Tag: VSASM

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AAA screening: UK programme’s 10-year anniversary prompts renewed push for increasing...

The UK’s national abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening programme is fast approaching its 10th anniversary—a milestone that Akhtar Nasim (Sheffield Vascular Institute, Sheffield, Sheffield,...

VSGBI President’s Symposium spotlights data-driven financial incentives for PAD revascularisation

The President’s Symposium at the Vascular Society of Great Britain and Ireland (VSGBI) annual scientific meeting (23–25 November, Brighton, UK) featured Rob Sayers’ (University...

Hospitals face “real challenge” of finding sensible solutions to treat CLI...

 Recently appointed chair of the Circulation Foundation, Rachel Bell (London, UK), talks to BLearning at VSASM 2019 (Vascular Societies’ Annual Scientific Meeting; 27–29 November, Manchester, UK) about the role...

Core outcome sets developed in UK for patients undergoing lower limb...

In the area of lower limb amputation, core outcome sets “should be adopted on all future studies recruiting patients” said Graeme Ambler (University of...
Jan Blankensteijn talks about the AAA guidelines

VSASM 2019: “Extreme care” needed not to overgeneralise when creating AAA...

Jan Blankensteijn (Amsterdam, Netherlands) talks to BLearning Aortic at VSASM 2019 (Vascular Societies’ Annual Scientific Meeting; 27–29 November, Manchester, UK) following his Kinmonth Lecture presentation titled ‘The current...

VSASM 2019: SVT president emphasises importance of collaboration with vascular surgeons

Dominic Foy (Bournemouth, UK), President of the SVT (Society for Vascular Technology of Great Britain & Ireland), talks to BLearning at VSASM 2019 (Vascular Societies’ Annual Scientific Meeting;...