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Hands-on SeminarsNEWS&FAQ

Registration to ISMICS2016 Winter Workshop is required in addition to Hands-on Seminar registration.
Please access Registration page for online registration form.


1) TAVI (Sapien) Hands-on Seminar for young surgeons
  Date&Time: Friday, October 28 13:00-15:30
  Room:     Yoshimizu No Ma (East Bldg. 2F, The Westin Miyako Kyoto)
  Capacity:  20 people
  Registraion: Pre-registration is required.
         Registration
  Co-sponsored by: Edwards Lifesciences Corporation

  It has been 2 years since TAVI was introduced in Japan, and now it is one of the standard
   procedures for frail AS patients.In ISMICS2016 Winter Workshop, we hold the hands-on seminar
   for young surgeons who have little chance to practice TAVI because of various reasons.

  With this practical lecture and the training using the real device, let’s deepen your understanding of
   TAVI. We wish a lot of surgeons who are interested in TAVI will join this great opportunity.


2) Off-Pump Coronary Bypass (OPCAB) dry lab bootcamp
     ~How Japanese CV surgeons brush up their skill of coronary anastomosis?~

  Date&Time: Friday, October 28 9:00-12:00
  Room:     Shirakawa No Ma (East Bldg. 2F, The Westin Miyako Kyoto)
  Capacity:  18 people
  Registraion: Pre-registration is required.
         Registration
  Co-sponsored by: EBM Corporation

  Seeking participants in Advanced Hands-on-session for Coronary Artery Bypass Simulator!
  Feedback and assessment will be provided by Japan’s top surgeons!
  Would you like try out the Beating heart simulator “BEAT” and silicone vascular model YOUCAN,
  developed by bioengineering PhDs in Japan, at the Off-Pump Coronary Artery Bypass (OPCAB)
  dry lab?
  Following the example of the U.S., Japan now requires 30 hours of Off-the-Job training (Off-JT)
  when obtaining certification as a cardiovascular surgeon specialist as of May 2016. Off-JT includes
  Dry lab, Wet lab, and Animal lab. However, enhancement of the dry lab, which is the most common
  daily routine training method, is needed to train young people.
  Japan is an advanced country of OPCAB, where more than 60% CABG are performed by Off-pump.   In this program, a Japan developed OPCAB dry lab is provided. This is an excellent opportunity to
  receive technical training on beating-heart coronary artery anastomosis, which is essential for
  cardiovascular surgeons, and receive feed-back and an evaluation from Japan’s top surgeons.
  We welcome you to this exciting program in Kyoto, and seek to spread OPCAB to countries
  around the world. Let’s meet in Kyoto!



3) Terumo’s Beating Porcine Heart off-pump CABG Model
  Date&Time: Saturday, October 29 9:00-12:00
  Room:     Shirakawa No Ma (East Bldg. 2F, The Westin Miyako Kyoto)
  Capacity:  15 people
  Registraion: Pre-registration is required.
         Registration
  Co-sponsored by: Terumo Corporation

  Terumo’s Beating Porcine Heart system is a marvelous technology that realized a real OPCAB
  setting. We have never seen such a practical OPCAB system. The system makes its world debut
  in this ISMICS 2016 Winter Workshop in Kyoto. You will witness the amazing system firsthand in
  the autumn in Kyoto. We will welcome young trainees on Web who graduated within ten years or
  younger than 35 years old (born after 1981). Japan is the most advanced OPCAB country. Skillful
  Japanese OPCAB surgeon will teach you details one-on-one. Please register early on the Web. 



4) Perceval Sutureless Aortic Heart Valve
  Date&Time: Friday, October 28 16:00-18:30
  Room:     Yoshimizu No Ma (East Bldg. 2F, The Westin Miyako Kyoto)
  Co-sponsored by: LivaNova

  LivaNova’s Perceval is a complete sutureless aortic valve that can reduce technical complexity and
  procedural time in both MICS and conventional AVR procedure. This biological valve has been
  mainly used in European countries and approved in U.S.. This valve is scheduled to be approved in
  Japan in the near future. This is the first time Hands-on training in Japan.
  Please feel free to drop in and observe at any time.
     

5) The AVNeo OZAKI valve reconstruction Hands-on seminar
  Date&Time: Friday, October 28 9:00-12:00
  Room:     Yoshimizu No Ma (East Bldg. 2F, The Westin Miyako Kyoto)
  Registraion: Please send e-mail to aveno_admin@jomdd.com and let us know the followings;
          1) Affiliation 2) Position 3) Name 4) Number of AVR you perform per year.
  Co-sponsored by: JOMDD: Japanese Organization for Medical Device Development, Inc.

  The OZAKI AVNeo (Aortic Valve Neo-cuspidization) is the method of new surgical technique using
  patient’s own pericardium that has been devised by Professor Shigeyuki Ozaki (Toho University,
  Ohashi Medical Center, Japan). The harvested pericardium is formed into three leaflets using Ozaki
  sizer and template (Ozaki VRecSTM) and the leaflets are sutured to valve annulus. Reconstructed
  aortic valve behaves as naturally as original valve with excellent hemodynamics and does not
  require anti-coagulant therapy. OZAKI VRecSTM system was notified by Japanese PMDA and
  U.S. FDA in 2014. The hands-on will be a precious opportunity to use the actual device. This time
  Professor Ozaki himself will teach you how to perform the procedure (early registration
  recommended)! Please feel free to drop by and observe.



6) Hands-on for MICS MVP training systems
  Date&Time: Saturday, October 29 9:00-12:00
  Room:     Yoshimizu No Ma (East Bldg. 2F, The Westin Miyako Kyoto)
  Capacity:  12 people
  Registraion: Pre-registration is required.
         Registration

  Simulations for MICS mitral valve repair is prepared in three settings , two dry-labs and one
  wet-lab including 3D-endoscopic setting. Participants rotates three tables and try all three systems
  during a three-hours course. This is a very precious chance to get a hands on education from MICS
  experts and to know effective training systems which can be affordable in a private situation.


ISMICS 2016 Winter Workshop Administration Office

1-1-5-2E, Maedaminami-machi,
Toyohashi, Aichi 440-0851 Japan

TEL +81-532-57-1276
FAX +81-532-52-2883
E-mail: ismics_kyoto@heartorg.gr.jp