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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

CX Vascular Access Skills Course among “the best in Europe”

2019-09-09T09:46:09+01:00


Described as “one of the best” courses of its kind in Europe, this year’s CX Vascular Access Skills course took delegates through each stage of the patient journey, from diagnosis, to treatment, to complication response, through a series of 20 specialist training stations.

“Our main aim was […]

CX Vascular Access Skills Course among “the best in Europe”2019-09-09T09:46:09+01:00

Call for an advance in the treatment of aortic dissections at CX

2019-09-09T09:48:42+01:00


Experts in the Thoracic Aortic Plenary sessions yesterday discussed cutting-edge topics that lack support from strong data, making consensus difficult to achieve. Many unanswered questions were raised such as which patients with thoracic disease should get early vs. late treatment; whether centralisation of aortic services would tackle […]

Call for an advance in the treatment of aortic dissections at CX2019-09-09T09:48:42+01:00

CX Venous Consensus Update: Take-home messages

2019-09-09T10:10:49+01:00

The CX Venous Consensus Update—Plenary Programme took place on the first day of CX 2017 (Tuesday, 25 April). Stephen Black, member of the CX Programme Organising Board, summarises the take-home messages of this session.

CX Venous Consensus Update: Take-home messages2019-09-09T10:10:49+01:00

CX 2017 “a Plethora of Educational Opportunities”: Matt Thompson on what makes CX so special

2019-09-09T10:33:04+01:00

What are the special features of the CX Symposium? Matt Thompson, Co-chairman of the CX Programme Organising Board, highlights “a plethora of educational opportunities” including presentation of new evidence, key messages voiced by opinion leaders, debate and case-based discussion amongst others.

What makes CX so special for you? Tweet your […]

CX 2017 “a Plethora of Educational Opportunities”: Matt Thompson on what makes CX so special2019-09-09T10:33:04+01:00

CX 2017 “Brings everyone together”: Nicholas Inston on what makes CX so special

2017-02-14T16:36:26+00:00

What are the special features of the CX Symposium? Co-director, CX Vascular Access Course Nicholas Inston (Consultant Surgeon and Clinical Lead for Renal Surgery and Transplantation at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, Birmingham, UK) considers the Charing Cross Symposium “brings everyone together” from a worldwide basis and highlights the growing interest in […]

CX 2017 “Brings everyone together”: Nicholas Inston on what makes CX so special2017-02-14T16:36:26+00:00

CX 2017 “the Audience is in Charge”: Ian Franklin on what makes CX so special

2017-02-14T16:37:33+00:00

What are the special features of the CX Symposium? CX Programme Board member Ian Franklin (Consultant Vascular Surgeon at London Vascular Clinic, London, UK) notes that at CX “the audience is in charge”. “We acknowledge that participants are experts in their own right” and therefore have priority […]

CX 2017 “the Audience is in Charge”: Ian Franklin on what makes CX so special2017-02-14T16:37:33+00:00

CX 2017 “Access to Innovation”: Stephen Black on what makes CX so special

2017-02-14T16:39:04+00:00

What are the special features of the CX Symposium? CX Programme Board member Stephen Black (Consultant Vascular Surgeon at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London, UK) highlights “Access to Innovation” and a broad range of modalities as well as the ability to engage closely with the

CX 2017 “Access to Innovation”: Stephen Black on what makes CX so special2017-02-14T16:39:04+00:00

CX 2017 “the Discussion Culture”: Thomas Zeller on what makes CX so special

2017-02-06T17:42:20+00:00

What are the special features of the CX Symposium? CX Programme Board member Thomas Zeller (Professor of Angiology at Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg and Head of Department of Angiology at Universitäts – Herzzentrum Freiburg, Bad Krozingen, Germany) considers “the Discussion Culture” and exchange between the CX Faculty and the audience unique.

CX 2017 “the Discussion Culture”: Thomas Zeller on what makes CX so special2017-02-06T17:42:20+00:00

CX@LINC 2017 ‒ Life after EVAR 1

2019-09-09T10:34:16+01:00

CX Faculty members discussed “Life after EVAR 1” at LINC (24‒27 January 2017, Leipzig, Germany). Frans Moll, Co-chairman CX Programme Organising Board, summarises the take-home messages from the session.

Continue the discussion on “Life after EVAR 1” at CX 2017 ( 25‒28 April, Olympia Grand, London, UK). Register here […]

CX@LINC 2017 ‒ Life after EVAR 12019-09-09T10:34:16+01:00

CX 2017 “Drive to get Consensus”: Andrew Holden on what makes CX so special

2017-02-04T03:56:25+00:00

What are the special features of the CX Symposium? CX Programme Organising Board member Andrew Holden (Associate Professor of Radiology at Auckland University School of Medicine and Director of Interventional Services at Auckland City Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand) highlights the discussion, debate and “a drive to get consensus”.

CX 2017 “Drive to get Consensus”: Andrew Holden on what makes CX so special2017-02-04T03:56:25+00:00
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