, MD - Intermountain Healthcare
|10:15 - 10:30AM||
|10:30AM - 12:00PM||
Invited Theme: Cardiorenal, End Organs, Systemic Milieu and Myocardial Recovery
Chairs: Aylin Rodan, MD/PhD - U of U Health and Kevin Shah, MD - U of U Health
Innovation in the Pathophysiology of Cardiorenal Syndrome. Jeff Testani, MD - Yale University
What Happens to the Brain-CV-Renal Axis When the Circulation is Mechanically Supported?
Should We Focus on the Gut/Microbiota and the Kidney to Recover the Heart?
|12:00 - 1:00PM||
Lunch - Poster Viewing Session
|1:00 - 2:00PM||
The Myocardial Recovery Field in the Midst of a Percutaneous Revolution in Valve Therapy.
Chairs: Fred Welt, MD - U of U Health and Brent Wilson, MD/PhD - U of U Health
Panel discussion (15 min) chairs and speakers
|2:00 - 2:15PM||
|2:15 - 3:45PM||
Myocardial and Patient Recovery from Cardiogenic Shock: Unmet Needs Record-Field – Part A
(all talks will include an interactive case presentation)
Chairs: Joseph Tonna, MD - U of U Health & Evgenij Potapov, MD, Berlin Heart Institute
Do We Need Invasive Hemodynamics/Swan-Ganz Catheter in the Management of Cardiogenic Shock?
Cardiogenic Shock Requiring MCS: Catheter-based Assist Devices? VA-ECMO? Combination?
SHOCK TEAM: Institutional Cultural Change, Efficiency, Effectiveness & Other Challenges.
|3:45 - 5:30PM||
Myocardial and Patient Recovery from Cardiogenic Shock: Unmet Needs Record-Field – Part B
Chairs: Ivan Netuka, MD, PhD - Prague, Czech Republic & Nir Uriel, MD - Columbia
Shock Severity SCAI Classification: How to “Identify, Communicate and Predict” in the Middle of the Shock Hurricane.
Identifying Clinical and Biological Turning Points to Justify Early Short-term MCS.
ECMO-CPR: Where is the Point of No Return?
Featured Presentation - Putting Parts A & B Together: How to Advance the Shock Field Through Registries, RCTs and Other Ideas.