For the fourth year in succession, The Zurich LAA Management Course will take took place in November 2019 in Zurich Switzerland. The lectures will be very lively and filled with positive discussions. We hope everyone will have a good experience and also thank all participants for taking time out of their busy schedules to come to Zurich for this event. In addition special thanks goes to our industry partners without whom this event could not be organized.
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We would like to invite you to attend our 4th LAA Management Course in Zurich on November 23, 2019.
For the fourth year in succession, the Zurich LAA Management Course will be held in Zurich, Switzerland. This year we will be at a new location, the Belvoir Park Hotel School.
The lectures will focus on left atrial appendage closure and offer a platform to many interesting surrounding topics. The interdisciplinary focus of this meeting will provide specialist insight for all interested health care professionals. We hope everyone will have a good experience and also thank all participants for taking time out of their busy schedules to come to Zurich for this event. Special thanks also to our Industry Partners without whom the event would not be feasible.
We look forward to welcoming you in Zurich for a fascinating and interactive program.
Prof. Dr. med. Sacha P. Salzberg
4th LAA Management Course
November 23, 2019 in Zürich (Switzerland)
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Welcome coffee & registration
Sacha Salzberg, Organizing Committee
Data on Stand-alone AF and LAA treatments
Marc La Meir
Session Concomitant LAA closure:
The LAA is necessary for life
Concomitant LAA closure
The LAA is useless – just do it!
Coffee break (1) in Exibit
Carina Blomström Lundqvist
Evolution and Devices for Percutaneous LAAc
Epicardial possibilities & Data
The untold story of the excised LAA
Joris de Groote
Lunch Symposium (Atricure)
Chairman: Thorsten Lewalter
Who needs an Epicardial LAA closure and why
Role of LAA closure in successful TT cases?
Mark La Meir
How to get other specialists on board and why
The LAAOS III trial – sneak preview
Richard Whitlock (Skype)
How to manage Anticoagulation
After Interventional LAAc
Why do we bleed? Why do we develop TE in AF?
Live in a Box – Concomitant LAA Closure during minimally invasive mitral valve repair
Clark Hargrove III
Experience with TT Clip – Convergent and LAA?
Coffee break (2) in Exibit
FAST study and LAA implication
Wim-Jan van Boven
Transesophageal Echocardiographic assessment to determine hemodynamic impact of epicardial LAA closure
James Cox (Skype)
Develop a state of the art approach to minimally invasive surgical AF & LAA therapies.
Physicians (AF Surgeons, EP, Cardiologist, GP)
245.- CHF includes the congress fee and the daily catering.
SGK 4 CME
SGHC 4 CME
Our conference team pre-booked several rooms in the near of the congress. Please book your hotel directly with your registration to the congress.
Please contact our congress team for any questions
Course Directors, Faculty, and Presenters of the Zurich LAA Meeting 2019
Cardiovascular Surgery, Swiss Heart & Rhytm Center, Zurich, Switzerland
Electrophysiologist, Bart’s Heart Centre, West Smithfield, UK (@BartsCardiac)
Carina Blomstrom Lundqvist
Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden (@UU_University)
Northwestern University, Chicago, USA
Cardiac Surgery, Berlin, Germany
Interventional Cardiology, Klinik im Park, Zurich
Joris de Groot
Electrophysiology, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Cardiovascular Surgeon, Asklepios, Hamburg, Germany
Clark Hargrove, III
Clinical Professor of Surgery, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, USA
Mark La Meir
Cardiovascular Surgeon, University of Maastricht, Netherlands
Electrophysiology, Heart Center, Munich, Germany (@osypkaherzzentrum)
Interventional Cardiology, Klinik im Park, Zürich
Wim-Jan van Boven
Thoracic Surgery, Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Thoracic Surgery PCRI, Ontario, Canada