Vascular access


Friday January 22, morning

  Chairmen     Gilbert Franco, Jean Marzelle
  08.00     Vascular access news
  08.00     Vascular access monitoring: from being idealistic to realistic, Eric Chemla
  08.10     Central venous disease at the costo-clavicular junction, Karl Illig
  08.20     Eradication of juxta-anastomosis stenoses in radio-cephalic fistulae: the RADAR technique,
Nirvana Sadaghianloo

  08.30     Ongoing trials and new and novel technology (Drug eluting balloons, Blue grass flossing technique, laminate external stents, coll-r eluting gauze, etc.), Raphael Coscas
  08.40     Discussion
  08.55     Tricks of the trade for a safe cannulation technique
  08.55     Make it easier (transposition, elevation and lipectomy), Pierre Bourquelot
  09.05     Make it quicker and less painful (ultrasound guided cannulations, early stick grafts, VWING, venous
autotransplant), Eric Chemla
  09.15     Discussion
  09.30     Debate. Vascular access in the elderly: native or prosthetic?
  09.30     A venous access is always better, Selcuk Baktiroglu
  09.40     A prosthetic option should always be favoured, David Shemesh
  09.50     Discussion
  10.00     Break in the exhibition hall
  Chairmen     Pierre Bourquelot, Eric Chemla
  10.30     News
    Ultrasound guided angioplasty and stenting: do we still need a C-arm? Olivier Pichot
  10.40     HeRO graft: experience from a single centre in Eastern France (Alsace), Christine Jahn
  10.50     Lessons (and their practical consequences) learned from the REIN registry (french national audit) for poorly matured accesses in recently started haemodialysis patients, Raphael Coscas
  11.00     Discussion
  11.15     Debate. The native access is…
  11.15     A miracle! Carlo Basile
  11.25     A nightmare! Richard Amerling
  11.35     Discussion
  11.45     Lecture. To DRIL or DR no IL: That is the Question, Karl Illig
  12.00     Lunch in the exhibition hall & adjournment
      Simultaneous translation : Headphones will be available on request (only if a valid ID is presented) when entering the room.