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1 6 th European Echocardiography Course on Congenital Heart Disease Munich, 16 th 19 th November 2011, Auditorium of the Deutsches Herzzentrum München, Lazarettstr. 36, D München

2 Program Wednesday: 16/11/2011 Session I Chair: Helmut Baumgartner/ Jackie McGhie Opening remarks John Hess and Manfred Vogt, München Basic principles of ultrasound imaging Els Pieper, Groningen Image optimisation Jackie McGhie, Rotterdam Doppler techniques and quantification Els Pieper, Groningen Discussion Coffee/Tee break Session II Chair: Els Pieper, David Coleman Image windows and views Valvular stenosis and regurgitation: assessment of severity Helmut Baumgartner, Münster Basics of Real Time 3 D Echocardiography Jackie McGhie, Rotterdam Discussion Lunch: Session III Chair: Jackie McGhie, Manfred Vogt Segmental approach to normal and abnormal situs Echocardiography: Jan Marek, London Interatrial communications Echocardiography-paediatric: David Coleman, Dublin Imaging and intervention: Manfred Vogt, München Coffee/Tee break

3 Session IV Chair: Jan Marek, David Coleman Atrio-ventricular septal defects Echocardiography: Christoph Röhlig, München Ventricular septal defects Echocardiography: John Simpson, London Thursday 17/11/2011 Session V Chair: Folkert Meijboom, Mark Friedberg LV outflow tract obstruction Echocardiography: Victor Tomek, Prague RV outflow tract obstruction Echocardiography paediatric and pre-op: David Coleman, Dublin Echocardiography adult and post-op: Helmut Baumgartner, Münster Coffee/Tee break Session VI Chair: Helmut Baumgartner, Victor Tomek Double outlet right ventricle Echocardiography: Manfred Vogt, München Image orientation and how to prepare for the accreditation examination John Simpson, London Lunch: Session VII Chair: Luc Mertens, Andreas Kühn Complete transposition Echocardiography pre-op and arterial switch: Manfred Vogt, München Echocardiography atrial switch and Rastelli: Folkert Meijboom, Utrecht Congenitally corrected transposition Echocardiography: Mark Friedberg, Toronto

4 Coffee/Tee break Session VIII Chair: Manfred Vogt, Folkert Meijboom Coarctation and aortic arch anomalies Echocardiography: Victor Tomek, Prague Intrapericardial arterial trunk abnormalities Echocardiography: Andreas Kühn, München Friday 18/11/2011 Session IX Chair: John Simpson, David Coleman Functionally single ventricle Echocardiography: Luc Mertens Toronto How small is too small? Univentricular palliation versus biventricular correction The cardiologist s view: Jan Marek, London The surgeon s view: Christian Schreiber, München Coffee/Tee break Session X Chair: Luc Mertens, Victor Tomek Evaluation and follow-up for Norwood I postoperative period Echocardiography: John Simpson, London Functional assessment of the single ventricle Echocardiography: Evaluation of the adult with single ventricle palliation Echocardiography: Folkert Meijboom, Utrecht Lunch: Hot topics in congenital Echocardiography Session XI Chair: Els Pieper, Helmut Baumgartner, Cardiomyopathies: hypertrophic, dilated and restrictive Echocardiography: Mark Friedberg, Toronto

5 Endocarditis: What s the role of echo in congenital heart disease at any ages? Echocardiography: Andreas Kühn, München Tumour or thrombus? What paediatricians should know Echocardiography: Christoph Röhlig, München Coffee/Tee break Session XII Hands-on and Accreditation Examination and the Quiz Hands-on session I: TEE Simulator (2 groups) Hands-on session II: 3d reconstruction (4 groups) Accreditation examination and the Quiz for Echo-Oskar award John Simpson, London TEE-simulator Andreas Kühn and Christoph Röhlig, München d reconstruction on workstation Folkert Meijboom, Utrecht, Jan Marek, London, Jackie McGhie, Rotterdam, Els Pieper, Groningen Onwards: Social event and announcement of the best score of the test examination: EchoOskar award 2011 Saturday 19/11/2011 Mini symposium on ventricular systolic function assessment: Integration of different components Session XIII Chair: Jan Marek, Mark Friedberg Definition of ventricular performance: an integrated approach Effect of geometry on cardiac function assessment of remodelling Piet Claus, Leuven Effect of loading on myocardial function: Is it possible to measure contractility? Bart Bijnens, Barcelona Effect of electrical and mechanical dyssynchrony on ventricular performance Mark Friedberg, Toronto

6 Discussion Lunch: Session XIV From theory to daily live application: how to apply these concepts using new echo techniques Chair: Luc Mertens, Bart Bijnens How to assess RV and LV volumes in CHD Folkert Meijboom, Utrecht How to assess LV myocardial function in CHD How to assess RV myocardial function in CHD Mark Friedberg, Toronto How to assess electro-mechanical dyssynchrony in CHD Jan Marek, London Coffee/Tee break Session XV Ventricular diastolic assessment in congenital heart disease Chair: Piet Claus, Bart Bijnens Definition of diastolic function: an integrated approach How to assess diastolic function in CHD at any ages Mark Friedberg, Toronto Closing remarks and outlook to 2012 Folkert Meijboom, Utrecht,, Jan Marek, London

7 6 th European Echocardiography Course on Congenital Heart Disease Faculty list: Helmut Baumgartner Bart Bijnens Piet Claus Andrew Cook David Coleman Mark Friedberg Andreas Kühn Jan Marek Jackie McGhie Folkert Meijboom Luc Mertens Els Pieper Christoph Röhlig Christian Schreiber John Simpson Victor Tomek Manfred Vogt Münster/Germany Barcelona/Spain Leuven, Belgium London/England Dublin/Ireland Toronto/Canada London/England Rotterdam/ The Netherlands Utrecht/ The Netherlands Toronto/Canada Groningen/The Netherlands London/England Prague/Czech Republic

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