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18th Meeting of the European Venous Forum

Archive Room, Alfȃndega Porto Congress Centre, Porto, Portugal

29 June – 1 July 2017

 

THURSDAY 29 JUNE 2017

 

08.30-10.30 Abstract Session 1: Varicose Vein Surgery
(10 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion)Chair: Marianne Vandendriessche (Belgium), Fidel Fernandez (Spain)

08.30 DIFFERENCES IN THE ABLATION OF THE GREAT SAPHENOUS VEIN BY ENDOVENOUS LASER ABLATION, USING A RADIAL FIBRE AND RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION. DEMONSTRATED BY HISTOLOGY AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY, USING AN IN VITRO MODEL OF TREATMENT.

Henry Ashpitel; Francisco Salguero; Roberto La Ragione; Andreea Radulescu; Mark Whiteley
University of Surrey, UK

Submitted for the EVF Prize

08.50 EVOLUTION OF VARICOSE VEIN SURGICAL INTERVENTIONS IN A SPECIALIZED OUTPATIENT CENTER

O. A. Smirnov1; S. A. Tyurin2E P Burleva3
1Medical Center “Olmed”, Russia; 2Municipal Clinical Hospital №40, Russia; 3Ural State Medical University, Russia

09.10 MECHANOCHEMICAL ABLATION OF SAPHENOUS VEIN: LEARNING FROM 4 YEARS FOLLOW UP

Mattia Mirandola; Andrea Griso; Bruno Migliara; Tania Cappellari; Marcello Lino
Ospedale Pederzoli, Italy

09.30 COMPARATIVE MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY OF ENDOVENOUS LASER ABLATION BY RADIAL FIBERS WITH DIFFERENT POWER BUT SIMILAR LINEAR ENDOVENOUS ENERGY DENSITY

Denis Borsuk1; Alexey Fokin2; Evgeniy Kazachkov2
1Clinic of Phlebology and Laser Surgery, Russia; 2The South Urals medical university, Russia

Submitted for the EVF Prize

09.50 INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF ENDOVENOUS HEAT-INDUCED THROMBOSIS AFTER ENDOVENOUS RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION IN ASIAN POPULATION

Nuttawut Sermsathanasawadi
Division of Vascular Surgery Department of Surgery Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital Mahidol Univ, Thailand

10.10 MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF THE RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION FOR SAPHENOUS VEINS WITH A DIAMETER UP TO 6 MM

Dmitrii Rosukhovskii1; Anna Simonova2; Evgenii Iliukhin3; Mikhail Khodzitsky2
1Institute of Experimental Medicine, Russia; 2ITMO University, Russia; 3Private clinic “Medalp”, Russia

Submitted for the EVF Prize

10.30-11.00 Refreshments and visit to Exhibition  |  ePosters
11.00-12.00 Didactic Session 1: Superficial Venous Surgery

Chair: Marianne De Maeseneer (Belgium), Kurosh Parsi (Australia)

11.00 Randomised controlled trial of cyanoacrylate vs RF ablation. Nick Morrison
11.15 Pros and Cons of endovenous glue. Tobias Hirsch
11.30 How to measure the efficacy of superficial venous surgery and non-surgical interventions? Karoush Parsi
11.45 Panel Discussion
12.00-13.00 Industry Session (click here for further details)

Chair: Armando Mansilha, Andre Van Rij

13.00-14.00 Lunch and visit to Exhibition  |  ePosters
14.00-15.00 Industry Session (click here for further details)

Chair: Jaweed Fareed, Frederico Bastos Goncalves

15.00-16.00 Didactic Session 2: Oral anticoagulation

Chair: Daniel Menezes (Portugal), Manjit Gohel (UK)

15.00 Oral anticoagulation and recent guidelines: What is new? Stavros Kakkos (Greece)
15.15 When and how should the anticoagulant effect of NOACs be measured. Luciana Ricca Goncalves (Portugal)
15.30 NOACs to prevent venous thromboembolism and stroke in hospitalised medically ill patients.  Samuel Goldhaber
15.45 Panel Discussion
16.00-16.30 Refreshments and visit to Exhibition  |  ePosters
16.30-18.30 Abstract Session 2: Deep Venous Thrombosis and Anticoagulation

(10 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion)

Chair: Philippe Nicolini (Italy), Pereira Albino (Portugal)

16.30 GENETIC SUSCEPTIBILITY FOR RECURRENT DEEP VEIN THROMBOSIS AMONG YOUNG ADULTS

Raghid Kreidy
Saint George Hospital University Medical Center, Lebanon

16.50 EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF RIVAROXABAN VERSES APIXABAN IN THE TREATMENT OF ACUTE VTE

Dalene Bott-Kitslaar1; Benjamin Simmons1; Dawid Janczak2; Malgorzata Mimier2; Rayya Saadiq1; Robert McBane1; Waldemar Wysokinski1
1Mayo Clinic, USA; 2Wroclaw Medical University, Poland

17.10 INTEGRATION OF THE RESULTS OF THROMBODYNAMICS TEST INTO CAPRINI RAM ALLOWS TO INCREASE PREDICTION ABILITY FOR POSTOPERATIVE DVT IN HIGH-RISK SURGICAL PATIENTS

Kirill Lobastov1; Galina Dementieva1; Nataliya Soshitova2; Victor Barinov3; Veleriy Boyarintsev3; Leonid Laberko1; Grigory Rodoman1
1Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Russia; 2HemaCore Ltd, Russia; 3Clinical Hospital no. 1 of the President’s Administration of Russian Federation, Russia

17.30 IS CAPRINI VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM RISK ASSESSMENT MODEL APPLICABLE TO SURGICAL PATIENTS IN ASIA?

Limi Lee; Ngoh Chin Liew; Ahmad Al-Hafeez Ahmad Zaidi; Ping An Teh
University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

Submitted for the EVF Prize

17.50 TREATMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS IN PATIENTS ON ORAL ANTICOAGULATION

Nusrat Iqbal; Jamie Vatish; Alok Tiwari
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, UK

Submitted for the EVF Prize

18.10 PULMONARY EMBOLECTOMY FOR MASSIVE PULMONARY EMBOLISM

Satoshi Taniguchi; Ikuo Fukuda
Hirosaki University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan

18.30 Welcome Drinks. Exhibition Hall

 

 

FRIDAY 30 JUNE 2017

 

08.30-10.30 Abstract Session 3: Venous Surgery
(10 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion)Chair: Evgeny Shaydakov (Russia), Jean-Jerome Guex (France)

08.30 COMPARISON OF 1470nm LAZER AND RADIAL 2RING FIBRE WITH 1470nm LASER AND FIBRE IN ENDOVENOUS LASER ABLATION OF SAPHENOUS VARICOSE VEINS.

Robert Vlachovsky1, Robert Stafffa2
1St Anne University Hospital, 2St Anne University Hospital and Medical Faculty.  Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

08.50 FATE OF GROIN AFTER RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION OF VARICOSE VEIN.

Mohamed Elsharawy; Mohamed Elsharawi
University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia

09.10 THE EFFECT OF USING DIFFERENT LASER WAVELENGTHS (1470 NM AND 1560 NM) AND FIBER TYPES ON POSTOPERATIVE PAIN AFTER ENDOVENOUS LASER THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH VARICOSE VEINS

O.N. Guzhkov; N.A Shichkin; N.V. Tarasova
Yaroslavl State Medical University, Russia

09.30 COMPARISON OF ENDOVENOUS RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION, LASER ABLATION, FOAM SCLEROTHERAPY AND SURGICAL STRIPPING FOR GREAT SAPHENOUS VARICOSE VEINS. EXTENDED 5-YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF A RCT.

Lars Rasmussen1; Birgit Lawaetz1; Martin Lawaetz2; Lars Bjoern3; Bo Eklof4
1Danish Vein Centres, Denmark; 2Danish Vein Ventres; 3Surgical Center Roskilde; 4Danish Vein Centres, Sweden

09.50 STENTING ACROSS THE INGUINAL LIGAMENT IN POST THROMBOTIC SYNDROME: ONE-YEAR OUTCOMES USING NITINOL VENOUS STENTS

Prakash Saha; Adam Gwozdz; Tamer El-Sayed; Narayan Karunanithy; Karen Breen; Beverley Hunt; Alexander Cohen; Vickie McDonald; Alberto Smith; Stephen Black
St Thomas’ Hospital

10.10 LONG-TERM RESULTS OF THE MONOCUSP VALVE FORMATION IN THE COMMON FEMORAL VEIN IN PATIENTS PRESENTING WITH AVALVULAR DEEP VEINS OF THE LOWER EXTREMITIES

Igor Ignatyev
Interregional Clinical and Diagnostic Center, Russia

10.30-11.00 Refreshments and visit to Exhibition  |  ePosters
11.00-12.00 Industry Session (click here for further details)

Chair: Arkadiusz Jawien, Armando Mansilha

12.00-13.00 Didactic Session 3: From Theory to Practice in the Clinical Management of Chronic Venous Disease

Chair: Armando Mansilha (Portugal), Michel Perrin (France)

12.00 Has the SYM Vein consensus clarified all aspects of venous symptoms? Eberhard Rabe
12.15 Key factors influencing the adherence and the efficacy of medical treatments: The Vein Act Programme. Jorge Ulloa
12.30 REVEAL CEAP.  A promising tool for GPs. Armando Mansilha
12.45 Panel Discussion
13.00-13.30 EVF Invited Lecture: Management of Post Thrombotic Syndrome. Past and Present. Michel Perrin (France)

Chair: Armando Mansilha

13.30-14.30 Lunch and visit to Exhibition

Judging  ePosters Session

AGM of EVF (Members only)

14.30-16.30 Abstract Session 4: Miscellaneous

(10 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion)

Chair: Tomasz Urbanek (Poland), Jean-Luc Gillet (France)

14.30 RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF COMPRESSION THERAPY FOLLOWING ENDOTHERMAL ABLATION (COMETA TRIAL)

Roshan Bootun; Layla Bolton-Saghdaoui; Tristan RA Lane; Celia Riga; Alun H Davies
Imperial College London, UK

Submitted for the EVF Prize

14.50 EFFECTS OF GRADUATED ELASTIC COMPRESSION STOCKINGS IN PATIENTS WITH PRIMARY VARICOSE VEINS: RESULTS OF A RANDOMIZED DOUBLE-BLIND PLACEBO-CONTROLLED TRIAL.

Chrysanthi Papageorgopoulou1; Stavros Kakkos1; Marios Timpilis2; Panagiotis Patrinos2; Konstantinos Nikolakopoulos1; Anastasia Kouri1; Ioannis Ntouvas1; Spyros Papadoulas1; Georgios Lampropoulos1; Ioannis Tsolakis1
1Department of Vascular Surgery, University of Patras, Greece; 2University of Patras, Greece

Submitted for the EVF Prize

15.10 NONINVASIVE EVALUATION OF CALF MUSCLE OXYGENATION IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY USING NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY- CORRELATION WITH CLINICAL SEVERITY

Yumiko Sasaki; Takashi Yamaki; Hiroki Yago; Yuki Hasegawa; Atsuyoshi Osada; Hiroyuki Sakurai
Tokyo Women”s Medical university, Japan

Submitted for the EVF Prize

15.30 UTILISATION OF THE HEALTH IMPROVEMENT NETWORK (THIN) UK DATABASE TO ASSESS THE IMPACT OF 2013 UK NICE CLINICAL GUIDELINE CG168 ON THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER MANAGEMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS

Huw Davies1; Matthew Popplewell1; Ronan Ryan2; Tom Marshall2; Andrew Bradbury1
1Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, UK; 2University of Birmingham, UK

Submitted for the EVF Prize

15.50 SURGICAL PROCEDURES IN TREATMENT OF VENOUS MALFORMATIONS

Sergey Sapelkin; Irina Timina; Natalia Druzhinina; Marina Demina; Anna Dudareva
Surgery Institute n.a. A.V.Vishnevsky, Russia

16.10 ANOMALIES OF THE INFERIOR VENA CAVA: NOT ALWAYS CONGENITAL?

EE Willms; RR van den Bos; MGR De Maeseneer
Erasmus MC, Netherlands

Submitted for the EVF Prize

16.30-17.00 Refreshments and visit to Exhibition  |  ePosters
17.00-18.40 EVF Prize Sessions

(10 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion)

Chair: Andrew Nicolaides (Cyprus), Armando Mansilha (Portugal)

17.00-17.40 Presentations from American Venous Forum (AVF)
17.00-17.20 Characterization of Profunda Femoris Vein Deep Venous Thrombosis. TL Repella, E Jung, O Britantchouk, S Afrose, TK Liem, EL Mitchell, GJ Landry, GL Moneta.  Oregon Health & Science University, Oregon, USA
17.20-17.40 Ultrasound proof of pre-reflux stages of venous insufficiency. JC Ragg, OR Despa, K Stoyanova, SE Chamali.  Angioclinic vein centers, Germany
17.40-18.00 Presentation from American College of Phlebology (ACP)
17.40-18.00 Indications for medical compression stockings in venous and lymphatic disorders. An evidence-based consensus statement. Rabe E1, Partsch2, Hafner J3, Lattimer C4, Mosti G5, Neumann M6, Urbanek T7, HuebnerM8, Gaillard S9, Carpentier P101Department of Dermatology, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany, 2Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 3University Hospital of Zurich, Department of Dermatology, Zuerich, Switzerland, 4Ealing Hospital & Imperial College, London, United Kingdom, 5MD Barbantini Clinic, Lucca , Italy, 6Erasmus University Hospital, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 7Szpital Bielanski, Department of Vascular Surgery and Angiology, Warsaw, Poland, 8SIGVARIS AG, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 9SIGVARIS Management AG, Winterthur, Switzerland, 10Grenoble University Hospital, Department of Vascular Medicine, Grenoble, France
18.00-18.40 Presentations from Japanese Society of Phlebology (JSP)
18.00-18.20 Long-term results of great saphenous vein ligation at the sapheno-femoral junction and above the knee combined with trunk foam sclerotherapy. Toshmia M, Makino S.  Department of Vascular Surgery, Kamiichi General Hospital, Toyama, Japan
18.20-18.40 Comparison between DVT after earthquake in Japan and Italy: Relationship with gender and atherosclerosis. Hanzawa K1, Okamoto T1, Aoki K1, Namura O1, Tsuchida M1, Stipa S2, Lugli M31Niigata University Graduate School of Medicine, Niigata, Japan, 2Finale Emilia, Moderna, Italy, 3Hesperia Hospital, Modena, Italy
20.00 Congress Dinner

 

 

SATURDAY 1 JULY 2017

 

08.30-10.30 Abstract Session 5: Miscellaneous

(10 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion)

Chair: Attilio Cavezzi (Italy), Rui Machado (Portugal)

08.30 OUTCOME OF SMALL DIAMETER RECANALIZATION OF THE GREAT SAPHENOUS VEIN AFTER ULTRASOUND GUIDED SCLEROTHERAPY. 1 AND 2-YEAR FOLLOW-UPS

Jean-Luc Gillet1; Michel Lausecker2; Claudine Hamel-Desnos2; Christian Daniel2; François-André Allaert3
1French Society of Phlebology, France; 2Vascular Medicine – Phlebology, France; 3Chaire d’évaluation Médicale Ceren ESC et Cenbiotech, France

08.50 ADJUVANT PHLEBOTROPIC THERAPY AND ITS EFFECT ON THE INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE AFTER SCLEROTHERAPY

Vadim BOGACHEV1; B V BOLDIN1; N R LOBANOV2; N R ARKADAN2; K. A. KAPERIZ2
1Russian National Research Medical University named after N.I. Pirogov, Russia; 2First Phlebological Centre,, Russia

09.10 PERCUTANEOUS ULTRASOUND-GUIDED SCLEROTHERAPY WITH POLIDOCANOL MICROFOAM FOR SYMPTOMATIC LYMPHATIC MALFORMATIONS

Atsuyoshi Osada; Takashi Yamaki; Yumiko Sasaki; Yuki Hasegawa; Hisato Konoeda; Atsumori Hamahata; Hiroyuki Sakurai
Tokyo Women”s Medical University, Japan

09.30 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DUPLEX-DERIVED PARAMETERS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY – CORRELATION WITH CLINICAL MANIFESTATION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO EARLY SYMPTOMS –

Masakazu Ochi1; Yamaki Takashi2; Atsumori Hamahata3; Hisato Konoeda2; Atsuyoshi Osada2; Yuki Hasegawa2; Motohiro Nozaki2; Hiroyuki Sakurai2
1TOKYO METROPOLITAN TAMA MEDICAL CENTER, Japan; 2Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Japan; 3Saitama Cancer Center, Japan

09.50 PREVALENCE OF VENOUS SYMPTOMS IN RUSSIAN GENERAL POPULATION

Igor Zolotukhin1; Evgeny Seliverstov1; Yuri Shevtsov2; Ilona Avakiants1; Alexander Kirienko1
1Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Russia; 2St Josaphat Belgorod Regional Hospital, Russia

10.10 EFFECT OF MPFF TREATMENT ON GREAT SAPHENOUS VEIN TRANSITORY REFLUX IN CVD PATIENTS WITH CEAP CLASSIFICATION C0S OR C0,1S

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

10.30-11.00 Refreshments and visit to Exhibition  |  ePosters
11.00-12.20 Abstract Session 6: Investigations

(10 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion)

Chair: Andrew Bradbury (UK), Luis Mendes Pedro (Portugal)

11.00 TIME TAKEN TO THE MAXIMUM INCREASE IN THE OXYGENATED HEMOGLOBIN LEVEL DURING STANDING REFLECT THE EARLIEST CHANGE IN POST-THROMBOTIC SYNDROME

Takashi Yamaki1; Yumiko Sasaki2; Atsuyoshi Osada2; Hiroyuki Sakurai2
1Tokyo Women”s Medical University, Japan; 2Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Japan

11.20 CHANGES IN A MARKER OF ENDOTHELIAL DYSFUNCTION IN POST-THROMBOTIC SYNDROME OF THE LOWER LIMBS

R.E Kalinin; I.A Suchkov; A.S Pshennikov; N.D Mzhavanadze
Ryazan State Medical University named after academician I.P. Pavlov, Russia

11.40 COMPARISONS BETWEEN THE VENOUS ARTERIAL FLOW INDEX THE RECIRCULATION INDEX AND THE VENOUS FILLING INDEX IN QUANTIFYING SUPERFICIAL VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY

Christopher R Lattimer1; Annalena Recke2; Philipp B Rudolphi2; George Geroulakos1; Evi Kalodiki1; Birgit K Kahle2
1West London Vascular and Interventional Centre, UK; 2Universitätsklinik Schleswig-Hostein, Campus Lübeck, Germany

12.00 Invited Presentation:

MICROCIRCULATORY ALTERATIONS DETECTED IN PATIENTS COS

Bernardo Senra Barros, Helen Cristian Pessoni, Carlos Eduardo Virgini-Magalhaes, Eliete Bouskela. Laboratory for Clinical and Experimental Research on Vascular Biology, Biomedical Centre, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

12.20-13.15 Didactic Session 4: Deep Venous Surgery
European Society for Vascular Surgery, European Vascular Surgeons in Training (EVST)Chair: Athanasios Giannoukas (Greece), Oscar Maleti (Italy)

12.20 Deep venous reconstructive surgery: When and how? Marzia Lugli
12.35 What should be the requirements for the future venous stents? Stephen Black
12.50 Compression and deep venous disease. Lowell Kabnick
13.05 Panel Discussion
13.15 End of Meeting

 

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