Join us for a free webinar on Monday, 7 February 2022 at 05:00 PM CET: Why Radial Access for Neurointerventions? This webinar will focus on discussing the advantages and limitations of TRA for neurointerventions and sharing the first experience on Rist™ Radial 079 Guide Catheter.
Register now and see Dr. Jan-Hendrik Buhk from Germany and Dr. Riitta Rautio from Finland on the advantages and limitations of TRA in neurointerventions.
The webinar is supported by Medtronic and registration for the webinar is free.
What is the webinar about?
There has been increasing interest in using TRA both for diagnostic neuroangiography and for interventional neurovascular procedures. The aim of this webinar is to discuss the advantages and limitations of TRA for neurointerventions and to share the first experience on Rist™ Radial 079 Guide Catheter.
Radial Access is the new trend in neurointervention. It improves overall patient experience, reduces the risk of complications and reduces recovery time. Rist ™079 Guide Catheter is the first to provide radial-specific transition zone, ideal lumen diameter and rage of lengths needed for optimum performance.
- Why Radial?
- What are the benefits for the patient? Hospital? INR?
- How to do TRA in Neuroinverventions?
- What’s New in Transradial Access? Latest experience with Rist™ 079 Radial Guide Catheter
About the speakers
The moderator and speaker of the webinar is Dr. Jan-Hendrik Buhk. Jan-Hendrik, born 1976 in Hamburg, was trained in Interventional Neuroradiology by Prof. Knauth, Göttingen, and Prof. Fiehler, Hamburg.
Since June 2020 he is working as head of Neuroradiology in the Asklepios hospitals St. Georg and Wandsbek, both in Hamburg, Germany. His main research focuses are modern interventional imaging, new product evaluation as well as simulation and training in Interventional Neuroradiology.
The second speaker of the webinar is Dr. Riitta Rautio. She is president of the Finnish Society of Neurointerventionalists and is Head of the Department of Interventional Radiology at the Turku University Hospital, Finland.
What to expect?
ESMINT webinars provide you with the opportunity to meet experts, who share their experience, practice, and way of thinking regarding everyday challenges in the field of neurointerventions.
This webinar will be an interactive live transmission. All participants will be able to ask questions in real-time via the online chat.