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Since 1978 the Charing Cross International Symposium has attracted thousands of vascular specialists to London. Be part of it!
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ReflowMedical May 15
“When we have all these varying outcomes, how on earth do we synthesise the data?" Dave Bosanquet (Bristol, UK) outlined the challenges in characterizing successful wound healing. Charing Cross (CX) session.
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Gabriele Niederauer May 11
Dr. Monnie Wasse ( ), PI for the SAVE-US Study, providing a clinical trial update. provides a safe and reliable approach for RIJ occlusions.
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CXSymposium May 8
Hold the date: The 42nd CX Symposium will take place on 21-24 April 2020 in London, UK
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klik Apr 30
“As an exhibitor at the , has made the process of collating clinician contacts much simpler, while saving valuable time which can be used to continue product detailing with relevant attendees. “ - Panjak Cheddah, MedTec Consulting Ltd.🙌
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@BSIR_News Apr 26
BSIR Comms team meet with the editors of Interventional News at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Developing ideas to promote IR.
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Circulation Foundation Apr 26
Vascular Disease is as common as cancer and heart disease and accounts for 40% of deaths in the UK. Every part of the body to which blood flows can be affected by vascular disease, which is why we’re committed to...
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BLearning Apr 25
CX 2019: Why stroke following cardiac surgery is a “wake-up call”; Safety of carotid stenting debate (Nick Hopkins, Peter Schneider and Ross Naylor) -
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Benedikt Reutersberg, MD, FEBVS Apr 17
Munich Aortic Center . Learning about the newest aortic research results and technology to offer it our patients⁩
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perbinder Apr 22
Professor Hamilton and Meryl Davis in Tom Browne and Yiannis Paniotopoulos in Broomfield Kevin Lafferty in Prof Greenhalgh in David Nott for being a Legend
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Katie Hurst Apr 20
The future of Vascular Surgery 🙈...
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Monnie Wasse MD, MPH Apr 19
Until next time, London! The was terrific & it was wonderful meeting new colleagues & sharing ways to better care for dialysis patients!
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Stephen Greenhalgh Apr 19
CX meets China: Great to see that was really appreciated by the Chinese vascular surgical community through our enduring partnership with CEC. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Sam Smith Apr 18
Really enjoyable and useful day. Thank you everyone who was involved!
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Kitty Wong Apr 19
Great to see the continual success of the course and growing interest from students and junior doctors! Many thanks to the faculty and Rouleaux
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Sophie Renton Apr 18
Many thanks to all the faculty for your enthusiasm and skill.
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Shockwave IVL Apr 18
Hot off the press... Prof Holden got real . Promising real-world data - high acute gain and low residual stenosis in complex calcified cases across all vessel beds - from DISRUPT PADIII Observational Study. Brilliant! ISI
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Nick Inston Apr 18
⁩ lighting up the V&A - Gread end to wonderful meeting ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Rouleaux Club Apr 18
The end of another successful Introduction to Vascular Surgery Course at CX Symposium. Many thanks to our delegates and our faculty - see you next year!
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EVARplanning Apr 18
Final talk at Innovation session 2019
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Endologix Apr 19
Another great for the books! Thanks to all who stopped by our booth. It was wonderful to connect with all of you!
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