Summer is coming to an end and an exciting autumn now awaits for EVTM. Everyone has been working hard with the continued goal to share information on advanced methods for bleeding control and endovascular resuscitation, exchange of data, professional cooperation and education.
PanAm EVTM Denver 2019
EndoVascular resuscitation and Trauma Management is under continuous development. Between the 17th and 18th of November 2019, with an exciting format, the next PanAmerican EVTM Symposium will be held in Denver, Colorado.
Mark your calendar and make sure you don’t miss this unique event, the best place to discuss the latest updates and developments in the world of EVTM. The latest surgical, and hybrid endovascular techniques and technologies will be presented and debated, along with discussions of when these treatments are indicated or contraindicated, updates along with the latest data on clinical trials.
Hosted by Dr Chuck Fox (Vascular) and Dr Ernest E. Moore (Trauma), you can’t get more multidisciplinary than that! More information coming soon!
“No ego, just good science and cooperation!”
Several other upcoming events are also planned:
14th of September 2018 – EVTM/REBOA Workshop in Aarhus, Denmark
REBOA/EVTM Workshop for the Danish Military Health Service. The theory on vascular access, basic and advanced techniques regarding the use of REBOA and indications for its use will be discussed and later practiced during the practical workshop on both live tissue and models.
11th of October 2018 – EVTM/REBOA Symposium in Tel Aviv, Israel
A one day EVTM/REBOA Symposium will be held at the Tel Aviv University Medical School. Contact Simone Fajer for more information. Preliminary program.
6th – 7th of November 2018 – EVTM/REBOA Workshop in Paris, France
REBOA/EVTM Workshop for the French Military Health Service. More info to come.
29th – 30th of November 2018 – EVTM/REBOA Workshop in Örebro, Sweden
A combination of seminars, discussions and hands-on training on live tissue and models will be used, aimed at teaching endovascular resuscitation through endovascular access skills, REBOA, embolization, and other methods for hybrid bleeding control. For more info click here.
During the last EVTM Symposium in Örebro, Sweden, the first EVTM Society meeting took place to discuss how best to continue promoting optimal treatment and new methods for bleeding control in trauma and non-trauma patients, and state-of-the-art endovascular resuscitation. More information on what was discussed will be coming shortly. The EVTM Society is continuously open to those who want to join, contribute and be a part of this ongoing venture. More information on the society can be found on the appropriate link above.
In addition, the EVTM App, including the new REBOA Timer, was released for Android users, with an iPhone version coming soon. An alternative platform for communicating upcoming events, read JEVTM articles and Top Stent, listen to Podcasts, Tips & Tricks, Photos & Videos and discuss EVTM related issues with others through Open Forum.
EVTM has a very exciting future ahead with the continued goal to share information on advanced methods for bleeding control and endovascular resuscitation, exchange of data, professional cooperation and education.
The following sponsors have kindly contributed to making this groundbreaking symposium possible:
- Ziehm Imaging GmbH
- Getinge Nordic
- GE Healthcare Sverige
- Gore & Associates
- Reboa Medical AS
- Canon Medical Systems Sweden
- SE-BRA Scandinavia AB
- Boston Scientific
- Läkare Utan Gränser
For a full updated list, click here
We are proud to have the support of Örebro University Hospital and Örebro University!
The 2018 EVTM Symposium has been granted 22 European CME credits (ECMEC®s) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®). (Accreditation letter). Certificate will be given on request.