Clinical Insights: Journal Peer Review
We invite you to join us on our new initiative where we aim to integrate clinician's experience and the best available scientific information to promote evidence-based management of aortic diseases.
The campaign comprises three webinar series with two episodes each. We will bring authors of some of the best papers written in the aortic space to discuss and promote evidence-based medicine.
Below you'll find the latest episode details, speakers and topics.Register for email updates Suggest a topic/paper
Series 1: Endovascular Current Series
EPISODE 1: May 2021
Low profile matters in TEVAR
We were joined by Hazem El Beyrouti and Maximilian Kreibich as they shared their experience of low-profile technology as well as tips on how to manage challenging anatomies and prevent stroke during TEVAR. They also discussed whether dual-sheath delivery systems help achieve Zone 0 deployment whilst minimizing complications.
EPISODE 2: Wednesday 14th July 2021 - 17:00 (BST) / 18:00 (CET)
AAA Sac shrinkage: A sensitive marker for EVAR success
In the second episode of the series, we will be joined by Giacomo Isernia and Michael Stoner as they discuss the relevance of AAA Sac Shrinkage as a marker of Endovascular Repair success. They will also share tips and tricks on how to salvage an EVAR procedure as well as their long-term follow up outcomes with different EVAR stent-grafts. Register to join us in the session.Register now Suggest a topic/paper
You can join the live event on your computer, tablet or smartphone. If you can't attend, register now and we'll send you the recording when the event finishes.
Series 2 Coming soon
Information about Series 2 will be available soon.
Series 3 Coming soon
Information about Series 3 will be available soon.
This webinar series is only intended for medical professionals and is not a substitute for medical advice
nor promotion of any medical procedure or product.
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