Case Submission: Peripheral

Case Submission 2021 Accepted cases

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Session List

My Best Case Competition

Notes for Presenters (My Best Case Competition)

  • Language: (slide) English, (presentation) English/Japanese
  • Presentation time is 10 minutes + Q&A 5 minutes.
  • Best Case will be selected and award will be given to the presenter of the best work in the award ceremony at the end of the session.
My Best Case Competition
Saturday, October 30 15:00-17:00
Peripheral Theater II
Reg.
No.
Name Institution Title
1002 Takahiro Tokuda Nagoya Heart Center, Japan The critical limb threating ischemia case of calcified isolated below the ankle lesion
1006 Masanaga Tsujimoto Sapporo Cardiovascular Center, Japan The most active in BADFORM technique ~Armet to Armet technique~
1009 Takamasa Tanaka Hyogo College of Medicine, Japan Invagination and Restenosis of an Interwoven Nitinol Stent: Multiple Imaging Modality Findings
1012 Tatsuro Takei Tenyokai Central Hospital, Japan Hybrid Therapy for the Occlusion of Femoropopliteal Bypass
1019 Takuya Haraguchi Sapporo Cardio Vascular Clinic, Japan “Needle bypass” technique: Percutaneous anatomical bypass with needle rendezvous for no-option peripheral arterial disease
1023 Donna Shu-Han Lin National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Dig in your nodules! ? when keeping to the center makes all the difference
1031 Tomonari Takagi Takatsu General Hospital, Japan Percutaneous Deep Venous Arterialization for Posterior Tibial and Planter Arterial Occlusion with Severe Calcification in a Dialysis Patient with Critical Limb Ischemia
1046 Manoj S Kauvery Hospital, India Unique case of acute refractory heart failure with dynamic eclipsing mitral regurgitation and acute renal failure

Very Complicated Case Competition

Notes for Presenters (Very Complicated Case Competition)

  • Language: (slide) English, (presentation) English/Japanese
  • Presentation time is 8 minutes + Q&A 2 minutes.
  • Best Case will be selected and award will be given to the presenter of the best work in the award ceremony at the end of the session.
Very Complicated Case Competition
Thursday, October 28 15:00-16:30
Peripheral Theater II
Reg.
No.
Name Institution Title
1005 Tomofumi Tsukizawa Kishiwada Tokushukai Hospital, Japan The successful recanalization with Wingman catheter system for peripheral artery total occlusion
1011 Teruaki Kanagami Asahi General Hospital, Japan A CFA case with severe calcified nodules that enabled DCB strategy by wiring the center of the calcified nodules
1013 Shigeki Nishiyama Saitama Sekishinkai Hospital, Japan A double CTO case of CIA-EIA and SFA that succeeded in revascularization in two stages
1018 Shuichi Sahashi Asahi General Hospital, Japan An successful CLTI case from CIA ostium to SFA occlusion with severe calcification by direct puncturing the CFA CTO segment with metal needle
1022 Keisuke Takanashi Asahi General Hospital, Japan An elderly CLTI case in which IVUS guided wiring using AnteOwl WR was key of successful complete revascularization for too long total occlusion from the SFA ostium to the dorsalis pedis artery
1032 Ayumu Fujioka Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan Successful endovascular therapy for popliteal artery occlusion due to cystic adventitial degeneration
1034 Yasutaka Yamauchi Takatsu General Hospital, Japan A bail out chronic limb-threatening ischemia case who a Sapphire NC balloon succeded in penetrating the damaged tip of the Caravel MC by getting stuck in the tip
1039 Kazunori Horie Sendai Kousei Hospital, Japan Direct metal needle puncture and “crack & pave technique” in an extreme calcified SFA lesion

Nightmare in the cathlab

Notes for Presenters (Nightmare in the cathlab)

  • Language: (slide) English, (presentation) English/Japanese
  • Presentation time is 10 minutes + Q&A 5 minutes.
  • Best Case will be selected and award will be given to the presenter of the best work in the award ceremony at the end of the session.
Nightmare in the cathlab
Friday, October 29 16:00-18:00
Peripheral Theater II
Reg.
No.
Name Institution Title
1004 Yusuke Sato Tokeidai Memorial Hospital, Japan The Nightmares at TMH
1036 Eiji Karashima Shimonoseki City Hospital, Japan My best and worst case of GLIMGLIN technique for the BK lesions
1041 Daigo Kachi Saiseikai Yokohama-City Eastern Hospital, Japan A case of terrible distal embolization after drug coated balloon angioplasty for femoropopliteal lesion in the patients with chronic limbs-threatening ischemia
1049 Shota Kaiga Kasukabe Chuo General Hospital, Japan Dose it have to be today?
1003 Hideaki Otsuji Kagoshima City Hospital, Japan Effective debulking using Guriguri-kun For the lesions of recurrent occlusion Extended from common femoral artery (CFA) to Tibioperoneal trunk (TPT)
1007 Masanaga Tsujimoto Sapporo Cardiovascular Center, Japan Rescue of entrapped wire with Ichibayari PAD2 ~Blast past Invincible~
1015 Masataka Arakawa Asahi General Hospital, Japan A case of bi-lateral CIA to SFA occlusion with severe calcification after bypass occlusion diagnosed as inoperable, which could be treated with EVT using various methods and techniques

Case Presentation

Notes for Case Presentation

  • Language: (slide) English, (presentation) English/Japanese
  • Presentation time is 8 minutes + Q&A 2 minutes.
  • Best Case will be selected and award will be given to the presenter of the best work in the award ceremony at the end of each session.
Case Presentation 1
Friday, October 29 13:00-14:30
Peripheral Theater II
Reg.
No.
Name Institution Title
1001 Tetsuya Nomura Kyoto Chubu Medical Center, Japan A novel less-invasive and massive debulking strategy (CRUNCH Technique) for severe nodular calcification in common femoral artery
1030 Hitoshi Anzai SUBARU Health Insurance Ota Memorial Hospital, Japan My first experience of percutaneous deep venous arterialization to the patient with desert foot
1042 Kazuki Tobita Shonan Kamakura General Hospital, Japan A Case of Virtual PQ Bypass Using Double Snare-Piercing Technique
1043 Yukako Ogoyama Ageo Central General Hospital, Japan Reentry Technique Using OUTBACK@ELITE CATHETER Under Balloon Guidance For Complex Common Femoral Chronic Total Occlusion
1050 Taro Takeyama Kasukabe Chuo General Hospital, Japan Two cases of successful balloon passage through calcified lesions using the novel "Wingri-man technique"
1016 Masafumi Mizusawa Saiseikai Yokohama-City Eastern Hospital, Japan TWICE PINC Technique for Severe Calcified Lesion at Anterior Tibial Artery to Dorsalis Pedis Artery in Chronic Limb-threatening Ischemia Patient
1028 Emi Tajima Tokyo General Hospital, Japan A case in which combined use of Below the arch intervention (BTAR) and intraarterial infusion therapy was effective for CLTI
Case Presentation 2
Saturday, October 30 9:00-10:30
Peripheral Theater II
Reg.
No.
Name Institution Title
1040 Shintaro Nawata St. Marianna University School of Medicine, Japan Embolic Protection techniques for a Shaggy Aorta during Thoracic Endovascular Aortic Repair
1014 Thiagarajan Subburaja G Kuppusamy Naidu Hospital, India Endoleak - Graft migration
1024 Hyung Oh Kim Samyook Seoul Medical Center, Korea Fatal Intracranial Hemorrhage after the EVAR
1026 Masaya Kusuda Osaka Rosai Hospital, Japan A case with acute femoral artery occlusion after removal of IMPELLA device
1010 Tomoya Fukagawa Saiseikai Yokohama-City Eastern Hospital, Japan Usefulness of percutaneous hemostasis under ultrasound guidance for percutaneous ventricular assist device
1017 Yuji Nishimoto Hyogo Prefectural Amagasaki General Medical Center, Japan Successful percutaneous Fogarty thrombectomy for acute limb ischemia
1044 Hiroshi Araki Yokosuka General Hospital Uwamachi, Japan Sling technique for removal of IVC filter with apex buried in thrombus
Case Presentation 3
Saturday, October 30 13:30-15:00
Peripheral Theater II
Reg.
No.
Name Institution Title
1029 Toshihiko Kishida Saiseikai Yokohama-City Eastern Hospital, Japan A case of endovascular therapy for common iliac artery lesion with occluded radial artery approach
1008 Tomoyasu Sato Tsuchiya General Hospital, Japan Delayed pseudoaneurysm formation, which occurred after recanalization of severely calcified SFA occlusion 3years ago, successfully treated by stentgraft
1038 Kotaro Miyashita Ageo Central General Hospital, Japan Pathological evaluation of infectious bare nitinol stent in the superficial femoral artery
1021 Shigemitsu Shirai Saiseikai Yokohama-City Eastern Hospital, Japan The difficult case of ATA CTO lesion due to high calcification
1027 Takashi Miwa Tokeidai Memorial Hospital, Japan A successful retrieval of a fibrin thrombus fixed to stent using Biopsy Forceps
1025 Tsuyoshi Takeuchi Sapporo Cardio Vascular Clinic, Japan The bail out case of unretrievable ruptured balloon
1045 Yui Takaiwa Tsukuba Medical Center Hospital, Japan A case of successful removal of a balloon that was trapped in a self-expandable stent

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