Hall 5 (Salle S6-S7, Floor 0)

08:00 - 09:00 BUSINESS MEETING
11:00 - 11:30 BREAK
11:30 - 13:00

S05
Coronary Arteries in Normal and Abnormal Hearts

Chair: Peter Fritsch, Austria
Co-chair: TBA

Coronary Anomlies- Morphology and demo – identification of patterns at risk,
Matthias Sigler, Germany
ECG, Echo and Stress Test in Coronary Anomalies-what can we expect?,
Stephan Gerling, Germany
MRI, CTA, Angiography in cornary anomalies- do we need additional examinations?,
Christian Meierhofer, Germany
Surgery in Coronary Anomalies- what con be done?,
René Prêtre, Switzerland
The Role of the interventionalist in diagnostics and treatment,
Jamie Bentham, UK

13:00 - 14:30 LUNCH BREAK / JUNIOR SESSIONS / COMMITTEE MEETINGS / INDUSTRY SESSIONS
13:00-14:00

*Session will be in Salle 14, Floor 2

Junior interventionalists meet seniors

Chair: Domenico Sirico, Italy

One learns by experience - How I became an interventional cardiologist

Daniel de Wolf, Belgium
Gianfranco Butera, Italy
Mirella Molenschot, Netherlands
Alain Fraisse, UK
Afrodite Tzifa, Greece

14:30 - 16:00

AS02
Cardiac Imaging / functional assessment
Chair: Milan Prsa, Switzerland
Co-chair: Inga Voges, Germany

O-007 What’s in a shape? Predicting neonatal coarctation of the aorta using 3D statistical shape models of normal and abnormal fetal arch morphology,
Milou PM van Poppel, UK
O-008 Impaired cardiac performance during exercise in preterm born young adults with and without bronchopulmonary dysplasia: an exercise MRI study,
Jarno J. Steenhorst, Netherlands
O-009 Fibrotic myocardial remodeling in children and adolescents after cardiac transplantation – a CMR native T1 mapping study,
Heiner Latus, Germany
O-010 Classification of abdominal lymphatic perfusion pattern after Fontan surgery and association to hypoproteinemia,
Christian Schröder, Germany
O-011 Altered white matter microstructure is associated with executive dysfunction in congenital heart disease across childhood and adulthood,
Melanie Ehrler, Switzerland
O-012 Effects of enzyme replacement therapy on cardiac function and structure in classic infantile Pompe disease – up to 22 years of follow-up,
Linda E Scheffers, Netherlands

16:00 - 16:30 BREAK
16:30 - 18:00

S14
Do we really need a new normal? The evidence for paediatric athlete specific cardiac references values

Chair: Peter Fritsch, Austria
Co-chair: Renate Oberhoffer-Fritz, Germany

The ECG in the paediatric athlete – do we need new reference values ?,
Elena Cavarretta, Italy
Form and function in the healthy paediatric athlete - echocardiographic reference values,
Stephan Gerling, Germany
Raising the bar - normal values for CPET in the paediatric athlete,
Jan Müller, Germany
Using current guidelines to differentiate normal from pathology – can we do everything by the book?
Nathan Riding, UK