Dates September thu., Venue Kobe International Chan Heart Clinic Gleneagles Medical Centre Singapore Guangdong Provincial People's Hospital Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases People's Republic of China Shin Kong Wu Ho Su Memorial Hospital Taiwan, R.O.C

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  • Course Directors

    Osamu KatohToyohashi Heart Center

    Shigeru SaitoShonan Kamakura General Hospital

    Takahiko SuzukiToyohashi Heart Center

    Hideo TamaiShiga Medical Center for Adults

    Dates September mon. thu., 2005Venue Kobe International Exhibition Hall Portopia Hotel

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    CCT Secretariat1-15-25, Maedaminami-machi,Toyohashi, Aichi 440-0851 JapanTel+81-(0)532-57-1275Fax+81-(0)532-52-2883E-mail secretariat@cct.gr.jp

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    Poster SessionsSurgical

    PeripheralElectrophysiology

    InterventionCourse Directors

    Honorary Co-DirectorsTadanori AizawaThe Cardiovascular Institute

    Tohru KobayashiNakamura Clinic

    Hiroyuki KuroganeKurogane Cardiovascular Clinic

    Tetsu YamaguchiToranomon Hospital

    Course Directors

    Osamu KatohToyohashi Heart Center

    Shigeru SaitoShonan Kamakura General Hospital

    Takahiko SuzukiToyohashi Heart Center

    Hideo TamaiShiga Medical Center for Adults

    The CCT has, since its inception, continued to expand and to make a significant contribution to the expansion of clinical indications and therapeutic strategies for ischemic heart disease and for peripheral vascular disease.

    In the history of treatment strategies for ischemic heart disease, the arrival of DES has had perhaps the single greatest impact on the clinical practice of PCI. One obvious impact has been the extension of the indication of PCI to left main disease, small vessel disease, triple vessel disease, even in diabetic patients. Many of these patients, who before the advent of DES went straight to bypass surgery, can now be effectively treated by PCI. The introduction of DES has also had the result of standardizing PCI strategy in the global context.

    There remain, however, a number of unresolved questions even in this era of standardized PCI strategy. These include PCI for chronic total occlusions and strategies for bifurcations and vulnerable plaques. In this context, the CCT will continue to seek innovative answers to these unresolved challenges.

    Falling in the middle of the first decade of the 21st Century, the focus of CCT2005 springs from Asia to the wider world. CCT2005 will be characterized by several new features: Firstly, the official language of the meeting will from now on be English. Second, the CCT-Electrophysiology course will be formally included for the first time. Thirdly, the CCT-Peripheral and CCT-Surgical courses will be expanded. Lastly, this year's CCT-Coronary course is inviting live-case broadcasts from key institutions in Asia. We believe these major improvements in the CCT program will enable participants from all over the world to communicate and learn more successfully with and from each other. We also believe that the sharing experience and ideas with experts from the other disciplines is the best way to expand the limits of knowledge.

    Course Co-DirectorsGiancarlo BiaminoHeart Center of LeipzigGermany Antonio ColomboColumbus Hospital MilanItaly Run-Lin GaoFu Wai HospitalPeople's Republic of China Eberhard GrubeHeart Center SiegburgGermany Tomoaki HinoharaSequoia HospitalUSA Spencer B. King Fuqua Heart Center, American Cardiovascular Research Institute and Emory University USA Martin B. LeonColumbia University, Medical Center Cardiovascular Research FoundationUSA Jean MarcoClinique PasteurFrance James R. MargolisMiami International Cardiology ConsultantsUSA Marie-Claude MoriceInstitut Hospitalier Jacques CartierFrance Jeffrey W. MosesColumbia University, Medical Center Cardiovascular Research FoundationUSA Seung-Jung ParkAsan Medical CenterKorea Nicolaus J. ReifartMain Taunus Heart InstituteGermany Patrick W. SerruysThoraxcenterThe Netherlands Gregg W. StoneColumbia University, Medical Center Cardiovascular Research FoundationUSA

    Japanese Course Co-DirectorsNaoki FunayamaHokkaido Circulation Hospital

    Seiichi HarutaFukuyama Cardiovascular Hospital

    Haruo HirayamaNagoya Daini Red Cross Hospital

    Takaaki IsshikiSchool of Medicine, Teikyo University

    Honin KanayaIshikawa Prefectural Central Hospital

    Mikihiro KijimaHoshi Sogo Hospital

    Shinsuke NantoKansai Rosai Hospital

    Hideo NishikawaMie Heart Center

    Taro SaitoFukuoka Wajiro Hospital

    Consultant Course DirectorsRemo AlbieroClinica San Rocco di FranciacortaItaly Gregory A. BradenCardiology Specialists of North CarolinaUSA Maurice BuchbinderFoundation for Cardiovascular Medicine, Scripps Memorial HospitalUSA Kenneth ChinPantai Medical CenterMalaysia Carlo Di MarioRoyal Brompton HospitalU.K. Jean FajadetClinique PasteurFrance Tian Hai KohNational Heart CentreSingapore Richard E. KuntzBrigham and Women's HospitalUSA

    Thierry LefevreInstitut Cardiovasculaire Paris SudFrance Bernhard MeierSwiss Cardiovascular Center, University of BernSwitzerland Gary S. MintzCardiovascular Research FoundationUSA Teguh SantosoMedistra HospitalIndonesia Robaayah ZambahariNational Heart Institute MalaysiaMalaysia

    Complex Catheter Therapeutics

    Course Objectives

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    Poster SessionsSurgical

    PeripheralElectrophysiology

    InterventionCourse Directors

    Honorary Co-DirectorsTadanori AizawaThe Cardiovascular Institute

    Tohru KobayashiNakamura Clinic

    Hiroyuki KuroganeKurogane Cardiovascular Clinic

    Tetsu YamaguchiToranomon Hospital

    Course Directors

    Osamu KatohToyohashi Heart Center

    Shigeru SaitoShonan Kamakura General Hospital

    Takahiko SuzukiToyohashi Heart Center

    Hideo TamaiShiga Medical Center for Adults

    The CCT has, since its inception, continued to expand and to make a significant contribution to the expansion of clinical indications and therapeutic strategies for ischemic heart disease and for peripheral vascular disease.

    In the history of treatment strategies for ischemic heart disease, the arrival of DES has had perhaps the single greatest impact on the clinical practice of PCI. One obvious impact has been the extension of the indication of PCI to left main disease, small vessel disease, triple vessel disease, even in diabetic patients. Many of these patients, who before the advent of DES went straight to bypass surgery, can now be effectively treated by PCI. The introduction of DES has also had the result of standardizing PCI strategy in the global context.

    There remain, however, a number of unresolved questions even in this era of standardized PCI strategy. These include PCI for chronic total occlusions and strategies for bifurcations and vulnerable plaques. In this context, the CCT will continue to seek innovative answers to these unresolved challenges.

    Falling in the middle of the first decade of the 21st Century, the focus of CCT2005 springs from Asia to the wider world. CCT2005 will be characterized by several new features: Firstly, the official language of the meeting will from now on be English. Second, the CCT-Electrophysiology course will be formally included for the first time. Thirdly, the CCT-Peripheral and CCT-Surgical courses will be expanded. Lastly, this year's CCT-Coronary course is inviting live-case broadcasts from key institutions in Asia. We believe these major improvements in the CCT program will enable participants from all over the world to communicate and learn more successfully with and from each other. We also believe that the sharing experience and ideas with experts from the other disciplines is the best way to expand the limits of knowledge.

    Course Co-DirectorsGiancarlo BiaminoHeart Center of LeipzigGermany Antonio ColomboColumbus Hospital MilanItaly Run-Lin GaoFu Wai HospitalPeople's Republic of China Eberhard GrubeHeart Center SiegburgGermany Tomoaki HinoharaSequoia HospitalUSA Spencer B. King Fuqua Heart Center, American Cardiovascular Research Institute and Emory University USA Martin B. LeonColumbia University, Medical Center Cardiovascular Research FoundationUSA Jean MarcoClinique PasteurFrance James R. MargolisMiami International Cardiology ConsultantsUSA Marie-Claude MoriceInstitut Hospitalier Jacques CartierFrance Jeffrey W. MosesColumbia University, Medical Center Cardiovascular Research FoundationUSA Seung-Jung ParkAsan Medical CenterKorea Nicolaus J. ReifartMain Taunus Heart InstituteGermany Patrick W. SerruysThoraxcenterThe Netherlands Gregg W. StoneColumbia University, Medical Center Cardiovascular Research FoundationUSA

    Japanese Course Co-DirectorsNaoki FunayamaHokkaido Circulation Hospital

    Seiichi HarutaFukuyama Cardiovascular Hospital

    Haruo HirayamaNagoya Daini Red Cross Hospital

    Takaaki IsshikiSchool of Medicine, Teikyo University

    Honin KanayaIshikawa Prefectural Central Hospital

    Mikihiro KijimaHoshi Sogo Hospital

    Shinsuke NantoKansai Rosai Hospital

    Hideo NishikawaMie Heart Center

    Taro SaitoFukuoka Waj