Registration must be performed on-line from this website. Click on the Register button at the bottom of the screen to begin the registration process.

  The presenter and any co-speakers must be Association members.
If you do not belong to the Japanese Association for Thoracic Surgery, please contact with your name and affiliation to the following address; jats65@congre.co.jp
The Japanese Association for Thoracic Surgery
1F Teral Koraku Building, 2-3-27 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0004, JAPAN
Phone:+81-3-3812-4253@Fax:+81-3-3816-4560





  Presentations must be original material that is being presented for the first time.




  Privacy
The privacy policy of the Japanese Association for Thoracic Surgery in relation to case reports and other medical papers and research presentations is available on the Associationfs website at the following address:
http://square.umin.ac.jp/jats/ja/public/topic/20060207.htm
Please ensure that your presentation complies with the privacy policy.
Any violations of the privacy policy will be treated as the responsibility of the applicant.




  Copyright over all presentations approved for use at the Congress reverts to the Japanese Association for Thoracic Surgery.




  Application procedure
1- Application period
Open at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday 1st March, 2012
Close at noon on Tuesday 15th May, 2012
  at noon on Tuesday 22nd May, 2012
    Abstract Submission has been closed.
Thank you for your participation.


2- Submissions
I. Registration method, registration and password
  The registration number is automatically generated, but you may choose your own password. The registration number and password can be used to log in and change your details at any time until the final deadline (noon, Tuesday 22nd May, 2012). It is your responsibility to protect your password and other details. It is most important that the registration number and password are kept confidential, since these are required for registration, cancellation, changing and/or amending details and confirmation of receipt and acceptance of the presentation. The Association cannot respond to inquiries regarding security issues.
 
II. The UMIN Online Presentation Registration System is compatible with Internet Explorer, Netscape and Safari only. Do not attempt the registration process using any other browser. Safari should be Ver. 2.0.3(417.9.2) or later.


3- Total length of presentation
The total length of the presentation, including the title (in Japanese or English), the authorfs name (in Japanese or English), and organization (in Japanese or English), the name of the co-speaker (in Japanese or English), and organization (in Japanese or English), plus the next extract, must be no more than 2,600 characters. Where figures and tables are used, the maximum length of the text extract is 2,199 characters. Figures and tables must be submitted as a single GIF or JPEG file no larger than 300KB (portrait or landscape accepted; size will be reduced to approximately 6*4 cm).


4- Notification of receipt of application
Conventional mail will not be used to notify applicants of receipt of the application and approval of the presentation for inclusion in the Congress. Instead, you will be notified automatically via email (using the email address supplied at the time of registration) once the registration process is complete. If you do not receive a notification email, you can use your registration number and password to check the progress of your application on the Change of Details screen.


5- Approval of presentation
I. Approval of presentations for inclusion in the Congress is determined by the Chairperson based on the recommendations of the Program Committee.
 
II. Notification of decision: Notification of the Chairpersonfs decision will be sent via email in early July 2012. The results will also be listed on the website. It is your responsibility to ascertain the status of your application.
 
III. A shortlist of presentations from the areas of cardiac/vascular, pulmonary. mediastinal or esophageal surgery will be selected prior to the Congress. The selected presenters will be asked to submit their slides and notes to the Secretariat; these will be used to select Plenary Session presentations.


6- Special Programs, Symposium, workshops, and oral presentations are normally conducted with the use of computers.
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Special Program
 
Accidents during Thoracoscopic Surgery, and Intervention for Thoracic Diseases and Treatments
The Up-to-Date Perioperative Management for Thoracic Surgery
Treatments for Aorto-Esophageal, Aorto- Bronchial and Esophago-Bronchial Fistulae


Symposium
 
yHeart, Adultz
Evidence-based Selection of the Coronary Artery Revascularization -PCI, OPCAB, On pump CABG or On pump beating CABG?-
Treatment Strategy for High Risk Patients with Severe Aortic Stenosis
-Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation versus Surgical Aortic Valve Replacement
 
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Treatment Strategies for Type B Aortic Dissections: When and How they should be treated? (Acute, Subacute or Chronic, and Open Surgery or TEVAR)
 
yHeart, Congenitalz
Outcome and Problems in Surgery in Adulthood for Grown up Patients of Congenital Heart Disease with or without previous Surgical Treatment
 
yLungz
Resources for Airway Reconstruction for Respiratory Malignancies, and Supporting Evidence
Treatment Strategies for Recurrence after Lung Cancer Surgery
 
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Surgical Techniques for Advanced Esophageal Cancers | VTR Symposium


Workshop
 
yHeart, Adultz
Surgical Treatment for Patients with End-Stage Heart Failure (Left ventriculoplasty, LVAD, Cardiac Transplantation)
New Trends in Surgical Procedures for Organic Mitral Valve Disease (MICS,
Robotic Surgery, Loop Technique and Others)

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Aortic Valve Sparing Operation versus Bentall’s Procedure

yHeart, Congenitalz
Treatment Strategy for Patients of Congenital Heart Disease with
Pulmonary Hypertension -including Single Ventricle and Borderline Cases-

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Diagnosis of Tumor Localization and Treatment for Unpalpable Lung Cancers

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Indication for Salvage Lymphadenectomy for Esophageal Cancer and its Limitations



Oral or Poster, Case Report Presentation
Heart
Lung
H-1
Congenital Disease
L-1
Lung Cancer
H-2
Valvular disease
L-2
Metastatic Tumor
H-3
Valvoplasty
L-3
Mediastinum
H-4
Endocarditis
L-4
Thymus
H-5
Coronary disease
L-5
Pleura/Chest Wall
H-6
Myocardial infarction
L-6
Trachea/Bronchus
H-7
Great Vessels
L-7
Emphysema/Cystic disease
H-8
Pacemaker
L-8
Inflammatory disease
H-9
Arrhythmia
L-9
Benign tumor
H-10
Cardiac Tumor
L-10
Pediatrics
H-11
Cardiomyopathy
L-11
Thoracoscopy
H-12
Heart/Heart-Lung Transplantation
L-12
Lung Transplantation
H-13
Myocardial protection
L-13
New Technique
H-14
Extracorporeal Circulation
L-14
Perioperative management/complications
H-15
Artificial Heart/Assist device
L-15
Examination/Diagnosis
H-16
Cardiac Function
L-16
Artificial material/Device
H-17
Perioperative management/complications
L-17
Gene/Molecular
H-18
Examination/Diagnosis
L-18
Regenerative therapy
H-19
Gene/Molecular
L-19
Others
H-20
New technique
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H-21
Minimally invasive surgery
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@
H-22
Regenerative therapy
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H-23
Others
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Esophagus
Teaching
E-1
Malignant disease
T-1
Education
E-2
Benign disease
T-2
Medical economy
E-3
Barrett disease
T-3
Healthcare Management
E-4
Resection, LN dissection
T-4
Others
E-5
Reconstruction
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@
E-6
Thoracoscopy/Laparoscopy
@
@
E-7
Endoscopic Treatment
@
@
E-8
Adjuvant Therapy
@
E-9
Conservative Therapy
@
@
E-10
Perioperative management/complications
@
@
E-11
Examination/Diagnosis
@
@
E-12
Multiple Cancer
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@
E-13
Recurrence/Convalescence
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E-14
Gene/Molecular
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E-15
Experiment/Pathology
@
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E-16
Others
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7- Presentation format
Information about presentation format and methodology requirements will be released in due course. These requirements are subject to change. Applicants are advised to check the website for the latest information.


8- Video presentations
Video material must be provided on DVD.
  We welcome video presentations on a broad range of themes, including innovative surgical techniques, cases of clinical interest, measures against pitfalls, and inventive auxiliary means. Participants in the clinical video/ video workshop are expected to deliver presentations using a six-minute video (in DVD format). Please submit an abstract in accordance with the above instructions, and submit a video by Friday, 7th June, 2012 for pre-screening; we are considering asking applications to send a compressed video file (50MB or less) by email to the Secretariat of the Association. Video/DVD material may also be used at the symposia and workshops, in which case pre-screening is not required.




  Submission Page
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  Inquiries
For more information about presentations and the registration process, contact the
Congress Management Office by fax or email at the following address:
c/o Congress Corporation
11F, 1-9-17, Chuo-ku, Tenjin, Fukuoka 810-0001, JAPAN
Phone: 092-716-7116@Fax: 092-716-7143





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