Saturday 7th

 

0830 - 1015

Transplant/HF/End of life care

0830 - 0900

The role of ECMO in ACHD, Edward Hickey

0900 - 0920

Transplantation in ACHD patients” the challenges of access and timing, Peter Ruygrok

0920 - 0940

Palliative Care and Adult Congenital Heart Disease – what do we need to learn? Michael Landzberg

0940 - 1000

Doc, How Long Do I Have Left?” – A psychological perspective on addressing end-of-life questions, Vanessa Garcia Hoyes

1005 - 1045

Morning Tea
Exhibition Hall

1045 - 1230

ACHD and Pregnancy 

1045 - 1105

Guideline update, Dominica Zentner 

1105 - 1125

Pregnancy Management (including delivery) for women with aortopathies including Marfan’s and Turner’s, Leanne Grigg

1125 - 1145

Pregnancy in women with a Fontan Circulation, Gruschen Veldtman 

1145 - 1205

Case Discussion, Simon Binny 

1205 - 1300

Lunch 
Exhibition Hall

1300 - 1430

Two years later…. 

1300 - 1315

Developing national ACHD nursing networks, Christine Armstrong and Stephanie Jones

1315 - 1330

The CHAANZ registry – what does it offer the ACHD community? David Celemajer

1330 - 1345 

The ANZ Fontan Registry – Lesson for ACHD since Queenstown 2017 and looking forward, Ajay Iyengar 

1345 - 1430 

The great ACHD debate

1. What my patient needs is the gentle caring approach of a physician, Chris Occleshaw and Graeme Porter

2. he scalpel is the answer: what my patient really needs is a cardiac surgeon! Yves D'Udekem and Ajay Iyengar

 

ACHD 2019 Symposium