This course is designed for physicians who wish to offer basic endovascular treatments to their patients. It will concentrate on introducing organisation and basic catheter and wire skills. Different approaches to the treatment of peripheral vascular disease will be highlighted as well as inclusion and exclusion criteria and other appropriate treatments. Dedicated techniques for iliac, SFA and BTK interventions will be presented. Dialysis interventions management in Interventional Radiology will complete the course. Practical skills will be broken down into simple step by step algorithms to obtain a successful technical and clinical outcome. Workshops will offer further practical advice including how to stay out of trouble, how to get out of it if you have not managed the former and when to call for help. The invited speakers are European experts in their field. Web-based support after the course is also offered by these experts.
Visit ECIO 2010 featuring all aspects of today’s and tomorrow’s therapies in Interventional Oncology! In April 2010 Florence, Italy, will again host the world’s leading meeting in minimally invasive image-guided cancer treatments. Presentations will cover all interventions, from the well-established to the most recent and promising new therapies of this exciting new field. Join us for more than 40 hours of educational programme and sign up now!
Which Interventional Device is all about you having your chance to say what you think about the devices you use in your work. Remember your colleagues advice is the best advice you can get!
Short Term and Intermediate Term Comparison of Endarterectomy Versus Stenting for Carotid Artery Stenosis: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomised Controlled Clinical Trials British Medical Journal , 2010-02-15
CREST Results: Carotid Endarterectomy vs Stenting Medscape Neurology & Neurosurgery , 2010-03-10
Carotid Stenting Still Controversial? Medscape General Surgery , 2010-03-11
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