Strategic Management of Recalled CIEDs

International Lead Management Collaborative Community Symposium:
Strategic Management
of Recalled CIEDs
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER PROGR AM
Heart Rhythm 2015 Satellite Session
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
6:15 – 9:30pm
Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel
Grand Ballroom A
Boston, MA
ccfcme.org/HRSinfection15
This program is not part of Heart Rhythm
2015 as planned by the Heart Rhythm Society
Scientific Sessions Program Committee. This
event is neither sponsored nor endorsed by the
Heart Rhythm Society. This event does qualify
for continuing medical education (CME) credit.
International Lead Management Collaborative Community Symposium:
Strategic Management
of Recalled CIEDs
OB JEC TIVE S
TARGE T AUDIENCE
• Summarize the current environment
of recalled leads
Cardiac Electrophysiologists, Allied
Health (NPs, nurses, and PAs) Infectious
Disease Specialists
• Describe the prevention and treatment
of CIED infection, including the choice
and duration of antibiotic therapy both
as prophylaxis and treatment
• Critically appraise current extraction
strategies and list the indications for
their use in relation to infectious and
noninfectious indications;
• Analyze surgical techniques for
CIED infections and factors
indicating their use.
FACULT Y DISCLOSURE
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Center for Continuing Education has
implemented a policy to comply with
the current Accreditation Council for
Continuing Medical Education Standards
for Commercial Support requiring resolution
of all faculty conflicts of interest. Faculty
declaring a relevant commercial interest
will be identified in the activity syllabus.
AC CREDITATION S TATEMENT
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Center
for Continuing Education is accredited by
the Accreditation Council for Continuing
Medical Education to provide continuing
medical education for physicians.
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Center
for Continuing Education designates this
live activity for a maximum of 2.5 AMA
PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians
should claim only the credit commensurate
with the extent of their participation in
the activity.
Participants claiming CME credit from this
activity may submit the credit hours to the
American Osteopathic Association for
Category 2 credit.
AMERIC ANS WITH
DISA BILITIE S AC T
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Center
for Continuing Education fully intends to
comply with the legal requirements of
the Americans with Disabilities Act. If
you need assistance, please notify Jamie
Belkin Events at 216.932.3448 at least
two weeks prior to the activity.
For further course information please contact Jamie Belkin
Events at events@jamiebelkin.com or 216.932.3448.
For questions about registering online, call 216.932.3448
DIREC TORS
Bruce Wilkoff, MD
Cleveland Clinic
Oussama Wazni, MD
Cleveland Clinic
Charles Kennergren, MD
Sahlegrenska University Hospital
Steve Kutalek, MD
Drexell University
FACULT Y
Charles Love, MD
New York University
Kenneth Ellenbogen, MD
Virginia Commonwealth University
Morio Shoda, MD, PhD
Tokyo Women’s Medical University
Laurence Epstein, MD
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Khaldoun Tarakji, MD, MPH
Cleveland Clinic
Thomas Fraser, MD
Cleveland Clinic
AGENDA
6:15 pm Registration and Dinner
8:15 pm Refreshment Break
6:45 pm Welcome
Oussama Wazni, MD
8:30 pm Infected System Management:
Critical Decisions
Facilitator: Bruce Wilkoff, MD
6:50 pm LEADCONNECTION.ORG:
A New Paradigm
Engaging Every Voice For
Optimal Lead Management
Bruce Wilkoff, MD
7:05 pm Device Recalls: The Era of
Regulation & Outcome Metrics
Kenneth Ellenbogen, MD
7:20 pm Device Malfunction:
Pathophysiology &
Management Implications
Laurence Epstein, MD
7:35 pm Extraction for Class II Indications
Steve Kutalek, MD
7:50 pm Panel Discussion
Bruce Wilkoff, MD
Kenneth Ellenbogen, MD
Morio Shoda, MD, PhD
Laurence Epstein, MD
Steve Kutalek, MD
Case Presentations
Pocket (localized) vs Systemic
Illness Presentation; Is There a
Difference?
Panel Discussion
Charles Love, MD
Oussama Wazni, MD
Charles Kennergren, MD
Thomas Fraser, MD
9:15 pm Clinical Trials Update WRAPPIT:
World-wide Randomized
Antibiotic enveloPe Infection
prevenTion trial (WRAP-IT)
Khaldoun Tarakji, MD, MPH
9:30 pm Final Comments & Adjournment
Bruce Wilkoff, MD
For additional course information and to register, please
visit ccfcme.org/HRSinfection15 or call 216.932.3448.
OVERVIEW
This symposium will address two very important aspects
of the management of Cardiac Implantable Electronic
Devices (CIED) leads namely recalled leads and prevention
and management of infected CIED systems. The program
will include lectures and case based decision making
sessions that cover the above important topics.
ccfcme.org/HRSinfection15
6:15 – 9:30pm
Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel
Grand Ballroom A
Boston, MA
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Heart Rhythm 2015 Satellite Session
COMPLIMENTARY DINNER PROGRAM
Strategic Management
of Recalled CIEDs
International Lead Management
Collaborative Community Symposium:
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