Case Submission: Coronary

Case Submission 2022 Accepted cases

*The list of accepted cases with presentation schedule is followed by the below notes.

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AMI, ACS
Thu., October 27, 2022 16:30-17:50
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1022 Takanobu Mitarai St.Marianna University School of Medicine, Japan Successful Rescue CHIP Intervention for Extravasation Through Frank Perforation in the Context of Infectious Bypass Graft and Recover the Native Coronary Artery
1038 Toru Nakanishi St.Marianna University Yokohama Seibu Hospital, Japan Left main true bifurcation calcified lesion in a young out-hospital cardiac arrest survivor: combination therapy of emergent rotational and urgent orbital atherectomy
1072 Kei Kawai Seirei Yokohama Hospital, Japan A case of stent thrombosis due to in-stent neoatherosclerosis 4-years after 3rd generation stent implantation
1079 Munenori Okubo Gifu Heart Center, Japan Acute coronary syndrome due to calcified mass originated from native valve just after transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI)
1088 Sho Nakao Kansai Rosai Hospital, Japan A case of acute myocardial infarction with successful reduction of thrombus volume by excimer laser coronary angioplasty
1104 Takumi Akiyama Niigata University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Japan Effectiveness of delayed percutaneous coronary intervention for right ventricular myocardial infarction with cardiogenic shock
1107 Ryohei Tanaka Toranomon Hospital, Japan A complex percutaneous coronary intervention to unstable angina pectoris, including a guidewire breakage
1111 Ryo Miyabe Mimihara General Hospital, Japan A STEMI case with coronary artery ectasia and huge thrombus
Calcified Lesion 1
Thu., October 27, 2022 8:30-9:20
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1004 In Tae Moon Uijeongbu Eulji University Hospital, Korea A Case of distal Left Circumflex Artery Calcified Lesion Not Engaged Balloon
1009 Yusuke Kimishima Hoshi General Hospital, Japan The Case of Calcified Nodule Lesion of Saphenous Vein Graft: Treatment using aggressive Wire Recanalization in Calcified Atheroma and Dilatation Technique
1026 Junsuke Shibuya Nippon Medical School Hospital, Japan A case of multidisciplinary CHIP-PCI for severe calcified left circumflex coronary ostium stenosis concomitant with severe aortic stenosis
1050 Thitima Limjaroen King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, Thailand Rotational in Heavily Calcified and Tortuous Left Anterior Descending Artery
1052 Hideomi Fujiwara Toranomon Hospital, Japan Successful rotational atherectomy with difficulty for a patient with severely calcified 3VD
Calcified Lesion 2
Sat., October 29, 2022 16:10-:17:00
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1059 Masastoki Yoshida Okayama University, Japan Ostial left main trunk lesion with calcified nodule successfully treated with rotablator and drug-eluting stent.
1081 Naoko Higashino Kansai Rosai Hospital, Japan A Case of calcified nodule successfully treated with excimer laser coronary angioplasty
1090 Kazumasa Ikeda Miyazaki Medical Association Hospital, Japan Rotational atherectomy of severe calcified lesion in left anterior descending artery under ECMO support
1101 Kazuya Otsu Yokohama Rosai Hospital, Japan A case of severe stenosis due to a calcified nodule at the ostium of the right coronary artery undergoing both orbital and rotational atherectomy followed by drug-coated balloon dilation
1103 Nobuhiro Yoshijima Saiseikai Utsunomiya Hospital, Japan A case of calcified nodule effectively debulked with a combination of orbital atherectomy system and rotational atherectomy
Chronic Total Occlusion 1
Thu., October 27, 2022 9:30-10:20
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1010 Kota Tanaka Sakurabashi-Watanabe Hospital, Japan The Case that GP-Lock is useful for RCA and CTO lesions that are difficult to back up, and IVUS-based ADR has been successful
1013 Takafumi Koga Chiba Tokushukai Hospital, Japan A Successful Intravascular Ultrasound Guided-Subintimal Stenting for In-Stent Chronic Total Occlusion using Knuckle and Reverse Controlled Antegrade and Retrograde Subintimal Tracking Techniques
1014 Shigeki Nishiyama Saitama Sekishinkai Hospital, Japan RCA subtotal occlusion case requiring a retrograde approach due to poor backup of the antegrade guide catheter
1020 Yukihiro Yamaguchi Tokyo General Hospital, Japan Successful Two-Staged PCI for Double Chronic Total Occlusions of the Ostial LCX and Completely Occluded RCA
1023 Yuya Nakagawa Hakodate Medical Association Hopspital, Japan A CTO case with difficulty in collateral channel management
Chronic Total Occlusion 2
Fri., October 28, 2022 10:30-11:20
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1024 Mohan Mani Kovai Medical Center and Hospital, India High Risk Complex SVG to LAD GRAFT CTO
1027 Keisuke Nakabayashi Kasukabe Chuo General Hospital, Japan Reconsidering radiation-dose reduction from a CTO-PCI case for severely obese patient
1051 Takuma Tsuda Nagoya Ekisaikai Hospital, Japan Zero-iodinated contrast PCI for LAD-CTO in patient with severe anaphylaxis to iodinated contrast
1075 Jung Rae Cho Kangnam Sacred Heart Hospital, Hallym University College of Medicine, Korea Recurrent in-stent restenotic chronic total occlusion (ISR-CTO) of left circumflex artery (LCx) which was previously de novo CTO treated with 1st-generation drug-eluting stent (DES)
1086 Jang-Whan Bae Chungbuk National University Hospital, Korea PCI for left main CTO lesion complicated with intractable heart failure and renal failure after bowel resection for SMA thrombosis
Chronic Total Occlusion 3
Fri., October 28, 2022 11:30-12:20
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1092 Ryota Akazawa Hiroshima Heart Center, Japan A case of refractory heart failure with LAD CTO treated with directed reverse CART methods by a junior operator
1099 Mukesh Jha Promed Hospital, India Novel approach for recanalization – Creation of neo ostia of RCA via retrograde septal collaterals for calcified proximal RCA CTO
1105 Kazuho Kamishima Kosei Hospital, Japan A case of RCA ostium CTO
1108 Yuta Imai Saiseikai Shiga Prefecture Hospital, Japan IVUS-guided 3D-wiring with Gaia Next to cross severely collapsed occluded lesion in the case of long LAD CTO with little retrograde option
1110 Takushi Sugiyama Dokkyo Medical University Nikko Medical Center, Japan Successful Retrograde Approach for Ostial RCA CTO
Left Main Trunk / Ostial, Bifurcated Lesion
Sat., October 29, 2022 14:55-16:05
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1076 Donghoon Han Hallym University Kangnam Sacred Heart Hostpital, Korea The Experience of Synergy Megatoron for heavy calcified LM lesion
1087 Ayman Mahmoud Azoz Prince Khalid Bin Sultan Cardiac Center, Saudi Arabia The Last Nail in the Coffin; the Last Chance
1100 Naoya Takahashi Hyogo Prefectural Amagasaki General Medical Center, Japan Challenging case of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for Left Main Trunk performing Directional Coronary Atherectomy and Rotational Atherectomy in a perioperative patient
1106 Viroj Muangsillapasart Chulabhorn Hospital, Thailand Behind the Stone Wall: Ostial Left Main Rotablation
1056 Takayuki Shimmura Seirei Yokohama Hospital, Japan A case that IVUS guide wiring and culottes stenting were effective for a true bifurcated CTO lesion
1083 Yoshimi Numao Itabashi Chuo Medical Center, Japan Stentless Treatment Strategy for Severely Calcified Lesion of Ostial Left Circumflex Coronary Artery with Orbital Atherectomy System Combined with Drug-Coated Balloon Angioplasty
1093 Dian Larasati Munawar Binawaluya Cardiac Center, Indonesia Three-stent strategy DK Crush Techniques in True Left Main Trifurcation: Sequential DK Crush vs Double DK Crush
Complication / Bailout 1
Thu., October 27, 2022 14:00-15:20
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1008 Jinesh Thomas Lourdes Hospital, India Iatrogenic Type C to Type F progression of RCA dissection and vessel salvage
1012 Shinji Imura Okamura Memorial Hospital, Japan Successfully retrieving a guide extension catheter entrapped by a coronary stent in the middle right coronary artery
1025 Woo-Young Chung Boramae Medical Center, Seoul National University, College of Medicine, Korea Broken rotablator burr in LAD. But, survived without either extraction or bypass. Ischemic preconditioning does work
1032 Osit Bambat Chiangraiprachanukroh Hospital, Thailand Dealing with deformed DES loss to the lower limb
1033 Hideto Sangen Hakujikai Memorial Hospital, Japan A case of successful Intravascular Ultrasound-guided Antegrade Dissection Reentry in a case of ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction
1035 Yoshinori Shimooka Megumino Hospital, Japan A bailout case of Rotablator driveshaft fracture and burr entrapment using Fogarty balloon technique
1040 Sanghyo Kim Jeonbuk National University Medical School & Hospital, Korea Catch me if you can; a long journey for retrieving migrated coronary artery stent into tibial artery
1042 Shuhei Uchida Shonan Kamakura General Hospital, Japan A Terrible Case of Left Main Coronary Artery Dissection Caused by Initial Angiography
Complication / Bailout 2
Fri., October 28, 2022 14:00-15:20
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1043 Po-Hsueh Su National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. LAD dissection in primary PCI
1053 Masaomi Gohbara Yokohama City University Medical Center, Japan A case of iatrogenic fistulation between coronary artery and coronary vein during PCI
1060 Yi Pan Li National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Stent dislodgement at left main to proximal circumflex branch of left coronary artery
1082 Heng Shee Kim Okamura Memorial Hospital, Japan Time is the answer
1095 Wongsaput Boonyakiatwattana Chulabhorn Hospital, Thailand When I Overlook Some Previous Mistakes
1097 Nobuhito Yagi Okinawa Chubu Hospital, Japan Successful Bail-Out Stenting for Iatrogenic Right Coronary Artery (RCA) Dissection
1102 Mina Yamashita Ehime Prefectural central Hospital, Japan Successful retrieval of a stripped stent by orbital atherectomy system
1109 Chorchana Wichian Suratthani Hospital, Thailand Catheter induced coronary ostial dissection at the ostium of RCA
Others
Sat., October 29, 2022 14:00-14:50
Room 3
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title
1006 Mitsunobu Kaneko Tokyo Metropolitan Police Hospital, Japan OFDI foretells chronic total occlusion of the future
1007 Paula Mota East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust, UK Anterior STEMI due to occlusive SCAD - IVUS guided wire placement for successful PPCI
1028 Motosu Ando Okamura Memorial Hospital, Japan The Case for Shepherd’s Crook RCA in-stent restenosis that was heavily compressed and narrowed due to the calcified nodule and beating
1034 Kazuhiro Dan Ichinomiyanishi Hospital, Japan Triple coronary vessel disease including double vessel chronic total occlusion: Angio-based physiological assessment minimizes injury of the single vessel that provides collaterals
1068 Ryo Gotoh Shuuwa General Hospital, Japan Stent Thrombosis after COVID19 Infection

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