CSI Focus Workshop

ASD closure

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2022

Percutaneous ASD closure is performed in most congenital heart disease centers with a high rate of procedural safety and success. However, difficult cases are still a challenge for all interventionists and require in-depth knowledge of morphologies, techniques, devices and long-term outcomes.

This workshop will focus on special considerations for challenging cases in ASD closure. We will discuss ASD closure in special groups of patients such as the elderly, patients with pulmonary hypertension and small babies; and special morphology of ASD such as deficient rim, large defect, septal malalignment, multiple defects, residual shunt, coronary sinus ASD, etc.

 

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM - ASD CLOSURE FOCUS WORKSHOP

DEVELOPED BY: TIN DO NGUYEN & SEBASTIEN HASCOET

 

Special considerations for special patients
Live case transmission CardioVascular Center Frankfurt CVC, Frankfurt, Germany
Special considerations in ASD closure in small babies
Special considerations in ASD closure in elderly patients
ASD closure for small hole: How small is too small?

ASD closure for a big hole: How big is too big?

Assessment and technical considerations in ASDs with pulmonary artery hypertension

Debate: ESC Guidelines for ASD closure in pulmonary artery hypertension are rubbish!!

  • Yes
  • No
Special considerations in ASD closure for residual shunt
New horizons
Live case transmission from Institute of Cardio Vascular Diseases, the Madras Medical Mission, Chennai, India

When does echo/fluoro fusion and/or 3D TEE help?

How to do an ASD closure without fluoroscopy

Closure of coronary sinus ASDs

Closure of rim deficiency ASDs

Closure in septal malalignment ASDs
Closure of multiple holes
With multiple device choices, how to choose?

ASD closure with biodegradable devices 

  • Lepu
  • Mallow Medical

 

BROWSE THE FULL CSI 2022 PROGRAM

This workshop is part of CSI Frankfurt 2022, the leading conference on catheter interventions in congenital, structural and valvar heart disease and heart failure, which will take place June 22-25, 2022 in Frankfurt, Germany. Drop in for the day, or join us for the full 4-day program providing a comprehensive overview of the field presented by experts and key opinion leaders from all over the world.