VIVA Physicians is a not-for-profit physician organization dedicated to advancing the field of vascular medicine through interdisciplinary collaboration. While upholding the highest professional and ethical standards, VIVA Physicians concentrates on educational initiatives, novel research design and development, and fostering optimal care across all specialties.
For nearly a decade, VIVA Physicians has defined excellence in professional education in the field of vascular medicine and intervention with the annual conference, VIVA: Vascular InterVentional Advances. VIVA is the premier multidisciplinary vascular education event providing an unparalleled educational experience for attendees.
The VIVA conference offers a world renowned faculty comprised of all specialties devoted to the treatment of patients with vascular diseases combined with ground-breaking educational technology. VIVA continues to provide state-of-the-art, creative, and interactive education. Click on “Annual Conference” to learn more about VIVA 11, the upcoming annual meeting!
Cece wrote:Other than ISET in January and, most excitingly, ISNVD in February, are there any other upcoming conferences?
cheerleader wrote:In Europe, the Vacsculab conference in Italy will have many CCSVI presentations:
afternoon - 17.00, hall A: Cerebro-spinal venous hemodynamics
◦Daniele Righi (Firenze) : Technological achievements of the Echo Color Doppler venous extra- and intra- cranial study
◦Maria Luisa Zedde (Reggio Emilia) : Neurological disorders and the intracranial venous hypothesis
◦Rita Pepe (Roma) : Cerebral venous thrombosis and outcome
◦Marcello Mancini (Napoli) : The Cerebral Circulation Time in the evaluation of neurological diseases
◦Renato Regine (Pozzuoli) Maria Giurbino (Pozzuoli) M De Siero (Pozzuoli) A De Sio (Pozzuoli) A Ragozzino (Pozzuoli) : CCSVI, angioplastic treatment: our protocol and preliminary results.
Giuseppe Morelli Coppola (Napoli) : CCSVI and MS - preliminary results in 350 treated patients
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