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CX 2012 Presentations 2016-11-08T13:55:11+00:00

CX 2012 Presentations

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CX 34 Vascular & Endovascular Controversies Update Saturday 14 April

Training Chairman Mike Wyatt Newcastle, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 08:45 to 14/04/2012 10:00
Debate: Endovascular techniques must be taught with interdisciplinary collaboration ? Against the motion Frank Vermassen Ghent, Belgium 14/04/2012 08:45 to 14/04/2012 08:55 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 14/04/2012 08:55 to 14/04/2012 09:00 Click Here
Debate: Bigger vascular units are best for patients ? For the motion Matt Thompson London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 09:00 to 14/04/2012 09:10 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 14/04/2012 09:10 to 14/04/2012 09:15 Click Here
Great Debate: The radiologist is not welcome in the operating theatre and the surgeon is not welcome in the interventional radiology suite ? For the motion Peter Gaines Sheffield, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 09:15 to 14/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Great Debate: The radiologist is not welcome in the operating theatre and the surgeon is not welcome in the interventional radiology suite ? For the motion Ian Loftus London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 09:15 to 14/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Great Debate: The radiologist is not welcome in the operating theatre and the surgeon is not welcome in the interventional radiology suite ? Against the motion Guy Fishwick Leicester, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 09:15 to 14/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Great Debate: The radiologist is not welcome in the operating theatre and the surgeon is not welcome in the interventional radiology suite ? Against the motion Tom Carrell London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 09:15 to 14/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 14/04/2012 09:35 to 14/04/2012 09:45 Click Here
Debate: Vascular surgery does not need training in general surgery first ? For the motion Michel Makaroun Pittsburgh, United States 14/04/2012 09:45 to 14/04/2012 09:55 Click Here
Debate: Vascular surgery does not need training in general surgery first ? Against the motion Peter Lamont Bristol, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 09:45 to 14/04/2012 09:55 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 14/04/2012 09:55 to 14/04/2012 10:00 Click Here
Peripheral: Towards transatlantic and interdisciplinary consensus ? Problems with TASC IIB and preparations for TASC III Chairman Johannes Lammer Vienna, Austria 14/04/2012 10:00 to 14/04/2012 10:50
Peripheral: Towards transatlantic and interdisciplinary consensus ? Problems with TASC IIB and preparations for TASC III Chairman Roger Greenhalgh London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 10:00 to 14/04/2012 10:50
Precis so far: Why was TASC initiated and what is achievable? William Hiatt Aurora, United States 14/04/2012 10:00 to 14/04/2012 10:05 Click Here
Pr?cis so far: The purpose of TASC II & TASC IIB; what is expected of TASC III? Lars Norgren Orebro, Sweden 14/04/2012 10:05 to 14/04/2012 10:10 Click Here
Problems emerging: TASC from US point of view Michael Jaff Boston, United States 14/04/2012 10:10 to 14/04/2012 10:15 Click Here
Problems emerging: Scientific evidence or expert opinion? Jim Reekers Amsterdam, Netherlands 14/04/2012 10:15 to 14/04/2012 10:20 Click Here
Problems emerging: TASC includes advice on intermittent claudication and ischaemic rest pain Vincent Riambau Barcelona, Spain 14/04/2012 10:25 to 14/04/2012 10:30 Click Here
What needs to be done: Are anatomical treatment recommendations of any use? Erich Minar Vienna, Austria 14/04/2012 10:30 to 14/04/2012 10:35 Click Here
Peripheral: Towards transatlantic and interdisciplinary consensus ? Problems with TASC IIB and preparations for TASC III Chairman Johannes Lammer Vienna, Austria 14/04/2012 10:35 to 14/04/2012 10:50
Peripheral: Towards transatlantic and interdisciplinary consensus ? Problems with TASC IIB and preparations for TASC III Chairman Roger Greenhalgh London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 10:35 to 14/04/2012 10:50
Peripheral: Intermittent claudication exercise programme Chairman Cliff Shearman Southampton, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 11:20 to 14/04/2012 12:05
Home measured exercise Andrew Gardner Oklahoma City, United States 14/04/2012 11:20 to 14/04/2012 11:30 Click Here
Supervised exercise Ian Chetter Hull, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 11:30 to 14/04/2012 11:40 Click Here
Discussion , 14/04/2012 11:45 to 14/04/2012 11:55 Click Here
Drug eluting balloons in claudicants (First time presentation of 1-year results of PACIFER randomised control trials) Michael Werk Berlin, Germany 14/04/2012 11:55 to 14/04/2012 12:05 Click Here
Peripheral: Aorto-iliac Chairman Cliff Shearman Southampton, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 12:05 to 14/04/2012 12:15
Balloon expandable vs self expandable stents (BRAVISSIMO trial results) Marc Bosiers Dendermonde, Belgium 14/04/2012 12:05 to 14/04/2012 12:10 Click Here
The COBEST trial of bare-metal stent vs V12 covered balloon expandable stent at 2 years Joerg Tessarek Lingen, Germany 14/04/2012 12:10 to 14/04/2012 12:15 Click Here
Peripheral: Common femoral Chairman Cliff Shearman Southampton, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 12:15 to 14/04/2012 12:35
Debate: The management of pseudoaneurysms do not need intervention ? For the motion Frank Criado Baltimore, United States 14/04/2012 12:15 to 14/04/2012 12:25 Click Here
Debate: The management of pseudoaneurysms do not need intervention ? Against the motion Patrick Peeters Bonheiden, Belgium 14/04/2012 12:15 to 14/04/2012 12:25 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 14/04/2012 12:25 to 14/04/2012 12:35 Click Here
Peripheral: Superficial femoral artery Chairman Patrick Peeters Bonheiden, Belgium 14/04/2012 13:35 to 14/04/2012 15:50
Discussion and vote , 14/04/2012 13:45 to 14/04/2012 13:50 Click Here
A structured approach to treatment relative to lesion length and whether it is a restenosis Johannes Lammer Vienna, Austria 14/04/2012 13:50 to 14/04/2012 14:00 Click Here
Multicenter prospective randomised 2 year trial results showing that heparin bonding improves vascular graft patency Jes Lindholt Viborg, Denmark 14/04/2012 14:00 to 14/04/2012 14:05 Click Here
Drug eluting balloon evaluation for lower limb multilevel treatment ? DEBELLUM trial: 6 month results Fabrizio Fanelli Rome, Italy 14/04/2012 14:05 to 14/04/2012 14:15 Click Here
Drug elution in the superficial femoral artery Andrew Holden Auckland, New Zealand 14/04/2012 14:15 to 14/04/2012 14:25 Click Here
Optimal management of in stent stenosis Peter Gaines Sheffield, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 14:25 to 14/04/2012 14:30 Click Here
The science behind the TIGRIS vascular stent Dierk Scheinert Leipzig, Germany 14/04/2012 14:30 to 14/04/2012 14:35 Click Here
Discussion , 14/04/2012 14:35 to 14/04/2012 14:50 Click Here
Peripheral: Superficial femoral artery Chairman Eric Verhoeven Nuremberg, Germany 14/04/2012 14:50 to 14/04/2012 15:50
Catheter directed thrombolysis Duncan Ettles Hull, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 14:50 to 14/04/2012 14:55 Click Here
The HYBRID graft for common femoral artery to above knee popliteal artery bypass procedures Jennifer Ash Peoria, United States 14/04/2012 15:00 to 14/04/2012 15:05 Click Here
Bioresorbable scaffold system in the treatment of de novo superficial femoral artery lesions Andrew Holden Auckland, New Zealand 14/04/2012 15:10 to 14/04/2012 15:15 Click Here
Great Debate: Drug elution is worthwhile ? For the motion Thomas Zeller Bad Krozingen, Germany 14/04/2012 15:20 to 14/04/2012 15:40 Click Here
Great Debate: Drug elution is worthwhile ? For the motion Gunnar Tepe Rosenheim, Germany 14/04/2012 15:20 to 14/04/2012 15:40 Click Here
Great Debate: Drug elution is worthwhile ? Against the motion Stephan Duda Berlin, Germany 14/04/2012 15:20 to 14/04/2012 15:40 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 14/04/2012 15:40 to 14/04/2012 15:50 Click Here
Peripheral: Superficial femoral artery Chairman Iris Baumgartner Bern, Switzerland 14/04/2012 16:50 to 14/04/2012 17:30
Great Debate: Stent graft for popliteal aneurysms is preferred ? For the motion Peter Gaines Sheffield, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 16:50 to 14/04/2012 17:10 Click Here
Great Debate: Stent graft for popliteal aneurysms is preferred ? For the motion Eric Verhoeven Nuremberg, Germany 14/04/2012 16:50 to 14/04/2012 17:10 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 14/04/2012 17:10 to 14/04/2012 17:20 Click Here
Secondary prevention after arterial construction Beverley Hunt London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 17:20 to 14/04/2012 17:25 Click Here
Physiological popliteal entrapment syndrome exists Ian Loftus London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 17:25 to 14/04/2012 17:30 Click Here
Peripheral: Below the knee Chairman Iris Baumgartner Bern, Switzerland 14/04/2012 17:30 to 14/04/2012 18:40
Peripheral: Below the knee Chairman Gunnar Tepe Rosenheim, Germany 14/04/2012 17:30 to 14/04/2012 18:40
Is diabetic atheroma different from non-diabetic arterial disease? Cliff Shearman Southampton, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 17:35 to 14/04/2012 17:40 Click Here
First-in-man ABSORB bioresorbable stent for below the knee lesions Marc Bosiers Dendermonde, Belgium 14/04/2012 17:40 to 14/04/2012 17:45 Click Here
Popliteal pedal bypass Keith Jones London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 17:45 to 14/04/2012 17:50 Click Here
Does late cardiovascular mortality influence options of revascularisation for chronic limb ischaemia? Piergiorgio Cao Rome, Italy 14/04/2012 17:50 to 14/04/2012 17:55 Click Here
Discussion , 14/04/2012 17:55 to 14/04/2012 18:10 Click Here
Great Debate: Below the knee stenting is worthwhile ? For the motion Eric Ducasse Bordeaux, France 14/04/2012 18:10 to 14/04/2012 18:30 Click Here
Great Debate: Below the knee stenting is worthwhile ? For the motion Iris Baumgartner Bern, Switzerland 14/04/2012 18:10 to 14/04/2012 18:30 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 14/04/2012 18:30 to 14/04/2012 18:40 Click Here
Sunday 15 April

Aortic Chairman Roger Greenhalgh London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 08:00 to 15/04/2012 08:35
The early history of Endovascular repair Krassi Ivancev London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 08:00 to 15/04/2012 08:10 Click Here
Invited Commentary Krassi Ivancev London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 08:10 to 15/04/2012 08:15 Click Here
Discussion , 15/04/2012 08:25 to 15/04/2012 08:35 Click Here
Aortic: National abdominal aortic screening Chairman Roger Greenhalgh London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 08:35 to 15/04/2012 10:00
UK Jonothan Earnshaw Gloucester, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 08:35 to 15/04/2012 08:45 Click Here
Australia Paul Norman Fremantle, Australia 15/04/2012 08:55 to 15/04/2012 09:05 Click Here
Is the rupture rate falling? Janet Powell London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 09:05 to 15/04/2012 09:15 Click Here
Are statins, smoking cessation and hypertension control and life style factors important? Martin Bjorck Uppsala, Sweden 15/04/2012 09:15 to 15/04/2012 09:25 Click Here
What intervals of surveillance re-scanning do we support? Simon Thompson Cambridge, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 09:25 to 15/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Discussion First Discussant: Alan Scott Plymouth, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 09:35 to 15/04/2012 09:45 Click Here
Debate: We prefer external aortic wall diameters in screening ? For the motion Naghmana Riazuddin Wycombe, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 09:45 to 15/04/2012 09:55 Click Here
Debate: We prefer external aortic wall diameters in screening ? Against the motion Tim Hartshorne Leicester, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 09:45 to 15/04/2012 09:55 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 15/04/2012 09:55 to 15/04/2012 10:00 Click Here
Aortic: Late performance of EVAR Chairman Frans Moll Utrecht, Netherlands 15/04/2012 10:30 to 15/04/2012 12:10
Current status of EVAR in the USA ? does it vary from state to state? Christopher Kwolek Boston, United States 15/04/2012 10:30 to 15/04/2012 10:35 Click Here
Management of Type IA endoleak by Palmaz stent Daniel Clair Cleveland, United States 15/04/2012 10:45 to 15/04/2012 10:50 Click Here
Type II endoleaks reviewed Joost van Herwaarden Utrecht, Netherlands 15/04/2012 10:50 to 15/04/2012 11:00 Click Here
Late performance will be solved by newer endografts Vincent Riambau Barcelona, Spain 15/04/2012 11:00 to 15/04/2012 11:10 Click Here
Discussion ? Mastracci Jacques Busquet Paris-Saint-Cloud, France 15/04/2012 11:10 to 15/04/2012 11:20 Click Here
Relevance of M2S data and implications for EVAR follow-up Mark Fillinger Lebanon, United States 15/04/2012 11:20 to 15/04/2012 11:25 Click Here
Will correction of the ?cluster? associated with sac expansion solve it? Thomas Wyss Bern, Switzerland 15/04/2012 11:25 to 15/04/2012 11:30 Click Here
The consequences, in the US, of aortic correction, either less than 5.5cm or outside instructions for use Tim Sullivan Minneapolis, United States 15/04/2012 11:40 to 15/04/2012 11:45 Click Here
Polymer technology: Nellix study and Onyx Andy Platts London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 11:45 to 15/04/2012 11:55 Click Here
Neck morphology changes with ring stent-grafts Mark Fillinger Lebanon, United States 15/04/2012 11:55 to 15/04/2012 12:00 Click Here
Discussion , 15/04/2012 12:00 to 15/04/2012 12:10 Click Here
Aortic: Late performance of EVAR Chairman Rob Morgan London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 12:10 to 15/04/2012 13:10
An overview of the US Anaconda trial Christopher Kwolek Boston, United States 15/04/2012 12:10 to 15/04/2012 12:20 Click Here
Nelix: first global data presentation Andrew Holden Auckland, New Zealand 15/04/2012 12:20 to 15/04/2012 12:30 Click Here
First ever clinical trial results in the EU of Treovance (new abdominal aorta stent graft) Roberto Chiesa Milan, Italy 15/04/2012 12:30 to 15/04/2012 12:40 Click Here
Early experience witha new customisable, ultra-low profile abdominal aortic aneurysm stent graft system in the INNOVATION trial Giovanni Pratesi Rome, Italy 15/04/2012 12:50 to 15/04/2012 13:00 Click Here
Discussion , 15/04/2012 13:00 to 15/04/2012 13:10 Click Here
Aortic: Late performance of EVAR Chairman Nick Burfitt London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 14:10 to 15/04/2012 15:10
Percutaneous introduction of EVAR lowers costs, so is preferred Giovanni Torsello Muenster, Germany 15/04/2012 14:10 to 15/04/2012 14:15 Click Here
Debate: Lowering profile is an advantage ? Against the motion Eric Verhoeven Nuremberg, Germany 15/04/2012 14:15 to 15/04/2012 14:25 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 15/04/2012 14:25 to 15/04/2012 14:30 Click Here
Preferred treatment for less than ideal neck length (<1.5cm): Suprarenal endovascular repair Thomas Forbes London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 14:40 to 15/04/2012 14:50 Click Here
Preferred treatment for less than ideal neck length (<1.5cm): Infrarenal endovascular repair Robert Rhee Pittsburgh, United States 15/04/2012 14:50 to 15/04/2012 15:00 Click Here
Discussion , 15/04/2012 15:00 to 15/04/2012 15:10 Click Here
Aortic: Late performance of EVAR Chairman Nick Cheshire London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 15:10 to 15/04/2012 16:40
Relevance of 'turn down' rate of elective aortic surgery Matt Thompson London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 15:10 to 15/04/2012 15:20 Click Here
Does repositionable deployment improve EVAR? Hence Verhagen Rotterdam, Netherlands 15/04/2012 15:20 to 15/04/2012 15:30 Click Here
Results of EVAR with stapling Jean-Paul de Vries Nieuwegein, Netherlands 15/04/2012 15:30 to 15/04/2012 15:40 Click Here
Intervention criteria for iliac aneurysms Jonothan Earnshaw Gloucester, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 15:40 to 15/04/2012 15:50 Click Here
Management and classification of tortuous iliac arteries John Hardman Bath, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 15:50 to 15/04/2012 16:00 Click Here
Reducing error in technique Colin Bicknell London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 16:00 to 15/04/2012 16:05 Click Here
V12 aorto-iliac reconstruction of the aortic bifurcation Michel Reijnen Amhem, Netherlands 15/04/2012 16:05 to 15/04/2012 16:10 Click Here
Discussion , 15/04/2012 16:10 to 15/04/2012 16:25 Click Here
Debate: Internal iliac branched graft use is an expensive white elephant ? For the motion Rob Morgan London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 16:25 to 15/04/2012 16:35 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 15/04/2012 16:35 to 15/04/2012 16:40 Click Here
Aortic: Towards IMPROVED pathways for ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms Chairman Janet Powell London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 17:10 to 15/04/2012 18:00
The lucky few rupture backwards Toste Lanne Linkoeping, Sweden 15/04/2012 17:10 to 15/04/2012 17:15 Click Here
Making the presumed diagnosis and disposal Fionna Moore London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 17:15 to 15/04/2012 17:20 Click Here
The importance of patient stability and the importance of avoiding overtransfusion Juerg Schmidli Bern, Switzerland 15/04/2012 17:25 to 15/04/2012 17:30 Click Here
DELPHI ? Consensus on inter-hospital transfers in UK Janet Powell London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 17:35 to 15/04/2012 17:40 Click Here
Discussion , 15/04/2012 17:45 to 15/04/2012 18:00 Click Here
Monday 16 April

Carotid Chairman Carlo Setacci Siena, Italy 16/04/2012 08:00 to 16/04/2012 10:05
There is an increased risk of stroke, myocardial infarction and death if carotid endarterectomy is performed within 14 days of onset of symptoms Michael Gough Leeds, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 08:00 to 16/04/2012 08:05 Click Here
How relevant is carotid endarterectomy within 2 weeks of onset? Marc Cairols Barcelona, Spain 16/04/2012 08:05 to 16/04/2012 08:10 Click Here
Is intervention 6 months after symptoms worthwhile? John Wolfe London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 08:10 to 16/04/2012 08:15 Click Here
Invited Commentary Ross Naylor Leicester, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 08:15 to 16/04/2012 08:20 Click Here
Discussion , 16/04/2012 08:20 to 16/04/2012 08:30 Click Here
Inflammation imaging in carotid assessment Richard Gibbs London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 08:40 to 16/04/2012 08:45 Click Here
The effect of carotid technique on post-op hypertension Dittmar Boeckler Heidelberg, Germany 16/04/2012 08:45 to 16/04/2012 08:55 Click Here
Carotid repair for asymptomatic diseases beats medical management alone Peter Schneider Honolulu, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 08:55 to 16/04/2012 09:05 Click Here
Discussion , 16/04/2012 09:05 to 16/04/2012 09:15 Click Here
Carotid Chairman Peter Gaines Sheffield, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 09:15 to 16/04/2012 10:05
Great Debate: CREST is telling us to swing towards carotid stenting. Should we? - For the motion Sumaira Macdonald Newcastle, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 09:15 to 16/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Great Debate: CREST is telling us to swing towards carotid stenting. Should we? - For the motion William Grey New York, United States 16/04/2012 09:15 to 16/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Great Debate: CREST is telling us to swing towards carotid stenting. Should we? - Against the motion Michael Jenkin London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 09:15 to 16/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Great Debate: CREST is telling us to swing towards carotid stenting. Should we? - Against the motion Michael Makaroun Pittsburgh, United States 16/04/2012 09:15 to 16/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 16/04/2012 09:35 to 16/04/2012 09:45 Click Here
PICASSO trial and external carotid artery treatment Gert Jan de Borst Utrecht, Netherlands 16/04/2012 09:45 to 16/04/2012 09:50 Click Here
Debate: Randomised controlled trials for asymptomatic carotid disease without a medical arm will be obsolete when published ? For the motion Ross Naylor Leicester, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 09:50 to 16/04/2012 10:00 Click Here
Debate: Randomised controlled trials for asymptomatic carotid disease without a medical arm will be obsolete when published ? Against the motion Alison Halliday Oxford, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 09:50 to 16/04/2012 10:00 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 16/04/2012 10:00 to 16/04/2012 10:05 Click Here
Upper Limb Chairman Frans Moll Utrecht, Netherlands 16/04/2012 10:05 to 16/04/2012 10:40
Debate: It is reasonable to cover/exclude the left subclavian artery in the majority of patients ? For the motion Frank Criado Baltimore, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 10:05 to 16/04/2012 10:15 Click Here
Debate: It is reasonable to cover/exclude the left subclavian artery in the majority of patients ? Against the motion Piergiorgio Cao Rome, Italy 16/04/2012 10:05 to 16/04/2012 10:15 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 16/04/2012 10:15 to 16/04/2012 10:20 Click Here
Management of the thoracic outlet syndrome vascular and neural John Thompson Exeter, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 10:20 to 16/04/2012 10:25 Click Here
Debate: After thrombolysis of the subclavian vein occlusion, first rib excision is mandatory ? Against the motion Iain Loftus London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 10:25 to 16/04/2012 10:35 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 16/04/2012 10:35 to 16/04/2012 10:40 Click Here
Thoracic Chairman Barry Katzen Miami, United States 16/04/2012 11:10 to 16/04/2012 12:30
Translating computational modelling to the heart of the clinic Nic Smith London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 11:10 to 16/04/2012 11:20 Click Here
Computational fluid dynamics for aortic dissection and for stent graft complications Herv? Rousseau Toulouse, France 16/04/2012 11:30 to 16/04/2012 11:40 Click Here
Discussion , 16/04/2012 11:40 to 16/04/2012 11:50 Click Here
Debate: Thoracic aortic pathology is key to choice of treatment ? For the motion Peter Taylor London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 11:50 to 16/04/2012 12:10 Click Here
Debate: Thoracic aortic pathology is key to choice of treatment ? Against the motion Dittmar Boeckler Heidelberg, Germany 16/04/2012 11:50 to 16/04/2012 12:10 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 16/04/2012 12:10 to 16/04/2012 12:20 Click Here
Four classifications of thoracic aneurysm repair with fenestrated or branched grafts Stephan Haulon Lille, France 16/04/2012 12:20 to 16/04/2012 12:30 Click Here
Thoracic Chairman Matt Thompson London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 13:30 to 16/04/2012 14:50
Which pathologies are first choice for: Thoraco abdominal total endovascular aortic repair - with off the shelf pre-loaded fenestrated grafts being developed Tim Resch Malmo, Sweden 16/04/2012 13:50 to 16/04/2012 14:00 Click Here
Which pathologies are first choice for: Thoraco abdominal total endovascular aortic repair - with physician made fenestrated grafts? Joseph Ricotta Atlanta, United States 16/04/2012 14:00 to 16/04/2012 14:10 Click Here
Which pathologies are first choice for: Hybrid repair? John Wolfe London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 14:10 to 16/04/2012 14:20 Click Here
Which pathologies are first choice for: Sandwich repair? Eric Ducasse Bordeaux, France 16/04/2012 14:20 to 16/04/2012 14:30 Click Here
Which pathologies are first choice for: Chimney repair? Frank Criado Baltimore, United States 16/04/2012 14:30 to 16/04/2012 14:40 Click Here
Discussion , 16/04/2012 14:40 to 16/04/2012 14:50 Click Here
Thoracic Chairman Peter Taylor London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 14:50 to 16/04/2012 16:25
The multilayer stent (MARS) approach is a breakthrough Michel Henry Nancy, France 16/04/2012 14:50 to 16/04/2012 15:05 Click Here
The multilayer stent (MARS) approach is a breakthrough Thomas Larzon Orebro, Sweden 16/04/2012 14:50 to 16/04/2012 15:05 Click Here
Discussion , 16/04/2012 15:05 to 16/04/2012 15:15 Click Here
Degrees of complications in Type B dissection Martin Czerny Bern, Switzerland 16/04/2012 15:50 to 16/04/2012 15:55 Click Here
Which uncomplicated Type B dissections benefit from thoracic endografting? Vincent Riambau Barcelona, Spain 16/04/2012 15:55 to 16/04/2012 16:05 Click Here
Discussion , 16/04/2012 16:15 to 16/04/2012 16:25 Click Here
Thoracic Chairman Stephan Haulon Lille, France 16/04/2012 16:25 to 16/04/2012 18:15
At the end of innovation, experimentation begins Matt Thompson London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 16:55 to 16/04/2012 17:05 Click Here
Debate: All TEVAR patients must be followed up lifelong by annual CTA/MRA ? For the motion Tara Mastracci Cleveland, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 17:05 to 16/04/2012 17:25 Click Here
Debate: All TEVAR patients must be followed up lifelong by annual CTA/MRA ? Against the motion Eric Verhoeven Nuremberg, Germany 16/04/2012 17:05 to 16/04/2012 17:25 Click Here
Session discussion and debate vote , 16/04/2012 17:25 to 16/04/2012 17:35 Click Here
Debate: Spinal cord monitoring is as essential for endovascular as for open surgical thoracic procedures ? Against the motion Krassi Ivancev London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 17:45 to 16/04/2012 18:05 Click Here
Session discussion and debate vote , 16/04/2012 18:05 to 16/04/2012 18:15 Click Here
Tuesday 17 April

Juxta-Renal: Mesenteric artery controversies Chairman George Hamilton London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 08:00 to 17/04/2012 09:15
Coeliac axis compression and nutcracker syndrome Peter Taylor London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 08:05 to 17/04/2012 08:10 Click Here
Mesenteric artery reconstruction: endarterectomy and reimplantation Charles Acher Madison, United States 17/04/2012 08:10 to 17/04/2012 08:15 Click Here
Preferred approach for juxta-renal reconstruction: Surgery Cliff Shearman Southampton, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 08:15 to 17/04/2012 08:25 Click Here
Preferred approach for juxta-renal reconstruction: Sandwich technique Ralf Kolvenbach Dusseldorf, Germany 17/04/2012 08:25 to 17/04/2012 08:35 Click Here
Preferred approach for juxta-renal reconstruction: Chimney Dieter Mayer Zurich, Switzerland 17/04/2012 08:35 to 17/04/2012 08:45 Click Here
Preferred approach for juxta-renal reconstruction: Gore? HYBRID debranching Mario Lachat Zurich, Switzerland 17/04/2012 08:45 to 17/04/2012 08:55 Click Here
Preferred approach for juxta-renal reconstruction: (Ventana) Off-the-shelf fenestrated Daniel Clair Cleveland, United States 17/04/2012 08:55 to 17/04/2012 09:05 Click Here
Discussion , 17/04/2012 09:05 to 17/04/2012 09:15 Click Here
Juxta-Renal: Mesenteric artery controversies Chairman Peter Taylor London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 09:15 to 17/04/2012 09:40
Debate: Fenestrated and branched EVAR are worthwhile ? For the motion Krassi Ivancev London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 09:15 to 17/04/2012 09:25 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 17/04/2012 09:25 to 17/04/2012 09:35 Click Here
Early Results of Fenestrated Endovascular Repair in the UK: BSET study Rao Vallabhaneni Liverpool, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 09:35 to 17/04/2012 09:40 Click Here
Juxta-Renal: Renal controversies Chairman Peter Taylor London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 09:40 to 17/04/2012 10:00
Into the future: What will CORAL teach us? Michael Jaff Boston, United States 17/04/2012 09:40 to 17/04/2012 09:50 Click Here
Perirenal denervation ? is it established? Iris Baumgartner Bern, Switzerland 17/04/2012 09:50 to 17/04/2012 09:55 Click Here
Discussion , 17/04/2012 09:55 to 17/04/2012 10:00 Click Here
Venous: Great (long) saphenous varicose veins treatment Chairman Alun Davies London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 10:30 to 17/04/2012 11:20
Do varicose veins develop from above or below? Eberhard Rabe Bonn, Germany 17/04/2012 10:30 to 17/04/2012 10:35 Click Here
Duplex alone is sufficient in evaluating the infra-inguinal lower limb venous system Michael Tal New Haven, United States 17/04/2012 10:35 to 17/04/2012 10:40 Click Here
Debate: Foam sclerotherapy for truncal ablation is underused ? For the motion Jonothan Earnshaw Gloucester, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 10:40 to 17/04/2012 10:50 Click Here
Debate: Foam sclerotherapy for truncal ablation is underused ? Against the motion Lowell Kabnick New York, United States 17/04/2012 10:40 to 17/04/2012 10:50 Click Here
Session discussion and vote , 17/04/2012 10:50 to 17/04/2012 10:55 Click Here
Great Debate: Truncal ablation with correction of reflux is the priority, rather truncal preservation in patients with varicose veins of the varicose veins ? For the motion Michael Gough Leeds, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 10:55 to 17/04/2012 11:15 Click Here
Great Debate: Truncal ablation with correction of reflux is the priority, rather truncal preservation in patients with varicose veins of the varicose veins ? Against the motion Paul Pittaluga Nice, France 17/04/2012 10:55 to 17/04/2012 11:15 Click Here
Great Debate: Truncal ablation with correction of reflux is the priority, rather truncal preservation in patients with varicose veins of the varicose veins ? Against the motion Marianne De Maeseneer Rotterdam, Netherlands 17/04/2012 10:55 to 17/04/2012 11:15 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 17/04/2012 11:15 to 17/04/2012 11:20 Click Here
Venous: Great (long) saphenous varicose veins treatment Chairman Ian Frankin London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 11:20 to 17/04/2012 12:00
It matters not a jot or tittle which method is used to thrombose the superficial varicose vein by heat ? the result is the same Alun Davies London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 11:20 to 17/04/2012 11:25 Click Here
5 year laser follow up Michael Gough Leeds, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 11:25 to 17/04/2012 11:30 Click Here
Developments in thermal venous ablation Renate van den Bos Rotterdam, Netherlands 17/04/2012 11:30 to 17/04/2012 11:35 Click Here
Debate: Tumescent anaesthesia is no longer a benefit in superficial vein ablation in the office ? For the motion Steve Elias Englewood, United States 17/04/2012 11:35 to 17/04/2012 11:45 Click Here
Debate: Tumescent anaesthesia is no longer a benefit in superficial vein ablation in the office ? Against the motion Lowell Kabnick New York, United States 17/04/2012 11:35 to 17/04/2012 11:45 Click Here
All venous ulcers are the same ? so why bother to differentiate Bo Eklof Helsingborg, Sweden 17/04/2012 11:45 to 17/04/2012 11:50 Click Here
Session discussion and vote , 17/04/2012 11:50 to 17/04/2012 12:00 Click Here
Venous: Perforating veins Chairman Ian Frankin London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 12:00 to 17/04/2012 12:40
The place of: SEPS Tims Lees Newcastle, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 12:00 to 17/04/2012 12:05 Click Here
The place of: Radiofrequency & laser Mark Whiteley Guildford, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 12:05 to 17/04/2012 12:10 Click Here
Discussion , 17/04/2012 12:15 to 17/04/2012 12:25 Click Here
Debate: Treating calf preforators is pointless ? Against the motion Barrie Price Guildford, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 12:25 to 17/04/2012 12:35 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 17/04/2012 12:34 to 17/04/2012 12:40 Click Here
Venous: Deep venous disease thrombosis and venous ulcers Chairman Ian Frankin London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 12:40 to 17/04/2012 13:35
Debate: Deep venous reconstruction is worthwhile ? For the motion Alun Davies London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 12:40 to 17/04/2012 12:50 Click Here
Debate: Deep venous reconstruction is worthwhile ? Against the motion Cees Wittens Maastricht, Netherlands 17/04/2012 12:40 to 17/04/2012 12:50 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 17/04/2012 12:50 to 17/04/2012 12:55 Click Here
Iliofemoral venous obstruction as a cause of resistant ulcers Peter Negl?n Limassol, Cyprus 17/04/2012 12:55 to 17/04/2012 13:00 Click Here
Preventing DVT: A blanket approach Gerry Stansby Newcastle, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 13:00 to 17/04/2012 13:05 Click Here
Vulval disease treated by coil embolisation Mark Whiteley Guildford, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 13:10 to 17/04/2012 13:15 Click Here
Discussion - Stansby , 17/04/2012 13:25 to 17/04/2012 13:35 Click Here
Venous: Deep venous disease thrombosis and venous ulcers Chairman Alun Davies London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 13:35 to 17/04/2012 15:05
Is acute deep venous thrombosis in the lower limb best managed by: Surgical extraction? Anthony Comerota Toledo, United States 17/04/2012 14:35 to 17/04/2012 14:40 Click Here
Is acute deep venous thrombosis in the lower limb best managed by: Trellis? Jos van den Berg Lucerne, Switzerland 17/04/2012 14:40 to 17/04/2012 14:45 Click Here
Is acute deep venous thrombosis in the lower limb best managed by: Angiojet? Narayan Karunanithy London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 14:45 to 17/04/2012 14:50 Click Here
Is acute deep venous thrombosis in the lower limb is best managed by: (Audience discussion: ''Is another method better?'') Mehmet Kurtoglu Istanbul, Turkey 17/04/2012 14:55 to 17/04/2012 15:05 Click Here
Vote on all , 17/04/2012 14:55 to 17/04/2012 15:05 Click Here
Venous: CCSVI Chairman Roger Greenhalgh London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 15:05 to 17/04/2012 16:25
Great debate: Is this an entity and a subset of multiple sclerosis? - Against the motion Alun Davies London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 15:05 to 17/04/2012 15:25 Click Here
Great debate: Is this an entity and a subset of multiple sclerosis? - Against the motion Richard Nicholas London, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 15:05 to 17/04/2012 15:25 Click Here
Discussion and vote , 17/04/2012 15:25 to 17/04/2012 15:35 Click Here
CCSVI is a recognisable syndrome, defined as those within multiple sclerosis who have internal jugular venous stenosis? Marian Simka Katowice, Poland 17/04/2012 15:35 to 17/04/2012 15:45 Click Here
How often does internal jugular venous stenosis occur in the community? Sumaira Macdonald Newcastle, United Kingdom 17/04/2012 15:45 to 17/04/2012 15:55 Click Here
What end points are chosen to assess the effect of internal jugular vein stenosis correction? Michael Dake Stanford, United States 17/04/2012 15:55 to 17/04/2012 16:05 Click Here
Discussion , 17/04/2012 16:15 to 17/04/2012 16:25 Click Here
Satellite Saturday 14 April

Gore Satellite Chairman Eric Verhoeven Nuremberg, Germany 14/04/2012 10:50 to 14/04/2012 11:20
What does the 1-year VIPER data indicate? Dennis Gable Dallas, United States 14/04/2012 10:50 to 14/04/2012 11:00 Click Here
The evidence that heparin-bonded grafts are better than uncoated ePTFE grafts and as good as vein grafts Walter Dorigo Firenze, Italy 14/04/2012 11:00 to 14/04/2012 11:10 Click Here
What can we expect from ongoing SFA endoluminal bypass trials? Current status review! Thomas Zeller Bad Krozingen, Germany 14/04/2012 11:10 to 14/04/2012 11:20 Click Here
Maquet Satellite Chairman Eric Verhoeven Nuremberg, Germany 14/04/2012 12:35 to 14/04/2012 13:35
Antimicrobial grafts: Prevention of infection in peripheral vascular surgery: Experience and outcomes Ralf Kolvenback Dusseldorf, Germany 14/04/2012 12:35 to 14/04/2012 13:35 Click Here
Facing the inevitable: Surgical therapies after failed endovascular interventions Afshin Assadian Vienna, Austria 14/04/2012 12:35 to 14/04/2012 13:35 Click Here
Use of covered stents in modern vascular surgery Eric Verhoeven Nuremberg, Germany 14/04/2012 12:35 to 14/04/2012 13:35 Click Here
Panel discussion , 14/04/2012 12:35 to 14/04/2012 13:35 Click Here
Cordis Satellite Chairman Roger Greenhalgh London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 15:50 to 14/04/2012 16:10
Case presentation Maarten van der Laan Utrecht, Netherlands 14/04/2012 15:50 to 14/04/2012 16:00 Click Here
Round table discussion on the case presented Jim Reekers Amsterdam, Netherlands 14/04/2012 16:00 to 14/04/2012 16:10 Click Here
Round table discussion on the case presented Edward Jude Ashton-under-Lyne, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 16:00 to 14/04/2012 16:10 Click Here
Cordis Satellite Chairman Roger Greenhalgh London, United Kingdom 14/04/2012 16:10 to 14/04/2012 16:50
How would I treat this case: Tips & tricks for below the knee endovascular revascularisation Ali Amin West Reading, United States 14/04/2012 16:10 to 14/04/2012 16:20 Click Here
Treatment of the case Maarten van der Laan Utrecht, Netherlands 14/04/2012 16:30 to 14/04/2012 16:40 Click Here
Round Table discussion + Q&A , 14/04/2012 16:40 to 14/04/2012 16:50 Click Here
Sunday 15 April

Gore Satellite Chairman Hence Verhagen Rotterdam, Netherlands 15/04/2012 10:00 to 15/04/2012 10:30
GREAT GORE? C3 registry: what does 1 year follow up data tell us? Eric Verhoeven Nuremberg, Germany 15/04/2012 10:00 to 15/04/2012 10:10 Click Here
Does multicenter data from an Italian registry of 800+ AAAs match clinical trial data? Gabriele Piffaretti Varese, Italy 15/04/2012 10:10 to 15/04/2012 10:20 Click Here
Advances in TEVAR devices: Meeting the challenges of complex patient anatomies William Jordan Birmingham, United States 15/04/2012 10:20 to 15/04/2012 10:30 Click Here
Medtronic Satellite: Rasing the bar: Innovation + Experience = Successful outcomes Hence Verhagen Rotterdam, Netherlands 15/04/2012 13:10 to 15/04/2012 14:10
Innovation to improve outcomes in the thoracic arch: Why there is a need for branched and lower profile devices Matt Thompson London, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 13:10 to 15/04/2012 13:30 Click Here
Experience leads to continued high quality innovation: Meeting unmet needs in abdominal aortic anuerysm treatment Fabio Verzini Perugia, Italy 15/04/2012 13:30 to 15/04/2012 13:50 Click Here
Consistently successful patient outcomes: Confidence continued with Endurant Michael Makaroun Pittsburgh, United Kingdom 15/04/2012 13:50 to 15/04/2012 14:10 Click Here
Monday 16 April

Vascutek Satellite Chairman Piergiorgio Cao Rome, Italy 16/04/2012 12:30 to 16/04/2012 13:30
Anaconda?- An Update on the Italian Registry Antonio Freyrie Bologna, Italy 16/04/2012 12:30 to 16/04/2012 12:50 Click Here
Fenestrated Anaconda? Nick Burfitt London, United Kingdom 16/04/2012 12:50 to 16/04/2012 13:10 Click Here