Canadian Coronary Physiology and Invasive Imaging Symposium CPI 2022
23rd Canadian Coronary Physiology and Invasive Imaging Symposium (CPI 2022) Feb. 1 & 2, 2022
Essential Modalities in the Cath Lab to Optimize Patient Outcomes in 2022
This symposium will update practicing interventional cardiologists, cardiology residents & fellows, general cardiologists, internists, cardiovascular surgeons, nurses and technologists in the latest developments in the field of Coronary Physiology and Invasive imaging.
Continuing Medical Education
“This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada”. “This activity has been approved by the Canadian Society for Vascular Surgery”
TBD Credit Hours
At the end of this program, from formal presentations and cases, the participant will be able to:
- Understand pressure derived indices clinical applications, in various conditions.
- Gain new information and applications on epicardial and microvascular dysfunction, by exercise- pressure-, thermodilution- and flow-derived CFR.
- Gain an understanding of current adjunctive invasive imaging modalities, by OCT and IVUS, its applications and limitations.
23rd Canadian Coronary Physiology and Invasive Imaging Symposium (CPI 2022)
TUESDAY, February 1, 2022
Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel: Room: TOPAZ:
Chairman: Donald Palisaitis, MD
18:30 – 19:00
19:00 – 21:00
Welcome Dinner and Fellows Competition (Case Presentations)
WEDNESDAY, February 2, 2022
Hôpital du Sacré-Cœur de Montréal, Room:
Registration and Breakfast
Welcome: Erick Schampaert, MD
DEFINE-GPS: Moving to Physiology 2.0
Justin Davies, MD, London, UK
Post PCI Physiology
Bryan Har, MD, Calgary, AB
Exercise Coronary Physiology in the Cath Lab
Javier Escaned, MD, Barcelona, Spain
What’s Wrong With FFR? (FAME 3, FLOWER-MI, FUTURE)
Nils Johnson, MD, Houston, TX
Interventional Diagnostic Procedures (IDP): Time for a “Canadian” Protocol
Andrea Lavoie, MD, Regina, SK
Steve Miner, MD, Toronto, ON
Olga Toleva, MD, Atlanta, GA
Physiology cases: 4 x 15 min
Live case from St-Francis Hospital, N.Y., N.Y.
Richard Shlofmitz, MD, New York, NY
ILUMIEN IV – Optimal PCI: an update
Allen Jeremias, MD, New York, NY
Stent Expansion: Dual vs. Tapered Mode
Matt Sibbald, MD, Hamilton, ON
Role of Imaging in ISR
Evan Shlofmitz, MD, N.Y. N.Y.
OCT in the Near Future: Automations, OFR
Tej Sheth, MD, Hamilton, ON
OCT cases: 4 X 15 min
Ali Hillani, MD, Hamilton, ON
The Role of IVUS in STEMI and Complex PCI, Lessons
Joost Daemen, MD, Rotterdam, NL
On-going IVUS RCT: IMPROVE, Others
Gary Mintz, MD, Washington, DC
IVUS Cases: 4 X 15 min
Gary Mintz, MD, Washington, DC
Closing remarks and evaluation
Erick Schampaert, MD, Montreal, QC
Erick Schampaert, MD
Montreal, QC, Canada
Tej Sheth, MD
Joost Daemen, MD
Justin Davies, MD
Javier Escaned, MD
Ali Hillani, MD
Allen Jeremias, MD
New York, NY
Nils Johnson, MD
Andrea Lavoie, MD
Steve Miner, MD
Gary Mintz, MD
Donald Palisaitis, MD
Evan Shlofmitz, MD
New York, NY
Richard Shlofmitz, MD
New York, NY
Matt Sibbald, MD
Olga Toleva, MD
This program was made possible due to an Unrestricted Educational Grant from the following companies: 2020
Abbott Medical Canada
Philips North America
Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel
The reduced conference rate at the Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel is $210.00 plus applicable taxes. This rate will be available until January 11, 2022 and after that date on a space available basis at prevailing rates. We encourage you to reserve early to guarantee room rate and availability. for . Please contact the hotel directly at 1-877-231-0748 and refer to the 22nd Annual CPI 2022 in order to receive this reduced rate.
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On or before November 1, 2021
Physicians – $150.00
Residents/Fellows/Nurses – $100.00
After November 1, 2021
Physicians – $200.00
Residents/Fellows/Nurses – $150.00
Full payment must accompany registration. Tuition fee includes the cost of instruction, course kit, breakfast lunch and break daily for the day. Pre-registration is recommended.
REGISTRATION CANCELLATION POLICY
A refund will be granted for cancellations received in writing or by telephone. There is a $50.00 processing fee. No refund will be granted on or after January 15, 2022.
Below please find the information regarding the cases for the Fellows Competition. It seems we have a lot of interest, so please send your case to Don Palisaitis as soon as possible. We need you to register on line at www.xpertize.com where it asks for amount type in 0.00, please also indicate in comments that you are submitting a case for the Fellows Competition. Should your case get accepted as 1 of the 5, we will cover your flight and hotel for 1 night in Montreal (if required). Should it not get accepted, we would still like to have you there, and you would have to cover your travel and hotel.
If you register for TIC as well, we have a special reduced fee of $200.00 for Fellows. Fellows can present cases at the TIC program on either Thursday or Saturday afternoon, providing their responsible physician is present and registered to the meeting.
Dates for CPI – Feb. 1 evening Fellows competition, Marriott Montreal Airport In-Terminal Hotel, Feb. 2 Sacre Coeur Hospital.
Dates for TIC – Feb. 2 evening reception in Tremblant. Program runs from Feb. 2 until Feb. 5, 2022 6:00 pm.
There is a bus from Sacre-Coeur Hospital following CPI which will take you up to Tremblant.
The CPI Fellows Competition remains an exciting forum to share and discuss interesting (confusing?) and challenging cases with world renowned experts on imaging and coronary physiology. We are looking for approximately 4-5 cases of either coronary physiology (FFR, iFR or CFR) or intracoronary imaging (OCT, IVUS) that will be selected to present on the Tuesday evening. We begin at 19h00 sharp.
Each presenter will have a total of 20 minutes. This timing will be carefully monitored by me. The cases are to be submitted to myself, and if selected, then need to be structured so that there are maximum 2 stop points where discussion will be requested.
Do not include slides with extraneous information…go to the point that is the highlight of your presentation. If people want to know more, they will ask. Try to finish within 20 minutes WITH your 2 stop points….
For submissions you will need the following: Summary, with the major teaching point (s). Will need cine loops for most…
Please submit Case to: Don Palisaitis, MD, email@example.com