Program Tuesday 18 October 2022

Time

Trianti Hall (T)

Banqueting Hall (B)

Skalkotas Hall (S)

08.30 – 09.35

T12. Catheter securement
in 2022

Chairs: Gloria Ortiz Miluy (ES) and 
Amy Bardin (US)

  • 08.30 – 08.50 (T12.1)
    Current options for VAD securement
    Evan Alexandrou (AU)

  • 08.50 – 09.10 (T12.2)
    Subcutaneous anchorage of PICCs
    Fabrizio Brescia (IT)

  • 09.10 – 09.20 (T12.3)
    A UK hospital project to replace suturing securement of short term central venous catheters with the Griplok CVC adhesive securement device
    Andrew Barton (UK)

  • 09.20 – 09.30
    Discussion

  • 09.30 – 09.35
    Commercial break

B8. Long peripheral catheters and midline catheters
Chairs: Stefano Elli (IT) and 
Evangelos Konstantinou (GR)

  • 08.30 – 08.50 (B8.1)
    Midline catheters today
    Amy Bardin (US)

  • 08.50 – 09.00 (B8.2)
    Introducing a longer-length PIVC to support improved outcomes for difficult intravenous access (DIVA) patients
    Julie Godfrey (GB)

  • 09.00 – 09.10 (B8.3)
    Experience with long peripheral catheters
    Jiri Charvat (CZ)

  • 09.10 – 09.20 (B8.4)
    The experience in the use of long peripheral catheter: mini-Midline
    Victoria Armenteros –
    Yeguas (SP)

  • 09.20 – 09.30
    Discussion

  • 09.30 – 09.35
    Commercial break

S8. Ultrasound-based tip navigation and tip location
Chairs: Mark Weber (US) and
Roland van Rens (NL)

  • 08.30 – 08.50 (S8.1)
    The ECHOTIP protocol in the neonate
    Giovanni Barone (IT)

  • 08.50 – 09.10 (S8.2)
    The ECHOTIP protocol in children
    Daniele G. Biasucci (IT)

  • 09.10 – 09.30
    Discussion

  • 09.30 – 09.35
    Commercial break

09.35 – 11.05

T13. The new frontiers of venous access
Chairs: Peter Carr (IE) and 
Evan Alexandrou (AU)

  • 09.35 – 09.55 (T13,1)
    The state of the art of peripheral venous access
    Christian Dupont (FR)

  • 09.55 – 10.15 (T13.2)
    Future developments of peripheral venous access
    Amit Bahl (US)

  • 10.15 – 10.25 (T13.3)
    Arterial insertion method: A new method for systematic evaluation of ultrasound-guided radial arterial catheterization
    Tim Spencer (US)

  • 10.25 – 10.35 (T13.4)
    Incativ (intravenous therapy quality indicators): 12 years’ nursing quality study.
    Sonia Casanova-Vivas (SP)

  • 10.35 – 10.45 (T13.5)
    Centrally inserted tunnelled peripherally inserted central catheter: Off-label use for venous access in oncology patients
    Dayananda Lingegowda (IN)

  • 10.45 – 10.55 (T13.6)
    Evaluation of vascular access team initiatives through in-depth interviews: perspectives from nine countries
    Kimberly Alsbrooks (US)

  • 10.55 – 11.05
    Discussion

B9. Totally implanted venous access devices
Chairs: Eric Desruennes (FR) and 
Sergio Bertoglio (IT)

  • 09.35 – 09.55 (B9.1)
    Appropriate indication to ports
    Andrew Bodenham (GB)

  • 09.55 – 10.15 (B9.2)
    Chest-to-arm tunneling for ports
    Elias Kehagias (GR)

  • 10.15 – 10.25 (B9.3)
    When one is better than two: a new single puncture technique for combined PECS 1 and local anesthetic hydro-dissection for TICVAD pocket creation
    Ferdinando Longo (IT)

  • 10.25 – 10.35 (B9.4)
    Survey of needle phobia: underlying reasons, impacts and mitigation strategies
    Kimberly Alsbrooks (US)

  • 10.35 – 11.05
    Discussion

S9. Ultrasound-guidance
Chairs: Christian Breschan (AT) and Stephanie Pitts (US)

  • 09.35 – 09.55 (S9.1)
    Ultrasound guided central venous access
    Filliz Uzumcugil (TR)

  • 09.55 – 10.15 (S9.2)
    Ultrasound guided peripheral venous access
    Roland van Rens (NL)

  • 10.15 – 10.35 (S9.3)
    Point-of-care ultrasound in pediatric patients
    Mark Weber (US)

  • 10.35 – 10.45 (S9.4)
    Ultrasound-guided percutaneous insertion of Broviac lines in infants less than 5kg. Prospective study of 100 consecutive procedures.
    Snigdha Reddy (GB)

  • 10.45 – 11.05
    Discussion

11.05 – 11.15

Short break (Muses Foyer)

11.15 – 12.00

Industry symposium 10

Industry symposium 11

Industry symposium 12

12.00 – 13.00

Lunch break (Muses Foyer)
Poster presentations

13.00 – 14.05

T14. The skin issue: MARSI and CASI 
Chairs: Gloria Ortiz Miluy (ES) and
Christian Dupont (FR)

  • 13.00 – 13.20 (T14.1)
    Definition and classification of CASI and MARSI
    Nancy Moureau (US)

  • 13.20 – 13.40 (T14.2)
    Prevention and treatment of MARSI and CASI
    Andrew Barton (GB)

  • 13.40 – 14.00 
    Discussion

  • 14.00 – 14.05
    Commercial break

B10. Venous access devices in ICU
Chairs: Fulvio Pinelli (IT) and 
Maria Giuseppina Annetta (IT)

  • 13.00 – 13.20 (B10.1)
    PICCs in ICU
    Gregory Schears (US)

  • 13.20 – 13.40 (B10.2)
    New and old VADs in ICU
    Massimo Lamperti (AE)

  • 13.40 – 14.00
    Discussion

  • 14.00 – 14.05
    Commercial break

S10. Managing the exit site in neonates and children
Chairs: Giovanni Barone (IT) and
Christian Breschan (IT)

  • 13.00 – 13.20 (S10.1)
    VAD securement in neonates and children
    Amanda Ullman (AU)

  • 13.20 – 13.40 (S10.2)
    Cyanocrylate glue 
    Roland van Rens (NL)

  • 13.40 – 13.50 (S10.3)
    A pilot feasibility study on the use of dialkylcarbamoylchloride dressing (DACCd) for the prevention of exit site infection in a pediatric population.
    Georgio Lamberti (IT)

  • 13.50 – 14.00
    Discussion

  • 14.00 – 14.05
    Commercial break

14.05 – 15.15

T15. A new device for long term venous access: the PICC-port 

Chairs: Andrew Bodenham (GB) and
Maria Giuseppina Annetta (IT)

  • 14.05 – 14.25 (T15.1)
    What is a PICC-port?
    Evangelos Konstantinou (GR)

  • 14.25 – 14.45 (T15.2)
    Clinical experience with PICC-ports
    Sergio Bertoglio (IT)

  • 14.45 – 14.55 (T15.3)
    PICC-port and ISPP protocol: first experience in Spain
    Gloria Ortiz Miluy (SP)

  • 14.55 – 15.15
    Discussion

B11. Intravenous infusion at home
Chairs: Nancy Moureau (US) and
Gloria Ortiz Miluy (ES)

  • 14.05 – 14.25 (B11.1)
    The critical role of nursing in home infusions
    Christian Dupont (FR) 

  • 14.25 – 14.45 (B11.2)
    VAD for home parenteral  nutrition
    Konrad Matysiak (PL)

  • 14.45 – 14.55 (B11.3)
    Droplet digital polymerase chain reaction enables rapid detection and characterisation of bacteraemia in chronic parenteral nutrition patients
    Veerle Gilles (NL)

  • 14.55 – 15.05 (B11.4)
    Health economic evaluation of gravity-based intravenous infusions in Finland: Digital remote monitoring frees capacity and saves materials
    Erkki Soini (FI)

  • 15.05 – 15.15
    Discussion

S11. Peripheral venous access in DIVA children
Chairs: Amanda Ullman (AU) and 
Mauro Pittiruti (IT)

  • 14.05 – 14.25 (S11.1)
    Ultrasound guidance for venous peripheral access
    Stephanie Pitts (US)

  • 14.25 – 14.45 (S11.2)
    Near Infra Red technology for peripheral venous access
    Gregory Schears (US)

  • 14.45 – 14.55 (S11.3)
    Ultrasound-guided insertion of the long peripheral cannula in children with DIVA
    Jaroslav Cutora (SK)

  • 14.55 – 15.15
    Discussion

15.15 – 15.45

Networking break (Muses Foyer)

15.45 – 16.45

T16. Closing session
Chair: Ton van Boxtel (NL)

  • 15.45 – 16.25 (T16.1)
    40 years of clinical practice in VADS
    Mauro Pittiruti (IT)

  • 16.25 – 16.45 (T16.2)
    Conclusion and take home messages
    Ton van Boxtel (NL)