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Free webinar: Next Generation Flow Diversion – The Future is Now!

04 Jun 2020   Category/ies: Teaching

Join us for a free webinar on Monday, 15 June 2020 at 5 PM CEST on “Next Generation Flow Diversion – The Future is Now!” The webinar will be moderated by Shahram Derakhshani, MD, consultant interventional neuroradiologist at Queen’s Hospital, Romford, Essex, UK. Speakers of the webinar are:

  • Sal Lamin, MD, Birmingham, UK
  • Laurent Pierot, MD, Reims, France

The webinar is supported by phenox and registration for the webinar is free.

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What is the webinar about?

Surface modifications are the latest innovation in Flow Diversion and will most likely influence the way aneurysms are being treated in the future.

The webinar will focus on pHPC as one of the few approved flow diverter surface modifications and show experience from two renowned centers in Europe.

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Key message

With surface modifications as the latest innovation in Flow Diversion the future of aneurysm treatment has already started.

Learning objectives

  • Experience from Birmingham and Reims with surface-modified flow diverters
  • Case review with tips and tricks
  • Potential impact of the surface modification on safety and efficacy

About the speakers

The first presenter of the webinar is Sal Lamin, consultant, diagnostic & interventional neuroradiology honorary Senior Lecturer, Neurosciences Imaging at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham, UK. He presents: A technical update and Birmingham experience.

The second presenter of the webinar is Laurent Pierot is Professor of Radiology, Faculty of Medicine, Reims Head of the Department of Radiology, University Hospital, Reims. He presents: Preliminary clinical experience with p48-MW-HPC and p64-MW-HPC: feasibility, safety, and efficacy.

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What to expect?

The ESMINT webinar provides you the opportunity to meet experts, who share with you their experience, practice, and way of thinking regarding everyday challenges in the field of neurointerventions.

The webinar will be an interactive live transmission. All participants will be able to ask questions through a live online chat.