Less than a week to go until 2nd International Veins Meeting! Register now!

There are only six days until the 2nd International Veins Meeting!  We have 3 days of exciting and educational sessions planned which include:

  • Live interactive scanning and operating focusing on extending Transvaginal duplex for pelvic vein reflux and obstruction, Pelvic vein embolization, Thermoablation and Non-Thermal Ablation of Venous Trunks, TRLOP closure of perforators, Ultrasound Foam sclerotherapy, Ambulatory Phlebectomy, Phlebectomy of facial / forehead veins.
  • Scientific discussions related to all aspects of venous diagnosis and interventions.
  • A leg ulcer stream to find out the very latest investigations and treatments for venous leg ulcers.
  • Hands-on scanning and skills stations combined with basic science talks related to phlebological practice.
  • Meet the expert sessions where attendees get the opportunity to ask their questions to the vascular experts in an informal setting over coffee.

There are only six days until the 2nd International Veins Meeting and we have 3 days of exciting and educational sessions planned, which include:

  • Live interactive scanning and operating focusing on extending TransVaginal duplex for pelvic vein reflux and obstruction, pelvic vein embolization, Thermoablation and Non-Thermal Ablation of Venous Trunks, TRLOP closure of perforators, Ultrasound Foam sclerotherapy, Ambulatory Phlebectomy
  • Scientific discussions related to all aspects of venous diagnosis and interventions.
  • A leg ulcer stream to find out the very latest investigations and treatments for venous leg ulcers.
  • Hands-on scanning and skills stations combined with basic science talks related to phlebological practice.
  • Meet the expert sessions where attendees get the opportunity to ask their questions to the vascular experts in an informal setting over coffee.

We have a fantastic faculty team joining us too for the Veins Meeting including Seshardri Raju, Sergio Gianesini and CoP President Professor Mark Whiteley.  Attendees will get the opportunity to meet the internationally renowned Venous Experts and ask their questions. Also the live sessions will be interactive and the audience will have the opportunity to ask their questions directly to the surgeon or clinical scientist. 

Learn – each subject or technique will start off with presentations on the basics – why we do it, who is suitable, what devices are used, how did this subject or technique develop. This will enable delegates with little or no experience in the area to get to grips with the subject or technique.

Understand – these subjects and techniques will then be analysed further – with presentations of the latest studies, devices and the relevant basic science, to deepen understanding and to help delegates understand how to improve their own practice.

Watch – there will then be live links to ultrasound suites, operating theatres and radiology rooms where live cases will be performed by recognised experts in the field. Depending on the subject or technique being explored, the live cases may be both diagnostic and treatment. Delegates will be able to ask the specialists questions during the procedures, mediated through the session chairman. Delegates will not only see the latest procedures, but will be able to clear up any specific points of interest or technique immediately.

Ask – finally, each subject or technique will be opened up for questions from any of the delegates attending, to make sure they have a chance to express their views or ask questions.

 

The 2nd International Veins Meeting is set to be packed full of educational information and give attendees the opportunity to ask their questions. Delegates will also receive abstracts within the proceedings booklet on a USB.

If you only attend one veins meeting this year make sure it’s the 2nd International Veins Meeting 2018! Register now to secure your place.