NTKF Vårmøtet 2021

Velkommen til Vårmøtet 2021 9. april. Dette vil arrangeres som en hybridløsning.

For de som følger på Zoom oppfordrer vi til klinikkvise fellessamlinger som, forhåpentligvis, vil gi rom for diskusjon og meningsytring.

De som har mulighet for fysisk tilstedeværelse kan møte på Rikshospitalet, Rødt aud 10.15-13.15, Grønt aud 13.15-19. Maks 24 tilstedeværende, så fint om Gry eller jeg får påmelding til dette.

Preliminært program finnes på linken under. Industrien bidrar, så i pausene vil det være 7 min foredrag. Temas kommer etterhvert.


Time Description
09.00–12.00 Hjertekirurgiregisteret (eget arrangement).
10.30-12.00 Avd ledere og NTKF (rødt aud)
12.15-13.00 Kvalitetsregisteret orienterer om sitt arbeide (rødt aud)
Grønt aud
13.15-13.30 Break
13.30-13.45 Welcome
13.45-14.30 How to shape the future of cardiology and cardiac surgery. G Dreyfus, Paris
14.30-14.45 Discussion
14.45-15.15 Heart Team Discussions in daily clinical practice, is it a reality? G Dahle, Oslo
15.15-15.30 Discussion
15.30-15.45 Symposium with Abbott
Trifecta Valve clinical update, 10-year experience and clinical audit
Mr Nawwar Al-Attar, who is a cardiac surgeon from Golden Jubilee Hospital, Glasgow
16.00-16.30 Right heart failure in LVAD treatment. E Potapov, Berlin
16.30-16.45 Discussion
16.45-17.00 Symposium with Edwards
Edwards HARPOON mitral procedure by Prof. Andreas Liebold, Ulm
17.00-17.30 Decision making in surgical ablation for AF. Niv Ad, Silver Spring, USA
17.30 -17.45 Discussion
17.45-18.00 Symposium with Medtronic
“New options for improved RF ablation technique
with Medtronic FT-10 generator” Rudi Dupont
18.00-18.30 Artificial intelligence in cardiac surgery, is there a role? E Fosse, Oslo
18.30-18.45 Discussion


Recording of the spring meeting

For passord, kontakt Gry Dahle.


Gilles Dreyfus
Gilles DreyfusProfessor
He attends as speaker most of major International Meetings such as; AATS, EACTS, ESC, Mitral Conclave, ACC. He publishes on a regular basis in scientific journals such as The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery and in The Journal of The American College of Cardiology . Member of ATTS, STS, EACTS, ESC.
Gry Dahle
Gry DahleOverlege, PhD, Leder NTKF
Spesialist i generell kirurgi og thoraxkirurgi,PhD, overlege ved thoraxkirurgisk avd Rikshospitalet , leder av NTKF og medlem av Fagstyret og legeforenkingens Innovasjonsgruppe. Har spesiell interesse for nye innovasjoner og mini invasiv kirurgi/kateterklaff behandling. Er leder av Transcatheter Task Force i EACTS og assiciated editor i Innovations, Euopadirector og medlem av program komite i ISMICS. Sitter i styret i EBCTS (examination board i EACTS).
Nawwar Al-Attar
Nawwar Al-AttarProfessor
Consultant Cardiac and Transplant Surgeon at Golden Jubilee National Hospital, Glasgow. Director of Scottish National Advanced Heart Failure Service Honorary Professor, College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences, University of Glasgow.
Evgenij V. Potapov
Evgenij V. PotapovProf. Dr. med.
Professor, Chair of mechanical sirculatory support program of German Heart institute, Berlin, Germany. Huge experience in LVAD techniques and innovations. He attends as speaker and moderator in major international meetings as AATS, EACTS, ISHLT.
Andreas Liebold
Andreas LieboldProf. Dr. med.
University Hospital in Ulm, Germany.
Will give the lecture «Edwards HARPOON mitral procedure by Prof. Andreas Liebold, Ulm ”
The lecture is a recording of an operation that was used at EACTS TECHNO college in 2020.
Niv Ad
Niv AdProfessor
Previous president and now Editor of Innovations, ISMICS. He has a special interst in mini invasive surgery, atrial fibrillation and research.
Rudi Dupont
Rudi DupontEuropean Product Manager
Working for more than 30 years in an equal part of pharmaceutical and medical device industry, Rudi Dupont joined in 2017 as a Business and Market Development Manger for Surgical treatment of concomitant and standalone/hybrid Atrial Fibrillation and brought with him a total of 12 years. He is also responsible for the Medical and Internal Training and Education within that business segment for the EMEA region.
Erik Fosse
Erik FosseMD, PhD
Specialist in general surgery and thoracic surgery and professor emeritus at the University of Oslo. He heads the Intervention Center at Oslo University Hospital. The intervention center conducts research and development of new treatment methods that involve the use of advanced technology.

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