1st CRES Meeting - Caribbean Revascularization & Electrophysiology Summit
Caribbean Revascularization & Electrophysiology Summit
Dear CRES visitor,
CRES is presented as an attractive and accessible international educational program that is created in a mutual cooperation between DRES and NASHKO.
The target groups for this unique conference are all stakeholders (such as policy makers, general practitioners, cardiologists, vascular and cardiac surgeons,
radiologists, intensive care medical professionals, allied professionals, nurses, physiotherapists and cardiac revalidation experts) in cardiovascular care.
The organizers of CRES are proud to present this first edition. A place to learn and share medical expertise in a pleasant environment.
Come and enjoy this challenging and interactive platform with live or taped cases, workshops and state of the art lectures.
Broaden your network right here. Accreditation for the different specialties will be arranged.
Bon bini at CRES 2019 and save the date 3 and 4 of December 2019! Te pronto!
On behalf of the DRES and NASHKO foundations
CRES Conference Committee
1. To enhance understanding of the cardiovascular disease pattern in the Dutch Antilles
2. To assess the influence of race, gender, socioeconomic factors and culture on outcome in the Caribbean.
3. To evaluate the chain of survival in the approach of the acute cardiac patient in the Caribbean.
4. To learn and optimize anti-thrombotic therapy in acute coronary syndromes in the Caribbean.
Cath lab personnel
Function department personnel
Emergency department personnel
CCU and ICU nurses
Internist and each stake holder in Cardiovascular care
Tuesday December 3rd, 2019
|Van - tot||Onderwerp||Spreker|
|Theme: Structural Heart|
|18:00 - 18:45||Registration||
|19:00 - 19:25||TAVI-procedures in Curaçao||Ad van Boven - Medisch Centrum Leeuwarden (NL) & Jose Manuel Navarro - St. Elisabeth Hospitaal|
|19:30 - 19:55||Global Perspective of TAVI in low-income / development countries||Arie-Pieter Kappetein - Erasmus MC, Rotterdam (NL)|
|19:55 - 20:30||Coffee Break|
|20:30 - 20:55||Prime time for low risk TAVI?||Peter den Heijer - Amphia Ziekenhuis, Breda (NL)|
|21:30 - 22:00||Round table discussion speakers and faculty about off-site TAVI|
Wednesday December 4th, 2019
|Van - tot||Onderwerp||Spreker|
|Theme: Controversies in coronary artery and heart disease|
|18:00 - 18:45||Registration|
|19:00 - 19:25||How to manage cardiovascular risk factors in a mixed genetic and socio-economic population?||Arthur Liqui Lung - St. Elisabeth Hospitaal, Willemstad|
|19:30 - 19:55||How to manage high-bleeding risk PCI patients in perspective of the recent trials?||Peter Smits - Maasstad Ziekenhuis, Rotterdam (NL)|
|19:55 - 20:30||Discussion|
|20:30 - 20:45||Coffee Break|
|20:45 - 21:05||Trouble shooting in PM and ICD therapy - Practical tips and tricks||Mehran Firouzi - Maasstad Ziekenhuis, Rotterdam (NL)|
|21:10 - 21:30||Angina and no obstruction at coronary angiography - What to do?||Niels van Royen - Radboud UMC, Nijmegen (NL)|
|21:30 - 21:50||Hybrid ablation for atrial fibrillation||Massimo Mariani - UMCG, Groningen (NL)|
Accreditation pending via GAIA & CAN
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