Programme at a glance

Time

Session

0730 - 0830

Registration

0830 - 0840

Welcome Speech by Organising Chairperson

0840 - 0910

PLENARY 1: Renal Access in Dialysis - the changing doctrines in KODQI guidelines

 

 

0910 - 0940

PLENARY 2: Team approach in renal access training

 

 

0940 - 1040

SYMPOSIUM 1: Renal Access System

0940 - 0950

Factor determining choice of access procedures

0950 - 1000

Towards efficient renal access system

1000 - 1010

Private stand-alone renal access system

1000 - 1010

Private stand-alone renal access system

1010 - 1020

Renal access in developing countries

1020 - 1030

Malaysian ideal of renal replacement therapy

1030 - 1040

Q&A

1040 - 1100

Tea Break

1100 - 1200

SYMPOSIUM 2: Improving patency in native fistula

1100 - 1110

Pathogenesis of Juxta-anastomotic stenosis

1110 - 1120

Can Juxta-anastomosis be reduced?

1120 - 1130

Should BCF be the primary fistula in older patients?

1130 - 1140

Role of constructing fistula with vein or arterial diameter of <2mm

1140 - 1150

Does early intervention in native fistula prolong patency?

1150 - 1200

Q&A

1200 - 1300

SYMPOSIUM 3: Challenges and Innovations in Native Fistula

1200 - 1210

Endovascular fistula creation- the future is here or just a passing cloud?

1210 - 1220

Creating fistula in the obese

1220 - 1230

Creating fistula for patients with radial artery harvested for CABG

1230 - 1240

Brachio-basilic transposition

1240 - 1250

Paediatric renal access

1250 - 1300

Q&A

13:00 - 14:30

LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

1430 - 1530

SYMPOSIUM 4: Grafts- role in bridging native access and catheters

1430 - 1440

Early cannulation graft in modern renal access

1440 - 1450

Graft innovation- has it improved patency?

1450 - 1500

Managing graft infections and pseudoaneurysms

1500 - 1510

Managing graft thrombosis

1510 - 1520

Non-conventional sites for AV grafts

1520 - 1530

Q&A

1530 - 1600

Tea Break

1600 - 1700

SYMPOSIUM 5: Endovascular techniques

1600 - 1610

Approach to fistula stenosis- choice of procedure

1610 - 1620

POBA versus DEB- the evidence

1620 - 1630

Stenting JAS across arterial anastomosis

1630 - 1640

Extremely high-pressure balloons- are they more efficient?

1640 - 1650

Role of cutting balloon and Scoreflex balloon for undilatable lesions

1650 - 1700

Q&A

1700 - 1800

SYMPOSIUM 6: Peritoneal dialysis

1700 - 1710

Malaysian national PD program

1710 - 1720

Is PD better than HD in crash dialysis

1720 - 1730

Home PD/HD program

1730 - 1740

Modern technique of PD catheter insertion

1740 - 1750

Managing PD catheter dysfunction

1750 - 1800

Q&A

Time

Session

0830 - 0900

PLENARY 3: Renal transplants and renal-pancreatic transplant- the Australian experience

 

 

0900 - 0930

DEBATE: Salvaging thrombosed fistula- surgery/hybrid or endovascular?

 

 

0930 - 1030

SYMPOSIUM 7: Renal Transplants

0930 - 0940

Endovascular therapy for failing transplant grafts

0950 - 1000

Team approach to renal transplant-role of vascular surgeons

1000 - 1010

Combined renal-pancreas transplant

1010 - 1020

Current state of the art of renal transplants and the results

1020 - 1030

Q&A

1030 - 1100

Tea Break

1100 - 1200

SYMPOSIUM 8: Cephalic arch and Central vein occlusion

1100 - 1110

When CVC becomes blocked- role of thrombolysis and anticoagulation

1110 - 1120

Central vein occlusion- intervention or observation

1120 - 1130

Cephalic arch stenosis- endovascular or open surgery

1130 - 1140

HeRO in central vein occlusions- lessons learnt

1140 - 1150

Stent grafting versus POBA in central vein occlusions

1150 - 1200

Q&A

1200 - 1300

SYMPOSIUM 9: Managing access complications -thrombosis and steal syndrome

1200 - 1210

Comprehensive approach towards a thrombosed fistula

1210 - 1220

Managing venous aneurysms

1220 - 1230

Approach to hand pain and numbness in renal access patients

1230 - 1240

Managing steal syndrome with tissue loss

1240 - 1250

Proximal arterial inflow in steal syndrome

1250 - 1300

Q&A

1300 - 1400

LUNCH SYMPOSIUM

1400 - 1500

SYMPOSIUM 10: Cannulation practice, monitoring and surveillance

1400 - 1410

Does rope ladder or button hole cannulation affect patency

1410 - 1420

US guided cannulation in difficult access

1420 - 1430

Tell-tale signs of access dysfunction during dialysis

1430 -1440

Does surveillance improve patency

1440 - 1450

Practical surveillance technique

1450 - 1500

Q&A

1500 - 1600

SYMPOSIUM 11: Central line for renal access

1500 - 1510

When is cuffed catheter indicated primarily in ESRD?

1510 - 1520

Managing cuffed catheter thrombosis

1520 - 1530

Technique of fibrin sheath stripping for cuffed catheter thrombosis

1530 - 1540

Managing neck haematoma following central line insertion

1540 - 1550

Managing major complications from central venous catheters

1550 - 1600

Q&A

1600 - 1630

Tea Break

1630 - 1730

Symposium 12: Vascular access in non-renal patients

1630 - 1640

Team approach towards early vascular access

1640 - 1650

Long line and short line for parenteral nutrition

1650 - 1700

Managing line sepsis

1700 - 1710

Choice of chemoport as vascular access- an update

1710 - 1720

Managing ‘stuck’ chemport

1720 - 1730

Q&A

1730 - 1800

Closing Remarks