Case Submission: Coronary

Case Submission 2019 Accepted cases

*The list of accepted cases with presentation schedule is followed by the below notes.

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AMI, ACS 1
Friday, October 25 8:50-10:10
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1010 Chien-Hung Hsueh Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Quantitative flow ratio guided percutaneous coronary intervention for STEMI with multi-vessel disease
1022 Masaki Ito Teikyo University, Japan ST-elevation myocardial infarction due to LAD proximal lesion with chronic total occlusion of LAD mid lesion.
1023 Kota Komiyama Mitsui Memorial Hospital, Japan Successful PCI for STEMI with giant thrombus due to giant coronary artery ectasia.
1026 Swaroop Govind Bharadi Care Hospitals Hitech City, India LEFT MAIN PRIMARY PCI-THE GREAT ESCAPE WHEN ALL ROADS WERE BLOCKED - "DOES INHOUSE PRIMARY PCI TEAM MATTER ?"
1027 Koichi Ohashi Tokyo Metropolitan Bokutoh Hospital, Japan Usefulness of the Impella 2.5 in patients with acute coronary syndrome and cardiogenic shock caused by left main trunk thrombus
1036 Mitsutoshi Yokota Chiba Nishi General Hospital, Japan A Case of High Risk ACS which was successfully treated by RotaPro with Excimer Laser
1041 Makio Muraishi Tokyo Bay Urayasu Ichikawa Medical Center, Japan Successful Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) and Complication in a Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection (SCAD) with STEMI Treated with Cutting Balloon Angioplasty.
1118 Marc Bedossa University Hospital of Rennes, France A non usual STEMI with Cardiogenic Shock after Cardiac Surgery
AMI, ACS 2
Saturday, October 26 8:50-10:10
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1044 Motosu Ando Okamura Memorial Hospital, Japan A case of acute broad anterior wall myocardial infarction carried by cardiopulmonary arrest
1052 Yik Ching Hung Tuen Mun Hospital, Hong Kong Reverse Wiring of Anomalous RCA during CPR and Primary PCI
1080 Asa Phichaphop mahidol university, Thailand High Thrombus burden in STEMI how we solved
1098 Kazunori Takemura Ayase Heart Hospital, Japan Long distance of Spontaneous Coronary artery dissection involving LMT in a midde-aged man
-Complete rapid healing and clinical usefulness of CABG as a temporizing strategy-
1106 Kai Ninomiya Mitsui Memorial hospital, Japan Resolution of coronary thrombosis under edoxaban treatment in recent STEMI
1116 Min-Woong Kim Hanmaeum Hospital, Hanyang University Medical Center, Korea How to Overcome Tortuous and Angulated Lesion at RCA STEMI
1117 Cheuk Hang Tsang Princess Margaret Hospital, Hong Kong PCI in severe LM disease with mechanical support
1145 Masao Yamaguchi Tsuchiura Kyodo General Hospital, Japan Two Distinct Characteristics of Plaque Erosion by Multimodality Intracoronary Imaging
Calcified Lesion 1
Friday, October 25 14:50-16:00
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1040 Toru Tagashira Kita-harima Medical Center, Japan A Case of bailout from the left descending artery occlusion by the destruction of the stent due to the jumping crown of the Orbital Atherectomy System
1045 Rong-Chong Huang Beijing Friendship Hospital, People's Republic of China Strategy of PCI for a Patients with calcification restenosis lesion
1046 Kenta Ishibashi Tokyobay Urayasu Ichikawa Medical Center, Japan Rotational Atherectomy under V-A Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) to Severely Calcified Proximal Left Coronary Artery Stenosis for Patients with Severe Aortic Valve Stenosis; A Challenging Case Report.
1053 Kin Ho Wong Pok Oi Hospital, Hong Kong Carve your way! Orbital atherectomy with mechanical circulatory support in severely calcified lesion
1079 Toshihiko Kishida Saiseikai Yokohama City Eastern Hospital, Japan Successful treatment with Diamondback 360? as a pre-treatment for stenting for calcified lesion
1082 Daisuke Terashita Kitaharima Medical Center, Japan A case of successful PCI for severe calcified, tortuous and tight stenotic lesion, using novel 0.03 inch semi-compliant balloon
1096 Sang Hyun Park Eulji University Hospital, Korea Two buddies may be better than one: Use of two buddy wires to modify an unexpanded heavy calcified lesion
Calcified Lesion 2
Saturday, October 26 14:30-15:30
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1097 Tatsuya Shigematsu Ehime Prefectural Central Hospital, Japan ST-elevation myocardial infarction with calcified nodule at the right coronary artery ostium treated using stent-less strategy
1101 Kohei Asada Shiga University of Medical Science, Japan A severely calcified coronary lesion that a burr cannot penetrate
1107 Naoya Takahashi Hyogo Prefectual Amagasaki General Medical Center, Japan Utility and limitation of delivering Rotablator through a guiding extension catheter
1108 Daijiro Tomii Mitsui Memorial Hospital, Japan Nodular Calcification Induced by Hinge Motion of Right Coronary Artery
1111 Takushi Sugiyama Dokkyo Medical University Nikko Medical Center, Japan The successful bailout procedure for multiple blow out perforations of the left anterior descending coronary artery after rotational atherectomy and stenting.
1113 Wonho Kim Eulji University Hospital, Korea Successfully managed two catastrophic events in a patient with complex coronary artery disease
CTO 1
Thursday, October 24 14:10-15:30
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1003 Tse-Hsuan Yang Kaohsiung Veteran General Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Integrated application of antegrade and retrograde recanalization for chronic total occlusion
1004 Mitsunobu Kaneko Tokyo Metropolitan Police Hospital, Japan Retrograde approach PCI for LAD-CTO, via an ipsilateral intra-septal collateral channel
1008 Nicholas Chua Universiti of Teknologi MARA, Malaysia Ping Pong PCI to CTO LCx via OM1
1011 Cho Han Lee Yunlin Christian Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Retrograde knuckle wire technique for non-stump ostial RCA CTO
1025 Ikuma Sasaki Nagoya Ekisaikai Hospital, Japan The case of DCA in LAD os-CTO.
1032 Hyeon Jeong Kim Kyungpook National University Hospital, Korea A tough case of double CTO failed IVUS guided rewiring about LAD long false lumen wiring. Finally LAD CTO treated with retrograde approach using epicardial channel.
1038 Michitomo Kawahito Shizuoka City Shizuoka Hospital, Japan Successful revascularization of RCA-CTO was effective for global left ventricular function in a diabetic patient with post coronary artery bypass grafting
1042 Munenori Okubo Gifu Heart Center, Japan Step by step procedure to perform LCx non-stump CTO via retrograde epicardial channel from the #4AV of RCA CTO distal
CTO 2
Friday, October 25 10:20-12:20
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1048 Tomohiro Yamaguchi Osaka City University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan A successful case of calcified CTO lesion using retrograde approach after orbital atherectomy for donor artery.
1050 Keita Inanaga Aso Iizuka Hospital, Japan A case of RCA CTO
1051 Jonathan G. Sung Tuen Mun Hospital, Hong Kong Silent Complication in CTO PCI
1055 Kabul Priyantoro Binawaluya Cardiovascular Center, Indonesia Long Way through the Bumpy Road for the New Hope:
Successful PCI for Very Long CTO RCA with Critical and Heavily Calcified Donor Artery
1062 Yuta Imai Saiseikai Shiga Prefecture Hospital, Japan A pitfall of IVUS-guided parallel wire technique in the case of tortuous LCx CTO
1070 Kiwamu Sudo Saiseikai Utsunomiya Hospital, Japan A case of successful antegrade approach for LAD CTO by using Parallel Wire Technique.
1086 Takahiro Arimura Fukuoka City Hospital, Japan One of the reentry techniques while the GW crossing through the true lumen from the large sub-intimal space to adventitia by using IVUS on CTO-PCI
1088 Suma M Victor Madras Medical Mission, India Retrograde CTO through ipsilateral collaterals
1090 Hideto Sangen Hakujikai Memorial Hospital, Japan A lotus root-like appearance in chronic total occlusion at right coronary artery.
1092 Chenh-Chung Hung Kaohsiung Veteran General Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Calcified CTO lesion management
1099 Mathews Paul Moulana Hospital, India The Way Became the Goal!
CTO Crossed with Retrograde Wire as Reference.
1100 Ying-Chang Tung Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Post-CABG LM CTO PCI in an elderly patient with NSTEMI  
CTO 3
Friday, October 25 13:40-14:40
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1102 Koki Omi Nihonkai General Hospital, Japan A case of complicated uncontrollable Knuckle Wire Technique (KWT) at long CTO PCI
1105 Jialing Lin National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Back on the right track
1114 Yao Chang Wang Cheng Hsin General Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Stumpless CTO
1120 Cheng-Yu Ko National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. The jailed obtuse marginal branch. Let's reverse the condition!
1121 Hiroyuki Yokota Saiseikai Utsunomiya Hospital, Japan A case which complete revascularization was achieved by performing PCI in stages while performing ischemic evaluation on severe three-vessel lesions including CTO.
1123 Noriaki Takeda Ootakanomori Hospital, Japan Successful reattempt PCI for RCA CTO by percutaneous coronary baypass using 4 Graftmaster stents
CTO 4
Saturday, October 26 13:10-14:30
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1134 Takahide Suzuki JA Hokkaido Asahikawa Kosei General Hospital, Japan Unexpected cardiogenic shock due to sinus node artery occlusion
1124 Yen Bo Su Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. A difficult dilemma encountered during a successful revascularization of a chronic total occlusion in left anterior descending artery.
1126 Kai Song Dong-A University Hospital, Korea Antegrade Knuckle wire technique in RCA CTO PCI
1127 Xuan Jin Dong-A University Hospital, Korea Nightmare of PCI at long RCA ISR-CTO lesion
1128 Wataru Takagi Kagawa Prefectural Central Hospital, Japan A case of the effectiveness of using ELCA for CTO lesion with severe calcification
1130 Yusuke Inagaki Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital, Japan Treatment strategy for multi-vessel chronic total occlusion with very severe calcification
1144 Reiko Shiomura The Fraternity Memorial Hospital, Japan Successful treatment of chronic total occlusion of left descending artery with anomalous origin of left coronary artery after transcatheter aortic valve implantation
1024 Masatoki Yoshida Okayama University, Japan A CHIP case presentation; RCA CTO PCI contributed to the improvement of functional mitral regurgitation with severe LV dysfunction.
LMT/Long, Diffuse Lesion, Small Vessel
Friday, October 25 16:10-17:40
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1009 Yusuke Uemura Anjo Kosei Hospital, Japan Case; Two different interventions to the same post-CABG patient with ostial LM calcified lesion
1019 Mohamed Elsayed Radwan Chang Gung Memorial Unversity Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Distal Left main calcified bifurcation lesion with difficult LAD angulation managed with reverse wire technique .
1072 Tomoya Fukagawa Saiseikai Yokohama-City Eastern Hospital, Japan A successful case of IMPELLA-assisted PCI for LMT bifurcation with calcification.
1110 Akihiko Miyata Amagasaki General Medical Center, Japan A case of coil embolization for LMT aneurysm
1112 Takuro Hamamoto National Hospital Organization Nagasaki Medical Center, Japan One case of PCI using Directional Coronary Atherectomy (DCA) for incomplete stent appositin (ISA)
1002 Carl Dominic P. Tolentino The Medical City, Philippines Diffuse, Tortuous, and Calcified LAD Lesion Treated by Rotablation and Extension Catheter; Complicated by Dissection with Bail-out PCI; and Post-Intervention IVUS
1056 Kyaw Zaw Lin Takase Clinic, Japan Making Back-up Support is the only useful procedure (method) for PCI to Native LAD via LIMA
1067 Mana Hiraishi Kita-Harima Medical Center, Japan Successful PCI for a diffuse lesion with marked positive remodeling
1133 TungLin Tsui Saint Mary's Hospital Luodong, Taiwan, R.O.C. Tragedy after post-dilatation for long diffuse lesion
Ostial, Bifurcated Lesion/Restenosis
Thursday, October 24 10:40-12:10
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1005 Lap Tin Lam Grantham Hospital, Hong Kong Novel strategy to treat isolated side branch ostium lesion
1028 Nandhakumar Vasu The Madras Medical Mission Hospital, India Real time IVUS guided ostial LAD stent positioning during zero contrast percutaneous coronary intervention
1030 Michael Chiang Queen Elizabeth Hospital Hong Kong, Hong Kong Stuck in a Crossroad
1057 Dian Larasati Munawar Binawaluya Cardiac Center, Indonesia Successful of PCI for Unprotected LM Coronary Trifurcation using Sequential DK Crush
1075 Masafumi Mizusawa Saiseikai Yokohama City Eastern Hospital, Japan Successful Bailout of Large Flap at Proximal Left Anterior Descending Artery Caused by Directional Coronary Atherectomy with Only "Re" Directional Coronary Atherectomy
1129 Toshihiro Hirai JA Hokkaido Asahikawa Kosei General Hospital, Japan Usefulness of “double side branch protection technique”.
1131 Munemitsu Otagaki Kansai Medical University Medical Center, Japan A case with difficulty in the treatment of a steeply diverging diagonal branch
1035 Yusuke Fukushima Saiseikai Yokohama-shi Nanbu Hospital, Japan Coronary Stent Fracture: A case of after bioabsorbable sirolimus-eluting stent
1103 Shinichiro Okata Musashino RedCross Hospital, Japan A case that partial removal of the underexpanded stent by orbital atherectomy system
Others 1
Thursday, October 24 8:40-10:30
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1012 Sho Nagamine Tokyo Metropolitan Hiroo Hospital, Japan Total occlusion of saphenous vein graft treated with 1.4 mm, 2.0 mm excimer laser catheters and distal protection
1013 Keisuke Nakabayashi Kasukabe Chuo General Hospital, Japan The stabilization of a floating guiding catheter using a dual-lumen catheter in an acute coronary syndrome patient
1016 Takuma Tsuda Nagoya Ekisaikai Hospital, Japan Aggressive debulking strategy for LAD CTO in young male
1029 Srinivasan Narayanan Madras Medical Mission, Chennal, India OCT GUIDED STENT OPTIMISATION
1033 Seigo Iwane Himeji Cardiovascular Center, Japan Bailout Polytetrafluoroethylene-Covered Stent (PTFE-CS) Implantation for Severe Coronary Perforation at the Bifurcation of the Left Anterior Descending Coronary Artery (LAD) using the Kissing Stent Technique.
1034 Yuta Azumi Tokyo Bay Urayasu Ichikawa Medical Center, Japan A case of challenging percutaneous coronary intervention following surgical placement of sutureless aortic bioprosthesis
1037 Ali Raza University of Alberta, Canada Removal of kinked J tip guide-wire from radial artery
1054 Mon M Oo University Malaya Medical Center, University Malaya, Malaysia Wandering stent (Dislodged stent)
1065 Rajeev K Menon Care Hospitals Hitech City, India From Being benign to Leading to Catastrophe: A Case of intraprocedural acute RVMI causing VF managed with timely intervention
1068 Yasuhiro Honda Miyazaki Medical Association Hospital Cardiovascular Center, Japan Filter no-reflow of acute progressive lipid-rich plaque on near-infrared spectroscopy during percutaneous coronary intervention
1071 Tetsuya Nomura Kyoto Chubu Medical Center, Japan A successful bail-out case from sudden onset of no flow phenomenon with unknown origin in whole left coronary artery
Others 2
Saturday, October 26 10:10-11:50
Submission
No.
Name Institution Title Abstract
1073 Tung-Yu Lin Kaohsiung Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan, R.O.C. Management of DES fracture LAD CTO: what we learn from IVUS and OCT finding.
1077 Tomoki Horie Tsuchiura Kyodo General Hospital, Japan All Resting Physiological Indices may not be Equivalent: A representative case of RCA Intermediate Stenosis
1078 Shota Naniwa Kita-Harima Medical Center, Japan We experienced the complex higher risk and indicated patient (CHIP) and complete revascularization with three PCI sessions could bail the patient out of critical situation.
1083 Yuma Hamanaka Osaka Police Hospital, Japan Does metallic stent ablation by rotational atherectomy influence on the coronary microcirculation?
1084 Tomoyo Sugiyama Tsuchiura Kyodo General Hospital, Japan Ventricular Fibrillation During Optical Coherence Tomography Examination
1085 Duk Won Bang Soonchunhyang University Hospital, Seoul, Korea Cardiac amyloidosis followed by chronic Ischemic heart disease
1122 Joseph Michael Ramirez Manila Doctors Hospital, Philippines INADVERTENT CORONARY ARTERY DISSECTION DURING ROUTINE INVASIVE CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY AND MANAGEMENT UNDER IVUS GUIDANCE
1125 Takanobu Mitarai St.Marianna Uiversity School of Medicine, Japan A case of giant coronary artery aneurysm with acute coronary syndrome
1135 Yusra Pintaningrum Faculty of Medicine, University of Mataram, Indonesia Wire-induced spiral dissection of the critical coronary lesion : when problems happened in limited equipment
1137 Tak-Shun Chung United Christian Hospital, Hong Kong A complete dislodged stent: To salvage and deploy it to the right lesion

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