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Program

1 - Live case 

Endovascular transfemoral / transpopliteal performed venous thrombectomy using the 8 F Aspirex catheter system

Patient with acute and highly symptomatic proximal (iliac) deep vein thrombosis

Optional use of intravascular ultrasound

Optional use of local lysis therapy

Optional use of iliac vein stent implantation

2 - Questions and Answer

During the live you will be able to send your questions to the operators in the chat box.

 

Product description

One device for many indications

Highly efficient thrombectomy in acute occlusions

  • Veins
  • Arteries
  • Dialysis access

Three functions in one device

Aspiration of fresh thrombus and emboli 
Fragmentation of aspirated material
Transportation out of the patient`s body

Aspirex®S Catheter-Sets

REF 80226 SET Aspirex®S 6F 110cm
REF 80227 SET Aspirex®S 6F 135cm
REF 80229 SET Aspirex®S 8F 85cm
REF 80230 SET Aspirex®S 8F 110cm
REF 80232 SET Aspirex®S 10F 110cm

Set including guidewire sterile drapes and collecting bag.

http://www.straubmedical.com/aspirexs_en.html

 

Live session produced in collaboration with

 

 

Shooting date : 2013-11-12
Last update : 2021-06-09

Aspirex® S / Straub Medical

Mechanical Thrombectomy in acute venous occlusions. Finish your patient on the table and avoid lysis.

Suggestions

April 2013
Honolulu : Sunday, April 7th 2013 from 09pm to 10pm (GMT-10)
San Francisco : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 12am to 01am (GMT-7)
New York : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 03am to 04am (GMT-4)
Buenos Aires : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 04am to 05am (GMT-3)
Reykjavik : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 07am to 08am (GMT)
London / Dublin : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 08am to 09am (GMT+1)
Paris / Berlin : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 09am to 10am (GMT+2)
Istanbul : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 10am to 11am (GMT+3)
Moscou / Dubaï : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 11am to 12pm (GMT+4)
Bangkok : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 02pm to 03pm (GMT+7)
Shanghai : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 03pm to 04pm (GMT+8)
Tokyo : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 04pm to 05pm (GMT+9)
Sydney : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 06pm to 07pm (GMT+11)
Wellington : Monday, April 8th 2013 from 08pm to 09pm (GMT+13)

Endovascular Electronic Education : Discussions on recorded cases of CLI / BTK

Live from 35 th Charing Cross Symposium (London): ILEGx Collaboration Day

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Friday, October 13th 2017 from 12:30pm to 02pm (GMT+2)
Honolulu : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 12:30am to 02am (GMT-10)
San Francisco : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 03:30am to 05am (GMT-7)
New York : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 06:30am to 08am (GMT-4)
Buenos Aires : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 07:30am to 09am (GMT-3)
Reykjavik : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 10:30am to 12pm (GMT)
London / Dublin : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 11:30am to 01pm (GMT+1)
Paris / Berlin : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 12:30pm to 02pm (GMT+2)
Istanbul : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 01:30pm to 03pm (GMT+3)
Moscou / Dubaï : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 02:30pm to 04pm (GMT+4)
Bangkok : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 05:30pm to 07pm (GMT+7)
Shanghai : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 06:30pm to 08pm (GMT+8)
Tokyo : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 07:30pm to 09pm (GMT+9)
Sydney : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 09:30pm to 11pm (GMT+11)
Wellington : Friday, October 13th 2017 from 11:30pm to 01am (GMT+13)

Interventional treatment of venous thrombosis

from acute DVT to post-thrombotic lesions

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Left iliac venous occlusion

Dr Black, Dr De Graaf, Dr Hartung & Dr O'Sullivan

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