CX 2021 Programme

Venous & Lymphatic Challenges - Tuesday, 26th April
Venue:   Kensington 2
Appropriate care challenges 08:00-08:40
The extent of the ‘overtreatment’ problem in venous disease
Speaker:   Steve Elias, Englewood, United States
Accreditation of venous centres: European perspective
Speaker:   Claudine Hamel-Desnos, Caen, France
Prioritisation of venous interventions
Speaker:   TBA
Superficial venous challenges 08:40-09:00
Optimal management of patients with superficial vein thrombosis according to ESVS guidelines
Speaker:   Armando Mansilha, Porto, Portugal
Venous ThromboEmbolism risk assessment for endovenous interventions
Speaker:   Sarah Onida, London, United Kingdom
Superficial venous challenges Continued 09:00-09:40
Pros and cons of multimodal, single-stage superficial venous interventions
Speaker:   Marie Josee Van Rijn, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Duplex imaging strategy after endovenous interventions and implications for (over)diagnosis of endovenous heat induced thrombus (EHIT)
Speaker:   Lowell Kabnick, Lake Worth, United States
The role of an angioplasty balloon in treating chronic venous obstructions
Speaker:   TBA
VenaSeal versus ablation with endothermal laser or radiofrequency for saphenous vein incompetence: a comparison of utilization of adjunctive phlebectomy (VenaSeal value)
Speaker:   TBA
Deep venous challenges 09:40-10:00
Clinical update on a novel venous stent
Speaker:   Michael Lichtenberg, Arnsberg, Germany
Defining ‘failure’ after deep venous stenting
Speaker:   Erin Murphy, Charlotte, United States
Networking break - Coffee 10:00-10:30
Deep venous challenges Continued 10:30-11:30
How to manage IVC Filter retrieval: Straight forward and complex
Speaker:   TBA
Deciding when inflow is inadequate for venous stenting
Speaker:   Houman Jalaie, Aachen, Germany
The importance of access and crossing techniques to treat deep venous obstructions successfully
Speaker:   Baris Ozdemir, Bristol, United Kingdom
Advances in deep vein valve reconstruction
Speaker:   Ramon Varcoe, Randwick, Australia
Areas of ongoing controversy in deep venous management: findings from a Delphi consensus
Speaker:   Mitchell Silver, Columbus, United States
When is removal of an inferior vena cava filter truly necessary in patients with post-thrombotic syndrome?
Speaker:   Kush Desai, Chicago, United States
Deep venous challenges Continued 11:30-12:30
LUPA trial and the role of deep venous intervention in venous ulcer care
Speaker:   TBA
Areas of consensus and discord between experts regarding deep venous interventions
Speaker:   Rick de Graaf, Friedrichshafen, Germany
Shape of venous stents that do not achieve full expansion in arteries. Current evidence for venous stenting outcomes for vein more oval than round
Insights and lessons from observed deep venous stent migrations
Podium 1st: Clear DVT study results: first to podium
Speaker:   Mitchell Silver, Columbus, United States
Rationale for a move towards mechanical thrombus removal therapies and away from lysis
Speaker:   Emma Wilton, Beaconsfield, United Kingdom
Networking break - Lunch 12:30-13:30
Lymphatic challenges 13:30-14:30
Value of specific lymphatic imaging in patients with swollen legs
Speaker:   Kristiana Gordon, London, United Kingdom
What the plastic surgeon can add to the care of patients with lymphoedema
The next generation of compression therapy to manage oedema and lymphoedema
Speaker:   Giovanni Mosti, LUCCA, Italy
Non-surgical management of phlebolymphoedema and lymphoedema
The value of near infrared fluorescence lymphatic imaging in clinical practice
Speaker:   Sarah Thomis, Leuven, Belgium
Lymphovenous anastomosis for venous ulcer
Speaker:   TBA
Pelvic venous challenges 14:30-15:10
Top-down versus bottom-up treatment for patients with pelvic origin varices
Speaker:   TBA
Five unbreakable rules for good clinical outcomes after pelvic vein embolisation
Speaker:   TBA
Practical implications of the SVP classification for pelvic venous disorders
Speaker:   TBA
Edited case - tips and tricks for optimal pelvic venous embolisation
Speaker:   Sriram Narayanan, Singapore, Singapore
Venous wound challenges 15:10-15:30
Implementing evidence-based pathways for venous ulceration
Speaker:   Alun Davies, London, United Kingdom
Acceptance of endovenous interventions in patients with venous leg ulceration
Speaker:   TBA
Networking break - Tea 15:30-16:00
Venous wound challenges continued 16:00-16:10
Building optimal wound care centres for patients with leg ulceration
Speaker:   Arkadiusz Jawien, Bydgoszcz, Poland
Venous challenges and hurting leg 16:10-17:00
The difference between Hemangiomas and vascular malformations
Speaker:   TBA
Treatment results of Vascular Malformations- what do we really know?
Speaker:   TBA
Ideal management pathways for low-flow vascular malformations
Speaker:   Laurence Boon, Brussels, Belgium
Fact and fiction around the use of compression stockings for the prevention of venous thromboembolism
Speaker:   Joseph Shalhoub, London, United Kingdom
ESVS clinical practice guidelines on the management of chronic venous disease (CVD) of the lower limb
Speaker:   TBA
Venous Edited cases 17:00-18:00