CX Paediatric Vascular Issues

Thursday 30 April (Morning) – London Room Learning Centre

Course directors: George Hamilton and Malcolm Simms

At this year’s CX Paediatric Vascular Issues delegates will learn the modern management of childhood vascular disorders with a special focus on: limb ischaemia, aortic and arterial pathologies and vascular malformations.

Click here to learn about current practice of paediatric vascular issues management. Insights from George Hamilton and Malcolm Simms.

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CX Paediatric Vascular Issues
Chairing: George Hamilton, London, United Kingdom
Chairing: Malcolm Simms, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Limb ischaemia 08:30-08:35 Imaging in children, advances and logistics
Clare McLaren, London, United Kingdom
08:35-08:45 Thrombolysis - pre-term, neonate and child
Meryl Davis, London, United Kingdom
08:45-08:55 Complications of vascular access/Surgery for acute occlusion
Malcolm Simms, Birmingham, United Kingdom
08:55-09:03 Chronic occlusion - late outcomes and vein graft morphology
Danielle Lowry, Birmingham, United Kingdom
09:03-09:10 Traumatic ischaemia
Nigel Tai, London, United Kingdom
09:10-09:20 Paediatric cancers and vascular involvement
Malcolm Simms, Birmingham, United Kingdom
09:20-10:00 Cases from delegates and panel discussion
10:00-10:30 COFFEE Aortic and arterial pathologies 10:30-10:40 Vasculitides
Meryl Davis, London, United Kingdom
10:40-10:50 Endovascular treatment of paediatric vascular disease
Derek John Roebuck, London, United Kingdom
10:50-11:00 Surgery for renovascular disease
Colin Forman, London, United Kingdom
11:00-11:10 Paediatric aneurysmal disease
George Hamilton, London, United Kingdom
11:10-11:30 Cases from delegates and panel discussion
Vascular malformations of childhood 11:30-11:40 Pathophysiology, classification and medical management
Samira Syed, London, United Kingdom
11:40-11:50 Interventional management
Alex M. Barnacle, London, United Kingdom
11:50-12:00 Surgical management
Loshan Kangesu, London, United Kingdom
12:00-12:10 Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome
George Hamilton, London, United Kingdom
12:10-12:30 Cases from delegates and panel discussion