第47回日本体外循環技術医学会大会

Program

Special Lecture

November 19 (Sat)15:00~16:00 Room1

Improvement of the Ability to Respond in the Event of an Incident/Accident
~Human Behavioral Characteristics and Performance in an Emergency Situation~

Chair
Yoshimitsu Tsutsumi
(St Marys Hospital Department of Clinical Engineering)
Speaker
Ryutaro Kono
(President and Representative Director, Safety Promotion Research Institute, Inc. Professor Emeritus, Jichi Medical University)

Educational Lecture 1

November 19 (Sat)9:15~10:15 Room1

Collaboration between Cardiac Surgeons and Perfusionists

Chair
Makoto Annno
(Gunma Prefetctural Cardiovascular Center)
Speaker
Akira Shiose
(Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Kyushu University)

Educational Lecture 2

November 20 (Sun)10:45~11:45 Room1

Treatment strategies for severe cardiogenic shock considering the left ventricular unloading.: Clinical benefit of the left ventricular unloading with Impella from the viewpoint of PV loop

Chair
Yasuyuki Araki
(Department of Clinical Engineer, Saiseikai Kumamoto Hosipital)
Speaker
Takashi Unoki
(Saiseikai Kumamoto Hospital)

Symposium 1

November 19 (Sat)10:30~12:00 Room1

Strategies for organ protection during extracorporeal circulation in severe cases.

Chair
Masanori Morita
(Office of Clinical Engineering, Keio University Hospital)
Hideaki Minoda
(Our Lady of the Snow Social Medical Corporation Department of Clinical Engineering)
SP1‐1
Organ protection strategies for cardiopulmonary bypass in Ascending aorta and aortic arch replacement cases ―Renal and Brain protection from the perspective of oxygen delivery―
Tomoya Oshita
(The Sakakibara Heart Institute of Okayama)
SP1‐2
Strategies for Organ Protection in High-Risk of Cardiopulmonary bypass Cases
Kohei Nagashima
(Toranomon Hospital)
SP1‐3
Organ protection in thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm surgery
Takeshi Matsuura
(Clinical Engineering、 Clinical Technology Department、TOHOKU UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL)
SP1‐4
Organ protection strategy in high-risk aortic surgery
Takayuki Mizoguchi
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Oita University Hospital)

Symposium 2

November 20 (Sun)13:10~14:40 Room1

Innovation and succession of endoscopic surgery and robotic surgery will lead to future extracorporeal circulation

Chair
Masahiro Hiraki
(Japanese Red Cross Aichi Medical Center Nagoya Daiichi Hospital)
Marie Iwasaki
(Saiseikaikumamoto Hospital Department of clinical engineering)
SP2‐1
MICS-AVR with a right anterolateral thoracotomy small incision approach has a means of extracorporeal circulation.
Masahiro Hiraki
(Japanese Red Cross Aichi Medical Center Nagoya Daiichi Hospital)
SP2‐2
Transition to Robotic MVP and its Pitfalls in Extracorporeal Circulation
Ryoji Sada
(Osaka Metropolitan University Hospital Medical Devices Department)
SP2‐3
Practices of extra-corporeal circulation undergoing robot-assisted heart surgery in Fujita Health University Hospital
Tomoaki Yamashiro
(Department of Clinical Engineering , Fujita Health University Hospital)
SP2‐4
Thinking about the future of MICS
Naoki Sugimura
(Ehime University Hospital)

Symposium 3

November 20 (Sun)13:10~14:40 Room2

CVSAP:Task shift, share for doctors -- expectation of clinical engineer--

Chair
Yuzuru Yoshida
(Saitama Medical University International Medical Center)
Tomoaki Ito
(Kokura Memorial Hospital Department of Clinical Engineering)
SP3‐1
ECPELLA management and withdrawal strategy -What is proper left atrial pressure management?-
Ryo Tanioka
(Kobe University Hospital Department of Clinical Engineering)
SP3‐2
ECPELLA Management and Weaning Strategies''Exit Strategies for Acute Severe Heart Failure'
Daisuke Nagamine
(Department of Clinical Engineering Center, Toyama University Hospital)
SP3‐3
ECPELLA Management -The Triangle of Left Ventricular Unloading, Total Support, and Hemolysis-
Tomoaki Ito
(Kokura Memorial Hospital Department of Clinical Engineering)
SP3‐4
ECPELLA Management and Withdrawal Strategies -- Connecting from ECPELLA to VAD for acute response --
Ayuko Kozuka
(Department of Medical Engineering, Saitama Medical University International Medical Center)

Symposium 4

November 19 (Sat)16:10~18:10 Room1

CVSAP:Task shift, share for doctors -- expectation of clinical engineer--

Chair
Shinji Miyamoto
(Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Oita University)
Makoto Annno
(Gunma Prefetctural Cardiovascular Center)
Discussant
Shinya Takahashi
(Department of Surgery, Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Hiroshima University)
Hirotsugu Okamoto
(Department of Anesthesiology, Kitasato University)
Yasuyo kasano
(Department of Clinical Engineer, Saiseikai Kumamoto Hospital)
CVSAPー1
Task shift, share for doctors - expectation of clinical engineer-
Kazuo Yamanaka
(Cardiovascular center, Nara prefecture general midical center)
CVSAPー2
Task shifting and task sharing for anesthesiologists -clinical engineers as anesthesia assistants-
Taisuke Kumamoto
(Saiseikai Kumamoto Hospital)
CVSAPー3
Challenge to task shift and share by Clinical Engineers -cooperation with anesthesiologists-
Norihisa Kitamoto
(Seirei Hamamatsu General Hospital Department of Clinical Engineering)

One Slide Presentation(Conference Chairman's Project)

November 19 (Sat)13:20~14:50 Room1

What do you learn from one schema? 〜Challenges to the American Presentation Style〜

Chair
Hiromi Aono
(Our Lady of the Snow Social Medical Corporation St. Mary's Hospital Dapartment of Clinical Clinical Engineering)
Youhei Iwamura
(Yokohama City University Medical Center)
Commentator
Naoki Momose
(Jichi Medical University Dept. of Medical Engeneering Saitama Medical Center)
Toshihiro Fukui
(Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Kumamoto University)
Shigemitsu Shimizu
(ASO Iizuka Hospital Department of Clinical Engineering)
Kohei Nagashima
(Toranomon Hospital)
OSP-1
Complications from cardiac massage?
Masayuki Tsukano
(Department of Clinical Engineer,Nagasaki Harbor Medical Center)
OSP-2
OPEN STENT occluded due to V-A ECMO out flow
Tomoya Oshita
(The Sakakibara Heart Institute of Okayama)
OSP-3
Management during blood priming
Yuichi Yokoyama
(Shikoku Medical Center for Children and Adults)
OSP-4
A case of difficulty in extracorporeal circulation due to ******
Yoichi Kawazoe
(Kindai University Hospital)
OSP-5
Why?When did you onset?Stroke!
Tomoaki Yamashiro
(Department of Clinical Engineering , Fujita Health University Hospital)
OSP-6
The occurrence of cerebral infarction drastically decreased after changing the oxygenator.
Mamoru Ieki
(Kouseiren Takaoka Hospital, Division of Clinical Engineering)
OSP-7
** in membrane oxygenation after ECMO membrane oxygenation
Toru Hirose
(Kawaguchi Cardiovascular and Respiratory Hospital)
OSP-8
Why we are not good at cooling and warming.
Yuta Yamamoto
(Tohoku University Hospital)
OSP-9
I can't say fast enough about common problems with centrifugal pumps.
Tomoaki Harada
(Kushiro City General Hospital)

U-35 Session

November 19 (Sat)14:30~16:00 Room5

Minimally invasive extracorporeal circulation from the point of view of a young perfusionist –Commitment and passion–

Chair
Ryosuke Muraki
( The Sakakibara Heart Institute of Okayama)
Yoshifumi Oda
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Oita University Hospital)
U35-1
Considering the invasion of extracorporeal circulation infusion/transfusion
Yuki Katsunori
(Saitama Medical University International Medical Center Department of Medical Engineering)
U35-2
Groundhog Day ~Challenge for Minimal invasive Extra-Corporeal Circulation(Normothermia/DO2management)~
Saki Ota
(Seirei Hamamatsu General Hospital)
U35-3
Minimally invasive extracorporeal circulation considered by young people
Masahide Kakimoto
(Mie Heart Center)
U35-4
Attention to monitoring during CPB with the goal of minimally invasive cardiopulmonary bypass
Kento Goto
(St Marys Hospital Department of Clinical Engineering)

Panel Discussion 1

November 19 (Sat)10:30~12:00 Room2

What is needed for cardiac surgery teams to aim for close collaboration?

Chair
Motoi Yokozuka
(Department of Anesthesia, Mitsui Memorial Hospital)
Shogo Nakata
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Oita University Hospital)
Commentator
Hiroshi Yasunaga
(Vice President of St.Mary's Hospital;Department of Cardiovascular Surgery)
PD1-1
Efforts to help anesthesiologists more familiar with cardiopulmonary bypass
Satoshi Kurokawa
(Department of Anesthesiology, Tokyo Women's Medical University)
PD1-2
Myocardial Protection: The Academic Collaboration for Establishing the Standard Clinical Guidelines
Kiyozo Morita
(Sapia Tower Clinic, The Jikei University School of Medicine)
PD1-3
Enhancing surgical resilience in small and medium sized hospital from supporting the acquisition of board certified cardiovascular surgeon
Tomotaka Shinohara
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Mitsubishi Kyoto Hospital)

Panel Discussion 2

November 20 (Sun)9:00~10:30 Room1

Could we apply Goal-directed perfusion in children?

Chair
Shuhei Iwaki
(Mt Fuji Shizuoka Children's Hospital)
Kazuyuki Matsumoto
(JCHO Kyushu Hospital Clinical Engineer room)
PD2-1
Association between Renal near-infrared spectroscopy monitoring and Acute kidney injury development in paediatric cardiac surgery.
Yoshihito Wakamatsu
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Juntendo University Hospital)
PD2-2
Examination of usefulness Goal-directed perfusion management for pediatric
Hiroki Sato
(Local Incorporated Administrative Institution Saitama prefectural hospital organization Saitama prefectural Children's Medical Department of Clinical Engineer)
PD2-3
Can GDP prevent AKI in pediatric cardiopulmonary bypass?
Takehiro Gotoh
(Department of Clinical Engineering, University of Mie)
PD2-4
Indicators required for goal directed perfusion management in pediatric open heart surgery
Yusuke Misaka
(Kobe children's Hospital Clinical Engineering department)

Round Table Discussion

November 20 (Sun)9:00~10:00 Room2

How has education and training changed? --We will solve your problems--

Chair
Toru Yasuda
(Jichi Medical University Saitama Medical Center Dept. of Medical Engineering)
Hiroya Kano
(Morinomiya University of Medical Sciences)
Commentator
Makoto Annno
(Gunma Prefetctural Cardiovascular Center)
RTー1
Naoki Takamura
(University of Fukui Hospital)
RTー2
Naoto Nakamura
(Sagamihara Kyodo Hospital)
RTー3
Mayu Kato
(University Hospital Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine)
RTー4
Kazuki Matsumoto
(The Sakakibara Heart Institute of okayama)

Basic Session 1

November 19 (Sat)17:35~19:05 Room2

Reconsider about the optimal cardioplegia: safe techniques and avoidance of complications

Chair
Teruyuki Hayashi
(National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center)
Koji Sasayama
(The Department of Clinical Engineering, Mie Heart Center)
基調講演
Cardioplegia: History and current trends
Takamitsu Kato
(Faculty of Clinical Engineering Iseikai Hospital)
BS1-1
Myocardial Protection Methods and Characteristics in Our Hospital
Kosuke Nakajima
(The Sakakibara Heart Institute of Okayama)
BS1-2
Rethinking Bloodcardioplegia
Akitomo Hachisuka
(Japanese Red Cross Aichi Medical Center Nagoya Daiichi Hospital)
BS1-3
Rethink blood cardioplegia
Masahide Kakimoto
(Mie Heart Center)
BS1-4
Thinking about the "best" of cardioplegia through the use of the intracellular fluid cardioplegia "Bretschneider"
Yuzuru Yoshida
(Saitama Medical University International Medical Center)

Basic Session 2

November 20 (Sun)9:00~10:00 Room5

Anatomy & Physiology from the Basics --seeing is believing--

Chair
Daisuke Obara
(Kumamoto University Hospital)
Akihiro Abiko
(Yamagata University Hospital)
BS2
Basic Anatomy of the Heart
Kazuyoshi Takagi
(Kurume University Hospital Cardiovascular Surgery)

Basic Session 3

November 20 (Sun)10:15~11:45 Room2

The Future of Ventricular Assist Device --Reconsidering the Basics in the Destination Therapy Era--

Chair
Ryo Koyanagi
(Japanese Red Cross Society Nagasaki Genbaku Hospital Medical engineering administration division)
Kazuhiro Goto
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Nagoya University Hospital)
BS3-1
For those who are about to manage ventricular assist devices-Basic things to know and Clinical application of DT-
Kashwia Koichi
(The University of Tokyo Hospital, Department of Medical Engineering)
BS3-2
Changes in LVAD management and the role of clinical engineers in DT
Yusuke Tsutsumi
(Kyushu University Hospital Department of MedicalTechnology ME Center)
BS3-3
A safe and secure life for patients with ventricular assist devices
Shizuka Hasegawa
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Nagoya University Hospital)
BS3-4
Current Status and Issues for Clinical Engineers in VAD Managed Facilities
Yohei Uchino
(Kumamoto University Hospital,MedicalTechnology Department,ME Equipment Engineering Division)
BS3-5
Implantable ventricular assist device management Facilities Current status and Problems
Satoshi Kubo
(Department of Medical Engineering Center,Kagawa University Hospital)

International Session

November 19 (Sat)13:20~14:50 Room2

Patient Blood Management

Chair
Kenichi Suzuki
(Department of Medical Engineering, Nippon Medical School Hospital)
Commentator
Motoi Yokozuka
(Department of Anesthesia, Mitsui Memorial Hospital)
Katsuya Tanabe
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Sakakibara Heart Institute)
IS-1
Blood management: A Contemporary Perspective
Bharat Datt
(American Society of Extracorporeal Technology,Can America Cardiopulmonary, USA)
IS-2
Increasing Haematocrit During CPB
Claudio Soto
(St Vincent’s Hospital,Sydney, Australia)
IS-3
How to maintain a “coagulation friendly” in-process environment for aortic surgery
Li Xin
(Department cardiovascular surgery,hongshan hospital, Fudan university,Shanghai, China)
IS-4
The strategy of blood management for the cardiopulmonary bypass
Wen-Ching Sun
(Landseed International hospital,Taiwan)

Report on Award, Grant Provisions

November 19 (Sat)18:15~19:15 Room1

AG-1
Elucidation of the causes of poor imaging during contrast-enhanced CT imaging under ECMO control
Takehiro Gotoh
(Department of Clinical Engineering, University of Mie,)
AG-2
Evaluation of dilutional ultrafiltration effect on oxidative stress using a large animal CPB model.
Takayuki Mizoguchi
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Oita University Hospital)
AG-3
Blood Pressure Forecasting during Cardio Pulmonary Bypass with Deep Learning
Yusuke Sugitani
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Mie University Hospital)

Academic Session

November 19 (Sat)16:00~17:30 Room2

Chair
Masahiro Noda
(Nagasaki University Hospital)
Takeshi Goto
(Department of Clinical Engineering, Hirosaki University School of Medicine and Hospital)
AS-1
Pediatric extracorporeal circulation-Actual conditions of domestic facilities- (ver.2022)
Yuzuru Yoshida
(Saitama Medical University International Medical Center)
AS-2
Cerebral and spinal cord protection in cardiopulmonary bypass during aortic surgery
Hiroya Kano
(Morinomiya University)
AS-3
Thoughts of the author of the paper
Takehiro Gotoh
(Department of Clinical engineering, University of Mie)
AS-4
A position to review a paper and a position to submit a paper--There are no textbooks on "how to make journal"or"how to peer review"--
Masahiro Hiraki
(Japanese Red Cross Aichi Medical Center Nagoya Daiichi Hospital)
AS-5
Tatsuya Asami
(Tokyo Medical and Dental University Hospital )
AS-6
Examples and suggestions for ECMO Records and Safety Checklists.
Keiichi Tojo
(Kitasato University Hospital Department of Medical Engineering)

Report on Questionnaire Survey on Myocardial Protection

November 20 (Sun)8:30~9:00 Room3

A Nation-wide Questionnaire Survey on Myocardial Protection in Cardio-Aortic Surgery
Hideki Yotsuida
(National Hospital Organization Osaka National Hospital Department of Clinical Engineering)

Data Management Metting

November 20 (Sun)10:45~11:45 Room5

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