Das DHZB Lange-Symposium 2018

der Klinik für Angeborene Herzfehler – Kinderkardiologie

The DHZB Lange Symposium 2018

von links: Heike Schultz, Titus Kühne, Sonja Wibbeke, Felix Berger, Friederike Zerbe, Stanislav Ovroutski, Daniela Moeske-Scholz, Stephan Schubert, Jeannine Lunow

On 22 and 23 September 2018, top-class specialists had been invited to Berlin by the DHZB, for the 14th time, to exchange information and experience concerning the latest developments and new procedures in heart medicine for children.

The two-day “DHZB Lange Symposium”, named after the founder of the DHZB’s Department for Congenital Heart Disease/Pediatric Cardiology, Prof. Peter Lange, is now regarded as one of the most important symposia in this field.

The symposium this year was dedicated to the complex field of the congenital shunt lesions with all ist facets and difficulties.

Thirty specialists from the DHZB and other leading international institutions reported in over 28 lectures on existing forms of treatment as well as research projects and their results.
Here you may watch a selection from the 14th DHZB Lange Symposium lectures.

The Lectures Recordings

I. Basic and Future Considerations

"Congenital shunt lesions: The birth of heart surgery" by Prof. Dr. med. Markus Heinemann; Mainz, Germany
"The burden of volume load and cyanosis" by PD Dr. med. Stanislav Ovrutskiy; Berlin, Germany
"Quantification of volume load and oxygenation" by Dr. med. Sarah Nordmeyer; Berlin, Germany
"Contractile patches – wishes and visions" by Dr. med. Florian Weinberger; Hamburg, Germany

II. VSD – Boring or Burning

"Indication and optimal timing of treatment" by Prof. Dr. med. Hashim Abdul-Khaliq; Homburg, Germany
"Fenestrated VSD closure – really needed" by MU Dr. med. Peter Murin; Berlin, Germany
"Complex VSD morphology" by Prof. Dr. med. Matthias Siepe; Freiburg, Germany
"Much ado about nothing: VSD – to close or not to close?" by PD Dr. med. Stephan Schubert; Berlin, Germany
"Intervention / hybrid therapy" by Prof. Dr. med. Ingo Dähnert; Leipzig, Germany
"Thoracoscopic treatment: next generation surgery" by Prof. Alexander Y. Omelchenko, M.D., PhD.; Novosibirsk, Russia

III. The Saturday Afternoon Highlight Lecture

Train the brain in congenital heart disease: Latal Neuroprotection and interventions during childhood

Prof. Dr. med. Bea Latal; Zürich, Switzerland

IV. Battle of the Experts

Interactive Scientific Team Competition

International Teams

V. Low and High Pressure Shunts

"ASD – mission completed? Right side view" by PD Dr. med. Jochen Grohmann; Freiburg, Germany
"ASD – mission completed? Left side view" by PD Dr. med. Oktay Tutarel; München, Germany
"PDA: from adult to preterm" by Prof. Jose Luis Zunzunegui, M.D.; Madrid, Spain
"Malign lesions: aortopulmonary window und LV tunnel" by Prof. David R. Anderson, M.D.; London, Great Britain

VI. The Sunday Morning Special Session

"Arteriogenesis: physiological and pathological growth" by Dr. med. Kerstin Troidl; Berlin, Germany
"Rheology / viscosity" by Prof. Michael J. Simmonds, PhD, AEP; Brisbane, Australia
"Hemoglobine management: Blood, the very special juice" by PD Dr. med. Katharina Schmitt; Berlin, Germany
"Late presenters (PAH, fibrosis, arrhythmia, endocarditis)" by Prof. Dr. med. Gerhard-Paul Diller; Münster, Germany

VII. Vessels out of Control

"Aorto-pulmonary and veno-venous collaterals" by Prof. Oliver Stumper, M.D.; Birmingham, Great Britain
"Sequestration / pulmonary AV malformation" by Prof. Dr. med. Sven Dittrich; Erlangen, Germany
"Cerebral vascular malformation" by Prof. Dr. med. Hans Henkes; Stuttgart, Germany
"Coronary fistula" by K. Sivakumar MD; Chennai, India
"Infradiaphragmatic malformations" by Dr. med. Bernd Opgen-Rhein; Berlin, Germany

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

“Artificial Intelligence in Medicine" by PD Dr. med. Tonio Ball; Freiburg, Germany

VIII. Congeni(t)al Shunts

"Congeni(t)al Shunts: Size, length, location" by Dr. med. Eugen Sandica; Bad Oeynhausen, Germany
"PDA: nature is best" by Prof. Dr. med. Dietmar Schranz; Gießen, Germany
"Interventional AP shunts" by Prof. Dr. med. Peter Ewert; München, Germany