• 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)

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

THURSDAY, APRIL 11

Salon A Salon B Salon C
13:00 - 18:00
PRE-MEETİNG COURSE
13:00 - 15:30 CARDIAC MORPHOLOGY COURSE WITH IMAGE CORRELATIONS
Session I
13:00 - 13:30 Normal cardiac anatomy
13:30 - 14:00 Sequential segmental analysis of the cardiovascular anomalies
Morphology
Echocardiography
14:00 - 14:30 Ventricular septal defects
Morphology
Echocardiography
14:30 - 15:00 Mitral and tricuspid valve abnormalities
Morphology
Echocardiography
15:30 - 16:00 COFFEE BREAK
15:00 - 17:45 CARDIAC MORPHOLOGY COURSE WITH IMAGE CORRELATIONS
Session II
15:00 - 15:30 Tetralogy of Fallot
Morphology
Echocardiography
16:00 - 16:30 Complex transposition of the great arteries
Morphology
Echocardiography
16:30 - 17:15 Double outlet right ventricle
Morphology
Echocardiography
17:15 - 17:45 Congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries
Morphology
Echocardiography

FRIDAY, APRIL 12

Salon A Salon B Salon C
08:00 - 08:30 OPENING SPEECH
08:30 - 09:00 KEYNOTE LECTURE
The career and leadership in pediatric cardiology; innovations in the Fly
09:00 - 10:00 Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Joint Session
ADVANCED IMAGING IN INTERVENTIONS AND CARDIAC SURGERY
3-D echocardiography before and during the intervention
The role of 3D printed models before interventional cardiology
Impact of 3D printed modelling and simulation before complex cardiac surgery
Computational fluid dynamics simulation for Fontan surgery
10:00 - 11:00 Interventional Cardiology WG Symposium
STENT IMPLANTATION AT THE RVOT AND PULMONARY ARTERIES
Fetal Cardiology WG Symposium
FETAL AND PERINATAL CARDIOLOGY
Cardiac Surgery WG Symposium
ALL ASPECTS OF PEDIATRIC CARDIOPULMONARY BY-PASS (CPBP)
Tips and tricks in prestenting of the RVOT with conduits Multi-dimensional advanced imaging of the developing embrionic heart Mechanical aspects of CPBP and myocardial protection and randomized trials
Native RVOT prestenting; how to expand the application Normal fetal cardiovascular anatomy and physiology Systemic inflammatory response to CPBP and strategies for prevention
Interventions for the complex PA bifurcation stenosis Fetal circulation in complex congenital heart defects CPBP related lung injury
Tips and tricks in stent implantation for branch PA stenosis Progression and evolution of the heart defects in the fetus
11:00 - 11:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:30 - 12:30 Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Joint Meeting
VASCULAR RINGS, SLINGS & AIRWAY ABNORMALITIES
Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Joint Meeting
ANOMALOUS ORIGIN & ABNORMAL COURSE OF CORONARY ARTERIES
Embryology/anatomy/morphology of vascular rings and slings Diagnostic evaluation, imaging and indication for surgery
Imaging of the vascular rings/slings and airway abnormalities Surgery for anomalous aortic origin and course of coronary arteries
Surgery for vascular rings, slings and airway abnormalities in CHD Surgery for anomalous pulmonic origin of coronary arteries
12:30 - 13:30 LUNCH
13:30 - 14:30 Adult Congenital Cardiology WG Symposium
LATE PROBLEMS AND SEQUELS OF REPAIRED CHD IN ADULTHOOD
Arrhythmias and conduction disorders in adults with CHD
Problems in adults with repaired TOF
Late complications and management after Ross operation
Late complications and management after TGA operations
14:30 - 15:30 SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM; ABBOTT STRUCTURAL SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM; ABBOTT RİTM
15:30 - 16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:00 - 17:00 ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS; IMAGING ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS; GENERAL CARDIOLOGY ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS; SURGERY
17:00 - 18:00 Cardiology And Cardiac Surgery Joint Session
PULMONARY ATRESIA WITH INTACT VENTRICULAR SEPTUM (PA-IVS)
Cardiac Imaging WG Symposium
IMAGING IN AV SEPTAL DEFECT (AVSD )
Transcatheter treatment options in a newborn with PA-IVS Pathologic anatomy of AVSD
Echocardiographic evaluation for 2 vs 1.5 ventricular repair Partial AVSD and transitional rare forms of AVSD
Surgical RVOT reconstruction for promoting biventricular circulation; when/how? Complete AV septal defect
When and how to close the ASDs in those with perforated valves Unbalanced complete AVSD; univentriküler vs biventricular
18:00
TAPCCS BUSINESS MEETING AND ELECTIONS

SATURDAY, APRIL 13

Salon A Salon B Salon C
07:30 - 08:00 INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY BUSINESS MEETING

GUCH WG BUSINESS MEETING FETAL CARDIOLOGY WG BUSINESS MEETING
08:00 - 09:00 Cardiology And Cardiac Surgery Joint Session
PULMONARY VALVE IN TOF
Dysrhythmias WG Symposium
CARDIAC PACEMAKER IN PEDIATRIC AND CONGENITAL CARDIAC PATIENTS
Current approaches in primary RVOT reconstruction in TOF repair and tissue engineering Indication for permanent pacemaker implantation
Indications for pulmonary valve replacement in repaired TOF; is it too late? Device - lead-program selection and ideal "pacing" location
Transcatheter intervention for RVOT dysfunction in repaired TOF patients Follow-up and complications
Surgery for late RVOT dysfunction: to put only valved conduit or with RVOT reconstruction? Cardiac resynchronization treatment (CRT); when and how?
09:00 - 10:00 Cardiology And Cardiac Surgery Joint Session
SUBAORTIC STENOSIS: LOOKS LIKE SIMPLE BUT NOT
Anatomy/morphology in subaortic stenosis
Non-invasive imaging for indication and selection the best option
Surgery in discrete membrane and fibro-muscular tunnel
Surgical relief of subaortic obstruction in HOCM
10.00 - 10.30 COFFEE BREAK
10:30 - 11:30 In Memory Of Dr Burhan Öcal
CONTROVERSIAL GRAY ZONES IN VSD CLOSURE
Cardiac Surgery WG Symposium
TIPS AND TRICKS IN SURGICAL TECHNIQUES
Natural course in isolated VSD Congenital mitral valve surgery; problems and how to deal
Indication and timing in asymptomatic VSD with moderate shunt Tips and tricks in surgery of transposition of great arteries
Aortic valve prolapse and regurgitation in VSD How to repair truncus arteriosus
Left ventricular right atrial communication; is it important? Conduit and valve creation in the operating room
11:30 - 12:30 ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (INTERVENTIONAL) ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (ARRYTHMİAS) ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (SURGERY)
12:30 - 13:30 LUNCH
13:30 - 14:30 Cardiology And Surgery Joint Session
PULMONARY ATRESIA WITH VSD
RECORDED CASES IN FETAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY
Noninvasive imaging; CTA and MRA
Cardiac catheterization; diagnostic evaluation and interventional strategy
Unifocalisation procedures: Indication, timing, techniques and results
14:30 - 15:30 SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM; ABBOTT RHYTHM
15:30 - 16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:00 - 17:00 Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery joint session
TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR CC-TGA WITH VSD AND PS; LONG-TERM RESULTS
Pulmonary Hypertension And Heart Failure WG Symposium
CHD ASSOCIATED PULMONARY HYPERTENSION AND MANAGEMENT
Overview for natural course and treatment options What is new for CHD associated PH in 2018 Guideline
Biventricular conventional repair is the best; simple and good result The role and limitations of anti-PH treatment in pre and post Fontan patients
Univentricular repair or modifications; two ventricles pump to body and preserve RV function Mistakes in the treatment of PH in CHD with case scenarios
Biventricular anatomic repair is the best; Morphologic LV should be systemic ventricle
17:00 - 18:00 ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (INTENSIVE CARE) ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (GENERAL CARDIOLOGY ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (INTERVENTIONAL)
18:00 - 18:30 PC INTENSIVE CARE WG BUSINESS MEETING CARDIAC IMAGIN WG BUSINESS MEETING PH AND HF WG BUSINESS MEETING
19:30 - 23:00
GALLA DINNER and SOCIAL PROGRAM

SUNDAY, APRIL 14

Salon A Salon B Salon C
08:00 - 08:30 DYSRHYHTMIA WG BUSINEE MEETING

ACQUIRED HEART DISEASE AND PREVENTION WG BUSINESS MEETING CARDIAC SURGERY WG BUSINESS MEETING
08:30 - 09:30 CARDIAC SURGERY WG BUSINESS MEETING
Acquired Heart Disease And Prevention WG Symposium
PERICARDIAL DISEASES IN CHILDHOOD
Overview on cardiopulmonary interactions and management Acute pericarditis and myopericarditis
Strategies in left ventricular dysfunction and pulmonary over-circulation Step by step percutaneous pericardiocentesis /drainage
Strategies in pulmonary hypertension and RV Dysfunction Chronic recurrent and constrictive pericarditis
Standard management and weaning strategies in MV after cardiac surgery Congenital anomalies of pericardium
09:30 - 10:30 ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (IMAGING) ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (GENERAL CARDİOLOGY) ORAL ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (SURGERY)
10:30 - 11:00 COFFE BREAK
11:00 - 12:00 INTERVENTIONAL VIDEO AND CASE SESSION SURGICAL VIDEO AND CASE SESSION SVT FROM ECG TO EPS
12:00 CLOSING CEREMONY

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.

IMPORTANT POINTS TO CONSIDER

  • If this is the first time you are using the Online Abstract Module, please register to the system clicking the “New User” button.
  • After completing registration, please follow instructions carefully and make sure you read all the system messages.
  • Please keep a copy of the confirmation e-mail you receive after submitting your abstract.
  • You may follow up on the abstract evaluation process using the module with your e-mail adress and password.

For technical support or questions, please contact:
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Phone : +90 (216) 410 44 14
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You may create a support request via our online system

FEEDBACK

Submitted abstracts will be evaluated via online system and the results are going to be sent via e-mail adress you are registered with, starting on 17th of February, 2019. Entire evaluation process can be followed up on our online system using your e-mail adress and password.

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.
  • All applicable taxes are included in the above prices.
  • Our attendees who are not accommodated in the official congress hotel are going to be charged a daily extra fee of external participant, 70 €. This fee is charged directly by the hotel because of their service concept of “extra all inclusive”. Every congress participant have a right to use extra all inclusive concept during congress scientific programme and hotel does charge this fee for those who are not actually accommodated.

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
Single Room 720 €
Per Person Price in Double Room 540 €

ACCOMMODATION FEE INCLUDES

    Accommodation fee includes full advantages of “extra all inclusive” concept meaning almost all the services you are to receive at the hotel including mini bar usage, lobby and pool bars, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Please kindly note that SPA services are not included in extra all inclusive concept. Check-in time is 14:00 on April 11th, 2019 and check-out time is 12:00 on April 14st, 2019. Accommodation fee based on 3 nights staying with Package price will be fully charged in case of shorter stays.
BUS - MINIBUS 40 € / One way - per person
PRIVATE CAR 90 € / One way

TRANSFER

    Upon request, transfers will be organized (to/from airport or bus station) for the guests who will arrive by April 11th, 2019. Transfer requests should be notified to SymCon no later than April 1st, 2019. The guests will be welcomed at the airport with a congress visual upon their arrival. Please note that the distance between hotel and the airport is about 25 kilometers and it roughly takes 30 – 45 minutes depending on the traffic.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR FIRMS

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Cancellation Policy

All cancellation requests must be sent in writing to SymCon Tourism.
Cancellations until December 1st, 2018 will be refunded as 50% of the payment.
Cancellations after December 1st, 2018 will not be refunded.
All refunds will be reimbursed after the congress as excluding bank charging.

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

All attendees are kindly required to wear name badges during all congress program and events.

CONGRESS BAG

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

HOTEL INFORMATION

Hotel concept is “extra all inclusive” meaning almost all the services you are to receive at the hotel including mini bar usage, lobby and pool bars, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Please kindly note that SPA services are not included in extra all inclusive concept.

AIRPORT TRANSFER

Pick up time for departure transfers is 2 hours before the flight time for the domestic flights and 3 hours before for the international flights. There will be a transfer desk at the lobby. We kindly ask you to check your pick up time with the assigned persons.

INSURANCE

Delegates are advised to arrange health and accident insurance prior to traveling to the Congress. The Congress Organizers will not assume any responsibility for accidents, losses or damages, as well as for delays or modifications in the program, caused by unforeseen circumstances. No claims for indemnification from the organizers shall arise for contractors or participants in case of cancellation, for any reason, of the entire Congress.

CURRENCY

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

BANKING & EXCHANGE FACILITIES

Foreign money can be changed at banks during normal business days (09.00-17.00 Monday-Fridays) as well as at hotels, at the airport and in exchange offices. All major credit cards are accepted in hotels, restaurants and shops. Automated bank machines are available at many points throughout the city and at the airport.

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

   Symcon Turizm
   Atatürk Mah. Vatan Cad. Keskin İş Merkezi No: 22/3        34758 Ataşehir - Kadıköy / İSTANBUL
   +90(216) 580 90 00 pbx pbx
   info@pedkarkongre.com
   www.symcon.com.tr