One and a half days of advanced AAA symposium will provide a forum for participants to learn from endovascular experts and other attendees about the treatment of complex AAA cases.
One and a half days advanced thoracic, symposium will provide a, forum for participants to learn, from endovascular experts and, course attendees about the, treatment of complex TAA cases, in challenging anatomies.
This symposium will provide attendees with an opportunity to share dissection treatment considerations and discuss patient selection challenges. Participants will engage with experts on the prevention and management of dissection complications.
This workshop is designed, for advanced physicians to, explore thoracic treatment options, for challenging anatomies., Both faculty and attendees, will share case studies, emphasizing practical clinical, TEVAR techniques in challenging patient anatomies and the appropriate, treatment strategies and tactics
This symposium is one and a half days and designed to provide attendees with core knowledge of AAA / TAA treatment options. This is an open forum for exchange of ideas between attendees and faculty.
This one and a half days workshop will provide attendees with peer-to-peer education on the fundamentals of thoracic endografting including disease pathology, treatment options, patient selection criteria and best clinical practices. Participants will gain hands on experience.
An educational opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of Gore's core competencies - specifically as it relates to the clinical science and material attributes that impact product performance.
This workshop is one day and provides attendees the opportunity to experience AAA / Iliac and TAA stenting in a virtual environment. Endovascular techniques will be explored using simulation modeled after real patient anatomies.
This workshop is designed for fellows, or physicians who want to learn how, contemporary case planning strategies, can help in daily TEVAR practice. Faculty will share their practical clinical, experience in the planning and use of the Gore TEVAR device.
One and a half days TEVAR Complications Symposium provides an open forum for faculty and attendees to discuss TEVAR complications and how to resolve or avoid these problems. Key topics include a review of procedural complications such as stent-graft malpositioning, endoleaks (type I), aortic rupture. In addition, secondary interventions: graft migration and endoleaks (type II and III) will be reviewed.