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Appropriate follow-up of patients after endovascular procedures

2019-04-16T21:30:59+01:00

Marianne Brodmann outlines follow-up and surveillance protocols after endovascular treatments for peripheral arterial disease (PAD), arguing for a standardised approach to ensure best practice for patients who have gone through peripheral endovascular procedures.

Endovascular procedures have become a key element of treating patients with PAD, either with intermittent claudication or critical limb […]

Appropriate follow-up of patients after endovascular procedures2019-04-16T21:30:59+01:00

CX Special Session will discuss the use of paclitaxel devices

2019-09-06T16:37:19+01:00

CX Executive Board Members Gunnar Tepe and Thomas Zeller introduce the CX Special Session which aims to give the last word on paclitaxel and work with the vascular community to find the way forward.

Watch the video below, and see the final CX 2019 programme here.

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CX Special Session will discuss the use of paclitaxel devices2019-09-06T16:37:19+01:00

CX 2019: NICE AAA guidelines under the spotlight

2019-09-06T16:42:13+01:00


The publication of the draft aortic guidelines by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in May 2018 raised quite a stir.

However, the story is not over. In a CX Special Session, new analysis will show what we now know about long-term EVAR outcomes, and the vascular community’s concerns over the […]

CX 2019: NICE AAA guidelines under the spotlight2019-09-06T16:42:13+01:00

CX 2019: Vascular EDUCATION as it should be

2020-02-14T14:51:28+00:00

CX is Europe’s largest and longest-running vascular symposium and delivers vascular EDUCATION as it should be

CX raises CONTROVERSIESCHALLENGES the evidence to reach CONSENSUS in a three yearly cycle after discussion involving a world-class faculty and expert audience.

CX uses both live cases and edited cases from leading aortic, peripheral and venous centres to illustrate […]

CX 2019: Vascular EDUCATION as it should be2020-02-14T14:51:28+00:00

CX 2019 Vascular Access Programme Highlights

2019-09-06T16:38:16+01:00

Nicholas Inston, member of the CX Vascular Access Executive Board, gives the highlights for this year’s CX Vascular Access Masterclass which will focus on the maintenance and not just the formation of vascular access.

CX 2019 Vascular Access Programme Highlights2019-09-06T16:38:16+01:00

CX 2019: Stephen Black on the Venous Challenges programme

2019-09-06T16:41:17+01:00

Stephen Black, member of the CX Venous Executive Board, describes the wonderful opportunity that the Charing Cross Venous Challenges Programme offers as it brings together key developments in the science, learning experience in the Venous Village and input from the international faculty who share their vision.

CX 2019: Stephen Black on the Venous Challenges programme2019-09-06T16:41:17+01:00

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

iWounds at CX Symposium

2019-09-06T16:47:44+01:00

Download the iWounds at CX Symposium brochure to get all the details:

https://www.cxsymposium.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/iwounds-a4-4pageflyer-LR.pdf

iWounds at CX Symposium2019-09-06T16:47:44+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

CX showcases most promising vascular innovations

2019-10-29T10:22:37+00:00

CX 2018 Dragons’ Den winner, Kieran Murphy, with the Dragons

The Innovation Showcase yesterday brought together the CX values of education, innovation, and evidence to paint a global picture of vascular entrepreneurship, highlighting the controversies currently threatening the next generation of game-changing products.

Beginning the […]

CX showcases most promising vascular innovations2019-10-29T10:22:37+00:00

“Promising” initial results for sirolimus-eluting bioresorbable scaffold in DESappear trial

2018-04-25T11:15:59+01:00

DESappear Andrew Holden

The sirolimus-eluting bioresorbable peripheral scaffold system (Prava; Elixir Medical) is designed to treat stenoses and occlusion in the superficial femoral artery. Prava was first implanted in October 2016 and will be clinically evaluated in the DESappear trial that has currently enrolled 21 patients at 11 […]

“Promising” initial results for sirolimus-eluting bioresorbable scaffold in DESappear trial2018-04-25T11:15:59+01:00

The CX Venous Workshop is the best in the world

2020-01-30T16:27:02+00:00

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 world2020-01-30T16:27:02+00:00

CX Abstract and Poster Presentations 2017

2019-09-09T09:33:58+01:00

Over four days, nine abstract and poster sessions covered topics including thoracic aortic, abdominal aortic, peripheral arterial, acute stroke and vascular access. Over 220 abstracts were presented by trainee and senior clinicians from 34 different countries.

Fadi Taher

Fadi Taher (Vienna, Austria) won the best Trainee Clinician Abstract […]

CX Abstract and Poster Presentations 20172019-09-09T09:33:58+01:00

Comprehensive approach to saving limbs outlined at CX

2019-09-09T09:41:12+01:00

Yesterday, the CX ilegx Interdisciplinary Consensus on Severe Ischaemia explored all stages of managing severe limb ischaemia—looking at diagnosis, diabetic patients, and treatment options. This is in keeping with the ilegx’s goal of reducing the rate of amputations and tissue loss related to ischaemia.

The first session of […]

Comprehensive approach to saving limbs outlined at CX2019-09-09T09:41:12+01:00
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