1:00 PM - 1:05 PM The Statin-Iron Nexus: Iron Reduction As An Alternative To Statins; Its Basis And How To Do It
  Presenter(s):Ralph G. DePalma, MD  
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1:06 PM - 1:11 PM Microbubbles Can Facilitate Local Catheter Directed Thrombolysis And Decrease Systemic Side Effects: How Does The Technology Work
  Presenter(s):Kak Khee Yeung, MD, PhD / Willem Wisselink, MD  
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1:12 PM - 1:17 PM Update On New Medications For Treating Lipid Abnormalities
  Presenter(s):Russell H. Samson, MD, RVT, FACS  
1:18 PM - 1:23 PM Do We Need To Stop Plavix Before Open Vascular Surgery
  Presenter(s):Jack L. Cronenwett, MD  
1:24 PM - 1:29 PM Tips And Tricks For Successful PEVAR 100% Of The Time
  Presenter(s):Firas F. Mussa, MD  
1:30 PM - 1:35 PM Long-Term Survival With Thoracic Aneurysms Is Worse After TEVAR Than Open Repair: This Does Not Mean We Should Abandon TEVAR
  Presenter(s):Philip P. Goodney, MD, MS  
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1:36 PM - 1:41 PM Stem Cell Mobilization Improves Amputation Rates In CLI: What Is the Mechanism; How Can It Be Done Simply And Is It Better Than Stem Cell Transplantation
  Presenter(s):Eric T. Choi, MD  
1:42 PM - 1:47 PM CTO Crossing Techniques Using Only Catheters And Wires: How Often Are Special Devices Needed For Bailout: What Should Be In Your Toolbox
  Presenter(s):Ali Amin, MD, RVT, FACS, FACC  
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1:48 PM - 1:53 PM DEBATE: How Bad Is A Minor MI After CAS Or CEA: It Is Equivalent To A Stroke
  Presenter(s):Peter A. Schneider, MD  
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1:54 PM - 1:59 PM DEBATE: Not So! In CREST A Minor Stroke Had A Worse Effect On Quality Of Life And As Bad An Effect On 4-Year Mortality As An MI
  Presenter(s):Thomas G. Brott, MD  
2:00 PM - 2:05 PM Updated Gender Differences In CAS vs. CEA Outcomes From CREST And The SVS Registry Indicate That CAS Is Rarely Justified In Women
  Presenter(s):Kosmas I. Paraskevas, MD / Dimitri P. Mikhailidis, MD / Christos D. Liapis, MD / Frank J. Veith, MD  
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2:06 PM - 2:30 PM Panel Discussion And Break
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