EVTM Workshop

Don’t miss the next EVTM workshop! Preliminary date November 2018 in Örebro, Sweden.
For details, please email: tal.horer@regionorebrolan.se

We will have dry workshops during the EVTM Symposium! Join during registration. Limited availability, still some places left. Register now!


Update 2018-03-26: First EVTM/REBOA Workshops in Brazil.
The first EVTM/REBOA workshops were performed in Brazil, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Great interest and attendance. More to come!



Update 2018-01-13: The First Scandinavian pre-hospital REBOA workshop.
28 doctors, mainly Anaestesists participated. Discussions and practical training on vascular access and REBOA as part of the EVTM concept. CPR REBOA, Bleeding REBOA, pREBOA, iREBOA and much more. Many new ideas on implementation of EVTM in the pre-hospital environment. Great success!

Örebro University Hospital presents the 1:st Nordic Pre-hospital REBOA Workshop
“Implementing the EVTM concept in the pre-hospital civilian field”
A practical hands-on REBOA workshop on live tissue designed for helicopter and ambulance personal.

The biannual EVTM workshops

Interested in joining the next workshop? For details, please email: tal.horer@regionorebrolan.se

The dates are not set yet but preliminary date is November 2018.

The biannual EVTM Workshops are great opportunities to learn about the latest developments within endovascular resuscitation, share and practice hands-on techniques on live tissue.


The ABOTrauma Registry

The ABOTrauma Registry captures data on the usage of REBOA in trauma. We have currently around 140 patients and are continuously collecting more data that will soon be published (1st publication done recently, with 2 year results). Discussed and debated during the workshops!

To join the ABOTrauma Registry, please e-mail us at: tal.horer@regionorebrolan.se


EVTM WORKSHOPS – biannually since 2014


The participants are usually very experience physicians with trauma interest (trauma, general, vascular, interventional radiology and ICU), but the workshop is individually tailored to the level of the participants. It is built to create discussions and cooperation for mutual learning.

We will spend some time on basic techniques, substantial time on REBOA and basic embolization and some extra time on advanced and super advanced methods for hybrid bleeding control. A new term is rising and will be discussed and used during the workshop- ENDOVASCULAR RESUCITAION.

Some new issues as partial REBOA or “Permissive REBOA” will be practiced on live tissue with on-line monitoring, bleeding control in-vivo and more. We will also train intermittent REBOA (iREBOA) and total REBOA (tREBOA) as well as consider pre-hospital REBOA issues and ICU aspects. We have some new data to present on CPR REBOA and military REBOA cases.

The workshops are constructed to fit individual level and interest, from basic to super advanced methods. At the end of the workshop, participants are expected to have enough basic training in REBOA and other EVTM techniques to take them into trauma practice, with the limitations of country/region etc. REBOA is now performed in several centers around the world after taking part in this workshop.

We would like to thank our friends from the industry for their generous support!

Want to build an EVTM program / REBOA program in your hospital? We can help you establish it! Contact us for more details.

Responsibility declaration:
This unique platform brings state of the art trauma/bleeding control practice as known from daily practice and literature by top experts. We strictly follow the Swedish and European medical and governmental guidelines and laws. The EVTM faculty and the dept. of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery as well as dept. of Surgery at Örebro University Hospital takes no responsibility for the implementation of this knowledge, it is the sole responsibility of the participants.

We have conducted more than 60 workshops on endovascular techniques, trauma and surgical workshops in our facilities in the last decade, continuing the pioneering work of Dr. Larzon and the vascular team.

Thank you all who have made these workshops so great; the participants, the staff and our partners from the industry!