Fellows Summit

PNEC SIMULATION SUMMIT FOR VASCULAR TRAINEES

The PNEC Simulation Summit for Vascular Trainees offers the opportunity of focused training and certification in the use of endovascular techniques for the management of aortic dissection and rAAA. The Summit provides senior cardiovascular trainees a forum to learn advanced endovascular techniques for the management of aortic dissection and ruptured AAA (rAAA). It also allows the senior trainees the opportunity to attend PNEC, the premier endovascular meeting in the Pacific Northwest. The PNEC Simulation Summit for Vascular Trainees will be held at the Conference Convention Center at Convention Place on Thursday, May 23, 2019, the day prior to PNEC.

PNEC SIMULATION SUMMIT FOR VASCULAR TRAINEES SCHOLARSHIP INCLUDES:

  • Registration to PNEC Simulation Summit for Vascular Trainees on TBD
  • Registration to PNEC on TBD
  • Two nights hotel accommodations at the Paramount Hotel Seattle
  • Economy airfare and ground transportation expense not to exceed $600 USD, reimbursed after the meeting.

 

THE PNEC SIMULATION SUMMIT FOR VASCULAR TRAINEES IS OPEN TO FELLOWS IN THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

  • Senior Cardiothoracic Fellows
  • Senior Peripheral Intervention Fellows
  • Senior Vascular Fellows
  • PGY-5 Integrated Vascular Resident

 

PROGRAM GOALS

  • Enable the cardiovascular trainees (vascular fellow, CT fellow, PGY-5 and PYG-4 integrated vascular residents) a forum to learn advanced endovascular techniques for the management of PAD, aortic dissection, traumatic aortic transection and ruptured AAA (rAAA) from world-class experts in the field.
  • Allow the cardiovascular trainees the opportunity to attend PNEC, the premier endovascular meeting in the Pacific Northwest.
  • Allow opportunity to have focused training in the use of endovascular techniques for the management of PAD, aortic dissection, traumatic aortic transection and rAAA using the most advanced endovascular simulators available.

 

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this activity, the learner should be able to:

  1. Identify the indications for intervention in both acute and chronic type B aortic dissection.
  2. Use thoracic endovascular grafts to manage and treat both acute and chronic type B dissection.
  3. Plan and use thoracic endografts to manage blunt thoracic aortic transection.
  4. Use abdominal endovascular grafts for the management of ruptured AAA.
  5. Use intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) to manage aortic dissection and traumatic aortic transection.
  6. Understand both open and endovascular treatment options for the management of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and critical limb ischemia (CLI) in the femoropopliteal segment.
  7. Describe techniques for treatment of CTO lesions including the use of atherectomy, laser, and re-entry devices.
  8. Describe current data regarding the use of drug-coated balloon (DCB).
  9. Identify and describe imaging modalities used in the management of CLI