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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME – ELECTRONIC (e) PRESENTATIONS

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 – Saturday, July 1, 2017

 

 

00:00 – 00:00  ePosters: Group A: Obstruction, Prevention, Treatment

Chairperson(s): Niels Baekgaard; Daniel Brandao

Ribeira I/II
ELECTRICAL CALF STIMULATION PREVENTS RECURRENT DVT AFTER CESSATION OF STANDARD ANTICOAGULATION IN PATIENTS WITH RESIDUAL VENOUS OBSTRUCTION

Kirill Lobastov1; Vladimir Ryzhkin1; Athena Vorontsova1; Ilya Schastlivtsev1; Victor Barinov2; Leonid Laberko1; Valery Boyarintsev2; Grigory Rodoman1
1Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Russia; 2Clinical Hospital no. 1 of the President’s Administration of Russian Federation, Russia

A1
FIRST EXPERIENCE OF PERFORMING HYBRID OPERATIONS IN CHRONIC VENOUS OBSTRUCTIONS OF ILIOFEMORAL SEGMENTS IN PATIENTS WITH POSTTHROMBOTIC SYNDROME

Igor Ignatyev1; Anatoly Pokrovsky2; Evgeny Gradusov3
1Interregional Clinical and Diagnostic Center, Russia; 2Vishnevsky Institute of Surgery, Russia; 3Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Russia

A2
VENOUS THROMBUS RESOLUTION WITH RIVAROXABAN COMPARED TO WARFARIN THERAPY.

Dalene Bott-Kitslaar1; Alexander Lekah1; Thanila Macedo1; Yvonne Little2; Troy Penz3Rayya Saadiq1; Ana Casanegra1; Robert McBane1; Waldemar Wysokinski1
1Mayo Clinic, USA; 2University of California, Irvine, USA; 3Bethel University, USA

A3
COMPARATIVE ANTICOAGULANT EFFECTS OF UNFRACTIONATED HEPARIN, ANTITHROMBIN AND RECOMBINANT THROMBOMODULIN: VASCULAR AND HEMATOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS.

Evi Kalodiki1; Zafar Siddiqui2; Parul Aggarwal2; Omer Iqbal2; Debra Hoppensteadt2; Mary Lewis2; Schuarazad Abro2; Kazuhisa Tsuruta2; Jawed Fareed2
1Loyola University Medical Center, USA & Josef Pflug Vasc Lab & Imperial College & West London Vasc &, UK; 2Loyola University Medical Centre, Maywood IL, USA

A4
IDARUCIZUMAB, A SPECIFIC ANTIDOTE FOR DABIGATRAN, CROSS-REACTS WITH MELAGATRAN AND MAY ALSO INTERACT WITH OTHER BENZAMIDINE-CONTAINING COMPOUNDS.

Evi Kalodiki1; Jawed Fareed2; Larissa Reikensmeyer2; Amanda Walborn2; Debra Hoppensteadt2; Jeanine M Walenga2; Eduardo Ramacciotti3; Schuarazad Abro2; Walter Jeske2; Olivia Bouchard2; Ismail Elalamy4
1Loyola University Medical Center, USA & Josef Pflug Vasc Lab & Imperial College & West London Vasc &, UK; 2Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood IL, USA; 3Hospital e Maternidade Dr Christovao da Gama, Brazil; 4Tenon, University Hospital, France

A5
THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF MPFF ON THE SECONDARY VARICOSITIES OF PELVIC VEINS

Yu T Tsukanov; A. Yu Tsukanov
Department of Surgical Diseases, Omsk State Medical University, Russia

A6
IMPACT OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT HEPARIN ON THROMBUS RECANALIZATION IN PARANEOPLASTIC DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS

Xavier Jiménez-Guiu; Antonio Romera-Villegas; Ramon Vila-Coll
Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge, Spain

A7
QUALITY OF LIFE OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE HAEMORRHOIDAL DISEASE AND COEXISTING CRONIC VENOUS DISEASE: RESULT OF VALUABLE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY

Stefan Jianu1; Oana Vittos2
1Proestetica Medical Center, Bucharest, Romania, Romania; 2Scientific consulting, Medone Research, Bucharest, Romania, Romania

A8
THE ROLE OF HIGH MEDICAL EDUCATION IN SOLVING CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE PROBLEM.

Olexiy Gudz1; Roman Hrytsyk1; Oleg Trombola1Ivan Gudz2
1National Medical University, Ukraine; 2Vascular Surgery, Ukraine

A9
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SURGICAL AND CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT OF FREE-FLOATING THROMBUS IN THE SYSTEM OF INFERIOR VENA CAVA

Vladimir Khryshchanovich1; Ivan Klimchuk1; Sergey Kalinin2
1Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Belarus; 24th N.E. Savchenko City Clinical Hospital, Belarus

A10
A COMPLEX APPROACH TO THE TREATMENT OF INFERIOR VENA CAVAL THROMBOSIS COMPLICATED BY FLOATING EMBOLUS AND ACUTE VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY

Siargei Kalinin
Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Aducation, Belarus

A11
NUTCRACKER PHENOMENON IN LIVE DONOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT. IS THERE A CLINICAL IMPACT IN THE RECEPTOR?

Rui Machado1; Miguel Machado2; Daniel Mendes3; Rui Almeida2
1Institue of Biomedical Sciences Abel Salazar, Oporto University, Portugal; 2San Antonio Hospital, Oporto University Medical Centre and Institute of Biomedicals Sciences, Abel S, Portugal; 3Santo Antonio Hospital, Oporto University Medical Centre, Portugal

A12
MARJOLIN ULCERS: A DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC CHALLENGE; DISSCUSION ON REAL CASES AND AN UPDATE ON THE LITERATURE.

Valentin-Tudor Popa1; Manocher Esmaili1; Patricia Cristodor2; Caius Solovan2
1Timisoara County Hospital, Romania; 2Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania

A13
PELVIC CONGESTION SYNDROME TREATMENT.

Chernukha L.M.1, Guch A.A.2, Kondratyuk V.A.3, Vlasenko E.A.3, Bobrova A.O1.

 1Department of Surgery of Major Vessels, National Institute of Surgery and Transplantology, Ukraine.  2Department of Radiation and Functional Diagnostics, National Institute of Surgery and Transplantology, Ukraine.  3Department of Angiography and Endovascular Surgery, National Institute of Surgery and Transplantology, Ukraine

A14

 

  ePosters: Group B: Varicose Veins

Chairperson(s): Alex Canedo; Mehmet Kurtoglu

Ribeira I/II
ENDOVENOUS THERMAL ABLATION CAN BE USED TO TREAT THE GREAT SAPHENOUS VEIN OF ANY DIAMETER. VEIN SIZE IS NO REASON TO OPT FOR OPEN SURGERY.

Emma B Dabbs; Laurensius E Mainsiouw; Barrie A Price; Mark S Whiteley
The Whiteley Clinic, UK

B1
RISK FACTORS FOR PROXIMITY OF OCCLUSIONS OF GREAT SAPHENOUS AND SHORT SAPHENOUS VEIN TO THE DEEP VEINS FOLLOWING ENDOVENOUS LASER ABLATION

Viswa Rajalingam; Nusrat Iqbal; Peter Nightingale; Jamie Vatish; Alok Tiwari
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, UK

B2
COMPLIANCE WITH NONOPERATIVE TREATMENTS IN OUTPATIENTS WITH CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE CONSULTING GENERAL PRACTITIONERS: RESULTS OF THE VEIN ACT PROGRAM IN COLOMBIA

Juan Guillermo TAMAYO1; J ULLOA2; G. GARCIA3; AS HOYOS4
1Manuel Uribe Ángel Hospital, Colombia; 2Vascular Fundation, Colombia; 3Department of Vascular Surgery, Antioquia University, Colombia; 4Imbanaco Medical Center, Colombia

B3
THE CAUSES AND PATTERNS OF RECURRENT VARICOSE VEIN AFTER SURGERY

Seung-Kee Min1; In Mok Jung2; Minji Cho2; Sung Sin Cho2; Sang Hyun Ahn2; Jongwon Ha2
1Seoul National University Hospital, Korea, Republic of; 2Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of

B4
10 YEAR EXPERIENCE OF VARICOSE VEIN LASER SURGERY

Imre Bihari1; Imre Bihari2
1A B Clinic, Hungary; 2A and B Clinic, Hungary

B5
NEW CONCEPT FOR MANAGEMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS — ENDOSCOPIC ASSISTED SURGERY FOR VARICOSE VEINS
Sin-Daw Lin1; Yun-Nan Lin1; Yur-Ren Kuo2; Chieh-Han Chuang1; Su-Shin Lee2; Shu-Hung Huang2; Chih-Hau Chang2; Ming-Jer Tsai1
1Kaohsiung Municipal Siaogang Hospital, Taiwan; 2Kaohsiung Medical University Chung-Ho Memorial Hospital, Taiwan
B6
SUPERFICIAL VEIN ABLATION WITHOUT LONG TERM COMPRESSION LEADS TO VENOUS ULCER HEALING

Ngoh Chin Liew; Limi Lee
University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

B7
ENDOVENOUS LASER ABLATION OF GIACOMINI VEIN IN THE SURGICAL TREATMENT OF VARICOSE DISEASE OF LOWER EXTREMITIES

Nickolay Rogovoy
4th N.E. Savchenko City Clinical Hospital, Belarus

B8
ANESTHETIC EFFECT INDUCED BY COLD TREATMENT WITHIN PATIENTS SUBMITTED TO SCLEROTHERAPY

Maraísa Fernanda Martins Ferreira de Souza1; Juliana Castro Pacheco1; Bruno Lima Naves2; Claudio Santana Ivo1; Bruna Lima Naves3; Lara Mendes Chaer Rezende Costa4
1Madre Teresa Hospital, Brazil; 2Madre Teresa Hospital and Mater Dei Hospital, Brazil; 3Sao Jose Hospital, Brazil; 4Life Center Hospital, Brazil

B9
ACRYLATE ADHESION OF SAPHENOUS VARICOSE VEINS: WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT THE ALLERGENIC POTENTIAL?

Tobias Hirsch
Practice for Internal Medicine and Vascular Diseases, Germany

B10
00:00 – 00:00  ePosters: Group C: Pathophysiology and Epidemiology

Chairperson(s): Marzia Lugli; Sergio Sampaio

Ribeira I/II
MMP-9 GENE POLYMORPHISM IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE

Veronika Slonková1; Vladimír Vasků1; Anna Vasků2
1St.Ann University Hospital, Czech Republic; 2Medical Faculty, Masaryk University, Czech Republic

C1
LOCAL INFLAMMATORY DAMAGE MEASURED WITH THE MARKERS OF CELL DEATH AND CELLULAR DEBRIS INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY DURING THE GRAVITATIONAL STRESS OF PROLONGED STANDING

Christopher Lattimer1; Evi Kalodiki2; Paula Maia3; Debra Hoppensteadt3; Jawed Fareed3
1Josef Pflug Vascular Laboratory, West London Vascular and Interventional Centre, UK; 2Loyola University Chicago, Maywood, IL. West London Vascular and Interventional Centre, UK; 3Loyola University Chicago, Maywood, IL, USA

C2
APPLICATION OF MAGNESIUM-CONTAINING MEDICATION IN PATIENTS WITH VARICOSE VEINS AND ITS EFFECT ON THE ACTIVITY OF MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASES

Roman Kalinin; Igor Suchkov; Aleksandr Pshennikov; Nina Mzhavanadze; Aleksey Kamaev
Ryazan State Medical University, Russia

C3
PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE OF LOWER LIMBS IN THAI FEMALE WORKERS

Chumpon Wilasrusmee1; Suthas Horsirimanont1; Napaphta Poprom2
1Faculty of Medicine Ramathibodi Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand; 2Faculty of Medicine Ramathobodi Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand

C4
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE CONSULTING GENERAL PRACTITIONERS: RESULTS OF VEIN ACT COLOMBIA

Juan Guillermo TAMAYO1; J. ULLOA2; G. GARCIA3; A. S. HOYOS4
1Manuel Uribe Ángel Hospital,, Colombia; 2Vascular Foundation, Colombia; 3Department of Vascular Surgery, Antioquia University, Colombia; 4Imbanaco Medical Center, Colombia

C5
SYMPTOM EVOLUTION WITH NONOPERATIVE TREATMENTS IN OUTPATIENTS WITH CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE CONSULTING GENERAL PRACTITIONERS: RESULTS OF THE VEIN ACT PROGRAM IN COLOMBIA

Juan Guillermo TAMAYO1; J. ULLOA2; G. GARCIA3; AS HOYOS4
1Manuel Uribe Ángel Hospital,, Colombia; 2Vascular Fundation, Colombia; 3Department of Vascular Surgery, Antioquia University, Colombia; 4Imbanaco Medical Center, Colombia

C6
TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR β ISOFORMS AND SOLUBLE ENDOGLIN CONCENTRATIONS IN DIFFERENT PHASES OF WOUND HEALING IN VENOUS LEG ULCERS

Ferdinando Mannello1; Daniela Ligi1; Lidia Croce1; Giovanni Mosti2; Joseph D. Raffetto3
1University, Italy; 2Barbantini Clinics, Italy; 3Harvard Medical School, USA

C7
ELASTOGRAPHY AS AN USEFUL METHOD TO DETERMINE VENOUS THROMBOSIS AGE

Jan Swiercz; Lukasz Paluch
Centrum Flebologii, Poland

C8
NUTCRACKER SYNDROME A RARE OR UNDERDIAGNOSED PATHOLOGIE? OUR EXPERIENCE.

Miguel Machado1Rui Machado2; Daniel Mendes3; Rui Almeida2
1Institute of Biomedical Sciences Abel Salaar/Oporto University, Portugal; 2St Antonio Hospital, Oporto University Medical Centre and Institute of Biomedical Sciences Abeeel Sa, Portugal; 3San Antonio Hospital, Oporto University Medical Centre, Portugal

C9
UPPER EXTREMITIES DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS: A CASES SERIES OF 16 PATIENTS

Stanislava Tzaneva
Medical University of Vienna, Austria

C10
IN VITRO APOPTOTIC EFFECTS OF DETERGENT SCLEROSANT, SIROLIMUS AND PROPRANOLOL ON ENDOTHELIAL AND HAEMANGIOMA CELLS

David Connor1; Osvaldo Cooley-Andrade2; An-Ning Chew2; Kurosh Parsi2
1St Vincent”s Centre for Applied Medical Research, Australia; 2St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research, Australia

C11
THE ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN LEVELS OF 25-OH-VITAMIN D AND VENOUS LEG ULCERS

Ihar Ihnatovich; Natalla Novikava; Genadij Kondratenko; Antanina Gancharik

Belarusian State Medical University, Belarus

C12
MICROSCOPIC EVALUATION OF TRAPPED BLOOD. IS SCLERO-THROMBUS A TRUE THROMBUS?

Kurosh Parsi; Osvaldo Cooley-Andrade; Elton Chee; David Connor

St Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research, Australia

C13
ANATOMICAL RELATIONSHIP OF THE SAPHENOUS NERVE WITH PRIMARY VARICOSE VEINS

Shu-Hung Huang; Yun-Nan Lin; Sin-Daw Lin
Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan

C14
00:00 – 00:00  ePosters: Group D: Investigation and Management

Chairperson(s): Stavros Kakkos; Ivone Silva

Ribeira I/II
PATENCY OF VENOUS STENTS INSERTED FOR THROMBOTIC DISEASE IN PATIENTS WHO BECOME PREGNANT

Adam Gwozdz1; Prakash Saha2; Alberto Smith2; Adam Gwozdz2; Beverley Hunt3; Catherine Nelson-Piercy3; Susan Robinson3; Karen Breen3; Narayan Karunanithy4; Stephen Black4
1King’s College London, UK; 2King’s College London, UK; 3Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, UK; 4St Thomas’ Hospital, UK

D1
LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF VENO-VENOUS BYPASS OPERATIONS IN POSTTHROMBOTIC SYNDROME

Igor Ignatyev1; Anatoly Pokrovsky2; Evgeny Gradusov2
1Interregional Clinical and Diagnostic Center, Russia; 2Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Russia

D2
PREDICTIVE VALUE OF A DAY ORTHOSTATIC LOADING TEST FOR THE REVERSIBILITY OF THE GREAT SAPHENOUS VEIN REFLUX AFTER PHLEBECTOMY OF ALL VARICOUS TRIBUTARIES.

Yurii Tsukanov; Anton Tsukanov
Omsk State Medical University, Russia

D3
IMPACT OF CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE ON QUALITY OF LIFE: RESULTS OF AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY.
Daciana Elena Branisteanu1Toni Feodor2; Oana Vittos3
1University of Medicine and Pharmacy Gr. T. Popa, Iasi, Romania, Romania; 2Medical Center for Diagnose, Ambulatory Treatment and Medical Prevention, Surgery Clinic, Romania; 3Scientific consulting, Medone Research, Bucharest, Romania
D4
LOWER LIMB VELOCITY GRADIENT SUBVERSION IN SUPERFICIAL VENOUS DISEASE

Sergio Gianesini1; erica menegatti2; Giovanni Di Domenico3; francesco sisini4
1University of Ferrara; 2university of ferrara, Italy; 3university of Ferrara, Italy; 4university of ferrara

D5
CAN INFRARED IMAGING TO IMPROVE THE KNOWLEDGE OF CEAP C1 CLASS?

Francisco Ortega-Santana1; Aritz Ortega-Centol2; Fátima Ruano-Ferrer3
1Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain; 2Bellvitge University Hospital, Spain; 3Materno-Insular University Hospital, Spain

D6
ISOLATED REMOVAL OF VERTICAL VENOUS REFLUX IN THE TREATMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS

Ihar Ihnatovich; Natalla Novikava; Genadij Kondratenko
Belarusian State Medical University, Belarus

D7
TREATMENT OF GREAT AND SMALL SAPHENOUS VEIN INSUFFICIENCY USING A CYANOACRYLATE GLUE: OUR FIRST EXPERIENCE ON 30 PATIENTS

Patrizia Pavei; Maurizio Ferrini; Marinella Menegazzo
Azienda Ospedaliera di Padova, Italy

D8
AESTHETIC AMBULATORY SURGICAL THERAPY OF THE VARICOSE VEINS OF A LARGE DIAMETER

Valerian Ciubotaru
FLEBESTET Medical Clinic, Romania

D9
CLINICAL OUTCOMES AND QUALITY OF LIFE AFTER ENDOVENOUS ABLATION FOR GREAT SAPHENOUS VEIN INCOMPETENCE: A SINGLE CENTER PROSPECTIVE NONRANDOMIZED STUDY

Christos Karathanos; Konstantinos Spanos; Athanasios Athanasoulas; Vasileios Saleptsis; Athanasios Giannoukas
Department of Vascular Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University Hospital of Larissa, University of, Greece

D10
BRAND NEW TOOL FOR MECHANOSCLEROTHERAPY — FLEBOGRIF — ASSESSMENT OF EFFECTIVENESS ON AN ANIMAL MODEL

Zbigniew Rybak1; Maciej Janeczek2; Andrzej Chrószcz2; Anna Noszczyk-Nowak2; Maciej Dobrzyński1; Maria Szymonowicz3
1Wroclaw Medical Univeristy, Poland; 2Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Poland; 3Wrocław Medical University, Poland

D11
COMPRESSION VS CVD – A THREE PUNCH COMBO

Torbjorn Lundh
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

D12
EVALUATION OF THE APPLICATION OF RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION TREATMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS OF THE LOWER EXTREMITIES IN EARLY TERM AFTER SURGERY

Anastasia Artemova1; Michel Ivanov1; Nikolay Lukyanchikov2; Igor Sonkin3
1North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov, Russia; 2I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Russia; 3Department of Vascular Surgery JSC “Russian Railways”., Russia

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