Scientific Program

Workshop (1)

Friday, 29th November 2019, 09:00 – 12:00
General Pediatric Cardiology

A multifaceted workshop giving insight into the field of pediatric cardiology. It is specially designed with various clinical and imaging aspects pertinent to the none-cardiologist.

Target audience

General pediatricians, family physicians, pediatric residents, emergency physicians, nurses and medical students

Format

Interactive session by pediatric cardiologists with multimedia, audio and visual materials.

 The program will follow

Workshop (2)

Friday, 29 th November 2019, 8:30-17:00
Cardiac Morphology and Imaging

A multifaceted workshop giving insight into the field of cardiac morphology. It is specially designed with various anatomical and imaging aspects pertinent to the pediatric cardiology trainees and junior cardiologist, none-cardiologist.

Target audience

Pediatric cardiologists, General pediatricians, imaging specialist, radiology technicians, nurses and medical students

Format

Interactive session by experienced pediatric cardiologists with multimedia, audio and visual materials and 3-D models.

The program will follow

Workshop (3)

Friday, 29 th November 2019, 14:00-18:00
Research, Motivation and Communication Skills

The program will follow

Workshop (4)

Friday, 29th November 2019 14:00-18:00
FETAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

A multifaceted workshop giving insight into the field of fetal cardiology. It is specially designed with various presentations highlighting the method of diagnosis for various fetal cardiac anomalies and also discussing different ways of handling and counseling families with newly diagnosed fetus with CHD.

Target audience

Pediatric cardiologists, Fetal Cardiologist, Gyno and Obstetricians, Midwives, Nurses taking care of pregnant women, Ultrasonographers and Echocardiographers.

Format

Interactive session by experienced fetal cardiologists with multimedia, audio and visual materials and 3-D models.

 The program will follow

Workshop (5)

Sunday, 1st December 2019
ECG for Pediatricians

Structure:

The workshop will consist of two parts

  1. Basics of pediatric ECG, covering ECG acquisition, rate and rhythm analysis, axis determination, intervals calculations, and normal values and tips and clues to abnormalities.
  2. Examples of abnormalities of rhythm, chamber sizes, and case scenarios of various pediatric heart disease with ECG manifestations

 

This will be interactive teaching session to equip the audience with an understanding of the basics of ECG as it applies to children

Target audience

General pediatricians, family physicians, pediatric residents, emergency physicians and medical students

Format

Interactive session by pediatric cardiologists with multimedia, audio and visual materials.

 The program will follow

INTERVENTION IN CONGENITAL & STRUCTURAL HEART DISEASE

ART ROTANA AMWAJ, BAHRAIN, NOVEMBER 29th – 1st DECEMBER, 2019

 

Saturday, 30th November 2019
NEONATAL + INFANTS INTERVENTIONS

Time Title
07:00-08:00 Registration
07:45-08:00 Opening Remarks and Course Overview
 
 

 

SESSION I

INTERVENTIONS IN NEONATAL RIGHT SIDED LESIONS

Chairpersons:  MO Galal, M Gewillig, W. Promphan, T Phi Le, I. Al-Ammouri,

 

08:00 – 10:00

 

The presentations will be in interaction with live case transmission. 

All presentations should not exceed 15 min

Preparing of critical neonates with PDA dependent pulmonary circulation for an intervention
LIVE CASE TRANSMISSION 1  (KFSH-J neonate)

Start at 9:00

Moderators:

(in cath lab)

20 minutes

Crucial materials and catheters for neonatal interventions
Pulmonary valve perforation and dilation with or without PDA stent
 

BREAKs

10:00 – 10:15

 

SESSION II

10:15 – 12:00

INTERVENTIONS IN INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN RIGHT SIDED LESIONS

Chairpersons:

 

The presentations will be in interaction with live case transmission. 

All presentations should not exceed 12 min

10:15 – 10:30 RVOT stent severe TOF vs balloon dilation risks and obstacles
10:30-10:45 Surgical challenge in cases who underwent PDA / RVOT stent (intraoperative difficulties, complications pre and post-operative correction, follow up, anticoagulation in comparison to un stented cases)
10:45 – 11:00 Intervention in MAPCA after unifocalization
11:00 – 11:10 Anti-coagulation prophylaxis during and after CHD intervention
11:10 – 11:20 Precision Medicine in Pediatric Cardiology   10 min
11:20 – 11:45 RECORDED CASES

PDA stent, RVOT stent, PA branches, perforat PA intact septum

 

11:45 – 12:00  

DISCUSSION

  12:00-14:00

LUNCH AND PRAYERS BREAK

   

(A)Workshops 4 (12:00 – 14: 00)

ECGs IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS

        

(Registration for workshop Required)

 

(B)Discussion with Experts

“Complications in the cath lab and how to resolve”

   

 

 

  14:00-16:00

SESSION III

INTERVENTIONS IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN (6 months to 5 years)

Chairpersons:

LIVE CASE TRANSMISSION 2 (MKCC, Bahrain)

Start 10:30

Moderators:

20 minutes

14:00 – 14:15 Closure of residual VSD after TOF surgery (timing, technique and challenges)
14:15 – 14:30 Pre stenting evaluation of PA branch stenoses (Imaging)

Rotational 3D angiography

14:30 – 14:50 Stent selection and implantation for peripheral pulmonary stenosis
14:50 – 15:00 Non-invasive evaluation of corrected TOF pre valve implantation (most recent guidelines)
15:00 – 15:15 Indication for RVOT valve grafting after TOF repair: Cath vs surgery
15:15 – 15:30 Obstacles with transcatheter PV implantations (tips and tricks when crossing the RVOT), of complications of stiff wire use with trans-cath PV implantation
15:30 – 15:45 Post PV implantation precautions (thrombosis prophylaxis, endocarditis risk)
15:45 – 16:00 DISCUSSION
 
16:00 – 16:15 COFFEE BREAK
 
SESSION IV (16:15 – 17:45)

INTERVENTIONS IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN (6 months to 5 years)

Chairpersons:

16:15 – 16:30 Establishment of a Healthcare System for Patients with Adult Congenital Heart Disease in Collaboration with Children’s Hospital – The Nagano Model
16:30 – 16:45 Dealing with RVOT conduit obstruction (aggressive dilation, calcification, risk of dissection and rupture)
16:45 – 17:00 Tricuspid valve-in-valve transcatheter implantation:

technique and valve prosthesis selection

17:00 – 17:15 Quality and safety improvement in the cath lab, the cornerstone of successful outcome
17:15 – 17:45 RECORDED CASES and Discussion

 

GALA DINNER

 

 

Sunday, 1st December 2019

Time Title
07:00-08:00 Registration
Left Heart Obstructive Lesions
08:00-10:00 SESSION V

INTERVENTIONS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN (5 to 18 years)

Chairpersons:

08:00-08:10 Pulmonary vein stenosis: Pathology and review of anatomy
08:10-08:20 Pulmonary vein stenosis. Diagnosis “Imaging criteria”
08:20- 8:35 Pulmonary vein stenosis: Should we bother intervening?
08:35 -08:45 Congenital mitral stenosis: Balloon dilation in children
08:40-08:55 Aortic Valve stenosis: results of balloon valvuloplasty in neonates vs older children. Aortic Valve stenosis: does the size of the balloon matter
08:55-09:25 Native Coarctation in newborns Debate:

Surgery vs Interventional

 

intervention 10 +5

surgery 10 +5

09:25-09:40 Computational Flow Dynamics (CFD) guided intervention in patients with single ventricle
 
09:40-10:00 RECORDED CASES

–        Transcatheter mitral valve-in-valve implantation in children

09:50-10:00 DISCUSSION
10:00-10:15 COFFEE BREAK
 
  SESSION VI

INTERVENTIONS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN (5 to 18 years)

Chairpersons:

10:15-10:30 Shone’s complex: long term surgical results
10:30-11:00 Shone’s complex a Debate :

Early Intervention vs early Surgery

 

Interventional 10 +5

surgey 10 + 5

11:00-11:15 Native Coarctation in older children ballooning vs stenting?
11:15-11:30 Clinical application of a novel percutaneous flow reducer
11:30-12:00 RECORDED CASES

–        Venus Valve Implantation, dealing with difficulties and complication

 

DISCUSSION

12:00-14:00 LUNCH AND PRAYERS BREAK

 

1- The Impact of visiting charity based Pediatric Cardiac Service in Low and Middle Income Countries (12:15 – 12:45)

 

 

2- The real need of pediatric cardiac services from local senior cardiologist point of views (13: – 13:30)

 

Pick up your lunch box and enjoy the talk

   
14:00-15:45  SESSION VII Congenital

INTERVENTIONS IN ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS

Chairpersons:

 

14:00-14:10 Reuse of cardiac catheters: Limitations
14:10-14:25 How to teach newcomers interventional cardiology?
14:25-14:35 Artificial Intelligence in Pediatric Cardiac intervention
14:35 – 14:50 TAVI in young adults: indications & learning curve tips
14:50-15:00 Evidence Based Medicine in Pediatric Cardiology
15:00-15:45 RECORDED CASES

 

15:45-16:00 BREAK
   
16:00-17:30 Session VIII Congenital

Ask the experts

 

16:00-16:10 Coronary artery interventions: short term and long term follow up
16:10-16:25 Difficult coarctation of the Aorta:case presentation
16:25-16:40 Sinus venosus ASD closure further outcomes
16:40-16:55 Training for interventional cardiology in the adult with CHD
16:55-17:15 Building congenital Structural heart programs (Pediatric and adult) in less privileged countries.
17:15-17:30 DISCUSSION
17:30-17:35 CLOSING REMARKS

MOG/TSM/MES and feedback