WEDNESDAY October 18, 2017

 

7:00 – 8:00 Sunrise Session – New Pumps and Technologies

Moderators: M. Ono (Japan), R. Smith (USA) and U. Steinsheiffer (Germany)

 

Development of an Implantable Ultracompact Fully Magnetically Suspended Centrifugal Blood Pump

Frank Lin, CH Biomedical, Torrance CA USA

 

CCF TAH

Kiyotaka Fukamachi, The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio USA

 

SynCardia 50

SynCardia Systems, Tucson, Arizona USA

 

RealHeart

Ina Laura Pieper, Scandinavian Real Heart AB, Västerås, Sweden

 

CoreWave

Carl Botterbusch, CorWave, Paris, France

 

Reinheart

Uli Steinsheiffer, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany

 

TorVad (Windmill)

Jeff Gohean, Windmill Cardiovascular Systems, Austin, TX USA

 

EvaHeart

Tadashi Motomura, Evaheart Inc., Houston, TX USA

 

BerlinHeart

Robert Kroslowitz, Berlin Heart Inc., The Woodlands, TX USA

 

Procyrion

Jace Heuring, Procyrion, Houston, TX USA

 

A novel ECC System for ECLS and ECMO applications (103)

Oliver Marseille, Hemovent GmbH, Aachen, Germany

 

 

8:00 – 10:00   Scientific Session IX  Physiologic Control

Moderators: T. Masuzawa (Japan), F. Moscato (Austria), and M. Slaughter (USA)

8:00 – 8:15      Do we need them? – M. Slaughter, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY USA

8:15 – 8:25      What can we learn from the data that exists already – F. Moscato, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

8:25 – 8:35      How to design systems – H. Schima, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

8:35 – 8:45      New sensors – T. Siess, Abiomed, Abiomed, Danvers, MA USA

8:45 – 8:55      Potential of Dynamic H/Q for Next Generation Closed Loop Control–  C. Reyes, Medtronic, Miami Lakes, USA

8:55 – 9:05      New Sensors/Monitoring – F. Pagani, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI USA

9:05 – 9:15      Panel discussion:  J. Cysyk, L. Klein, F. Moscato, H. Schima, T. Siess, M. Slaughter

9:15 -10:00      Rapid Fire Abstracts

 

Development of a cannula tip with integrated volume sensor for control of continuous flow left ventricular assist devices (3)

Joshua Cysyk, Penn State College of Medicine, State College, PA

 

A multi-objective physiological control system for left ventricular assist devices (17)

Anastasios Petrou, Group Zurich, Zurich, Germany

 

Electrocardiogram-Synchronized Rotational Speed Modulation System can reduce the recirculation due to aortic insufficiency in LVAD support (19)

Kei Iizuka, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center Research Institute, Osaka, Japan

 

Going Beyond the Heart! Importance of Analyzing HVAD Logfiles for Patient Management (30)

Liviu Klein, University of California, San Francisco, CA

 

Numerical Comparison of Inflow Cannulation Site with a Pulsatile Rotary Blood Pump: Cardiorespiratory Effect during Rest and Exercise (58)

Eric Wu, ICETLAB, Queensland, Australia

 

Suction prevalence and related arrhythmia in left ventricular assist device recipients (62)

Christoph Gross, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

 

Alarm Algorithms for Early Detection of Pump Thrombosis (104)

Martin Maw, University of Vienna, Vienna Austria

 

Evaluation of Periodic VAD-Speed changes on Intraventricular Flow Dynamics Using Numerical Simulation (121)

Moigan Ghodrati, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

 

9:45    MODERATED POSTER Session 3 – Ballroom A

Moderators: R. Avery, K. Breathett, R. Smith, P. Tran  

 

10 – 10:15 Coffee Break/Exhibits

 

10:15 – 10:30  Special Lecture   Arrhythmias in Patients with LVADS: ICDs, CRTs, and All That…        Alan Cheng, Medtronic, Mounds View, MN USA

 

10:30 – 11:00  KEYNOTE 4     Adverse Events: What do they really mean?? Establishing Standards and Developing Testing Modalities (15 min)

Robert Kormos, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA USA

Moderators and Discussants (15 min):  J. Kirklin University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL USA (will also provide an Intermacs update)

  1.      Long  Integris Health, Oklahoma City, OK USA

 

11:00 – 12:15    Scientific Session X  Peripherals and Monitoring

Moderator:  S. Airhart (USA), M. Ono (Japan) and H. Schima (Austria)

11:00 – 11:15  Clinical Limitations –T. Elliott, Medstar, Washington, DC USA

11:00 – 11:15  Remote monitoring/Bluetooth – J. Sims, Medtronic, Framingham MA USA

11:15 – 11:30  Batteries and Power – E. Takeuchi, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY USA

11:30 – 11:45  Web interactive systems – D. Christensen, Innovative Program Solutions,

Pine Grove PA USA

11:45 – 12:15 Rapid Fire Abstracts

 

Wireless Power System for Fully Implanted LVAD (11)

Greg Aber, EverHeart Systems, Webster, Texas USA

 

What precipitates driveline infection? (5)

Cumara Sivathasan, National Heart Center, Singapore

 

High Efficiency Fully Implanted LVAS (10)

Greg Aber, EverHeart Systems, Webster, Texas USA

 

Advanced Machine Learning Techniques for Sound Wave Analysis Can Identify Ventricular Assist Device Thrombosis (32)

Liviu Klein, UCSF, San Francisco, CA USA

 

Daily-activity of patients after left ventricular assist device implantation and during hospital readmissions (61)

Cristoph Gross, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna Austria

 

12:15 – 1:15  Lunch Symposium 

Part 1.  Abbott Technology Update – K. Bourque, Abbott, Burlington MA USA

Part 2.  Brief Lunch Talk  MCS –  Clinical Reality – Now and the Future – O. Howard “Bud” Frazier – Baylor/Texas Heart Institute, Houston, Texas USA

Part 3.  Transplantation in the World of Enhanced MCS Use – UNOS and the Future of the Adult Heart Allocation System in the United States – J. Copeland, W. Dembitsky, A. El Banayosy, S. Hankins, Z. Khalpey, J. Long, M. Sherwood, N. Sweitzer, G. Wieselthaler

 

1:15 -3:00     Scientific Session XI  Thrombosis, Shear and Pulsatility

Moderators:  D. Bluestein (USA), T. Siess (Germany/USA) and V. Turitto (USA)

1:15 – 1:30      Shear-Mediated Platelet Activation/Anti-thrombotics – Evolving Mechanisms

  1. Slepian, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ USA

1:30 – 1:40      Can we build devices without shear – K. Bourque, Abbott, Burlington, MA USA

1:40 – 2:10      Can we invoke real pulsatility – J. Cysyk, Penn State, Hershey PA USA

2:10 – 2:25      Panel discussion:  J. Cysyk, J. Long, O. Maruyama, J. Sheriff, G. Wieselthaler

2:25 – 3:00      Rapid Fire Abstracts

 

In vitro characterization of endothelial cell-platelet pro-thrombotic interaction mechanisms associated with left ventricular assist device therapy (68)

Alice Apostoli/Annalisa Dimasi, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy

 

Effects of a Left Ventricular Assist Device on Endothelial Function: Comparison between LVAD models (18)

Aya Watanabe, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

 

Sensorless Detection of Thrombus Using Real-Time Viscosity Measurement in a Magnetically-Levitated Rotary Blood Pump (22)

Takuro Maruyama

 

CorWave LVAD Magnetic and Hydraulic Efficiency Study (56)

Pier Paolo Monticone, CorWave SA, Paris, France

 

CorWave LVAD Optical Visualzation (57)

Pier Paolo Monticone, CorWave SA, Paris France

 

2:45    MODERATED POSTER Session 4 – Ballroom A

Moderators: S. Hankins, C. Sivathasan, U. Steinseifer, P. Tran

 

3:00 – 3:15 Coffee Break/Exhibits

 

3:15- 3:45     Scientific Session XII    Myocardial Recovery, Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials

Moderators: M. Slepian (USA) and Z. Khalpey (USA)

3:15 – 3:30      Myocardial Recovery – Emma Birks, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY USA

3:30 – 3:45      Electrospinning and Microfibers – Utility for MCS systems – V. Merkle, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ USA

Rapid Fire Abstracts

Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Derived Cardiomyocyte Tissue Engineered Graft Improves Left Ventricular Function and Electro-Mechanical Coupling in Rats with Heart Failure (124)

Jordan Lancaster, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ USA

 

Ascending aortic dimension is a useful predictor for left ventricular assist device explantation (15)

Masaki Tsuji, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

 

3:45 – 4:45   Scientific Session XIII   The Total Artificial Heart

Moderators: F. Arabia (USA) and D. Timms (Austria)

3:45 – 4:00      Emerging Clinical Role of the TAH – F. Arabia, Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles CA USA

4:00 – 4:15      TAH vs Bi VAD – J. Copeland, University of Arizona (Prof. Emeritus), Tucson, AZ USA

4:15 – 4:30      New TAH Designs – D. Timms, BiVACOR, Houston, Texas USA

4:30 –  4:45      Rapid Fire Abstracts

 

Progress in the Development of a Continuous Patient Monitor for the Cleveland Clinic Continuous Flow Total Artificial Heart (46)

Barry Kuban, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH USA

 

TEG Platelet Mapping (TEG PM) Guided Management of Patients with Total Artificial Heart (TAH) (112)

Oksana Volod, Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles, CA

 

4:45 – 5:45   Scientific Session XIII  Pumps – Present and Future

Moderators:  J. Copeland (USA), R. Smith (USA) and T. Yamane (Japan)

Rapid Fire Abstracts

In vivo preclinical biocompatibility evaluation of CH-ventricular assist device with totally magnetic suspension rotor in a sheep model (16)

Haibo Chen, State Key Laboratory of Cardiovascular Disease, National Center for Cardiovascular Disease, Peking Union Medical College, Beijing, China

 

Preclinical evaluation of an extracorporeal ventricular assist device with the Hydrodynamically levitated centrifugal pump (42)

Tomonori Tsukiya, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Research Center, Osaka, Japan

 

Multi-Variable Evaluation of Hydraulic Performance in a Minimally Invasive, Partial Support LVAD (43)

Peter Smith, Texas Heart Institute, University of Houston, TX USA

 

Development of an Implantable Ultracompact Fully Magnetically Suspended Centrifugal Blood Pump (66)

Frank Lin, CH Biomedical, Zurich, Switzerland

 

First Laboratory Prototype of a Seal-less Rotary Piston Blood Pump (107)

Johannes Wappenschmidt, Aachen University, Aachen Germany

 

5:45 – 6:15  Innovation Challenge/Hackathon “Results” Presentation

 

6:15 – 6:30   Closing Remarks

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