Upcoming ISHLTv Webinars


 

Pulmonary Hypertension: Where We're Going We Don't Need Roads

Wednesday, July 22, 2020 10:00 – 11:30 AM EDT

Developed from: ISHLT2020 SESSION 05 (ORAL)

 

The Evolving Science of Shock Recognition and Management

Wednesday, July 22, 2020 4:00 – 5:30 PM EDT

Developed from: ISHLT2020 SESSION 02 (SYMPOSIUM)

This session aims to review the evolving understanding of cardiogenic shock, including its varied presentations and trajectories, the importance of hemodynamic data in management, determination of treatment options, and the rapidly growing concept of multidisciplinary shock teams to deliver expedited and patient-centered care.

 

When a Single Ventricle Support is Not Enough

September 2020

Developed from ISHLT2020 SESSION 64 (SYMPOSIUM)

Biventricular failure is associated with high in-hospital mortality. The aim of this session is to explore the clinical utility of extra- and intracorporeal as well as percutaneous MCS for patients persisting biventricular failure. In this session the currently available devices for treating shock and heart failure and a look ahead within this developing field, including new devices and novel indications for established technology should be presented.

 

Molecular Mechanisms of Allograft Injury and CLAD

September 2020

Developed from ISHLT2020 SESSION 69 (ORAL)

 

Segmental and Subsegmental Disease in CTEPH: Misconception and Missed Opportunities

October 2020

Developed from ISHLT2020 SESSION 34 (SYMPOSIUM)

This symposium will specifically focus on segmental and subsegmental disease in CTEPH. The management of segmental and subsegmental disease has evolved over the past decade. Pulmonary endarterectomy and balloon pulmonary angioplasty have been shown to be excellent therapeutic options for these patients. However, both options have not yet been widely adopted due to technical challenges.

 

Hepatitis C+ Donors for Heart Transplantation: Redefining High Risk

October 2020

Developed from ISHLT2020 SESSION 72 (ORAL)

 

Update: COVID-19 and Challenges in Cardiothoracic Transplantation

November 2020

Session information coming soon...

 

Building on a Solid Foundation: Guidelines and Unique Challenges in CF Lung Transplant

December 2020

Developed from ISHLT2020 SUNRISE 04

The focus of this session is to provide an in-depth assessment of CF specific considerations in lung transplant. Recently published referral guidelines will be reviewed with a focus on issues such as adherence and psychosocial factors. Identification of at-risk patients and strategies to enhance waitlist survival will be undertaken. CF specific pre transplant issues and how they influence candidacy will be reviewed including liver disease, non adherence, vascular anatomy and other GIT manifestations.

 

Anticoagulation and Bleeding Complications in MCS Patients

December 2020

Developed from ISHLT2020 SESSION 29 (ORAL)