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2020 Annual Meeting - Weekly Webinar Program Series - PAD

Eastern Vascular Society 2020 Annual Meeting - Weekly Webinar Program Series

 Export to Your Calendar 10/7/2020
When: Wednesday, October 7, 2020
6:30 pm
Where: Weekly Webinar
United States
Contact: EVS Registration Office
503-635-4761

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Agenda

Weekly Webinar Series – October 7, 2020

 

 

PAD

6:30

 

Meet and Greet – Introduction to Networking Event –
James McKinsey, MD: Meet the Executive Council and Chairs of Committees (4 rooms) Networking event sponsored by Medtronic

7:00

 

Introduction to Main Meeting
James McKinsey, MD
President, Eastern Vascular Society

 

 

Moderators: James McKinsey, MD & Chris Abularrage, MD, DFSVS, FACS

7:05

 

Revascularization Outcomes in COVID-19 Patients with Acute Limb Ischemia
Vina Chhaya, MD New York Presbyterian Queens Hospital, Flushing, NY

7:12

 

Discussant:

7:16

 

Correlation between Duplex vs Angiogram in Infrapopliteal disease

Mina Guerges, MD Staten Island University Hospital, Staten Island, NY

7:23

 

Discussant:

7:27

 

Propensity-Matched Analysis of Patients Treated with Paclitaxel-Coated Versus Uncoated Balloons

Alexander King, MS University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Cleveland, OH

7:34

 

Discussant:

7:38

 

Paclitaxel: Friend or Foe…Data Driven Decision Making (Sponsored by Boston Scientific)
Michael Jaff, DO

7:46

 

Are the Reported Advantages of Pacitaxil Therapy worth the potential risks?
Darren Schneider, MD Weill Cornell Medicine College, New York, NY

7:55

 

Role of covered self-expanding stents for the treatment of Popliteal Aneurysms and Occlusive Disease (Sponsored by W.L. Gore)

TBD

8:10

 

Stenting of popliteal lesions performs superior to drug coated balloon angioplasty

Karim Salem, MD University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

8:15

 

Patients with Failed Femoropopliteal Covered Stents are More Likely to Present with Acute Limb Ischemia than Those with Failed Femoropopliteal Bare-Metal Stents

Charles DeCarlo, MD Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

8:20

 

The Global Anatomic Staging System Does Not Predict Patency of Tibial Endovascular Interventions

Caitlin Hicks, MD, MS Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD

8:25

 

Group Discussion

 

8:40

 

Conclude & Moderator Comments