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preliminary programme

Singapore 2012
12th-14th January

Editorial
We are now going into the 3rd year of the AsiaPCR/SingLIVE Course. This meeting has seen strong growth from the strategic East-West partnership. In 2011, packed with 72 sessions and a stellar line-up of 217 faculty members, we are extremely proud that 90% of our delegates were satisfied with the meeting. AsiaPCR-SingLIVE aims to showcase the latest in medical advances and technology, in addition to teaching the daily PCI practice techniques and management of complications from Eastern and Western perspectives. In 2011, we hosted 1711 participants from 57 countries. Asia remains our largest contributor, but we have seen strong growth from Middle East and European participants. Close to 350 exhibitors participated in AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2011. A total of 87 abstracts and 100 clinical cases were received in 2011, doubling that of 2010. A new complications session drew 41 submissions, with India as the largest contributor. Such active participation demonstrates the quality of the course. For the upcoming 2012 meeting, the live case format from centres around the world will continue to be featured prominently. We will build on favourite topics like left main and bifurcation interventions, CTO and acute coronary syndromes. There will be place for specialised topics like TAVI, mitral valve interventions and other structural heart disease topics with their related interventional imaging themes. Do join us for AsiaPCR-SingLIVE 2012 from 12-14 January 2012 in Singapore, for yet another exciting and enriching educational experience!

Course Directors
Tian Hai Koh - Singapore Eric Eeckhout - Switzerland

Course Co-Directors
Terrance Chua - Singapore Jean Fajadet - France Junbo Ge China Soo Teik Lim Singapore Marie-Claude Morice France Christoph Naber Germany Shigeru Saito Japan Patrick W. Serruys Netherlands Bien Soo Tan Singapore

Programme Committee Members


Takashi Akasaka - Japan Jun-Jack Cheng- Taiwan Do Quang Huan Vietnam Myeong-Ki Hong South Korea Rosli Mohd Ali - Malaysia Sunarya Soerianata Indonesia

Chairman of PCR
Jean Marco - France

Tian Hai Koh Eric Eeckhout

Scientific programme

Thursday 12th January


Main arena 08:35-12:10 PCI in patients with complex left main disease, in 2012 and beyond Objectives: To have a better understanding of the latest data To understand the specific indications for left main PCI in the Asia-Pacific region To learn the different left main stenting strategies Welcome and live demonstration from the National Heart Centre Singapore Opening ceremony Mini-debate on complex left main How should I treat? Live demonstration The most educational case on complex left main Wrap-up Sponsored lunch symposium Late breaking trials Complex PCI in patients with difficult subsets in 2012 and beyond Objective: To understand the best management revascularisation strategy for patients with: - depressed LV function - impaired renal function - calcified/diffused lesions Live demonstration from the National Heart Centre Singapore Mini-debate on complex PCI in patients with difficult subsets How should I treat? Live demonstration The most educational complication cases on complex PCI in patients with difficult subsets Wrap-up Sponsored dinner symposium

Room 3 10:15-12:05 What's new in transradial interventions Objectives: To learn the current approach of TRI To appreciate the new developments in TRI Aortic balloon valvuloplasty: a bridge to TAVI Objectives: To understand when to perform BAV and lessons learned To learn technical aspects of the procedure LTT on transcatheter aortic valve implantation Objectives: To understand the current indications of TAVI and outcomes To learn technical aspects and issues of TAVI Update on vascular closure devices Objectives: To learn the various techniques of vascular access closure To learn how to avoid complications during vascular closure

14:00-14:55

15:10-16:40

08:35-09:25 09:25-10:00 10:00-10:20 10:20-11:05 11:05-11:50 11:50-12:05 12:05-12:10 12:15-13:30 13:45-14:30 14:30-17:55

16:55-17:55

Room 209 10:15-12:15 14:00-18:00 Case forum Nurses, technologists and radiographers forum Objectives: To learn the technical aspects of the device preparations To anticipate technical issues during PCI How to manage complications

14:30-15:15 15:15-15:35 15:35-16:15 16:20-17:05 17:05-17:50 17:50-17:55 18:00-20:00 Room 2 10:15-11:05

Friday 13th January


Main arena 08:30-12:00 PCI in patients with high-risk acute coronary syndrome, in 2012 and beyond Objective To understand: - the current strategic approaches to high-risk ACS - how to integrate the new antiplatelet & antithrombotic agents in decision making in the Asia-Pacific region - the technical strategy for STEMI patients Live demonstration Mini-debate on high-risk acute coronary syndrome How should I treat? Live demonstration The most educational cases on high-risk acute coronary syndrome Wrap-up Chien Foundation Lectureship Sponsored lunch symposium with live demonstration from the National Heart Center Singapore PCI in patients with complex bifurcation lesion in 2012 and beyond Objectives: To understand how to implement the latest data in a decision making for patients with complex bifurcation lesion To understand the latest techniques and technologies in the field To review the dedicated devices in the pipeline Live demonstration Mini-debate on complex bifurcation lesion How should I treat? Live demonstration from the National Heart Centre Singapore The most educational cases on complex bifurcation Live demonstration Wrap-up

08:30-09:20 09:20-09:40 Technical aspects of ASD/PFO closure Objectives: To learn the different types of closure devices To learn about the different approaches of ASD closure To understand the current limitations and issues Abstract session Sponsored lunch symposium Renal denervation for resistant hypertension treatment Objectives: To understand the rationale for renal denervation in hypertension To have a critical overview of current data To learn on technical aspects PCI tips and tricks Objectives: To learn tips and tricks from experts on how to avoid or resolve issues To learn how to improve manipulation of tools 14:05-14:50 16:30-18:00 18:00-20:00 Abstract session Sponsored dinner symposium 14:50-15:10 15:10-15:50 15:55-16:40 16:40-17:10 17:10-17:55 17:55-18:00
Valid as of 15th August 2011. Subject to modification.

09:40-10:20 10:25-11:10 11:10-11:40 11:40-11:45 12:00-12:10 12:15-14:00

11:10-12:10 12:15-13:30 14:00-14:50

14:05-18:00

14:55-16:25

Room 2

Scientific programme

Saturday 14th January


Sponsored breakfast symposium Case forum Abstract session Sponsored lunch symposium Left atrial appendage closure in patients with atrial fibrillation Objectives: To learn the current indications of LAA closure To learn about the current techniques and devices Percutaneous paravalvular leak closure: a challenge for the Asia-Pacific interventionalist Objectives: To understand the current indications To understand the specific imaging needs To learn the various approaches and techniques Case forum Main arena 08:30-12:50 Non-coronary transcatheter interventions in 2012 Objectives: To learn about patient selection, techniques and remaining issues for TAVI To learn about indications, techniques and remaining issues for ASD closure To understand the techniques and the potential of renal denervation for the treatment of resistant hypertension Live demonstration from the National Heart Centre Singapore Mini-debate on TAVI How should I treat? Live demonstration from the National Heart Centre Singapore How should I treat? on atrial fibrillation at high-risk of thromboembolism Live demonstration from the National Heart Centre Singapore My vision of the future of non-coronary transcatheter interventions My most educational case Presentation of 2012 awards and closing ceremony

07:45-08:30 09:00-10:30 10:35-12:05 12:15-13:30 14:00-14:55

08:30-09:20 09:20-09:40 09:40-10:20 10:20-11:05 11:10-11:50 11:50-12:35

15:00-15:55

16:00-18:00 Room 3 07:45-08:30 08:50-10:20

Sponsored breakfast symposium LTT on transseptal puncture techniques Objective: To learn the various technical aspects of transseptal puncture techniques Transcatheter mitral interventions Sponsored lunch symposium Update on invasive coronary imaging and functional lesion assessment (IVUS/OCT/FFR) Objectives: To appreciate the role of invasive imaging and physiology in PCI To learn image interpretation in complex scenarios To understand the current limitations of these technologies

12:35-12:50

12:55-14:25 14:25-14:55 Room 2 09:00-12:00

10:35-12:05 12:15-13:30 14:00-18:00

CTO with live demonstration Objectives: To learn and discuss pro and contra of the various techniques for complex CTO To explain the selection criteria and use of dedicated wires and other specific devices Case-based session

12:00-13:30

Room 209 09:00-09:55 Meet the experts - Stent complications Objectives: To provide practical answers to situations encountered during daily practice To improve stenting skill set Meet the experts - High-risk acute coronary syndrome Objective: To learn practical issues in ACS scenarios Meet the experts - My most educational case Objective: To provide practical answers to situations encountered during daily practice Case forum Abstract session

10:00-10:55

11:00-11:55

13:55-15:55 16:00-18:00 Room 208 09:00-10:20 10:30-12:05

Imaging programme
Viability imaging: lessons from STICH Dilemmas in decision-making: deciding on revascularisation Multimodality imaging for valvular interventions Imaging in cardiomyopathies

13:35-15:05 15:30-17:00

Valid as of 15th August 2011. Subject to modification.

Session formats

Call for complications & clinical cases


An exceptional platform of expression for physicians who have the opportunity to submit the most educational and interesting cases with teaching values or complications in the coronary, non coronary or peripheral field. Selected submitters will be requested to present in Main arena or in Forum. All the cases will be available for presentation at the Interactive Case Corner.

How should I treat?


Based on a concept from EuroIntervention Journal, a challenging case is presented to two experts who share their opinions on treatment and patient management.

LTT
An innovative and interactive concept combining the pedagogic skills of experienced practitioners and input from younger practitioners. These sessions are based on a step-by-step decision making process.

Call for abstracts


Benefit from the opportunity to share your research during AsiaPCR/SingLIVE 2012. Selected submitters will be requested to present their work during abstracts session. They will also compete for the three best abstracts that will be awarded during the Closing Ceremony. Prizes are proudly sponsored by the Chien Foundation. Selected abstracts will be published in the EuroIntervention Abstracts Book distributed at EuroPCR in May 2012.

"Call for" based sessions


Join one of the sessions based on submissions: - Abstracts - Clinical cases & complications To discover educational cases encountered by your peers or discover the broad range of subjects addressed by the presentations.

Meet the experts


Interactive sessions with experts who will discuss complex cases of high educational value. They will provide practical approaches and solutions to problems and unusual situations encountered during PCI.

Submission deadline: 5th September 2011 Online submission only: www.asiapcr.com

Symposium
Symposia aim to develop themes and present a clear synthesis of studies and trials. These industry supported sessions will allow you to integrate practical solutions to patient problems through knowledge and judgement.

General Information
Course dates
Thursday 12th January, 2012. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08:35-20:00 Friday 13th January, 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08:30-18:00 Saturday 14th January, 2012. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08:30-14:55

Course venue
Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre 1 Raffles Boulevard Suntec City Singapore 039593

Official language
The official language of the Course is English.

Housing
Visit our website for more information and hotel booking.

Invitation letter
Upon request, we shall provide a letter of invitation to facilitate travel and visa arrangements. Contact: asiapcr@europa-organisation.com

Contacts
Scientific programme Sabrina CONESA sconesa@europa-organisation.com Seow Fong OH oh.seow.fong@nhcs.com.sg Exhibition & Services Christine PEREIRA cpereira@europa-organisation.com Housing Mlissa NAVE mnave@europa-organisation.com

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