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International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy February 3–7, 2018 Hollywood, Florida USA IN

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OF UNEQUALED ENDOVASCULAR EDUCATION

International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy

Designed for those who play a role in peripheral, cardiovascular, and neurovascular care delivery:  Interventional Radiologists  Interventional Cardiologists

International Symposium on30 Endovascular Therapy For years, ISET has served as the premier arena for pioneering and practical

International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy

 Vascular Surgeons and Vascular Medicine Specialists  Cardiothoracic Surgeons  Neurosurgeons  Neuroradiologists

endovascular education. Alumni have gone

 Nurse Practitioners

on to transform the fields of interventional

 Physicians Assistants

radiology, interventional cardiology,

 Registered Nurses

vascular surgery, and more. There simply

 A  llied Peripheral, Cardiac, and Neurovascular Health Professionals, including vascular clinic staff, vascular and ultrasound technologists, endovascular operating room staff, catheterization laboratory, and angiography suite staff

is no comparison. ISET is where legends— current and future—come together to explore groundbreaking techniques, technologies, and procedures while exchanging discussion and debate that ultimately drive patient care forward. Come to ISET for unequaled endovascular education.

MASTER YOUR FIELD AND YOUR FUTURE HERE.

 Medical Technologists  R  esearch Scientists, Medical Device and Industry Professionals  Fellows, Residents, and Medical Students

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PARTNERSHIP

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The Official News Source for the International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy

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Highlights The bold scientific program will cover the complete landscape of endovascular therapy challenges, ranging from the basic to the complex, and focus on the very latest developments in:

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Signature Live Cases

400+ Presentations

 Critical Limb Ischemia  Advanced Venous Intervention  Peripheral Artery Disease A  rterial Access and Closure Techniques  DVT and PE Interventions

EXPANDED SESSION

NURSES AND UNRIVALED LIVE CASES

TECHNOLOGISTS PROGRAM

From the group that pioneered live cases for medical education in the United States, this year’s program will again showcase the practical application of cutting-edge techniques and feature guidance from leading experts in endovascular therapy. Broadcast in real-time from Leipzig, Germany, and Miami, Florida, ISET live cases— paired with insight from faculty and exchange from peers—provide an elevated perspective you won’t find anywhere else in the world.

ISET offers course programming that fits the needs of cardiovascular and vascular nurses, techs, and those working in cath labs, angio suites, or endovascular operating rooms. Explore a variety of sessions to help you increase your knowledge and enhance your professional performance, all while networking with others in your field. In addition, earn AART A+ CE credits for this focused symposium.

EXCLUSIVE SOCIAL EVENTS

THE EXHIBIT HALL

Ultimate Tailgate and Super Bowl Party

Engage with the world’s leading companies showcasing the latest devices, tools, and services in support of cutting-edge peripheral, cardiovascular, and endovascular techniques.

See page 12 for details.

EXPANDED SESSION

 Aortic Dissection Techniques  Hands-On Stroke Management

EXPANDED HANDS-ON SESSION

 Non-Invasive Diagnosis Intervention

130 Faculty

32.5

CME/CNE Credits

E  mbolization: Old and New Applications

EXPANDED SESSION

 Aortic and Peripheral Aneurysms  Dialysis Access Intervention

NEW DEEP DIVE SESSION

W  ound Care for the Interventionalist

NEW DEEP DIVE SESSION

Clear the general session and put on your game face. We are proud to present the big game on our ultra highdefinition cinematic widescreen, making for one of the best viewing opportunities in the nation. As an attendee, you will be able to enjoy complimentary drinks and exceptional game fare at this can’t-miss event.

Welcome Reception This can’t-miss event features outstanding food, drinks, and music.

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SAMs Credits*

* Pending submission to the American Board of Radiology (ABR) for qualification in meeting the criteria for self-assessment toward the purpose of fulfilling the requirements in the ABR Maintenance of Certification Program.

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RESIDENT/FELLOWS PROGRAM Residents/Fellows participate in dedicated educational sessions, including roundtable question and answer discussions with expert faculty, and receive an insider’s tour of the Exhibit Hall. The Poster Session & Awards Reception showcases the next generation of endovascular leaders as well as exciting new research. Scholarships available. See page 20 for details.

JOIN US FOR THE IO MEETING OF THE YEAR. CIO Program Renowned for its originality, practicality, and focus on patient care, CIO is a concentrated two-day program highlighting the most viable and sought-after treatments in interventional oncology. See page 21 for details.

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THE FACULTY Expanded for 2018 Interventional Radiology Barry T. Katzen, MD, FACC, FACR, FSIR Course Director

James F. Benenati, MD, FSIR Course Director

Interventional Radiology Founder and Chief Medical Executive Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Medical Director, Noninvasive Vascular Laboratory Fellowship Program Director Interventional Radiology Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Constantino S. Peña, MD, FSIR

Alex Powell, MD, FSIR

Course Director

Course Director

Medical Director of Vascular Imaging Interventional Radiology Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Medical Director Interventional Radiology Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Shaun Samuels, MD, FSIR

Ripal T. Gandhi, MD, FSVM

Course Director

Course Director

Interventional Radiology Miami, Florida

Interventional Radiology Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Adam Geronemus, MD

Jane Kiah, RN, MS, NEA-BC

Course Director

Interventional Radiology Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute South Miami Heart Center Miami, Florida

Course Director

Invasive Services Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Kenia Lynn, PA Course Director

Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Interventional Cardiology

Vascular Surgery

Ramon Quesada, MD, FACP, FACC, FSCAI, FCCP

Frank R. Arko, III, MD

Course Director

Medical Director of Structural Heart Complex Coronary Intervention Cardiac Research Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

William Gray, MD Guest Course Director

Abilio A. Coello MD, FACS, RPVI Guest Course Director

System Chief of the Division of Cardiovascular Disease; Main Line Health President, Lankenau Heart Institute Wynnewood, Pennsylvania

Medical Director for Vascular Surgery Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

D. Chris Metzger, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Richard F. Neville, MD, FACS

Guest Course Director

Wellmont CVA Heart Institute Director of Cardiac and Peripheral Vascular Cath Lab Medical Director, Clinical Research Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center Kingsport, Tennessee

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Guest Course Director

Chief, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Co-Director, Aortic Institute Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute Carolinas Healthcare System Charlotte, North Carolina

Guest Course Director

Associate Director Inova Heart and Vascular Institute Vice Chairman, Surgical Subspecialties Inova Vascular Falls Church, Virginia

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ISET FACULTY Kevin Abrams, MD Neuroradiology Baptist Hospital of Miami Miami Beach, Florida

Jose Almeida, MD

Vascular Surgery Baptist Hospital of Miami Miami, Florida

John Fritz Angle, MD

Interventional Radiology University of Virginia Health System Charlottesville, Virginia

Gary Ansel, MD, FACC, FSCAI Interventional Cardiology Riverside Methodist Hospital Columbus, Ohio

Bulent Arslan, MD, FSIR

ISET FACULTY Timothy Clark, MD

Interventional Radiology University of Pennsylvania–Penn Presbyterian Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Anthony Comerota, MD, FACS, FACC  Vascular Surgery University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan

Frank J. Criado, MD, FACS, FSVM

Vascular Surgeon and Endovascular Specialist MedStar Union Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Maryland

Christopher Cunningham, MD

Interventional Radiology Rush University Medical Center Chicago, Illinois

Vascular Surgery Mcleod Heart and Vascular Institute Mcleod Health System Florence, South Carolina

Dennis Bandyk, MD

Jacob Cynamon, MD

Vascular Surgery Jacobs Medical Center La Jolla, California

John R. Bartholomew, MD, MSVM, FACC Vascular Medicine Cleveland Clinic Cleveland, Ohio

Frederic Baumann, MD Angiology University Hospital of Zurich Zurich, Switzerland

Robert M. Bersin, MD, MPH Interventional Cardiology Swedish Medical Center Seattle, Washington

Shivank Bhatia, MD Interventional Radiology Jackson Memorial Hospital Miami, Florida

Dittmar Böckler, MD, PhD Vascular and Endovascular Surgery University Hospital Heidelberg Heidelberg, Germany

Jackie Brown

Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Jessica Celerio

Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Interventional Radiology Montefiore Medical Center Bronx, New York

Guilherme Dabus, MD, FAHA

NeuroInterventional Surgery Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Michael Dake, MD

Interventional Radiology Stanford Hospital and Clinics Stanford, California

Felipe de los Rios, MD Vascular Neurology Baptist Hospital of Miami Miami, Florida

Steven Dean, DO, FACP, RPVI

Vascular Medicine Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Columbus, Ohio

Ian DelConde, MD, FACC Vascular Medicine Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

James W. Dennis, MD, FACS

Vascular Surgery University of Florida College of Medicine–Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida

Nicolas Diehm, MD Donghoon Choi, MD, PhD

Interventional Cardiology Severance Cardiovascular Hospital Yonsei University College of Medicine Seoul, Korea

Daniel Clair, MD

Vascular Surgery Palmetto Health–University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia, South Carolina

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Interventional Angiology Swiss Cardiovascular Center Bern, Switzerland 

Vickie Driver, DPM, MS, FACFAS

Podiatric Surgery, Limb Preservation, and Tissue Repair Brown University School of Medicine Providence, Rhode Island

Mark K. Eskandari, MD, FACS Vascular Surgery Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois

John Kaufman, MD, MS

Interventional Radiology Dotter Interventional Institute/OHSU Portland, Oregon

Alan Matsumoto, MD, FACR, FSIR, FAHA

Interventional Radiology University of Virginia Health System Charlottesville, Virginia

Brian E. Keeley Fabrizio Fanelli, MD, EBIR, FCIRSE Interventional Radiology Sapienza University of Rome Rome, Italy

Alik Farber, MD

Vascular Surgery Boston Medical Center Boston, Massachusetts

Lee Fox, MD

Interventional Radiology Jupiter Medical Center Jupiter, Florida

Gary Gibbons, MD, FACS Vascular Surgery South Shore Hospital Center for Wound Healing Boston, Massachusetts

Jafar Golzarian, MD

Interventional Radiology University of Minnesota Medical Center Minneapolis, Minnesota

Juan F. Granada, MD

Interventional Cardiology Columbia University Medical Center Orangeburg, New York

Eberhard Grube, MD Interventional Cardiology University Hospital Bonn Siegburg, Germany

Marcelo Guimaraes, MD, FSIR

Interventional Radiology Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina

President and CEO Baptist Health South Florida Coral Gables, Florida

Aurea Mazuelos, RT

Maureen Kohi, MD

Derek Mittleider, MD, RPVI

Interventional Radiology University of California San Francisco, California

Raghu Kolluri, MD, MS, RVT, FSVM Vascular Medicine OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital Columbus, Ohio

William Kuo, MD, FSIR, FCCP, FSVM, FCIRSE

Interventional Radiology Stanford University Medical Center Stanford, California

Jessica Kolostov, BSN Neuroscience Baptist Health South Florida Miami, Florida

Brajesh Lal, MD

Vascular Surgery University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland

Martin Leon, MD

Interventional Cardiology Columbia University Medical Center New York, New York

Italo Linfante, MD, FAHA

Interventional Neuroradiology and Endovascular Neurosurgery Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Armando Lobato, MD, PhD Jason R. Hanft, DPM, FACFAS Podiatric Surgery Baptist Hospital of Miami Miami, Florida

Muhammad Hasan, MBBCh, RPVI, RVT

Vascular Medicine Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Ziv Haskal, MD

Interventional Radiology University of Virginia School of Medicine Charlottesville, Virginia

Karl A. Illig, MD

Vascular Surgery USF Morsani College of Medicine Tampa, Florida

Michael R. Jaff, DO Vascular Medicine Newton-Wellesley Hospital Boston, Massachusetts

Vascular Surgery São Paulo Vascular & Endovascular Surgery Institute São Paulo, Brazil

W. David Long, MD

Interventional Radiology Baptist Cardiac and Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Robert Lookstein, MD, MHCDL, FSIR, FAHA, FSVM Interventional Radiology Mount Sinai Health System New York, New York

Bernardo Lopez-Sanabria, MD Interventional Cardiology Cardiovascular Center of South Florida Miami, Florida

Lindsay Machan, MD, FSIR Interventional Radiology Vancouver Hospital Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Interventional Radiology Spectrum Healthcare Partners Portland, Maine

Niberto Moreno, MD

Cardiothoracic Surgery Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

John Moriarty, MD

Interventional Radiology University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles, California

Jihad A. Mustapha, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Interventional Cardiology Metro Health–University of Michigan Health Wyoming, Michigan

Laurence Needleman, MD

Interventional Radiology Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Janice Newsome, MD Interventional Radiology Emory Healthcare Atlanta, Georgia

Raul G. Nogueira, MD Interventional Neurology Emory University Atlanta, Georgia

Jeffrey W. Olin, DO, FACC, FAHA Vascular Medicine Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai New York, New York

Parag Patel, MD, MS

Interventional Radiology Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Hiranya Rajasinghe, MD, FVS Vascular Surgery Naples Community Healthcare System Naples, Florida

Interventional Radiology Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai New York, New York

John Pellerito, MD, FACR, FAIUM, FSRU Cardiovascular Imaging Northwell Health System Manhasset, New York

Goetz Richter, MD, PhD Interventional Radiology Clinic for Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology Stuttgart, Germany

Neuroscience Baptist Hospital of South Florida Miami, Florida

Vascular Surgery Duke University Medical Center Durham, North Carolina

Ido Weinberg, MD

Anne Roberts, MD

Interventional Radiology University of California, San Diego La Jolla, California

Interventional Radiology New York University Langone School of Medicine New York, New York

E. Brooke Spencer, MD, FSIR

Paul J. Rochon, MD Interventional Radiology University of Colorado Aurora, Colorado

Interventional Radiology RIA Endovascular Greenwood Village, Colorado

Thom Rooke, MD, FACC, FSVM Vascular Medicine Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota

Kenneth Rosenfield, MD, MHCDS, FACC, FAHA, MSCAI

Cardiology and Vascular Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, Massachusetts

Keith Sterling, MD

Interventional Radiology University of Rome Rome, Italy

Marcus St. John, MD, FSCAI

Interventional Cardiology Cardiovascular Associates of the Southeast Birmingham, Alabama

Ignacio Rua, MD, FACS Vascular Surgery Miami Vascular Specialists Miami, Florida

Interventional Angiology Angiology Universitaets-Herzzentrum Freiburg Bad Krozingen, Germany

Interventional Cardiology Cardiovascular Center of South Florida Miami, Florida

Vascular Surgery Symmetry Laser Vein Center Stuart, Florida

Interventional Radiology Holy Name Medical Center Teaneck, New Jersey

Brian Schiro, MD

Interventional Radiology Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Vascular Surgery Weill Cornell Medicine New York Presbyterian Hospital New York, New York

Claudio Schönholz, MD

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Bruce Zwiebel, MD

Interventional Radiology Zhongda Hospital, Southeast University Nanjing, China

Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Adjunct Faculty

Scott Trerotola, MD

Aseem Bhandari, MD

Julio Baquero, MD

Interventional Radiology Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles Medical Center Los Angeles, California

Marco Bologna, MD Lisardo Garcia-Covarrubias, MD Harold Girardo, MSN, RN Howard Katzman, MD Charles McGraw, MD Carol Melvin, COO Frank Sanchez, MD Michele Taubman, MD

Suresh Vedantham, MD

Athanassios Tsoukas, MD

Frank J. Veith, MD

2017–2018 Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Fellows

Interventional Radiology Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, Missouri

Vascular Surgery New York University and The Cleveland Clinic New York, New York, and Cleveland, Ohio

Interventional Radiology Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina

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Vascular Surgery University of Washington Medical Center Seattle, Washington

Gao-Jun Teng, MD, PhD

George Vatakencherry, MD

Interventional Radiology Reading Hospital and Medical Center West Reading, Pennsylvania

R. Eugene Zierler, MD, RPVI

Interventional Radiology Tampa General Hospital Tampa, Florida

Interventional Radiology University of Pennsylvania Medical Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John Rundback, MD, FAHA, FSVM, FSIR

Interventional Radiology Vascular & Interventional Physicians  Gainesville, Florida

Thomas Zeller, MD

S. Scott Tapper, MD, FVS Gary S. Roubin, MD, PhD

Bret N. Wiechmann, MD, FSIR, FAHA

Wound Center and Burn Center at South Miami Hospital Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute Miami, Florida

Interventional Radiology Inova Alexandria Hospital Alexandria, Virginia

Interventional Cardiology Columbia University Medical Center New York, New York

Plinio Rossi, MD

Vascular Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts, Boston

Mary Kathleen Wood, MSN, RN

Gregg Stone, MD, FSCAI

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Interventional Cardiology MedStar Heart & Vascular Institute Washington, DC

Vascular Surgery Miami Vascular Specialists Miami, Florida

Cynthia Shortell, MD

Akhilesh Sista, MD

Darren B. Schneider, MD

Jessilyn Pozo, BSN, SCRN

Interventional Cardiology University Hospitals at Cleveland Cleveland, Ohio

Ron Waksman, MD, FSCAI

Libby Watch, MD

David Sacks, MD

Rahul Patel, MD

Mehdi H. Shishehbor, DO, PhD, MPH

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Edgar St. Amour, MD Raisa Durrani, MD Christopher Harnain, MD Xhorlina Marko, MD Alexander Misono, MD

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Schedule at a Glance

Pre-ISET Weekend

ISET Main Conference

Saturday, February 3

Sunday, February 4

Monday, February 5

11:40 AM–12:25 PM

7:00 AM–7:50 AM

7:00 AM–7:50 AM

7:00 AM–7:50 AM

Continental Breakfast

Continental Breakfast

Continental Breakfast

12:30 PM–1:30 PM

Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

Industry-Supported CME Symposia

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

8:00 AM–5:15 PM

8:00 AM–4:00 PM

8:00 AM–9:30 AM

Complimentary lunch from the Exhibit Hall; seating is limited

Fundamentals of Endovascular Therapy Symposium

Symposium on Non-Invasive Vascular Diagnosis

ISET Town Hall: Innovation

ISET Exhibit Hall

SAM

LIVE CASE SCANNING

Developed in partnership with the Society of Vascular Medicine (SVM). Pre-registration required; seating is limited.

F U L L DAY

Nurses and Technologists Symposium: Innovations in Cardiac and Vascular Care ARRT

LIVE CASE SCANNING

Pre-registration required; seating is limited

SAM

LIVE CASE SCANNING

Pre-registration required; seating is limited

ISET Exhibit Hall

DAY T W O

10th Annual Symposium on Clinical Interventional Oncology (CIO)

Acute Stroke Management Hands-On Workshop HANDS-ON

DAY O N E

10:15 AM–1:30 PM Complimentary break refreshments and lunch for all attendees

12:30 PM–1:30 PM Industry Sessions (non-accredited) Complimentary lunch; seating is limited

5:15 PM–6:45 PM CIO Exhibit Hall Reception Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails

Complimentary lunch; seating is limited

Symposium on Access and Closure: The Keys to a Successful Endovascular Procedure

6:00 PM–10:00 PM Ultimate Tailgate and Super Bowl Party Complimentary refreshments; RSVP is required

Barry T. Katzen, MD, FACC, FACR, FSIR Interventional Radiologist ISET Course Director 10

Complimentary lunch; seating is limited

Resident/Fellows’ Lunch Session: Mea Culpa – Morbidity and Mortality (non-accredited)

Self-assessment modules fulfill the requirements for ABR and ABS maintenance of certification programs

ARRT American Registry of Radiologic Technologists A+ CE Credits available

Expert device demonstrations and attendee hands-on participation with devices

LIVE CASE SCANNING Live patient vascular exam

10th Annual Symposium on Clinical Interventional Oncology (CIO)

Cutting-edge techniques in real time—live procedure broadcasts with an expert panel discussion for additional insight

CLI and Complex PAD Dialysis Access and Management Late-Breaking Hot Topics and Peer-Reviewed Abstracts

5:45 PM–7:15 PM Poster Session & Award Reception in the Exhibit Hall Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails

6:45 PM–8:45 PM Complimentary dinner; seating is limited

LIVE CASES

2:15 PM–3:30 PM

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute

DEEP DIVE SESSIONS 1–3 Clot Management: Venous, Pulmonary, and Arterial

Wednesday, February 7 7:00 AM–7:50 AM Continental Breakfast Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

Complex Aortic and Iliac Interventions: Aneurysms and Occlusive Disease

Industry-Supported CME Symposia

Wound Care for the Interventionalist

8:00 AM–9:30 AM

5:45 PM–7:15 PM

Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

ISET General Session Charles J. Tegtmeyer Annual Lecture LIVE CASES

9:30 AM–10:45 AM

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute

Tuesday, February 6

11:10 AM–11:55 AM

7:00 AM–7:50 AM

ISET General Session

Continental Breakfast

12:00 PM–2:10 PM

Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

Industry Sessions (non-accredited) Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

Residents/Fellows Insider’s Tour of the Exhibit Hall Reserved for Residents/Fellows only

LIVE CASES

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails for all attendees

HANDS-ON

2:15 PM–3:30 PM

ISET General Session

ISET Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Reception

SAM

LIVE CASES

1:35 PM–2:15 PM

3:55 PM–5:45 PM

1:35 PM–4:00 PM Pre-registration required; seating is limited

The legendary live cases are a hallmark of ISET. The fundamental value proven years ago still remains today: Live case education, when properly done, provides the most effective way of teaching skilled physicians to build on their own foundation with new technologies and approaches that improve patient care.

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

Complimentary lunch for all attendees

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

ISET General Session

DEEP DIVE SESSIONS 4–6

ISET Exhibit Hall

12:30 PM–1:30 PM

1:35 PM–2:15 PM

3:55 PM–5:45 PM

H A L F DAY

Complimentary break refreshments and lunch for all attendees

Residents/Fellows’ Lunch Session: Career Roundtable Discussion (non-accredited)

ISET General Session

Complimentary lunch from the Exhibit Hall; seating is limited

CIO Exhibit Hall

Complimentary lunch; seating is limited

11:40 AM–12:25 PM

Pre-registration required; seating is limited

10:15 AM–1:30 PM

CIO Exhibit Hall

Complimentary break refreshments

12:30 PM–1:30 PM

8:00 AM–12:25 PM

Registration required.

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute

10th Annual Symposium on Clinical Interventional Oncology (CIO)

F U L L DAY

See page 21.

9:30 AM–10:45 AM

10:50 AM–11:35 AM

Registration required.

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

Complimentary lunch for all attendees LIVE CASES

F U L L DAY

See page 21.

ISET General Session

8:00 AM–9:30 AM ISET General Session Career Achievement Award Presentation LIVE CASES

9:30 AM–10:45 AM

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute

10:50 AM–11:35 AM

D E E P D I V E S E S S I O N S 7– 9 Complimentary lunch for all attendees

Embolotherapy Venous Therapy Residents/Fellows’ Lunch Session: Clinical Data Hyperdrive: Clinical Trials You Must Know (non-accredited) LIVE CASES

2:15 PM–3:30 PM

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute

3:30 PM Closing Remarks and Meeting Adjourn

ISET Exhibit Hall Complimentary break refreshments

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| 2018 Program ISET Weekend Symposia ISET offers focused learning opportunities to meet the varied educational needs of endovascular practitioners. Choose from several symposia and design your pre-ISET weekend to meet the needs of your practice and patients.

8:00 AM–5:15 PM | FULL DAY Nurses and Technologists Symposium: Innovations in Cardiac and Vascular Care ARRT

LIVE CASE SCANNING

Pre-registration required; seating is limited MODERATORS: JANE KIAH, RN, MS, NEA-BC; KENIA LYNN, PA;

CONSTANTINO PEÑA, MD PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: GARY ANSEL, MD, FACC, FSCAI; D.

BULENT ARSLAN, MD, FSIR; JAMES F. BENENATI, MD; JACKIE BROWN, RN; JESSICA CELERIO, RN; ADAM GERONEMUS, MD, FSIR; WILLIAM

Saturday, February 3

Sunday, February 4

Pre-registration required; seating is limited

Continental Breakfast

MODERATORS: RAMON QUESADA, MD, FSCAI, FACC;

Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

WILLIAM GRAY, MD PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: JOHN F. ANGLE, MD; FRANK R. ARKO

Industry-Supported CME Symposia

III, MD; ROBERT BERSIN, MD, MPH; RIPAL T. GANDHI, MD, FSVM;

Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

MARCELO GUIMARAES, MD, FSIR; MAUREEN P. KOHI, MD; JIHAD A. MUSTAPHA, MD, FACC, FSCAI; RAHUL S. PATEL, MD; RON WAKSMAN,

8:00 AM–4:00 PM | FULL DAY

MBBCH, RPVI, RVT; MICHAEL JAFF, DO; BARRY KATZEN, MD, FSIR;

Symposium on Non-Invasive Vascular Diagnosis

MAZUELOS, RT; CONSTANTINO PEÑA, MD; ALEX POWELL, MD; JESSILYN POZO, BSN; RAMON QUESADA, MD, FSCAI, FACC; IGNACIO

Symposium on Access and Closure: The Keys to a Successful Endovascular Procedure

7:00 AM–7:50 AM

GRAY, MD; MARCELO GUIMARAES, MD, FSIR; MUHAMMAD HASAN, JESSICA KOLOSTOV, BSN; BERNARDO LOPEZ-SANABRIA, MD; AUREA

1:35 PM–4:00 PM | HALF DAY

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MD, FSCAI; BRET WIECHMANN, MD, FSIR, FAHA

The Access and Closure Symposium will provide a comprehensive

LIVE CASE SCANNING

overview of peripheral and central access routes for vascular pro-

Pre-registration required; seating is limited

cedures, with a focus on proper technique, safety, and applications.

7:00 AM–7:50 AM

RUA, MD, FACS; BRIAN SCHIRO, MD; MARCUS ST. JOHN, MD, FSCAI;

MODERATORS: JAMES F. BENENATI, MD; IAN DELCONDE, MD, FACC

Multiple options for vascular access, including femoral, popliteal,

Continental Breakfast

LIBBY WATCH, MD; MARY K. WOOD, MSN, RN

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: DENNIS BANDYK, MD; ANTHONY

pedal, radial, brachial, and aortic, will be discussed, as will the use of

Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

The Nurses and Technologists Symposium will provide an overview of

Industry Sessions (non-accredited) Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

8:00 AM–5:15 PM | FULL DAY Fundamentals of Endovascular Therapy Symposium SAM

LIVE CASE SCANNING

Developed in partnership with the Society of Vascular Medicine (SVM). Pre-registration required; seating is limited. MODERATORS: RIPAL GANDHI, MD, FSVM; ADAM GERONEMUS, MD,

FSIR; ALEX POWELL, MD PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: JOHN F. ANGLE, MD; GARY ANSEL, MD,

the latest therapies and technologies in endovascular care, including reviews of diagnostic treatment and management strategies for interventional radiology and neuroradiology, vascular surgery, vascular medicine, and interventional cardiology patients. The program is directed toward comprehensive learning needs of nurses and technologists working in interventional labs, surgery, pre- and post-care, inpatient care, and office practices who care for patients with cardiac and vascular disorders. New this year will be a live vascular exam, practical how-to sessions, and “things that can go wrong” interactive case study challenges, where a multidisciplinary panel and the audience will identify and solve clinical complication scenarios.

FACC, FSCAI; D. BULENT ARSLAN, MD, FSIR; JOHN BARTHOLOMEW, MD, MSVM, FACC; DONGHOON CHOI, MD; ANTHONY COMEROTA,

10:15 AM–1:30 PM

MD, FACS, FACC; GUILLHERME DABUS, MD, FAHA; IAN DELCONDE,

EXHIBIT HALL

MD, FACC; WILLIAM GRAY, MD; ZIV HASKAL, MD; MICHAEL JAFF, DO; RAGHU KOLLURI, MD, RVT, FSVM; WILLIAM KUO, MD, FSIR, FSVM; ROBERT LOOKSTEIN, MD, FSIR, FSVM; DEREK MITTLEIDER, MD,

Complimentary break refreshments and lunch for all attendees

RPVI; PARAG PATEL, MD, MS; RAHUL PATEL, MD; PAUL ROCHON,

12:30 PM–1:30 PM

MD; THOM ROOKE, MD, FACC, FSVM; BRIAN SCHIRO, MD; AKHILESH

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

SISTA, MD; KEITH STERLING MD; SCOTT TREROTOLA, MD; GEORGE

Complimentary lunch; seating is limited

VATAKENCHERRY, MD; SURESH VEDANTHAM, MD; FRANK VEITH, MD; LIBBY WATCH MD; IDO WEINBERG, MD; BRUCE ZWEIBEL, MD

5:15 PM–6:45 PM

The Fundamentals of Endovascular Therapy Symposium will provide a

Exhibit Hall Reception

comprehensive state-of-the-art review of the many aspects of vascular

Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails

disease, with a focus on diagnosis and management. Developed in conjunction with the Society of Vascular Medicine (SVM), this program is designed for residents, fellows, and practitioners in the fields of interventional radiology, interventional cardiology, vascular surgery, and vascular medicine who have an interest in the clinical evaluation and interventional therapeutic options for patients with peripheral arterial disease, aortic aneurysms, venous disease, pulmonary embolism, dialysis access issues, carotid disease, and stroke. The multidisciplinary faculty will review the latest guidelines, discuss diagnostic and treatment algorithms, and provide practical clinical pearls and technical tips and tricks that will be valuable to daily practice. Highlights include interactive case-based sessions, a live vascular physical exam, and review of

COMEROTA, MD, FACS, FACC; ADAM GERONEMUS, MD, FSIR; MUHAMMAD HASAN, MBBCH, RPVI, RVT; MICHAEL JAFF, DO; RAGHU KOLLURI, MD, RVT, FSVM; LAURENCE NEEDLEMAN, MD; JEFFREY

ultrasound imaging to guide the access procedure. The program will cover pre-closure techniques and new and emerging closure devices

OLIN, DO; JOHN PELLERITO, MD, FACR, FAIUM; THOM ROOKE, MD,

that are poised to transform outcomes for patients following vascular

FACC, FSVM; CYNTHIA SHORTELL, MD; R.E. ZIERLER, MD

access. This session will provide new insight into the diversity of access

The Symposium on Non-Invasive Vascular Diagnosis brings together national leaders in the field to discuss innovative and controversial topics in non-invasive vascular diagnosis. New concepts and techniques in testing will be explored, as well as the latest indications and

and closure options available, enabling physicians to select the optimal approach and closure technique for a given patient and procedure.

10:15 AM–1:30 PM

current interpretative standards for carotid, venous, and arterial exams.

CIO Exhibit Hall

Multiple educational tactics will be featured, including pioneering live

Complimentary break refreshments and lunch for all attendees

demonstration scanning in a patient with carotid artery disease, interactive challenges featuring tips and tricks to identify and evaluate difficult cases, and audience interaction via polling and dedicated question and answer sessions. Self-Assessment Module (SAM) credits toward the

12:30 PM–1:30 PM Industry Sessions (non-accredited) Complimentary lunch; seating is limited

Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program will be available for this session.

8:00 AM–12:25 PM | HALF DAY Acute Stroke Management Hands-On Workshop HANDS-ON Pre-registration required; seating is limited MODERATORS: GUILHERME DABUS, MD; ITALO LINFANTE, MD, FAHA;

DAVID SACKS, MD PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: KEVIN ABRAMS, MD; FELIPE DE LOS

RIOS, MD; RAUL NOGUEIRA, MD

This expanded Hands-On Workshop in Acute Stroke Management is an opportunity to gain new insights into the preclinical and clinical evaluation and management of acute stroke. Recorded cases of aspiration and retrievable stent thrombectomies will be presented alongside live panel discussions on these topics. Finally, the program will conclude with registrants performing hands-on use of acute stroke therapy devices for thrombectomy management. Ultimately, the combination of live discussion, demonstration, and recorded cases will provide attendees

6:00 PM–10:00 PM Ultimate Tailgate and Super Bowl Party Complimentary refreshments; RSVP is required

with multiple perspectives on the real-world applicability of what they

A great way to kick off ISET/CIO and 2018! Join your colleagues for a

have learned.

Super Bowl viewing party, exceptional game fare, drinks, and networking. ISET/CIO is proud to present the game on its ultra high-definition

the latest clinical trial data. While designed for those in the early stages

cinematic widescreen, making for an excellent viewing opportunity.

of their career, more seasoned practitioners may also benefit from the comprehensive overview of vascular and endovascular medicine. Self-Assessment Module (SAM) credits toward the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program will be available for this session.

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3:55 PM–5:45 PM

5:45 PM–7:15 PM

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

DEEP DIVE SESSION 1: Clot Management: Venous,

ISET Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Reception

Complimentary lunch; seating is limited

Pulmonary, and Arterial

Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails for all attendees

MODERATORS: JAMES BENENATI, MD; WILLIAM GRAY, MD

Monday, February 5

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: FRANK ARKO, III, MD; BULENT ARSLAN,

Complimentary lunch for all attendees

MD, FSIR; JOHN BARTHOLOMEW, MD, MSVM, FACC; JACOB CYNAMON,

and products available to improve and enhance your practice. A

MD; WILLIAM KUO, MD, FSIR, FSVM; ROBERT LOOKSTEIN, MD, FSIR,

can’t-miss event featuring outstanding food, drinks, and music.

FSVM; JOHN MORIARTY, MD; JEFFREY OLIN, DO; AKHILESH SISTA, MD;

Continental Breakfast

Residents/Fellows’ Lunch Session: Mea Culpa – Morbidity and Mortality (non-accredited)

Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

Complimentary lunch from the Exhibit Hall; seating is limited

interventionalist’s environment. Join an in-depth discussion of the latest

MODERATOR: RIPAL GANDHI, MD, FSVM

approaches to care, technical advances, and real-world results in the

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: MARCELO GUIMARAES, MD, FSIR;

management of venous, pulmonary, and arterial clots. Pulmonary embo-

D. CHRIS METZGER, MD, FSCAI, FACC; GEORGE VATAKENCHERRY,

lism (PE), deep and large vein thromboses, and acute arterial ischemia

7:00 AM–7:50 AM

Industry Sessions (non-accredited) Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

MD; BRUCE ZWIEBEL, MD

8:00 AM–9:30 AM

KEITH STERLING, MD; SURESH VEDANTHAM, MD

Management of acute and chronic thrombus is an integral part of the

are among the key clinical areas that will be highlighted. Acquire

Learn about the complications that are often encountered in the

strategies for patient stratification in PE, clot lysis and extraction, filter

fields of peripheral artery disease (PAD), aortic disease, venous

placement, anticoagulation, and endovascular therapies. The session

disease, and interventional oncology and discover strategies to

will conclude with a discussion and Q&A period, providing the audience

manage these situations, as well as the morbidity and mortality

with an opportunity to examine these multiple approaches to clot man-

Innovation is the lifeblood of endovascular therapy and has been a

that can result. The expert faculty presenters will participate in a

agement in more detail.

historical theme of the 30 meetings of ISET over the years. This year,

panel discussion to provide further perspectives on complication

we look at major forces influencing healthcare, and the world in which

management, and will be available for Q&A at the conclusion of

we live, through the eyes of one of the most well-known international

the session.

SESSION 1: ISET Town Hall on Innovation MODERATOR: BARRY KATZEN, MD, FSIR PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: TBD

9:30 AM–10:45 AM LIVE CASES MODERATORS: BARRY KATZEN, MD, FSIR, FACC; RICHARD F. NEVILLE,

DISCUSSANTS: FRANK ARKO, III, MD; DANIEL CLAIR, MD; WILLIAM

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: FRANK ARKO, III, MD; FREDERIC

SESSION 3: Advances in PE Management

BAUMANN, MD; MICHAEL DAKE, MD; NICOLAS DIEHM, MD; MARK

HIRANYA RAJASINGHE, MD, FVS; GOETZ RICHTER, MD, PHD; DARREN B. SCHNEIDER, MD; CLAUDIO SCHONHOLZ, MD; THOMAS ZELLER, MD

Should you be organizing a Pulmonary Embolism program in your institution? This session will examine the risks and long-term outcomes

JIHAD A. MUSTAPHA, MD, FACC, FSCAI; KENNETH ROSENFIELD, MD,

options available for interventional management, including thromboly-

MSCAI, FACC

sis, embolectomy, and anticoagulation. Discover the value of Pulmonary Embolus Response Teams (PERTs) in improving care quality, and hear about the current data and future studies required to support the adop-

ISET Exhibit Hall

tion of invasive therapeutic techniques. The session will conclude with a

Complimentary break refreshments

case-based discussion, during which the faculty presenters will provide multiple perspectives on a sample PE case.

SESSION 2: Carotid Therapy

2:15 PM–3:30 PM

MODERATORS: JAMES F. BENENATI, MD; WILLIAM GRAY, MD PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: MICHAEL JAFF, DO; BRAJESH LAL, MD;

ITALO LINFANTE, MD, FAHA; D. CHRIS METZGER, MD, FSCAI, FACC; KENNETH ROSENFIELD, MD, MSCAI, FACC; CLAUDIO SCHONHOLZ, MD

Carotid artery stenosis (CAS) is a major cause of transient ischemic attack and ischemic stroke. While readily detected via noninvasive imaging techniques, the subsequent management of CAS remains controversial. Expert faculty will provide an update on results and insights

MATSUMOTO, MD, FSIR, FACR; RICHARD F. NEVILLE, MD, FACS;

MORIARTY, MD; KENNETH ROSENFIELD, MD, MSCAI, FACC; AKHILESH

associated with Pulmonary embolisms (PE), as well as the multiple

11:40 AM–12:25 PM

ESKANDARI, MD, FACS; ARMANDO LOBATO, MD, PHD; ALAN

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: WILLIAM KUO, MD, FSIR, FSVM; JOHN

GRAY, MD; MICHAEL JAFF, DO; ALAN MATSUMOTO, MD, FSIR, FACR;

10:50 AM–11:35 AM

DEEP DIVE SESSION 2: Complex Aortic and Iliac

1:35 PM–2:15 PM

SISTA, MD MD, FACS

THE EXHIBIT HALL

MODERATORS: FRANK ARKO, III, MD; BARRY KATZEN, MD, FSIR, FACC

MODERATORS: JAMES F. BENENATI, MD; KEITH STERLING, MD

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute

E X P E R I E N C E

Interventions: Aneurysms and Occlusive Disease

‘futurists’ and distill these ideas to more immediate changes foreseen in our field.

Join your colleagues to learn about the latest technologies, devices,

ISET Exhibit Hall

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute

Not for the faint of heart, take a closer look at the current state of managing complex aortic and iliac cases, with a focus on aneurysm and occlusive disease, through this comprehensive educational series. Learn about the latest approaches to endovascular and surgical repair, including innovations in the application of endografts, endoanchors, and balloon-expandable stents. The management of iatrogenic injury and complications both during and following repair will also be discussed. This detailed session will illuminate when and how to apply available interventions for the successful repair of complex aortic and iliac disease. DEEP DIVE SESSION 3:

Wound Care for the Interventionalist Developed in Partnership with the CLI Global Society MODERATORS: RICHARD F. NEVILLE, MD, FACS; VICKIE DRIVER, DPM PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: STEVEN DEAN, DO, FACP, RPVI; GARY

LIVE CASES

GIBBONS, MD; JASON R. HANFT, DPM, FACFAS; MARY KATHLEEN MODERATORS: ALEX POWELL, MD; D. CHRIS METZGER, MD, FSCAI,

FACC DISCUSSANTS: JOHN F. ANGLE, MD; ANTHONY COMEROTA, MD, FACS,

WOOD, MSN, RN

Have you ever seen a patient with a non-healing wound, and been uncom-

FACC; ROBERT LOOKSTEIN, MD, FSIR, FSVM; KENNETH ROSENFIELD,

fortable taking off the dressing to even look at the lesion? This session

MD, MSCAI, FACC; FRANK J. VEITH, MD; RON WAKSMAN, MD, FSCAI;

will feature national experts presenting a broad overview of wound care

THOMAS ZELLER, MD

concepts all interventionists should be familiar with in order to ensure

from the CREST-2 trial comparing medical management alone to the

successful care continuity. Discussions of wound etiology and wound

addition of endarterectomy or stenting for stroke prevention, as well as

healing physiology, along with the latest advances in imaging techniques,

a glimpse into the rapidly evolving area of interventional stroke therapy.

will provide insight on when and how to intervene. Emerging aspects of

Learn about the latest stenting and embolic protection technologies as

wound care, including biofilms, the angiosome concept, and the devel-

well as the management of CAS in low-risk patients.

opment of team-based wound centers will also be presented, providing

Engage with the world's leading companies showcasing the latest devices, tools, and services in support of cutting-edge peripheral, cardiovascular, and endovascular techniques.

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SESSION 6: Future of Aortic Therapies

DEEP DIVE SESSION 4: CLI and Complex PAD

MODERATORS: JAMES F. BENENATI, MD; FRANK ARKO, III, MD

MODERATORS: JAMES F. BENENATI, MD; D. CHRIS METZGER, MD,

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: JOHN F. ANGLE, MD; ROBERT M.

FACC, FSCAI

Continental Breakfast

BERSIN, MD, MPH; DANIEL CLAIR, MD; FABRIZIO FANELLI, MD, EBIR,

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: FREDERIC BAUMANN, MD;

Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

FCIRSE; CYNTHIA SHORTELL, MD

CHRISTOPHER CUNNINGHAM, MD; FABRIZIO FANELLI, MD, EBIR,

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

Smaller devices? Different approaches? The field of aortic intervention continues to evolve with the emergence of novel treatments and

Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

improvements to existing paradigms. In this session, expert faculty will

Residents/Fellows Insider’s Tour of the Exhibit Hall

discuss recent innovations in the management of aortic disease, includ-

Reserved for Residents/Fellows only

ing endovascular aortic sealing (EVAS), cloud-based image fusion, and embolic protection devices. Strategies to reduce EVAR failure rates and

An ISET faculty member will guide Residents/Fellows on a personalized tour of the ISET Exhibit Hall. Important and emerging technologies will be demonstrated and discussed.

address visceral aneurysms will also be considered.

11:40 AM–12:25 PM SESSION 5: EVAR Advances MODERATORS: JAMES F. BENENATI, MD; RICHARD F. NEVILLE, MD,

8:00 AM–9:30 AM SESSION 4: Aortic Dissection and Complex TEVAR MODERATORS: BARRY KATZEN, MD, FSIR, FACC; FRANK ARKO, III, MD PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: DITTMAR BOCKLER, MD, PHD; FRANK J.

CRIADO, MD, FACS, FSVM; MICHAEL DAKE, MD; JAMES W. DENNIS, MD, FACS; MARK ESKANDARI, MD, FACS; GAO-JUN TENG, MD, PHD

Since the FDA approval of thoracic endografts for treatment of dissecting aneurysms over one year ago, there has been increasing interest and treatment of this complex disease by vascular therapists of all backgrounds. In this session, learn how to distinguish dissection from other aortic syndromes for rapid diagnosis and discover the latest approaches to treating both uncomplicated and complicated Type B cases. Hear about strategies that can be applied to true and false lumen management, as well as uncommon complications during and after repair. In particular, innovations in thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR) for complex Type B dissections will be evaluated, with an eye toward the future of aortic dissection management.

2:15 PM–3:30 PM Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute LIVE CASES

FACS PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: DITTMAR BOCKLER, MD, PHD; FRANK

J. CRIADO, MD, FACS, FSVM; EBERHARD GRUBE, MD; DARREN B. SCHNEIDER, MD; FRANK J. VEITH, MD

MODERATORS: SHAUN SAMUELS, MD, FSIR; FRANK J. ARKO, III, MD DISCUSSANTS: JOHN F. ANGLE, MD; ROBERT BERSIN, MD, MPH;

management of superficial femoral artery disease and below-the-knee, calcified, or femoropopliteal lesions. Highlighted therapeutic options will include drug-coated balloons, interwoven stents, endarterectomy, and Fem-Pop bypass. DEEP DIVE SESSION 5: Dialysis Access and

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: DENNIS BANDYK, MD; JACOB

CYNAMON, MD; ALIK FARBER, MD; MARCELO GUIMARAES, MD, FSIR;

standard technique for the treatment of aortic aneurysms. Catch up

ZIV HASKAL, MD; KARL A. ILLIG, MD; RICHARD F. NEVILLE, MD, FACS;

on real-world usage data from the GREAT and ENGAGE registries,

SCOTT TREROTOLA, MD

and hear about the latest approaches and devices that are poised to advance the EVAR field even further. Strategies to address a ruptured

Following an introduction to the problem of end-stage renal disease,

EVAR or failed endograft, successful navigation of branched and

this session will go on to examine available tools for dialysis access and

fenestrated EVARs, and emerging low-profile and large vessel closure

subsequent complication management. Key topics will include fistula

devices will be presented.

creation and monitoring, and the placement of drug-coated balloons, covered stents, and self-monitoring grafts and stents. Strategies to address steal syndrome, venous occlusion, and optimal patient sur-

12:30 PM–1:30 PM

veillance will also be discussed. The impact of recent reimbursement

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

Complimentary lunch from the Exhibit Hall; seating is limited MODERATORS: ADAM GERONEMUS, MD; JAMES F. BENENATI, MD DISCUSSANTS: LEE FOX, MD; MAUREEN KOHI, MD; W. DAVID LONG,

MD; D. CHRIS METZGER, MD, FACC, FSCAI; JANICE NEWSOME, MD; PARAG PATEL, MD; MS; PAUL J. ROCHON, MD; GEORGE VATAKENCHERRY, MD; BRUCE ZWIEBEL, MD

This is a prime opportunity to have your questions answered in preparation for the next step in your career progression. Join this

MODERATORS: JAMES F. BENENATI, MD; FRANK ARKO, III, MD

panel for a roundtable discussion on the challenges and decision

DISCUSSANTS: DITTMAR BOCKLER, MD, PHD; MICHAEL DAKE, MD;

points commonly encountered during a career in medicine. This

JAMES W. DENNIS, MD, FACS; FABRIZIO FANELLI, MD, EBIR, FCIRSE;

discussion will be driven by audience questions and may include

ARMANDO LOBATO, MD, PHD; ALAN MATSUMOTO, MD, FSIR, FACR;

topics such as recommended interview questions, negotiating

SCHNEIDER, MD; CYNTHIA SHORTELL, MD

expanding clinical problem, will be discussed, along with tools for the

MODERATORS: ALEX POWELL, MD; LIBBY WATCH, MD

Birmingham, Alabama

NIBERTO MORENO, MD; GOETZ RICHTER, MD, PHD; DARREN B.

The burden and treatment of chronic limb ischemia (CLI), a rapidly

B. SCHNEIDER, MD; CYNTHIA SHORTELL, MD

Residents/Fellows’ Lunch Session: Career Roundtable Discussion (non-accredited)

LIVE CASES

informing our current understanding of complex PAD management.

ARMANDO LOBATO, MD, PHD; LINDSAY MACHAN, MD, FSIR; DARREN

Cardiovascular Associates of the Southeast

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute

In this session, take an in-depth look at the latest advances that are

United States, Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) has become a

changes on dialysis interventions will also be reviewed. DEEP DIVE SESSION 6: Abstracts and Late-Breaking Sessions (non-accredited)

Complimentary lunch for all attendees

9:30 AM–10:45 AM

SHISHEHBOR, DO, PHD, MPH; THOMAS ZELLER, MD

DANIEL CLAIR, MD; MICHAEL DAKE, MD; MATTHEW EAGLETON, MD;

ISET Exhibit Hall

Interventional Cardiology

MD, FSCAI, FACC; JOHN RUNDBACK, MD, FSVM, FSIR; MEHDI H.

After more than 25 years since treatment of the first patient in the

CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

GARY S. ROUBIN, MD, PHD

MD; ROBERT LOOKSTEIN, MD, FSVM, FSIR; JIHAD A. MUSTAPHA,

Management

Complimentary lunch; seating is limited

RECIPIENT:

FCIRSE; JUAN F. GRANADA, MD; MICHAEL JAFF, DO; MAUREEN KOHI,

MODERATORS: ABILIO A. COELLO, MD, FACS, RPVI; PLINIO ROSSI, MD

Interventional medicine is a fast-paced and constantly evolving field.

ONE OF THE BEST, IF NOT THE BEST ENDOVASCULAR MEETINGS.

employment contracts, collaborating with other disciplines, dealing

Stay up-to-date by attending this session, which showcases cutting-edge clinical research and innovations. Late-breaking advances and emerging concepts in the field will be presented, including some first-time presentation of data or new technologies.

5:45 PM–7:15 PM Poster Session & Awards Reception in the Exhibit Hall Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails

Meet the next generation of endovascular leaders and interact with leading minds presenting exciting new research. Poster Award winners to be announced.

6:45 PM–8:45 PM

with dissenting partners, practice building, competition, and

Industry Sessions (non-accredited)

10:50 AM–11:35 AM

choosing to work in an academic, private practice, or non-tradition-

Complimentary dinner; seating is limited

ISET Exhibit Hall

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DEEP DIVE SESSION 9: Residents and Fellows

SESSION 8: Venous Intervention

Roundtable #3: Clinical Data Hyper Drive

MODERATORS: ALEX POWELL, MD; ANTHONY COMEROTA, MD, FACS,

Complimentary lunch for all attendees

FACC

MODERATOR: BRIAN SCHIRO, MD

covering recent clinical trial results and providing information on mul-

This session will bring attendees up to date on essential clinical tri-

Do you have cutting-edge research that will advance endovascular care?

tiple management techniques. After learning how to distinguish venous

als, as chosen by expert faculty, in each of several key clinical areas.

This is your opportunity to share your research with the best in the field.

disease from other confounding pathologies, attendees will hear about

Trials with a significant impact on aortic, carotid, peripheral artery,

the implications of the ATTRACT trial results on the use of venous

and venous diseases; pulmonary embolism; interventional oncology;

catheterization. A discussion of venous recanalization and anticoagula-

women’s health; and end-stage renal disease will all be explored.

All submitted abstracts will undergo a blind peer review for quality of research, educational or scientific content, logical presentation, and impact on healthcare.

FANELLI, MD, EBIR, FCIRSE; JUAN F. GRANADA, MD; RAGHU KOLLURI,

tion techniques will provide new insights into the timing, optimization,

Each presentation will be followed by a discussion and Q&A period,

Accepted abstracts will be eligible for one or more of the following:

MD, FSVM, MS; MEHDI H. SHISHEHBOR, DO, PHD, MPH; THOMAS

and long-term success of venous intervention that can be applied in

and the session will conclude with an overall discussion, featuring all

ZELLER, MD

practice.

of the expert faculty presenters, to ensure maximum awareness of the

Continental Breakfast Complimentary breakfast for all attendees

Industry-Supported CME Symposia

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: RAGHU KOLLURI, MD, MS, FSVM; E.

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: FRANK ARKO, III, MD; WILLIAM GRAY,

BROOKE SPENCER, MD, FSIR; SCOTT TAPPER, MD, FVS; SURESH

MD; MAUREEN KOHI, MD; ITALO LINFANTE, MD, FAHA; RAHUL

VEDANTHAM, MD

PATEL, MD; AKHILESH SISTA, MD; SCOTT TREROTOLA, MD; SURESH

This session takes a broad look at the field of venous interventions,

Complimentary breakfast; seating is limited

8:00 AM–9:30 AM SESSION 7: Peripheral Interventions MODERATORS: CONSTANTINO PEÑA, MD; WILLIAM GRAY, MD PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: BULENT ARSLAN, MD, FSIR; FABRIZIO

This session will feature a wide-ranging overview of new and emerging strategies for peripheral arterial interventions, from the upper extrem-

discoveries that are revolutionizing the field.

12:00 PM–2:10 PM

ities to below-the-ankle. Learn about new devices in the peripheral

DEEP DIVE SESSION 7: Embolotherapy

occlusive disease field, and discover novel approaches and recanal-

Complimentary lunch for all attendees

ization techniques for the treatment of the superficial femoral artery. Ex-

MODERATORS: RIPAL GANDHI, MD, FSVM; JAFAR GOLZARIAN, MD

pert faculty will also present new data on endovascular and adjunctive

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: JOHN F. ANGLE, MD; BULENT ARSLAN,

therapies for critical limb ischemia.

MD, FSIR; SHIVANK BHATIA, MD; FABRIZIO FANELLI, MD, EBIR, FCIRSE; MARCELO GUIMARAES, MD, FSIR; MAUREEN KOHI, MD; LINDSAY

CHARLES J. TEGTMEYER ANNUAL LECTURE

MACHAN, MD, FSIR; ALAN MATSUMOTO, MD, FSIR, FACR; ANNE ROBERTS, MD; PAUL J. ROCHON, MD; GAO-JUN TENG, MD, PHD; SCOTT TREROTOLA, MD; BRUCE ZWIEBEL, MD

Incorporating New Ideas into Practice: Challenges and Solutions for Today’s World

This session puts the spotlight on this evolving area, offering a closer

Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute LIVE CASES MODERATORS: CONSTANTINO PEÑA, MD; RICHARD F. NEVILLE, MD,

FACS DISCUSSANTS: ANTHONY COMEROTA, MD, FACS, FACC; WILLIAM

GRAY, MD; KARL A. ILLIG, MD; JOHN KAUFMAN, MD, MS; MAUREEN KOHI, MD; LINDSAY MACHAN, MD, FSIR; PAUL J. ROCHON, MD; E. BROOKE SPENCER, MD, FSIR

 Oral Presentation (Select abstracts only). Present your research in the form of a lecture at ISET.  Poster Display (All accepted abstracts). Present your research in the form of a scientific poster display with dedicated viewing times scheduled. AWARDS  Best Poster and Young Investigator Awards (One selected abstract for each award). All displayed posters will be eligible. PUBLICATION  Online publication in the digital version of the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology (JVIR).

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TUITION SUPPORT

management strategies that are improving the field of embolotherapy.

Closing Remarks and Meeting Adjourn

 Complimentary Registration (Abstracts selected for Oral Presentation only) or Discounted Registration (All accepted abstracts). Abstract authors who are accepted for poster display will receive a 50% tuition discount on registration for the first author and 25% off for the second author.

Highlights include tips and tricks for efficient embolization, applica-

Interventional Cardiology

bility to and outcomes in prostate and uterine fibroid management,

La Jolla, California

2:15 PM–3:30 PM

PRESENTATION

look at the new and emerging tools, applications, and complication

ANNE ROBERTS, MD University of California, San Diego

VEDANTHAM, MD

and discussion of multiple device options for endoleak and aneurysm treatment. With the recent FDA approval, there will more in-depth

IMPORTANT DEADLINES

discussion of prostate artery embolization, as well as possible bariatric applications of embolotherapy.

9:30 AM–10:45 AM Live Cases from Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute LIVE CASES

DEEP DIVE SESSION 8: Venous Therapy Complimentary lunch for all attendees

MODERATORS: BARRY KATZEN, MD, FSIR, FACC; WILLIAM GRAY, MD DISCUSSANTS: TIMOTHY CLARK, MD; CHRISTOPHER CUNNINGHAM,

MODERATORS: ALEX POWELL, MD; ANTHONY COMEROTA, MD, FACS,

FACC

MD; FABRIZIO FANELLI, MD, EBIR, FCIRSE; JUAN F. GRANADA, MD;

PRESENTERS & DISCUSSANTS: JOSE ALMEIDA, MD; FRANK ARKO, III,

MAUREEN KOHI, MD; JIHAD A. MUSTAPHA, MD, FSCAI, FACC; RICHARD

MD; KARL A. ILLIG, MD; JOHN KAUFMAN, MD, MS; RAGHU KOLLURI,

F. NEVILLE, MD, FACS; MEHDI H. SHISHEBOR, DO, PHD, MPH; THOMAS

MD, MS, FSVM; BRIAN SCHIRO, MD; E. BROOKE SPENCER, MD, FSIR;

ZELLER, MD

SCOTT TREROTOLA, MD

Building on the morning’s general session, a deep dive into one of the most rapidly growing areas of endovascular therapy will include presentations that provide comprehensive discussion of the current therapeutic options available for such venous disease states as May-Turner syndrome, deep vein thrombosis, venous ulcers, and conditions of the vena cava. Highlights will include lessons learned from previous clinical

ISET offers specialists the opportunity to not only see the most recent and advanced data and techniques, but to also watch expert operators perform complex procedures live.

trials and failed interventions; tips, tricks, and treatment algorithms for the successful management of complex cases; and a case presentation featuring an inferior vena cava reconstruction. The session will end with a panel discussion to conclude this deep dive on venous disease and the available interventional options.

Abstract Submissions Site Closed: Sunday, October 8, 2017, 11:59 p.m. Acceptance/Waitlist Notifications: Week of October 23, 2017 Withdrawal Deadline: Wednesday, November 15, 2017 Registration/Intent to Present Due: Wednesday, November 15, 2017

SUBMISSION CATEGORIES Access and Closure

PAD: Lysis/Thrombectomy

Aneurysm/Dissection

PAD: SFA Intervention

Cardiac: CTO/Occlusive Disease

PAD: Tibial

Cardiac: Structural Heart

PAD: Other

Cardiac: Other

Vascular Imaging

Cerebrovascular Procedure: Aneurysm

Vascular Malformation

Cerebrovascular Procedure: Carotid

Visceral Intervention

Cerebrovascular Procedure: Stroke

William Gray, MD Interventional Cardiologist ISET Guest Course Director

Cerebrovascular Procedure: Other Embolization Future Procedures

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*Program and faculty subject to change.

VTE/DVT/Filters Women’s Health Wound Care Other

Hypertension/Renal Denervation Medical Management Occupational/Radiation Safety

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Venous Intervention

PAD: Aortoiliac

To learn more, visit http://www.iset.org/abstracts.

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THE RESIDENT/FELLOW EXPERIENCE Expanded Program for 2018 Participate in dedicated educational sessions, interact one-on-one with faculty to have your questions answered, and receive an insider’s tour of the Exhibit Hall led by ISET faculty and recent fellows.

Scholarships

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

In honor of the 30th anniversary, ISET will award 60 activity scholarships that include complimentary tuition and travel reimbursement up to $350. Visit http://www. iset.org/residentsfellows for qualification criteria and application details.

12:30 PM–1:30 PM

ISET also offers discounted tuition rates for Residents/ Fellows. Visit http://www.iset.org/register for more information.

E X P A N D E D programming for 2018 includes:

Saturday, February 3, 2018 8:00 AM–5:15 PM

Educational Lunch Session: Career Roundtable Discussion (non-accredited) This is a prime opportunity to have your questions answered in preparation for the next step in your career progression. Join this panel for a roundtable discussion on the challenges and decision points commonly encountered during a career in medicine. This discussion will be driven by audience questions and may include topics such as recommended interview questions, negotiating employment contracts, collaborating with other disciplines, dealing with dissenting partners and competition, and choosing to work in an academic or non-traditional setting.

Fundamentals of Endovascular Therapy Symposium

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Presented in collaboration with the Society for Vascular Medicine (SVM), this session provides an in-depth look at the most current information on the diagnosis and management of venous and arterial diseases, including 2 hours of complex case-based discussions and a live vascular physical exam.

5:45 PM–7:15 PM

Monday, February 5, 2018 12:30 PM–1:30 PM Educational Lunch Session: Mea Culpa – Morbidity and Mortality (non-accredited) Learn about the complications that are often encountered in the fields of peripheral artery disease (PAD), aortic disease, venous disease, and interventional oncology and discover strategies to manage these situations, as well as the morbidity and mortality that can result. The expert faculty presenters will participate in a panel discussion to provide further perspectives on complication management, and will be available for Q&A at the conclusion of the session.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018 7:00 AM–8:00 AM

Poster Session & Awards Reception in Exhibit Hall Meet the next generation of endovascular leaders and interact with leading minds presenting exciting new research. Poster Award winners to be announced.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

February 3–4, 2018

12:00 PM–2:10 PM

The Diplomat Hollywood, Florida USA

Educational Lunch Session Clinical Data Hyper Drive: Clinical Trials You Must Know (non-accredited) This session will bring attendees up to date on five essential clinical trials, as chosen by expert faculty, in each of several key clinical areas. Trials with a significant impact on aortic, carotid, peripheral artery, and venous diseases; pulmonary embolism; interventional oncology; women’s health; and endstage renal disease will all be explored. Each presentation will be followed by a discussion and Q&A period, and the session will conclude with an overall discussion, featuring all of the expert faculty presenters, to ensure maximal awareness of the discoveries that are revolutionizing the field.

Insider’s Tour of the Exhibit Hall

 The Year in Review in IO  Liver-Directed Therapy

*Program and faculty subject to change.

 I nterventions for Prostate and Pancreatic Cancer

 The Role of Y90

 T  hyroid and Lymph Node Ablation

 Renal Cell Carcinoma

 Building an IO Practice

 Lung Ablation

 U  nderstanding IO Trial Data

 M  usculoskeletal Interventions

An ISET faculty member will guide Residents/Fellows on a personalized tour of the ISET Exhibit Hall. Important and emerging technologies will be demonstrated and discussed.

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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS*

50+ Presentations

30+ Faculty

*To view the full CIO program, visit TheIOMeeting.com/agenda.

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Legendary Meeting. Iconic Location.

REGISTRATION

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 Ways to

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International Symposium o n Endovascular Therapy

1 ONLINE: iset.org/register 2 BY PHONE: 877.878.3034 Early Bird

Advance

Regular/Onsite

6/15/17–10/27/17

10/28/17–1/19/18

1/20/18–2/7/18

MVP: CIO & ISET

$1,499

$1,699

$1,749

ISET Only

$1,349

$1,549

$1,599

ISET Focused Weekend Symposia

$549

$749

$799

Noninvasive Vascular Diagnosis Focused Symposium Only

$399

$399

$399

MVP: CIO & ISET

$599

$599

$599

ISET Only

$399

$399

$549

ISET Focused Weekend Symposia

$249

$249

$299

Nurses and Technologists Symposium: Innovations in Cardiac and Vascular Care (Full Day) Symposium Only

$199

$199

$199

Noninvasive Vascular Diagnosis Focused Symposium Only

$199

$199

$199

MVP: CIO & ISET

$699

$699

$749

ISET Only

$499

$549

$599

ISET Focused Weekend Symposia

$229

$249

$299

MVP: CIO & ISET

$1,699

$1,799

$1,799

ISET Only

$1,549

$1,649

$1,699

$649

$849

$949

MVP: CIO & ISET

$699

$699

$749

ISET Only

$499

$549

$599

ISET Focused Weekend Symposia

$229

$249

$299

PHYSICIAN

3555 S. Ocean Drive Hollywood, FL 33019 Spend February in Florida at the beautiful Diplomat Hotel, a legendary resort on Florida’s glamorous Gold Coast. This vibrant Hollywood, Florida destination offers endless ways to connect, recharge, and recreate. Voted one of the best hotels in Florida by Condé Nast Traveler.

To make hotel reservations and for travel information, please visit iset.org/hotel-and-travel. The deadline to reserve a room at the discounted rate is January 4, 2018.

SPECIAL CONFERENCE HOTEL ROOM RATE $355

NURSE/ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

ISET Accreditation Intended Learners The International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy (ISET) is designed for interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, interventional cardiologists, interventional neuroradiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, clinical cardiologists, clinical radiologists, neurologists, internists, nurses, and others involved in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. Learning Objectives After attending the International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy (ISET), participants should be able to:  List evidence-based medicine criteria that reflect

the best techniques and devices to treat cardiovascular disease.  Explain the benefits of medical management and

the use of multidisciplinary teams to improve patient outcomes of endovascular therapy.  Illustrate optimal noninvasive diagnostic

techniques to diagnose, plan treatment for, and monitor cardiovascular disease.  Describe principles and techniques of venous

intervention including DVT, PE, filters, and dialysis procedures.  Distinguish the best methods to diagnose and

manage patients with critical limb ischemia.  Differentiate advanced techniques and treatment

for complex aneurysms.  Compare advanced techniques to treat complex

cases of chronic total occlusions.  Contrast the simple and complex arterial access

for the performance of diverse endovascular procedures.  Recognize when and how to apply new techniques

to treat aortic dissection.

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Accreditation In support of improving patient care, North American Center for Continuing Medical Education (NACCME) is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team. CME NACCME designates this live activity for a maximum of 32.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.* Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME. CNE This continuing nursing education activity awards 32.5 contact hours. Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #13255 for 32.5 contact hours. Nurse practitioners may participate in this educational activity and earn a certificate of completion as AANP accepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ through its reciprocity agreements. Other Credits Association for Vascular and Interventional Radiographers (AVIR) ARRT Accreditation Nurses and Technologists Symposium: Innovations in Cardiac & Vascular Care This symposium, taking place on Saturday, February 3, 2018, will be submitted for ARRT A+ CE approval by the Association for Vascular and Interventional Radiographers (AVIR). AVIR is an approved RCEEM.

ABR Maintenance of Certification Program (SAM Credits) Select sessions will be submitted to the American Board of Radiology (ABR) for qualification in meeting the criteria for self-assessment toward the purpose of fulfilling the requirements in the ABR Maintenance of Certification Program.

Requirements for Credit To be eligible for documentation of credit for each session attended, attendees must participate in the full activity and complete the online evaluation form for each session.

ABS Maintenance of Certification Program (SAM Credits) Achieving a score of 75% or more on questions asked in the online evaluation for select ISET sessions will allow the AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ earned during the selected sessions to count toward self-assessment credits toward Part 2 of the ABS MOC Program.

Privacy Policy NACCME protects the privacy of personal and other information regarding participants, educational partners, and joint sponsors. NACCME and our joint sponsors will not release personally identifiable information to a third party without the individual’s consent, except such information as is required for reporting purposes to the appropriate accrediting agency.

Non-Invasive Vascular Diagnosis This program will provide 6.0 credits in Non-Invasive Vascular Diagnosis. UEMS/EACCME CME Credit Recognition The American Medical Association (AMA) has an agreement of mutual recognition of CME credit with the UEMS. Under the terms of this agreement, the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME), the accrediting arm of the UEMS, will convert CME credit for live activities certified by the AMA. Hardware/Software Requirements All educational activities are accessible via a PC (Windows Vista 7, 8, 10) or Mac (Mac OS 10.x or later) computer with current versions of the following browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Safari. Windows Media Player or compatible alternative, sound card, and speakers are required for streamed audio. The latest version of the Adobe Flash Player is suggested for video programs. A PDF reader is required for print publications. Please direct technical questions to [email protected]

For questions regarding this educational activity, please call (609) 371-1137.

NACCME maintains physical, electronic and procedural safeguards that comply with federal regulations to guard your nonpublic personal information. Copyright © 2017 by North American Center for Continuing Medical Education, LLC. All rights reserved. No part of this accredited continuing education activity may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, without first obtaining permission from North American Center for Continuing Medical Education. ADA Statement North American Center for Continuing Medical Education complies with the legal requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the rules and regulations thereof. If any participant in this educational activity is in need of accommodations, please call (609) 371-1137. Note: Information contained herein is subject to change without notice.

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INDUSTRY/NON-CLINICAL*

ISET Focused Weekend Symposia MILITARY/VA

*Please note that if you are employed by industry, you MUST register as a “Non-Healthcare Provider.”

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