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THIRTIETH ANNUAL
PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL
VASCULAR SYMPOSIUM
Friday April 19, 2024
Warwick Hotel, Philadelphia, PA

Chairpersons:
Keith D. Calligaro, MD. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.
Matthew J. Dougherty, MD. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.
Douglas A. Troutman, DO. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.

Honorary Chair:
Caron Rockman, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, NYU

8:30 AM
Welcoming remarks
Keith D. Calligaro, MD
Morning Session I. Management of Aortic Disease in 2024 - Part I.
Moderators: Honorary Chair: Caron Rockman, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, NYU. New York, NY.
Darren Schneider, MD. Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
8:40 AM
Technique and Results of Transcaval Approach for Type II Endoleaks in 2024:
Is It Really Better than Other Approaches?

Ross Milner, MD. Director, Aortic Center, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
8:47 AM
Staged Open Treatment of Type B Dissection in 2024: When and How?
Meghan Tracci, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA
8:54 AM
Management of vascular trauma in the pediatric and adult patient.
Dawn Coleman, MD. Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, Duke University, Durham, NC.
9:01 AM
Technique of Open Surgical Management of Aortoiliac Occlusive Disease in 2024:
Does Anyone Do This Anymore?

Audra Duncan, MD. Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, Western Ontario Medical Center, London, ON
9:08 AM
Artificial Intelligence for Aortic Interventions in 2024: You May Be Replaced Sooner Than You Think.
Mark Adelman, MD. New York University. New York, NY.
9:15 AM
Case Presentations
10:00-10:30 AM
Break.

Morning Session II: Management of Aortic Disease in 2024 - Part II.
Moderators: Julia Glaser, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA. Venkat Kalapatapu, MD. Vascular Surgery Program Director, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.
10:30 AM
Endovascular Techniques to Treat Aortic Arch Disease in 2024: Vascular Surgeons Should Be Doing This!
R. Clement Darling, III, MD. Chief, Vascular Surgery, Albany Medical Center. Albany, NY.
10:37 AM
Complex Open Aortic Aneurysm Repair in 2024: How I Do It.
Manju Kalra, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery. Mayo Clinic. Rochester, MN.
10:44 AM
Technique and results of TEVAR/EVAR with Fenestrated/Branch-EVAR in 2024: Its Easier Than You Think (Only Kidding).
Matt Eagleton, MD. Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital. Boston, MA.
10:51 AM
Enhanced Recovery after Aortic Surgery (ERAS) in 2024: You’ll be surprised what you don’t know!
Katherine McGinigle, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, NC.
10:58 AM
What’s New in Surgical Robotics for Vascular Interventions in 2024: We Need to Get Involved!
Alan B. Lumsden, MD. The Walter W. Fondren III Distinguished Endowed Chair, Medical Director, Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center, Houston, TX.
11:05 AM
Case presentations
12:00-1:00 PM
Lunch

Afternoon Session I. Updates on Lower Extremity Revascularization in 2024.
Moderators: Matthew J. Dougherty, MD. Section of Vascular Surgery, Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia, PA.
Joseph Lombardi, MD. Chief, Section of Vascular Surgery, Cooper Medical Center. Camden, NJ.
1:00 PM
Shock-wave Lithotripsy to Treat Calcified Carotid, Common Femoral and Other Arterial Lesions in 2024: Are We There Yet?
Alan Dietzek, MD. Network Chief, Vascular & Endovascular Surgery, Nuvance Health. Danbury Hospital. Danbury, CT.
1:07 PM
Endovascular Treatment of Common Femoral Artery Occlusive Disease in 2024: Are We There Yet?
Peter Faries, MD. Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York, NY.
1:14 PM
Percutaneous femoral-popliteal arterial bypasses via the femoral vein in 2024: Are We There Yet?
Sean Lyden, MD. Chairman, Department of Vascular Surgery, Cleveland Clinic.
1:21 PM
I can still teach Frank Veith something: Unusual Surgical Adjuncts Help Maintain Patency of Tibial PTFE Bypasses (and other pearls).
Enrico Ascher, MD. Clinical Professor, Department of Surgery at NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
1:28 PM
Baloney - I still know more than Enrico Ascher: PTFE Bypasses to Tibial Arteries Work without Unusual Surgical Adjuncts.
Frank J. Veith, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, New York University. New York, NY.
1:35 AM
Case presentations
2:30-3:00 PM
Break

Afternoon session II: Diagnosis and Management of Carotid Disease in 2024.
Moderators: Doug Troutman, DO. Section of Vascular Surgery, Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia, PA.
Danielle Pineda, MD. Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, Abington Hospital. Abington, PA.
3:00 PM
Does Young Age Affect Outcomes After Carotid Intervention in 2024?
Honorary Chair: Caron Rockman, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, NYU. New York, NY.
3:08 PM
Does Gender Affect Outcomes After Carotid Intervention in 2024?
Bernadette Aulivola, MD. Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, Loyola University. Maywood, IL.
3:15 PM
Learning Curve and Proficiency with TCAR in 2024.
William Jordan, MD. Chair, Department of Surgery, Medical College of Georgia.
3:22 PM
Carotid Webs and Other Unusual Indications for Carotid Interventions in 2024.
Bruce Perler, MD. Vice-Chair of Clinical Operations, Johns Hopkins Medical Center. Baltimore, MD.
3:29 PM
Update of SVS Vascular Center Certification Programs for 2024.
Anton Sidawy, MD. Chair, Department of Surgery, George Washington University. Washington, DC.
3:36 PM
Case presentations
4:30 PM
Adjourn Friday Meeting.

THIRTIETH ANNUAL
PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL
VASCULAR SYMPOSIUM
Saturday, April 20, 2024
Warwick Hotel, Philadelphia, PA

Chairpersons:
Keith D. Calligaro, MD. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.
Matthew J. Dougherty, MD. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.
Douglas A. Troutman, DO. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.

Honorary Chairperson:
Caron Rockman, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, NYU

Morning Session I: My worst case with a bad outcome – they happen to me too.
Moderators: Grace Wang, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.
Kryssy Maloni, MD. Vascular Surgery, Medstar, Georgetown University, Washington Hospital Center. Washington, DC.
8:30 AM
Honorary Chair: Caron Rockman, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, NYU. New York, NY.
9:00 AM
Alan B. Lumsden, MD. The Walter W. Fondren III Distinguished Endowed Chair, Medical Director, Houston Methodist DeBakey Heart & Vascular Center, Houston, TX.
9:30 AM
Manju Kalra, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery. Mayo Clinic. Rochester, MN.
10:00-10:30 AM
Break

Morning Session II: Updates on venous disease and dialysis access in 2023.
Moderators: Hong Zheng, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, Reading Hospital.
Sam Tyagi, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, University of Kentucky.
10:30AM
The Physical Sacrifices of Vascular Surgery: If You Have Not Had Neck or Low Back Surgery by the Time You’re 60, Consider Yourself Lucky.
Samuel R. Money, MD. New Orleans, LA.
10:37AM
Current Management of Iliofemoral DVT in 2024
Ali Amin, MD. Chief, Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, St. Joseph Medical Center. Reading, PA.
10:44 AM
Catheter Directed Mechanical Thrombectomy for Intermediate-Risk Acute Pulmonary Embolism in 2023.
Ali Aburahma, MD. Chief, Division of Vascular Surgery, West Virginia University. Charleston, WV.
10:51 AM
Management of Central Venous Stenosis for Dialysis Access.
Ulka Sachdev, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.
10:58 AM
Technical Aspects of Open and Endovascular Repair of Aneurysms and Pseuodaneurysms in AVFs and Grafts in 2024
Larry Scher, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, Montefiore Medical Center. New York, NY
11:05 AM
Case presentations
12:00 PM
Thirtieth Annual Pennsylvania Hospital Vascular Symposium Adjournment

FOURTH ANNUAL
PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL
NON-INVASIVE LABORATORY SYMPOSIUM
Saturday, April 20, 2024
Warwick Hotel, Philadelphia, PA

Chairpersons: Keith Calligaro, MD. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.
Matthew Dougherty, MD. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.
Douglas Troutman, DO. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.
Ray Gaiser, MS, RDMS, RVT. Director of Radiology. Pennsylvania Hospital
Samantha Jacoby, MSM, RVT, Lead Vascular Technologist. Pennsylvania Hospital
1:00 PM
Introduction
Keith D. Calligaro, MD. Chief, Vascular Surgery. Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia.
Moderators Session I: Alan Dietzek, MD. Nuvance Health. Danbury Hospital. Danbury, CT.
Samantha Jacoby, MSM, RVT, Lead Vascular Technologist. Pennsylvania Hospital
1:05 PM
Duplex ultrasound surveillance post-TCAR: what criteria should we use and is it worthwhile?
Doug Troutman, DO. Section of Vascular Surgery, Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia, PA.
1:12 PM
Use of the vascular lab to improve outcomes of hemodialysis access procedures.
Larry Scher, MD. Division of Vascular Surgery, Montefiore Medical Center. New York, NY.
1:19 PM
Mesenteric duplex ultrasound criteria for native arteries and stented arteries.
Ray Gaiser, MS, RDMS, RVT. Director of Radiology. Pennsylvania Hospital.
1:26 PM
The long trip to achieving universal criteria for carotid duplex testing: Are we there yet?
Alan Dietzek, MD. Director, Vascular Service Line, Danbury Hospital. Danbury, CT.
1:33 PM
Case presentations: Challenging cases for the vascular surgeon and vascular laboratory technologist.
2:30 PM
Break
Moderators Session II: Ray Gaiser, MS, RDMS, RVT. Director of Radiology. Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia, PA.
3:00 PM
Exploring techniques, challenges, and combating burnout
Aubrey Rybyinski, BS, RDMS, RVT, FSDMS. Senior Clinical Manager. Navix Diagnostix.
3:15 PM
Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome: A Review
JP Hughes, MBA, RVT, RVS, RPhS, NVS, FSVU. Executive Director of Business Development. Navix Diagnostix.
3:30 PM
Assessment of Deep venous reflux
Patricia Poe, BA, RDCS, RVT, FSVU. Clinical Specialist. enVVeno Medical.
3:45 PM
Dialysis access steal syndrome
Samantha Jacoby, MSM, RVT. Lead Vascular Technologist. Pennsylvania Hospital.
4:00 PM
Pelvic congestion
Adam Olsen, BS, RVT. Director of Radiology Capital Health
4:15 PM
Implementing CEUS in the Vascular Lab
Maria Stanczak, MS, RDMS, RVT, R.T. (R) (M) (ARRT). Assistant Professor, Thomas Jefferson University College of Health Professions
4:30 PM
Interesting case challenges
Traci B. Fox., EdD, RT (R), RDMS, RVT. Program Director, Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Cadiovascular Sonography, Thomas Jefferson University College of Health Professions.
4:45 PM
Renal artery evaluation
Ray Gaiser, MS, RDMS, RVT. Director of Radiology. Pennsylvania Hospital. Philadelphia, PA.
5:00 PM
Evaluation of venous insufficiency patients post-varicose vein procedure
JP Hughes, MBA, RVT, RVS, RPhS, NVS, FSVU. Executive Director of Business Development. Navix Diagnostix.
5:15 PM
RVT to Physician: Effective Communication
Eileen Selph, MSN, RN, RVT. Nurse. Christiana Care. Newark, DE.
5:30 PM
Fourth Annual Pennsylvania Hospital Non-Invasive Laboratory Symposium Adjournment