Venous session

SATURDAY JANUARY 25

ROOM B / LEVEL 0


CONTROVERSIES AND UPDATES IN VARICOSE DISEASE

 

08.15

Welcome address / Jean-Luc GERARD

Deep vein

Deep vein

08.15

Moderator: Michel PERRIN, Peter GLOVICZKI


08.22 – Who benefi ts from first rib resection in patients with Paget-Schroetter syndrome? – George GEROULAKOS
08.30 – Stent placement for disabling pulsatile tinnitus – Emmanuel HOUDART
08.38 – Open and endovascular treatment of superior vena cava syndrome of benign aetiology – George GEROULAKOS
08.46 – Deep venous reflux repair: when it does not work – How to manage it? – Oscar MALETI
08.54 – Discussion
09.02 – Management by pharmaco-mechanical thrombectomy of acute ilio-femoral venous thrombosis – Mathieu RODIERE
09.12 – After the ATTRACT study, has the management of acute deep vein thrombosis of the iliofemoral veins changed? Is It still possible to recommend pharmacomechanical thrombolysis? – Peter GLOVICZKI
09.20 – Pharmaco mechanical thrombectomy in real life! Clinical cases, what will you do? – Jean-Marc PERNES / Ali AMIN
09.50 – Discussion
10.00 – Predictors of the long-term success of “one shot” pharmaco-mechanical venous thrombectomy in acute ilio-femoral venous thrombosis – TBD
10.08 – Physiopathology of pelvic and lower extremity pain after iliac, deep vein thrombosis – Fedor LURIE
10.16 – Endovasculaur correction of deep vein obstruction: when it does not work – How to manage it? – Marzia LUGLI
10.24 – Discussion

 

10.30

Break on the exhibition hall

Miscellaneous, venous malformations, erectile dysfunction

Miscellaneous, venous malformations, erectile dysfunction

11.00

Moderators: Oscar MALETI, Inga VANHANDENHOVE


11.00 – How applicable are venous RCTs to a real-world practice? – Fedor LURIE
Debate: The current International Guidelines are accurate to define the best interventional technique for varicose veins
11.08 – Pros – Thomas PROEBSTLE
11.16 – Cons – Armando MANSILHA
11.24 – Discussion
11.32 – Sciatice nerve varices: pathogenesis and duplex investigation – Philippe LEMASLE
11.40 – Differential venous malformations: algorytm diagnosis – Annouk BISDORFF-BRESSON
11.48 – Wall shear stress (WSS) in arterio-venous malformation – Philippe BONNIN
11.56 – Vascular malformations in children: restoring body integrity: a real challenge for surgery, accompanying the child –  Jean-Marc PERNES
12.04 – Bases for drug treatment of vascular malformations – Miika VIKKULA
12.12 – Clinical case: how to manage it. Replies from experts – Nery OROZCO
12.20 – Lower limb lymphedema (LED): algorytm diagnosis and treatment – Stéphane VIGNES
12.28 – Treatment of lipedema: is it also the field of action of phlebologists? – Thomas PROEBSTLE
12.36 – Consultation on erectile dysfunction: etiological review and therapeutic guidelines – Ronald  VIRAG
12.44 – Clinical and hemodynamic results of penile surgery for caverno venous leak in 45 patients –  Eric ALLAIRE
12.52 -The venous glossary: for what, for who? –  Michel PERRIN

13.00

Lunch on the exhibition hall

Sclerotherapy

Sclerotherapy

14.00

Moderators: Marzia LUGLI, Isaac NYAMEKYE, Mark WHITELEY


Necrosis after sclerotherapy:
14.00 – Treatment of varices and telangiectasias by sclerotherapy can provoke
necrosis – Jean-Luc GERARD

14.02 – Treatment of varices and telangiectasias by sclerotherapy can provoke
necrosis – Birgit KAHLE

14.10 – Foam versus liquid in US-guided sclerotherapy: the debate is over – Matthieu JOSNIN
14.18 – Phlebectomy is not indispensable, even for a surgeon – Fannie FORGUES
Debate: Main criterion for assessing the effectiveness of foam: the debate remains open
14.26 – The main criterion is the occlusion rate (duplex ultrasound) – Marco FRESA
14.34 – The main criterion is the clinical result – Gerard STANSBY
14.42 – Discussion
14.50 – Phlebology education in the United Kingdom: a complicated challenge (a survey of Rouleaux club members) – Lewis MEECHAM
Do we teach the same thing in Europe? Basic course on the technique of ultrasound-guided sclerotherapy
14.58 – In the United Kingdom – Gerard STANSBY
15.05 – In Spain – Lourdes REINA
15.12 – In Italy – Alessandro FRULLINI
15.19 – In Germany – Felizitas PANNIER
15.26 – In France –  Claudine HAMEL DESNOS
15.33 – Synthesis: the similarities and differences – Isaac NYAMEKYE
15.50 – V-Block Saphenous vein occlusion stent and sclerotherapy –  Ralf KOLVENBACH
15.58 – Heparin prophylaxis in sclerotherapy: prosclep study –  Alessandro FRULLINI
16.06 – Discussion

Thermal or non thermal techniques

Thermal or non thermal techniques

16.10

Moderators: Lowell KABNICK, Thomas PROEBSTLE


16.10 – State of the art in 2020 on the technique of stripping and phlebectomy –  Marianne DE MAESENEER
16.18 – Complications (adverse effects ) after treatment of varicose veins (surgery, thermal ablation, non-thermal ablation…) – Inga VANHANDENHOVE
Recommendations for endothermal heat induced thrombosis:
16.26 – 10 years later something new after your first recommendations? – Lowell KABNICK
16.34 – Update on the Vernacular trial Data – Lowell KABNICK
16.42 – Anti-DVT prophylaxis in patients undergoing thermal endovenous treatment – Isaac NYAMEKYE
16.50 – Discussion
16.58 – Simultaneous preventive ablation of the AASV after thermal ablation of an insufficient great saphenous vein – Christine FINK
17.06 – Treatment by glue of recurrent varicose veins and incompetent perforator veins by direct puncture – Nicolas NEAUME
17.14 – Description of a new technique the Sonovein (echopulse): indications, results – Mark WHITELEY
17.22 – Description of a new technique endovenous microwave ablation: indications, results – Mark WHITELEY
17.30 – Discussion et conclusion – Jean-Luc GERARD , Michel PERRIN , Peter GLOVICZKI

17.40

End of session