• 11 - 14 April 2019

    Rixos Premium Otel - Antalya

  • 18. Turkish Pediatric Cardiology
    and Cardiac Surgery Congress

    11 - 14 April 2019

    Rixos Premium Otel - Antalya

  • 18. Turkish Pediatric Cardiology
    and Cardiac Surgery Congress

    11 - 14 April 2019

    Rixos Premium Otel - Antalya

  • 18. Turkish Pediatric Cardiology
    and Cardiac Surgery Congress

    11 - 14 April 2019

    Rixos Premium Otel - Antalya

  • 18. Turkish Pediatric Cardiology
    and Cardiac Surgery Congress

    11 - 14 April 2019

    Rixos Premium Otel - Antalya

  • 18. Turkish Pediatric Cardiology
    and Cardiac Surgery Congress

    11 - 14 April 2019

    Rixos Premium Otel - Antalya

  • 18. Turkish Pediatric Cardiology
    and Cardiac Surgery Congress

    11 - 14 April 2019

    Rixos Premium Otel - Antalya

INVITATION

Dear Colleagues,

We are happy to announce that 18th "National Pediatric Cardiology and Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Congress” which will be held in Antalya at Rixos Premium Belek Hotel Congress Centre during April 11-14, 2019.


In this meeting, we will have more international faculty than previous ones, so Mario Carminati, Giovanni Di Salvo, Ziyad Hijazi, Gregor Krings, Angelini Annalisa, Massimo Caputo, Nagarajan Muthialu, Hakan Akıntürk, Fransesca Pluchinotta in addition to many expert national faculties will participate the meeting and give attractive lectures in their expert areas. Most of the lectures will be given in English in spite of the formal language is Turkish, simultaneous translation from Turkish to English and head-phones will be available in all lectures in the main halls in case of Turkish lectures would happen.


The focus of the traditional pre-meeting half-day course will be on “Cardiac Morphology with Imaging Correlations” for this meeting. The course will be held by invited international faculty, and the emphases will be not only on the observation of the morphologic specimens but also the clinical correlation of these pathologic specimens with different imaging modalities in real life. Morphology lectures will be followed by presentations on how to create 2D/3-D models (echocardiography, CT, MR and 3-D printed models) and the role of advanced imaging techniques in clinical decision making. Considering the lack of well trained cardiac morphologist and pathologists in our region and our country, a “Cardiac Morphology Course” correlating with cardiac imaging will be more attractive for most of the cardiologists as well as the surgeons with upmost participation.


During following days, we will have specific sessions determined by the Working Groups of Pediatric Cardiology, specific sessions for Cardiac Surgeons, and joint sessions that merge both disciplines of Cardiology and Surgery with conjunct speakers. These sessions will involve innovative and contemporary topics and will be presented by experienced national and international authorities.


It is our belief that your valuable contributions with original clinical studies and interesting case reports to the oral and poster presentation sessions, will make this congress even more productive and colorful than ever. In addition to the members of our society, colleagues from different disciplines, nurses, perfusionists and health technicians, all involved in the care of pediatric and congenital heart diseases, are expected to attend the meeting.


I am sure that we will realize a very successful meeting with constantly increasing attendance and contributions of the international and national colleagues, and so you will enjoy the meeting which will happen in the most beautiful days of the spring season in Antalya.


Hope to see you all in Antalya…


Kindest Regards,


Prof Ahmet Celebi MD
President, Turkish Society of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery

Prof. Dr. Ercan Tutar
Scientific Secretary, Turkish Society of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery



Foundation:

Turkish Association of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery

Organizing Committee

President

  • Ahmet Çelebi

General Secretary

  • Kürşat Tokel

Scientific Secretary

  • Ercan Tutar

Treasurer

  • Timur Meşe

Members of the Council

  • Ahmet Şaşmazel
  • Atıf Akçevin
  • Cemşit Karakurt
  • Hakan Ceyran
  • Volkan Tuzcu

  • Presidents of the Working Groups
    Arda Saygılı, Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care WG
    Ayşenur Paç, Adult Congenital Heart Diseases WG
    Ercan Tutar, Fetal Cardiology
    Funda Öztunç, Acquired Heart Disease and Prevention WG
    Kemal Nişli, Interventional Cardiology WG
    Kürşat Tokel, Pulmonary Hypertension and Heart Failure WG
    Selmin Karademir, Cardiac Imaging WG
    Yakup Ergül, Dysrhythmia WG



Scientific Committee

President

  • Ahmet Çelebi

Scientific Secretary

  • Ercan Tutar

International Scientific Committee

  • Annalisa Angelini, Italy
  • Mario Carminati, Italy
  • Giovanni Di Salvo, UK
  • Orhan Uzun, UK

National Scientific Committee (Turkey)

  • Ahmet Şaşmazel
  • Arda Saygılı
  • Atıf Akçevin
  • Ayşenur Paç
  • Cemşit Karakurt
  • Funda Öztunç
  • Hakan Ceyran
  • Kemal Nişli
  • Kürşad Tokel
  • Selmin Karademir
  • Timur Meşe
  • Volkan Tuzcu
  • Yakup Ergül



International Faculty

Hakan Akıntürk (Germany)
Angelini Annalisa (Italy)
Massimo Caputo (UK)
Mario Carminati (Italy)
Ziyad Hijazi (Qatar)
Gregor Krings (Netherland)
Nagarajan Muthialu (UK)
Fransesca Pluchinotta (Italy)
Giovanni de Salvo (UK)
Mesud Talat Yelbuz (Saudi Arabia)


National Faculty

Koray Ak
Figen Akalın
Atıf Akçevin
Celal Akdeniz
Alp Alayunt
Dursun Alehan
Nahide Altuğ
Sait Aşlamacı
Semra Atalay
Yüksel Atay
Canan Ayabakan
Numan Ali Aydemir
Ümrah Aydoğan
M. Fatih Ayık
Pelin Ayyıldız
Kadir Babaoğlu
Şevket Ballı
Osman Başpınar
Ali Baykan
Kemal Baysal
Mehmet Salih Bilal
Meki Bilici
Özlem Bostan
Orhan Bulut
Naci Ceviz
Hakan Ceyran
Ahmet Çelebi
Alpay Çeliker
Fatih Çerkeş
Ergün Çil
Aygün Dindar
Rıza Doğan
Rukiye Eker Ömeroğlu
Filiz Ekici
Özlem Elkıran
Abdullah Erdem
İlkay Erdoğan
Ersin Erek
Yakup Ergül
İlker Ertuğrul
Zeynep Eyileten
Ayşe Güler Eroğlu
Dolunay Gürses
Alper Güzeltaş
Olgu Hallıoğlu
Ali Can Hatemi
Sertaç Haydın
Emine Hekim Yılmaz
Erkan İriz
Mehmet Karacan
Selmin Karademir
Cem Karadeniz
Tevfik Karagöz
Cemşit Karakurt
Fırat Kardelen
Mehmet Kervancıoğlu
Ayhan Kılıç
Zübeyir Kılıç
Mustafa Kır
Murat Koç
Gülendam Koçak
Tolga Köroğlu
Mustafa Kösecik
Serdar Kula
Ali Kutsal
Osman Küçükosmanoğlu
Ertürk Levent
Timur Meşe
Nazmi Narin
Kemal Nişli
Deniz Oğuz
Haşim Olgun
Oğuz Omay
Öztekin Oto
Ender Ödemiş
Taliha Öner
Utku Arman Örün
Nazan Özbarlas
Murat Özkan
Süleyman Özkan
Süheyla Özkutlu
Kazım Öztarhan
Funda Öztunç
Erkut Öztürk
Ruhi Özyürek
Ayşenur Paç
Mustafa Paç
Tufan Paker
Gül Sağın Saylam
Levent Saltık
Ayşe Sarıoğlu
Tayyar Sarıoğlu
Nejat Sarıosmanoğlu
Alper Savaş
Arda Saygılı
Ahmet Şaşmazel
Ömer Faruk Şavluk
İ. Cansaran Tanıdır
İrfan Taşoğlu
Emin Tireli
Kürşad Tokel
Sedef Tunaoğlu
Ercan Tutar
Volkan Tuzcu
Halil Türkoğlu
Rıza Türköz
Birsen Uçar
Tayfun Uçar
Baran Uğurlu
Adnan Uysalel
Birgül Varan
Can Vuran
Yalım Yalçın
Yusuf Kenan Yalçınbaş
Arif Yılmaz
Mustafa Yılmaz
Murat Muhtar Yılmazer
Nurgül Yurtseven
İlker K. Yücel
Çiğdem Zeybek


*The list is alphabetically ordered according to family name.

MAIN TOPICS

  • Acquired heart diseases in children adolescents
  • Arrhythmias in paediatrics and congenital heart diseases
  • Basic and advanced cardiac imaging for interventionists and surgeons
  • Cardiac morphology with image correlation
  • Grown-up congenital heart diseases
  • Fetal Cardiology
  • Intensive care for pediatric and congenital cardiac patients
  • Interventional cardiology in pediatric and congenital heart diseases
  • Management of congenital heart diseases
  • Pediatric and Congenital Cardiac Surgery
  • Pulmonary hypertension








SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

TOPICS/PROVISIONAL PROGRAM
TURKISH PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY AND CARDIAC SURGERY CONGRESS, April 11-14th, 2019,

APRIL 11TH, 2019; CARDIAC MORPHOLOGY COURSE with image correlations
a.     Normal anatomy and conduction system of the heart
b.     Pathologic anatomy of septation defects
c.     Morphologic demonstration of complex congenital heart disease
d.     Extra-cardiac vascular anomalies
e.     Cardiac morphology and 3D ECHO correlations
f.     Cardiac morphology and 3D CT/MRI correlations
g.     Cardiac morphology and 3D printing models correlations

APRIL 12-14, 2019; SESSIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING DAYS
KEYNOTE LECTURE: The career and leadership in pediatric cardiology; Innovations in the Fly!

1.     Pulmonary atresia with intact ventricular septum (PA-IVS)
        Surgery and Cardiology joint session
a.     Morphology and imaging for 2 vs 1.5 ventricular repair
b.     Transcatheter treatment options in a newborn with PA-IVS
c.     Surgical RVOT reconstruction for promoting biventricular circulation; when and how?
d.     When and how to close the ASDs in those with perforated valves

2.     Congenital left ventricular inflow obstructions
        Surgery and Cardiology joint session
a.     Pulmonary vein obstructions; is it rare or underdiagnosed?
b.     Echocardiography for surgical planning in congenital mitral valve stenosis
c.     Transcatheter interventions for LV inflow obstructions
d.     Surgery for congenital pulmonary vein and mitral valve stenosis

3.     Systemic vascular and airway abnormalities
        Surgery and Cardiology joint session
a.     Anatomy/morphology/embryology of vascular rings
b.     Imaging of the vascular rings and airway abnormalities
c.     Surgery for vascular rings and slings
d.     Surgery for airway abnormalities in CHD

4.     Complex pulmonary atresia (PA) with VSD
        Surgery and Cardiology joint session
a.     Noninvasive imaging; CTA and MRA
b.     Cardiac catheterization I; diagnostic evaluation
c.     Cardiac catheterization II; interventional strategy in PA VSD
d.     Complex surgical unifocalisation procedures

5.     Anomalous aortic origins and abnormal course of coronary arteries
        Surgery and Cardiology joint session
a.     Diagnostic evaluation and imaging
b.     Anomalous aortic origins and abnormal course of coronary arteries
c.     Intramyocardial course of coronary arteries (myocardial bridging)
d.     Surgical treatment

6.     Advanced imaging for the optimization of pediatric cardiac surgery
        Surgery and Cardiology joint session
a.     Patient specific/individualized imaging; sufficient one/best one for a surgeon
b.     When do we need invasive imaging and hemodynamic study?
c.     3D printed modelling and simulation before cardiac surgery
d.     Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation for cardiac surgery

7.     Long term results of Fontan palliation
        Surgery and Cardiology joint session
a.     Ideal Fontan Criteria; Is it historical or still important for long-term results?
b.     Late problems encountered in Fontan circulation and management
c.     Mechanism of heart failure in Fontan circulation; new approaches in the management
d.     Fontan conversion; what are the options?

8.     Pulmonary valve in TOF
        Surgery and Cardiology joint session
a.     Current approaches in primary RVOT reconstruction during TOF repair
b.     Indications for pulmonary valve replacement in repaired TOF; is it too late?
c.     Surgery for late RVOT dysfunction: to put only valved conduit or with RVOT reconstruction?
d.     Transcatheter intervention for RVOT dysfunction in repaired TOF patients

9.     Cardiovascular imaging for planning and making the intervention
        Interventional cardiology symposium
a.     The role of 3D ECHO before and during the interventions
b.     3D CT and MR angiography
c.     Rotational 3D Angiography
d.     3D printed models

10.   Controversial gray zones in VSD closure
        Surgery and Cardiology joint session
a.     Natural course in isolated VSD
b.     Indication and timing in asymptomatic VSD with moderate L-R shunt
c.     Aortic valve prolapse and regurgitation in outlet VSDs
d.     Left ventricular right atrial communication; is it important?

11.   Subaortic stenosis: looks like simple but not
        Surgical and Cardiology joint session
a.     Anatomy/morphology in subaortic stenosis
b.     Non-invasive imaging for indication and selection the best option
c.     Surgery in subaortic discrete membrane
d.     Surgical techniques in the treatment of fibro-muscular tunnel
e.     Surgical relief of subaortic obstruction in HOCM

12.   Transcatheter interventions in pulmonary arteries
        Symposium: WG of Interventional Cardiology
a.     Supravalvar MPA and complex bifurcation stenosis
b.     Branch and peripheral PA stenosis
c.     Cutting balloon angioplasty in pulmonary arteries

13.   Late problems and sequels encountered in adults with repaired CHD
        Symposium: WG of GUCH
a.     Arrhythmias and conduction disorders in adults with CHD
b.     Late complications and problems in repaired TOF and pulmonary atresia
c.     Late complications encountered in adults after Ross operation
d.     Late complications and management after atrial switch, arterial switch and Rastelli operations

14.   Cardiopulmonary interactions and mechanical ventilation (MV)
        Symposium: WG of Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care
a.     Cardiopulmonary Interactions during MV and in response to pH-blood gases
b.     Standard management and weaning strategies in MV after cardiac surgery
c.     Strategies in left ventricular dysfunction and pulmonary over-circulation
d.     Strategies in pulmonary hypertension and RV Dysfunction

15.   Pericardial diseases in childhood
        Symposium: WG of prevention and acquired heart disease in children
a.     Acute pericarditis and myopericarditis
b.     Step by step percutaneous pericardiocentesis/drainage
c.     Chronic recurrent and constrictive pericarditis; differential diagnosis
d.     Congenital anomalies of pericardium

16.   Cardiac pacemaker in pediatric and congenital cardiac patients
        Symposium: WG of Dysrhythmias
a.     Indication for permanent pacemaker implantation
b.     Device-lead-program selection and ideal "pacing" location
c.     Follow-up and complications
d.     Cardiac resynchronization treatment (CRT); when and how?

17.   Fetal and perinatal cardiology
        Symposium: WG of Fetal Cardiology
a.     Normal fetal cardiovascular anatomy and physiology
b.     Fetal circulation in complex congenital congenital heart defects
c.     Progression and evolution of the heart defects in the fetus
d.     Management of the delivery in a fetus with significant CHD

18.   Imaging in AV septal defect
        Symposium: WG of Cardiac Imaging
a.     Partial AV septal defect
b.     Complete AV septal defect
c.     Rare and transitional forms of AV septal defects
d.     Unbalanced complete AV septal defects

19.   Treatment options for ccTGA with VSD and pulmonary stenosis; Debate
        Symposium: WG of Surgery
a.     Natural course: Don’t touch if asymptomatic with a good oxygen saturation
b.     Biventricular conventional repair is the best; simple and good result
c.     Univentricular repair or modifications; two ventricles pump to the body and preserve RV function
d.     Biventricular anatomical repair is the best; systemic ventricle should be morphologic LV

20.   Surgery for complex TGA with VSD and LVOT obstruction
        Symposium of Surgery WG
a.     Preoperative evaluation for the best surgical option
b.     Difficult cases in Rastelli operation
c.     Nikaidoh operation; when and how?
d.     REV and rarely performed procedures

21.   All aspects of pediatric cardiopulmonary by-pass (CPBP)
        Symposium: WG of Surgery
a.     Mechanical aspects of CPBP and myocardial protection
b.     Systemic inflammatory response to CPBP and strategies for prevention
c.     CPBP related lung injury
d.     Neurologic and cerebral protection strategies during CPBP

22.   Extracorporeal life support (ECLS) for cardiac patient
        Symposium: WG of Surgery
a.     Follow-up and management of a patient under ECMO
b.     Univentricular vs biventricular assist device; When and which one?
c.     Drug usage and dosages under ECMO
d.     New and developing ventricular assist systems

23.   Satellite Symposium supported by Abbott Medical
Transcatheter defect closure in interesting extreme cases


VIDEO AND CASE SESSIONS
A.     Surgical Video Session
            a. 4 cases will be invited or selected from that would be sent
B.     Interventional Video/Case session; Dilation and vascular communications
            a. 4 - 6 cases invited or selected from that would be sent
C.     Arrhythmia and electrophysiology; from ECG to EPS
            a. 4 - 6 cases

ABSTRACT SESSİONS


ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT CATEGORIES

  1. Echocardiography and Noninvasive Imaging
  2. Pediatric Dysrhythmias
  3. Interventional Cardiology
  4. Pediatric and Congenital Heart Surgery
  5. General Cardiology (Rheumatic fever, pulmonary hypertension, adult congenital heart etc.)
  6. Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care


Abstract Submission Deadline: FEBRUARY 1, 2019


Rules of Abstract Submission

  • Abstracts are only accepted by online
  • Although official language of the congress is Turkish, international attendees can submit abstracts in English.
  • All the author’s names/surnames and affiliations should be stated in the Title.
  • Do not use any abbreviations in the Title.
  • Do not state author or institution name(s) in the abstract body.
  • Please state your preference of abstract presentation (oral or poster). Presenting author should be underlined.
  • Abstract body should not exceed 350 words.
  • Abstract body should be organized as “Objective”, “Methods”, “Results”, and “Discussion and Conclusion” for original studies and “Introduction”, “Case(s)”, and “Discussion and Conclusion” for Case Reports.
  • You can attach maximum 2 tables/figures (2 figures or 2 tables or 1 figure + 1 table).
  • Abbreviations in the abstract body should be explained (except well-known abbreviations, EKG, MRI etc) where first cited.
  • Human studies should have ethical approval.
  • Accepted abstracts will be published without any correction, so the responsibility will belong to the author(s)
  • All further correspondences will be done by e-mail.
  • Presenting author should have a registration for congress.

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REGISTRATION & ACCOMMODATION

REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION FEES PRICE
Physicians 350 €
Fellows, Nurses, Technicians and Students 250 €
INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL 350 €
DAILY REGISTRATION 150 €

  • A DISCOUNT of 15% is available for registrations received before January 18th, 2019.
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REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES

  • Congress program book and name badge
  • Attendance to scientific program
  • Certificate of attendace
  • Congress bag
  • Social program and Gala night
  • Access to exhibition area

ACCOMMODATION

RIXOS OTEL PRICE
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Per Person Price in Double Room 540 €

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GENERAL INFORMATION


CONGRESS DATE & CONGRESS VENUE

11 - 14 April 2019 at Rixos Premium Belek Hotel, Antalya, Turkey

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE

Most of the lectures will be given in English in spite of the formal language is Turkish. Simultaneous translation between Turkish and English as well as head-phones will be available in all lectures in the main halls.

CERTIFICATE OF ATTENDANCE

Certifi¬cate of attendance will be delivered at the registration desk or send by e-mail in PDF format.

NAME BADGES

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CONGRESS BAG

Congress bags including programe and abstract books will be provided for the attendees. Everybody soft e- abstract

HOTEL INFORMATION

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AIRPORT TRANSFER

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INSURANCE

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CURRENCY

Turkish currency is the Turkish Lira (TL). Exchange rates are set daily by the Central Bank.

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LOCAL TIME

GMT+2 (GMT = Greenwich Mean Time).

ELECTRICITY

Turkey has 220 volts/50 Hz. Electricity and the socket type is European standard. (2-pin plug). British and USA appliances need an adaptor.





SCIENTIFIC SECRETARIAT

   Prof. Dr. Ercan TUTAR
   ercantutar@gmail.com
   Turkish Association of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac        Surgery
   Hoşdere Caddesi No:180/4 Çankaya / ANKARA
    +90(312) 212 02 00
   www.turkpedkar.org.tr

CONGRESS ORGANISER

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