Vascular Society Annual Scientific Meeting INFORMATION AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
During this challenging time, we are committed to continuing to educate and support healthcare professionals. We recognise that many are dealing with increasing complexities of workflow and may be busy supporting efforts to contain and treat Covid-19.
As needs evolve, we will continue to work with healthcare providers to navigate this new landscape and ensure that we go Further, Together.
WHAT FURTHER, TOGETHER MEANS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND BEYOND
Session 1: Revive and Reinvent Your Vein Service in a Covid World
Session 2: Revival and Evolution of the Modern Vein Service
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Medtronic has created its Aortic TASK force to support physicians. We have a range of resources available, from digital education, remote sizing and planning support and flexible inventory support.
SUPPORTING PHYSICIANS AND THEIR EXPERTISE
BY STREAMLINING THE AORTIC SIZING AND PLANNING PROCESS
Designed to give you – and your endovascular team – additional technical expertise when sizing and planning cases. SmartPlan ensures an efficient patient-to-procedure workflow, while safeguarding your patients’ data.
VenasealTM closure system
Learn more about the Venaseal closure system longer term 5 year data and how the technology relates to NICE Interventional Procedures Guidance 670 Standard Arrangements on cyanoacrylate glue occlusion for varicose veinsLEARN MORE
SUPERFICIAL VEIN THERAPIES
See our full superficial portfolio and help your patients find relief from chronic venous insufficiency.view treatments
Latest clinical signals suggest aneurysm sac regression is associated with better long-term outcomes.
See the data and how Endurant II/IIs addresses sac regression
you can address aneurysm sac regression
Why sac regression?
- Sac regression is defined by the SVS as the reduction in maximum diameter of the aneurysm sac by > 5 mm.1
- Latest clinical signals suggest aneurysm sac regression is associated with better long-term outcomes.2
Medtronic offers an advanced and versatile portfolio of embolization technologies, the breadth of which enables physicians to treat a wide variety of patients and adapt to their individual needs
Through collaborating with physicians, Medtronic has created several tools to serve as a resource to assist in the structuring of a rupture program at your institution.
Download the toolkit or watch a series of webinars focusing on important aspects of rAAA.
Ahn SS, Rutherford RB, Johnston KW, et al. Reporting standards for infrarenal endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. Ad Hoc Committee for Standardized Reporting Practices in Vascular Surgery of The Society for Vascular Surgery/International Society for Cardiovascular Surgery. J Vasc Surg. February 1997;25(2):405-410.
O’Donnell TFX, Deery SE, Boitano LT, et al. Aneurysm sac failure to regress after endovascular aneurysm repair is associated with lower long-term survival. J Vasc Surg. February 2019;69(2):414-422.
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