Webinar Program, 2020, July 2

17:00 – 17:05
WELCOME  

Moderator:
Martin Czerny
University Hospital, Freiburg, Germany

17:05 17:20
Access vessel site considerations and details making the difference for selective antegrade brain perfusion 

Speaker:
Andreas Martens
Cardiac Surgeon, Medical School, Hannover, Germany

Panel:
Jürg Schmidli, Florian Schönhoff

Voting Moderator:
Martin Czerny

17:20 17:35
Optimal perfusion techniques for open aortic arch surgery in deep hypothermic arrest 

Speaker:
Hansjörg Jenni
Perfusionist, University Hospital Bern, Switzerland

Panel:
Jürg Schmidli, Florian Schönhoff

Voting Moderator:
Martin Czerny

17:35 17:50
Brain-Physiology; NIRS Monitoring: Strengths, Limitations and Future Directions 

Speaker:
John Murkin
Anaesthetist, Lawson Health Research Institute, Ontario, Canada

Panel:
Jürg Schmidli, Florian Schönhoff

Voting Moderator:
Martin Czerny

17:50 18:05
How much monitoring is needed for open arch surgery and endovascular arch repair 

Speaker:
Cornelius Keyl
Anaesthetist, University Heart Center Freiburg Bad Krozingen, Germany

Panel:
Jürg Schmidli, Florian Schönhoff

Voting Moderator:
Martin Czerny

18:05 18:20
Drug influence in brain protection for open aortic arch surgery 

Speaker:
Balthasar Eberle
Anaesthetist, University Hospital Bern, Switzerland

Panel:
Jürg Schmidli, Florian Schönhoff

Voting Moderator:
Martin Czerny

18:20 18:35
Air emboli during stent-graft deployment: serious or negligible? 

Speaker:
Vladimir Makaloski
Vascular Surgeon, University Hospital Bern, Switzerland

Panel:
Jürg Schmidli, Florian Schönhoff

Voting Moderator:
Martin Czerny

18:35 19:00
Q & A and Wrap Up 

Moderator:
Martin Czerny
University Hospital Freiburg, Germany