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Medical device industry leaders call for three big changes to “devastating” EU MDR legislation

2019-11-21T11:56:06+00:00

Industry leaders say approximately 50% of all medical devices will be withdrawn from the market; around 30% of manufacturers will not survive and patients might be at risk as a result of the European Medical Device Regulation (EU MDR), which is described by some as the “most disruptive force […]

Medical device industry leaders call for three big changes to “devastating” EU MDR legislation2019-11-21T11:56:06+00:00

CX Symposium provides “ideal opportunity” to share your research

2019-09-06T16:45:12+01:00

In this interview, Meryl Davis, chair of the CX Abstract Board, talks about the benefits of presenting research at the CX Symposium and the importance of CX as a “global village”.

The CX Abstract Board is calling for senior and trainee doctors in the vascular and endovascular field to submit their […]

CX Symposium provides “ideal opportunity” to share your research2019-09-06T16:45:12+01:00

CX 2018: Podium 1st presentations

2019-09-06T16:48:54+01:00

In addition to the plethora of late-breaking trials that were unveiled at this year’s Symposium, there was a vast array of Podium 1st presentations. These presentations showcased novel techniques and technologies, provided further insights into the safety and effectiveness of established devices, and highlighted potential solutions to current challenges in the management of vascular disease.

Peripheral […]

CX 2018: Podium 1st presentations2019-09-06T16:48:54+01:00

CX 2018 in numbers

2019-09-09T09:13:00+01:00

CX 2018 in numbers

This year’s CX welcomed more than 4,000 participants at Olympia London from a record-breaking 86 countries.

A leader of innovation, CX 2018 hosted a record-breaking 71 exhibitors and 15 new product launches—similar numbers are expected for CX 2019.

See the full stats and highlights in the video above.

CX 2018 in numbers2019-09-09T09:13:00+01:00

The CX Venous Workshop is the best in the world

2019-09-09T09:30:44+01:00

Lowell Kabnick (New York, United States), who is a CX Faculty member, describes how the CX Venous Workshop has gone from being a small intimate session to one that, while still intimate, is “really large and all inclusive”. He adds that he believes that it is the best he has seen.

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The CX Venous Workshop is the best in the world2019-09-09T09:30:44+01:00

CX Venous Consensus Update: Take-home messages

2019-09-09T10:10:49+01:00

The CX Venous Consensus Update—Plenary Programme took place on the first day of CX 2017 (Tuesday, 25 April). Stephen Black, member of the CX Programme Organising Board, summarises the take-home messages of this session.

CX Venous Consensus Update: Take-home messages2019-09-09T10:10:49+01:00

CX is “one of the most prestigious” places for trainees to present abstracts

2019-09-09T10:41:40+01:00

Pasha Normahani (Imperial Vascular Unit, Imperial Academic Health Science Centre, London, UK) has been an attendee at the Charing Cross (CX) Symposium for over seven years. In 2016, he presented for the first time at the CX Abstract sessions and was awarded with a Certificate of Merit for his research in peripheral arterial disease. In […]

CX is “one of the most prestigious” places for trainees to present abstracts2019-09-09T10:41:40+01:00

Ian Loftus reviews highlights of the CX 2016 Abstract Presentations

2019-09-09T10:50:36+01:00

Ian Loftus, Co-chairman CX Abstract Board, reviews the highlights of this year’s CX Abstract Presentations session. He emphasises the quality of the work submitted and how relevant it is for young and senior clinicians to present their research at the Charing Cross Symposium.

Ian Loftus reviews highlights of the CX 2016 Abstract Presentations2019-09-09T10:50:36+01:00

Why you should not miss the Peripheral Arterial sessions at CX 2016

2019-09-10T15:50:05+01:00

“The Peripheral Arterial Programme at the Charing Cross Symposium in 2016 is really exciting; it combines the hot topics in the field with evidence, opinion and discussion,” says Andrew Holden (Auckland, New Zealand), member of the CX Programme Organising Board. He overviews key areas to be discussed on Tuesday 26 April including the management of […]

Why you should not miss the Peripheral Arterial sessions at CX 20162019-09-10T15:50:05+01:00

Why you should not miss the Venous Programme at CX 2016

2016-10-12T13:01:12+01:00

In 2016, the Charing Cross Venous Programme will run on the four days of the Symposium (26–29 April) with the Main Programme for the first time on day 1, followed by the CX Venous Workshop on days 2 and 3, and the CX Venous Abstract Presentations on day 4. Ian Franklin (London, UK), member of […]

Why you should not miss the Venous Programme at CX 20162016-10-12T13:01:12+01:00

Stephen Black discusses the highlights of the CX 2016 Deep Venous programme

2016-10-12T13:01:12+01:00

Stephen Black (London, UK), member of the CX Programme Organising Board, discusses the highlights of this year’s Deep Venous section of the CX Venous Challenges Day.

The CX Venous Challenges Day will take place at the Charing Cross Symposium on Tuesday 26 April – Lower Main Auditorium, Olympia Grand, London, UK

Click here to see the […]

Stephen Black discusses the highlights of the CX 2016 Deep Venous programme2016-10-12T13:01:12+01:00

Chairman Roger Greenhalgh highlights the most exciting aortic topics of CX 2016

2016-03-18T19:16:37+00:00

“There has never been a more exciting expectation of what we have for this year in the aortic area at CX,” says Roger Greenhalgh, chairman of the CX Programme Organising Board. Results from the Individual Patient Data meta-analysis of the four randomised controlled trials on endovascular aneurysm repair against open repair (EVAR 1, DREAM, OVER […]

Chairman Roger Greenhalgh highlights the most exciting aortic topics of CX 20162016-03-18T19:16:37+00:00

Interview with Ian Franklin at CX 2015: New venous technologies

2015-12-18T16:12:28+00:00

Ian Franklin, a member of the CX Programme Organising Board and director of the CX Venous Workshop, speaks about new technologies for the treatment of varicose veins and about how deep venous interventions have been incorporated to the CX Venous Workshop.

Interview with Ian Franklin at CX 2015: New venous technologies2015-12-18T16:12:28+00:00

Interview with Janet Powell at CX 2015: IMPROVE trial 12-month results

2015-08-07T15:50:00+01:00

Janet Powell, Imperial College, London, UK, is interviewed about the 12-month results of the IMPROVE trial, presented for the first time at CX 2015. The study compares open repair and an endovascular strategy for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms.

Interview with Janet Powell at CX 2015: IMPROVE trial 12-month results2015-08-07T15:50:00+01:00