CX 2019 Late Breaking Trial Summaries

 

The Charing Cross International Symposium is one of the highlights of the vascular education calendar. This year's event took place April 15–18 at the Olympia Conference Centre in London, UK. The conference featured 8 late-breaking abstracts, the summaries of which can be found below:

  1. First results of preclinical study comparing drug delivery on 0.018’ and 0.035” DCB platforms
    Presented by: Andrew Holden, Auckland, New Zealand;
    Summary written by Katrina Mountford, Medical Writer.
  2. Angiography alone in the lower limb: first results of comparing IVUS and angiography in the leg
    Presented by: Konstantinos Stavroukalis, Munster, Germany; 
    Summary written by Katrina Mountford, Medical Writer.
  3. DCB IDE below-the-knee six-month results with in-depth look at Rutherford 5 patients
    Presented by: Patrick Geraghty, St Louis, Missouri; 
    Summary written by Katrina Mountford, Medical Writer.
  4. Two-year data from the MIMICS-2 Study
    Presented by: Timothy Sullivan, Minneapolis, United States;
    Summary written by Katrina Mountford, Medical Writer.
  5. The case for treating aortoiliac occlusive disease with a covered device. Early experience with new balloon-expandable endoprosthesis
    Presented by: Michele Antonello, Padua, Italy;
    Summary written by Katrina Mountford, Medical Writer.
  6. EndoAnchors in the treatment of short proximal abdominal aortic aneurysm
    Presented by: Frank Arko, Charlotte, USA; 
    Summary written by Katrina Mountford, Medical Writer.
  7. Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) with an iliac branch endoprosthesis
    Presented by: Fabio Verzini, Turin Italy;
    Summary written by Katrina Mountford, Medical Writer.
  8. VeClose Extension study: 5-year results.
    Presented by: Nick Morrison, Mesa, USA;
    Summary written by Katrina Mountford, Medical Writer.
Start date
Monday April 15 2019
End date
Thursday April 18 2019
Location
CX Symposium 2019,
Olympia Conference Centre,
LND
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)20 7736 8788
Fax: +44 (0)20 7736 8283
London GB