SASCI Fellows Workshop Program 2014

  • June 07, 2014

SASCI Fellows Workshop Program: 6th till 8th June 2014 – Balalaika Hotel, Sandton

 

Faculty: Chris Zambakides, Farrel Hellig, Dave Kettles, Adriaan Snyders, Anthony Becker, Rafique Essop,
Rashid Essop and J P Theron


Friday 6 June 2014
19.30  Dinner at 19:30 - Out of town delegates staying at the Balalaika Hotel will enjoy an informal dinner at the Bull Run Restaurant.

Saturday 7 June 2014
08:00   Registration
08:15   SASCI Welcome – Chris Zambakides / Farrel Hellig
08:30 Vascular access:
• Radial approach including complications, identification and management – Adriaan Snyders
• Femoral approach including complications, identification and management - Farrel Hellig
09:30   FFR and IFR - Dave Kettles
10:00 Diagnosing pulmonary hypertension in the Cath Lab – pressure measurements and interpretation                      - Rafique Essop
10:30  Tea
11:00   Left Main PCI – Farrel Hellig
12:00  Bifurcations A to Z - Chris Zambakides
13:00  Lunch
14:00  AMI management – examples and evidence – Dave Kettles
14:45  Lesion preparation – calcified lesion, debulking – Anthony Becker
15:30  Tea
16:00  Radiation exposure – Rashid Essop
16:30  Fellows Cases / Interesting cases
17:30  Close
19:00  Dinner at Bull Run, Balalaika Hotel

Sunday 8 June 2014
08:00  SCAI delegates – Feedback
08:10  Complications – Chris Zambakides / All
09:20  Interesting Cases – Chris Zambakides, Fellows – All 
10:10  Feedback
10:30  Close
11:00  Coding and Practise Management – JP Theron  

For any additional assistance or information, please contact the SASCI Office:
George Nel C: +2783 458 5954  Sanette Zietsman  C: +2783 253 5212     events@medsoc.co.za

Download the lectures:

Vascular access: Radial approach including complications, identification and management – Adriaan Snyders

Vascular access:Femoral approach including complications, identification and management - Farrel Hellig

FFR and IFR - Dave Kettles

Left Main PCI – Farrel Hellig

Bifurcations A to Z - Chris Zambakides

 

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