This CX Programme is subject to change.

Major Vascular Trauma - Wednesday, 22nd April
Venue:   London Room Learning Centre
Major vascular trauma
Damage control surgery for vascular surgeons
Speaker:   Christopher Aylwin, London, United Kingdom
Catastrophic vascular haemorrhage: Pelvic exsanguination (diagnosis/pathways/treatment - REBOA/embolisation vs. IIA ligation)
Speaker:   Ross Davenport, London, United Kingdom
Audience participation and discussion
 
Aorta injury and interventions
Blunt aortic injury - when to intervene, difficult landing zones and surveillance
Speaker:   Ounali Jaffer, Walton on Thames, United Kingdom
REBOA as an adjunct for control of vascular trauma haemorrhage (pros vs. cons, international experience and moving to a consensus)
Speaker:   Tim Stansfield, Leeds, United Kingdom
UK REBOA trial and role in pre-hospital care
Speaker:   Robert Lendrum, London, United Kingdom
Audience participation and discussion
 
Extremity vascular trauma
IVC filters - when and for how long
Speaker:   Elika Kashef, London, United Kingdom
Venous repairs - benefits vs. risks
Speaker:   Kaji Sritharan, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Shunting - when/how/why?
Speaker:   Tom Konig, London, United Kingdom
Audience participation and discussion
 
Tea break and visit to hands-on workshops
Neck
Blunt cerebrovascular injury management
Speaker:   Karim Brohi, London, United Kingdom
Management of neck trauma - worst day at the office
Case 1: Vertebral artery injury
Speaker:   Ross Davenport, London, United Kingdom
Case 2: Subclavian artery avulsion
Speaker:   Christopher Aylwin, London, United Kingdom
Audience participation and discussion
 
Training and future of vascular trauma practice
I am not a paediatric surgeon… what does a vascular surgeon need to know?
Speaker:   Rachel Bell, London, United Kingdom
ECMO and selective arch perfusion in major trauma
Speaker:   Ben Singer, London, United Kingdom
UK vascular trauma practice: What does TARN tell us we actually do?
Speaker:   Simon Glasgow, London, United Kingdom
Training for vascular trauma in 2025
Speaker:   Martin Griffiths, London, United Kingdom
CX Debate: Vascular surgeons should be primary responders to all major haemorrhage protocol trauma calls

For the motion
Celia Riga, London, United Kingdom

Against the motion
TBA

Audience participation and discussion