Get ready AortaEd enthusiasts! As pioneers in the field, it’s our responsibility to stay up to date with the advances in knowledge and treatment. Papworth Professional Development’s next Annual national meeting of cardiac and vascular specialities in the UK hosts this ideal event to attend.
The symposium, held at the Royal Papworth Hospital is an institution known for its expertise in cardiac and vascular treatments. This event focuses on treatment options across the whole aorta; the root, the arch and the descending aorta. Attendees can expect enlightening lectures, assessment discussions and new case presentations.
The ‘Aortic Root’ section will thoroughly explore the foundation of the aorta. The keynote lecture will provide an overview of treatment options while the echo assessment will examine current imaging techniques.
‘The Aortic Arch’ section discusses arch replacements based on Royal Papworth’s experience. Including an update from Consultant Surgeon and Study Lead, Stephen Large on the Effective Treatments for Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms (ETTAA study). Attendees will also have the opportunity to present their cases to peers.
In the final section, ‘The Descending Aorta’ the session moves to repair techniques and covers various aspects of aortic surgery training. This segment promises to provide insights for professional development for those working in the field.
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This symposium is aimed at both vascular and cardiac surgeons. Whether you’re a professional or new to the field, this symposium presents an opportunity to enhance your expertise, network with members and collaborate with industry leaders.
We actively support the community in advancing the diagnosis and treatment of aortic dissection. This event demonstrates the commitment, to this mission, creating an opportunity for healthcare professionals to gain knowledge, interact and contribute to the conversation surrounding patient care. Every step of the way we remain dedicated to bridging the gap between patients, their families and the medical community in aortic health and education.