Lectures, round tables and master-classes for experienced veins and lymphatics experts

Vision

  1. To provide top quality international education in Phlebology & Lymphology;
  2. To promote advances from physiopathology to hemodynamics and aesthetics;
  3. To foster brainstorming and discussion among colleagues with different expertise;
  4. To offer free treatment to the poor ones during controlled training sessions.

Mission

  1. World renown experts will be included in the faculty;
  2. Experts from different specialties will be included;
  3. Dedicated round tables and multi-specialty discussions;
  4. Humanitarian service for poor people during training for the meeting attendees under the supervision of top quality masters.



Fig. 1 Participants in October 2018


Previous spekers


LIVE STREAMING FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD

Renown experts from around the world are involved in these lectures by live streaming.

Fig. 2 Online lecture by Skype in 2018
Fig. 3 Attendees of course in 2018 online

HEMODYNAMICS ASPECTS

Fig. 4 Dr. Roman Tauraginskii as a hemodynamics faculty

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

LECTURES

  1. Venous anatomy, pathological anatomy, histology and embryology;
  2. Physiology of venous outflow – what we know and how much we don’t know;
  3. Venous reflux – physics aspects and mechanisms of development. Review of fundamental literature;
  4. CEAP classification – advantages, peculiar properties and disadvantages. Do we need some changes?
  5. Questionnaires and scales in phlebology - why, when and how?
  6. Pathophysiology of venous symptoms and 2016 European consensus of venous symptoms (VVSYMQ)
  7. Ultrasound examination of venous reflux. Review of guidelines and why do we have generally accepted characteristics;
  8. The possibilities of ultrasound examination for evaluation of the pathogenesis of varicose veins. Indices of reflux power (IRP) and venous decompensation (IVD) - is there a future for this?
  9. The science of air plethysmography;
  10. Using a 3D laser for creating a three-dimensional model of the lower extremities - goals and means;
  11. Lymphedema and other causes of limb volume increasing. Physiology and pathophysiology of the lymphatic system. Diagnosis, differential diagnosis and treatment of lymphedema. Lymphoscintigraphy;
  12. Vascular anomalies - classification and modern treatment options;
  13. Biology of phlebotonics;
  14. Compression therapy and phlebotonic drugs - learn to apply based on evidence;
  15. Treatment of venous ulcers - an overview of current capabilities and clinical guidelines;
  16. Aesthetic phlebology: the ClaCS method (Cryo Laser & Cryo Sclerotherapy). On a direct video session from Brazil the pioneer of methodology Professor Kasuo Miyake;
  17. Augmented Reality - Veinviewer in aesthetic phlebology;
  18. World experience of microsclerotherapy;
  19. Photodocumentation in phlebology - how to make a good picture;
  20. Photodocumentation in phlebology - how to make a good picture;
  21. Possibilities of endovenous thermal methods - EVLT and RFA;
  22. Biochemistry, microbiology and immunology of vein resorption after EVLT - from two waves of chemotaxis and aseptic inflammation to apoptosis;
  23. Nuances of tumescent anesthesia;
  24. Endotermal heat-induced thrombosis (EHIT) – literature review, causes of development, how to avoid and how to treat;
  25. Non-thermal and non-tumescent methods in the treatment of saphenous veins (cyanoacrylate glue, mechanochemical ablation, foam sclerotherapy);
  26. Tributaries treatment: ambulatory phlebectomy and US-guided foam-form sclerotherapy - what to choose and how to perform;
  27. Perforating veins - when and how they should be treated, and should we treat them at all? Role of popliteal vein valve (gate-keeper);
  28. Recurrence / progression of varicose veins - causes of development and treatment options;
  29. Pathophysiology, diagnosis and ultrasound interpretation of venous thrombosis. Role of P selectin;
  30. The possibilities of computer and magnetic resonance tomography in phlebology;
  31. Phlebography and intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) - why, when and how;
  32. Deep and subcutaneous veins thrombosis treatment;
  33. Thrombolysis and other catheter methods in the treatment of deep veins thrombosis. Follow the ATTRACT study, critically evaluate the results;
  34. Cavafiltres - is there a place in clinical practice?
  35. Indications for venous stenting;
  36. Physiology of venous outflow in venous stenting;
  37. Improving of the results of venous stenting;
  38. Anticoagulation in patients with oncology;
  39. Pelvic venous congestion syndrome - diagnosis and treatment;
  40. Mei-Turner and Aorto-mesenteric compression (Nutcracker) syndromes - diagnostics and treatment;
  41. Upper aperture and Peget-Shreter Syndromes - diagnostics and treatment;
  42. Phlebologist professional standard;
  43. Russian Venous Registry - the possibilities and how to use it.

Master classes

  1. Ultrasound examination of the veins of the lower extremities from the venous hemodynamics point of view. Evaluation of reflux power (IRP) and venous decompensation (IVD) indices;
  2. Dynamic evaluation of the results of treatment of varicose veins with a 3D laser;
  3. Photo documentation of a patient with varicose veins of the lower extremities. Features of technology;
  4. Endovenous laser ablation;
  5. Radiofrequency ablation;
  6. US-guided foam-form sclerotherapy of the saphenous veins;
  7. US-guided foam-form sclerotherapy of the tributaries;
  8. Ambulatory phlebectomy;
  9. The new method of teleangioectasias and reticular veins treatment - ClaCS (Cryo Laser & Cryo Sclerotherapy). Streaming live from Brazil the pioneer of methodology Professor Kasuo Miyake;
  10. Microsclerotherapy with augmented reality (Veinviewer);
  11. Direct CT-venography by professors J.F.Uhl method;
  12. Thrombolysis as the deep vein thrombosis treatment.

2019 ACTIVITIES

A full cycle of lectures, round tables, instructions for users and live streaming with the most world renown speakers is already planned for October 2-4.

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